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IRISH
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December 08, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley holds up a copy of a Belfast newspaper with the headline...
Belfast, UK
DUP leader Ian Paisley holds newspaper in east Belfast.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley holds up a copy of a Belfast newspaper with the headline 'Provos Say No', referring to the Provisional Irish Republican Army, in east Belfast, December 8, 2004. A major push to seal a political settlement for the turbulent British province of Northern Ireland stalled at the last moment on Wednesday over demands for photographic evidence of IRA guerrillas scrapping their arms. Protestant leaders led by Paisley are demanding the Catholic insurgents allow proof of disarmament to show "repentance" for three decades of conflict. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/CRB
BRITAIN IRELAND
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December 08, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley arrives waving a copy of the Belfast Newsletter with the...
Belfast, UK
DUP leader Ian Paisley arrives for meeting with General de Chastelain in Belfast.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley arrives waving a copy of the Belfast Newsletter with the headline 'Provos Say No' - provos referring to the Provisional Irish Republican Army - for his meeting with retired Canadian General John de Chastelain, the head of Northern Ireland's independent disarmament body, in east Belfast, December 8, 2004. A major push to seal a political settlement for the turbulent British province of Northern Ireland stalled at the last moment on Wednesday over demands for photographic evidence of IRA guerrillas scrapping their arms. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/CRB
IRISH FUGITIVE
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October 13, 2004
Suspected Irish Republican Army fugitive, Michael Rogan (C), peers from a car while police attempt to...
Madrid, Spain
Suspected Irish Republican Army fugitive Michael Rogan is driven in to Spain's High Court.
Suspected Irish Republican Army fugitive, Michael Rogan (C), peers from a car while police attempt to hide their faces as he is driven in to Spain's High Court in Madrid October 13, 2004. Rogan, wanted in connection with a 1996 bomb attack on a British base in Northern Ireland, was arrested on the Spanish island of Tenerife after seven years on the run, police said on Wednesday. Rogan, one of the so-called "on the runs" whose future has been a contentious issue in Northern Ireland peace talks, was picked up by police in the resort of Playa de las Americas in Tenerife on Monday. A statement from Spain's Interior Ministry said Rogan was "an important member of the Provisional IRA ... wanted for his part in two successive bomb explosions close to Thiepval Barracks on October 7, 1996". REUTERS/Andrea Comas PH/ACM
IRISH FUGITIVE
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October 13, 2004
Suspected Irish Republican Army fugitive, Michael Rogan (R) peers from a car as he is driven in to Spain's...
Madrid, Spain
Suspected Irish Republican Army fugitive Michael Rogan is driven in to Spain's High Court.
Suspected Irish Republican Army fugitive, Michael Rogan (R) peers from a car as he is driven in to Spain's High Court in Madrid October 13, 2004. Rogan, wanted in connection with a 1996 bomb attack on a British base in Northern Ireland, was arrested on the Spanish island of Tenerife after seven years on the run, police said on Wednesday. Rogan, one of the so-called "on the runs" whose future has been a contentious issue in Northern Ireland peace talks, was picked up by police in the resort of Playa de las Americas in Tenerife on Monday. A statement from Spain's Interior Ministry said Rogan was "an important member of the Provisional IRA ... wanted for his part in two successive bomb explosions close to Thiepval Barracks on October 7, 1996". REUTERS/Andrea Comas PH/AA
IRISH
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June 07, 2000
FILE PHOTO 2JUN00 - Relatives and friends of Ed McCoy carry his coffin from St Agnes Parish Church, Andersonstown...
Belfast, UK
ED MCCOYS COFFIN IS CARRIED INTO CHURCH IN ANDERSONSTOWN.
FILE PHOTO 2JUN00 - Relatives and friends of Ed McCoy carry his coffin from St Agnes Parish Church, Andersonstown in West Belfast, June 2. Northern Ireland Secretary of State Peter Mandelson warned, June 7, that if any evidence was found to implicate the provisional IRA in McCoy's murder, it could have a direct impact on the peace process and any further prisoner releases.

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