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BRITAIN/
RTR2WJYV
January 20, 2012
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Antrim, United Kingdom
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy, in Antrim January 20, 2012. British Army sappers Patrick Azimkar, 21, from London, and Mark Quinsey, 23, from Birmingham, were ambushed by gunmen from the dissident republican Real IRA outside the Massereene barracks in Antrim on March 7, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN/
RTR2WJYQ
January 20, 2012
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Antrim, United Kingdom
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy, in Antrim January 20, 2012. British Army sappers Patrick Azimkar, 21, from London, and Mark Quinsey, 23, from Birmingham, were ambushed by gunmen from the dissident republican Real IRA outside the Massereene barracks in Antrim on March 7, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN/
RTR2WJYO
January 20, 2012
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Antrim, United Kingdom
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy, in Antrim January 20, 2012. British Army sappers Patrick Azimkar, 21, from London, and Mark Quinsey, 23, from Birmingham, were ambushed by gunmen from the dissident republican Real IRA outside the Massereene barracks in Antrim on March 7, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN/
RTR2WJYN
January 20, 2012
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Antrim, United Kingdom
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy,...
Brian Shivers arrives at Antrim Courthouse, where he is on trial for murder with co-accused Colin Duffy, in Antrim January 20, 2012. British Army sappers Patrick Azimkar, 21, from London, and Mark Quinsey, 23, from Birmingham, were ambushed by gunmen from the dissident republican Real IRA outside the Massereene barracks in Antrim on March 7, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2SYKQ
October 21, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell poses for the media during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell poses for the media during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell poses for the media during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2SYKP
October 21, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2SYKA
October 21, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2SYK7
October 21, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell shows his handcuffs during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell shows his handcuffs during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell shows his handcuffs during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2SYK1
October 21, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell poses for the media during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell poses for the media during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell poses for the media during his trial in Vilnius October 21, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2MUZI
May 25, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius May 25, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2MUZH
May 25, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell speaks during his trial in Vilnius May 25, 2011. Campbell was detained...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell speaks during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell speaks during his trial in Vilnius May 25, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2MUZG
May 25, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius May 25, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTR2MUZC
May 25, 2011
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (R) is escorted to court in Vilnius May 25, 2011. Campbell was detained...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell is escorted to court in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (R) is escorted to court in Vilnius May 25, 2011. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LITHUANIA/
RTXPDVZ
October 07, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Campbell listens to his lawyer Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius October 7, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the RealIRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
LITHUANIA/
RTXPDVX
October 07, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Campbell listens to his lawyer Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius October 7, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the RealIRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
LITHUANIA/
RTXPDVW
October 07, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Campbell listens to his lawyer Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell (L) listens to his lawyer Ingrida Botyriene during his trial in Vilnius October 7, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the RealIRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LITHUANIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
LATVIA/
RTR26YOG
August 21, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Stringer (LITHUANIA HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
LATVIA/
RTR26YOE
August 21, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Stringer (LITHUANIA HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
LATVIA/
RTR26YOD
August 21, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Stringer (LITHUANIA HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
LATVIA/
RTR26YO4
August 21, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Stringer (LITHUANIA HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
LATVIA/
RTR26YO0
August 21, 2009
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell...
Vilnius, Lithuania
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius
Irish citizen Michael Campbell listens to his lawyers during his trial in Vilnius August 21, 2009. Campbell was detained in Vilnius in January 2008 on charges of buying a large amount of ammunition and firearms for a splinter group of the Real IRA, led by Campbell's brother Liam Campbell. REUTERS/Stringer (LITHUANIA CRIME LAW)
IRISH-IRA/
RTXDYCL
April 13, 2009
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern...
United Kingdom
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern...
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland, April 13, 2009. The Real IRA, a splinter paramilitary group of the Irish Republican Army, have claimed responsibility for the murders of two soldiers at an Army Barracks in Antrim last month. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT POLITICS HEADSHOT)
IRISH-IRA/
RTXDYCI
April 13, 2009
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern...
United Kingdom
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland
A member of the Real IRA reads a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland, April 13, 2009. The Real IRA, a splinter paramilitary group of the Irish Republican Army, have claimed responsibility for the murders of two soldiers at an Army Barracks in Antrim last month. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT POLITICS HEADSHOT)
IRISH-IRA/
RTXDYCA
April 13, 2009
A member of the Real IRA (3rd L) is applauded as he makes his way through the crowd to read a statement...
United Kingdom
A member of the Real IRA is applauded in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland
A member of the Real IRA (3rd L) is applauded as he makes his way through the crowd to read a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland, April 13, 2009. The Real IRA, a splinter paramilitary group of the Irish Republican Army, have claimed responsibility for the murders of two soldiers at an Army Barracks in Antrim last month. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRISH-IRA/
RTXDYC5
April 13, 2009
A member of the Real IRA is applauded as he makes his way through the crowd to read a statement at a...
United Kingdom
A member of the Real IRA is applauded in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland
A member of the Real IRA is applauded as he makes his way through the crowd to read a statement at a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland, April 13 2009. The Real IRA, a splinter paramilitary group of the Irish Republican Army, have claimed responsibility for the murders of two soldiers at an Army Barracks in Antrim last month. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRISH-IRA/
RTXDYBY
April 13, 2009
A masked youth holds petrol bombs as he stands near a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry,...
United Kingdom
A masked youth holds petrol bombs in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland
A masked youth holds petrol bombs as he stands near a Republican memorial in the Creggan area of Derry, Northern Ireland, where a member of the Real IRA was reading a statement, April 13 2009. The Real IRA, a splinter paramilitary group of the Irish Republican Army, have claimed responsibility for the murders of two soldiers at an Army Barracks in Antrim last month. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND CONFLICT POLITICS)
RTR298QM
March 10, 2009
IRISH-ATTACK/TIMELINE - Map of the UK locating violence blamed by the Real IRA. With profile of the Republican...
IRISH-ATTACK/TIMELINE T
IRISH-ATTACK/TIMELINE - Map of the UK locating violence blamed by the Real IRA. With profile of the Republican splinter group. RNGS. (SIN02)
SPAIN
RTR1D5GW
May 07, 2006
This combination of two undated handout photos released by Spanish police on May 7, 2006 shows suspected...
Madrid, Spain
Combination of two undated handout photos shows two suspected members of Real IRA
This combination of two undated handout photos released by Spanish police on May 7, 2006 shows suspected members of the Real IRA Aaron William (L) and Thomas Philip. Spanish police said on Sunday they had arrested two suspected members of armed Irish republican band, the Real IRA, for running a tobacco smuggling operation used to finance the dissident group. Police arrested Northern Irishmen Philip and William in the southern coastal city of Malaga and seized nearly half a million packets of cigarettes worth more than 1 million euros ($1.27 million) in Spain. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Spanish Police/Handout
IRISH
RTRMT2J
February 09, 2005
Anthony Joseph Donegan with his head under a jumper is escorted by Police officers out of Enniskillen...
Enniskillen, UK
Anthony Joseph Donegan with his head under a jumper is escorted by Police officers out of Enniskillen...
Anthony Joseph Donegan with his head under a jumper is escorted by Police officers out of Enniskillen Magistrates Court, Northern Ireland. Anthony Joseph Donegan, with his head under a jumper, is driven away by police officers out of Enniskillen Magistrates Court, Northern Ireland, February 9, 2005. Donegan appeared before a Northern Ireland court on Wednesday, charged with supplying the car used in the bloodiest bomb attack in three decades of violence in the British-ruled province. Donegan is accused of providing the vehicle in which the Real IRA guerrilla group hid a 500lb (225kg) bomb which exploded with devastating effect in the market town of Omagh in August 1998. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
IRISH OMAGH
RTRMS04
February 09, 2005
Laurence Rush who lost his wife Libby in the Omagh Bombing watches the police escort Donegan out of court...
Enniskillen, UK
Laurence Rush who lost his wife Libby in the Omagh Bombing watches the police escort Donegan out of ......
Laurence Rush who lost his wife Libby in the Omagh Bombing watches the police escort Donegan out of court in Northern Ireland. Laurence Rush who lost his wife Libby in the Omagh Bombing watches the police drive Anthony Donegan out of Enniskillen Magistrates Court, Northern Ireland, February 9, 2005. Donegan appeared before a Northern Ireland court on Wednesday, charged with supplying the car used in the bloodiest bomb attack in three decades of violence in the British-ruled province. Donegan is accused of providing the vehicle in which the Real IRA guerrilla group hid a 500lb (225kg) bomb which exploded with devastating effect in the market town of Omagh in August 1998. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
LYNESS
RTXN84L
February 08, 2005
Liam Lyness, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership,...
Ballymena, UK
Liam Lyness, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membersh.....
Liam Lyness, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. [Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005.]
O NEILL
RTXN84K
February 08, 2005
Pearse O'Neill, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership,...
Ballymena, UK
Pearse O'Neill, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membe.....
Pearse O'Neill, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. [Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005.]
LEE
RTXN84J
February 08, 2005
Anthony Lee, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership,...
Ballymena, UK
Anthony Lee, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membersh.....
Anthony Lee, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005.
SMYLIE
RTXN84I
February 08, 2005
Christopher Smylie, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership,...
Ballymena, UK
Christopher Smylie, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA m.....
Christopher Smylie, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, gestures as he is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. [Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005.]
BRITAIN
RTRMPIY
February 08, 2005
Christopher Smylie charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted...
Ballymena, UK
Christopher Smylie charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted...
Christopher Smylie charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from Ballymena Court. Christopher Smylie, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, gestures as he is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
BRITAIN
RTRMPIS
February 08, 2005
Anthony Lee charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from Ballymena...
Ballymena, UK
Anthony Lee charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from ......
Anthony Lee charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from Ballymena Court. Anthony Lee, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
BRITIAN IRELAND
RTRMPI3
February 08, 2005
Liam Lyness charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from Ballymena...
Ballymena, UK
Liam Lyness charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from ......
Liam Lyness charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from Ballymena Court. Liam Lyness, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
BRITAIN
RTRMPHW
February 08, 2005
Pearse O'Neill charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from...
Ballymena, UK
Pearse O'Neill charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from...
Pearse O'Neill charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership is escorted from Ballymena Court. Pearse O'Neill, one of five people charged with possession of incendiary devices and Real IRA membership, is escorted from Ballymena Court, County Antrim, February 8, 2005. Four men and one woman were arrested after police found three firebombs in a house in Ballymena on February 5, 2005. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
IRISH AHERN
RTRD4IG
February 19, 2004
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern lays a wreath at the Omagh Bomb Memorial Garden during a short visit...
Omagh, United Kingdom of Great Britain
IRISH PRIME MINISTER BERTIE AHERN LAYS A WREATH AT THE OMAGH BOMB MEMORIAL GARDEN.
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern lays a wreath at the Omagh Bomb Memorial Garden during a short visit to the Northern Ireland town February 19, 2004. Omagh was the scene of the province's bloodiest single guerrilla attack when the Real IRA splinter group killed 29 people in a car bomb attack in 1998. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/JB
IRISH MCKEVITT
RTR1D1C
August 06, 2003
Lawrence Rush, who lost his wife Elizabeth in the Omagh bombing, leaves
a Dublin court after Michael...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
LAWRENCE RUSH LEAVES COURT AFTER MCKEVITT GUILTY VERDICT IN DUBLIN.
Lawrence Rush, who lost his wife Elizabeth in the Omagh bombing, leaves
a Dublin court after Michael McKevitt, leader of the Real IRA renegade
guerrilla group, was found guilty of directing terrorism August 6,
2003. McKevitt could face life in jail after becoming the first person
in Ireland to be convicted of directing terrorism, a charge introduced
after the group's bombing of Omagh in 1998 which killed 29 people and
wounded hundreds. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM
IRISH MCKEVITT
RTR1D17
August 06, 2003
Lawrence Rush, who lost his wife Elizabeth in the Omagh bombing, leaves
a Dublin court after Michael...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
LAWRENCE RUSH LEAVES COURT AFTER MCKEVITT GUILTY VERDICT IN DUBLIN.
Lawrence Rush, who lost his wife Elizabeth in the Omagh bombing, leaves
a Dublin court after Michael McKevitt, leader of the Real IRA renegade
guerrilla group, was found guilty of directing terrorism August 6,
2003. McKevitt could face life in jail after becoming the first person
in Ireland to be convicted of directing terrorism, a charge introduced
after the group's bombing of Omagh in 1998 which killed 29 people and
wounded hundreds. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM
IRISH MCKEVITT
RTR1D12
August 06, 2003
Lawrence Rush, who lost his wife Elizabeth in the Omagh bombing, leaves
a Dublin court after Michael...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
LAWRENCE RUSH LEAVES COURT AFTER MCKEVITT GUILTY VERDICT IN DUBLIN.
Lawrence Rush, who lost his wife Elizabeth in the Omagh bombing, leaves
a Dublin court after Michael McKevitt, leader of the Real IRA renegade
guerrilla group, was found guilty of directing terrorism August 6,
2003. McKevitt could face life in jail after becoming the first person
in Ireland to be convicted of directing terrorism, a charge introduced
after the group's bombing of Omagh in 1998 which killed 29 people and
wounded hundreds..REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM
IRISH MCKEVITT
RTR1CYC
August 06, 2003
Relatives of Omagh bomb victims, Victor Barker (L), father of James and
Clare Radford (C), sister of...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
RELATIVES OF OMAGH BOMB VICTIMS SPEAK AFTER MCKEVITT GUILTY VERDICT IN
DUBLIN.
Relatives of Omagh bomb victims, Victor Barker (L), father of James and
Clare Radford (C), sister of Alan, listen to Michael Gallagher, who
lost his son Aidan, talking to reporters after Michael McKevitt, leader
of the Real IRA renegade guerrilla group was found guilty of directing
terrorism at a Dublin court August 6, 2003. McKevitt could face life in
jail after becoming the first person in Ireland to be convicted of
directing terrorism, a charge introduced after the group's bombing of
Omagh in 1998 which killed 29 people and wounded hundreds. REUTERS/Paul
McErlane

PM
MCKEWITT
RTXM1QM
June 18, 2003
Bernadette Sands McKevitt, wife of alleged dissident republican [Michael] McKevitt and sister of late...
Dublin, Ireland
Bernadette Sands McKevitt, wife of alleged dissident republican [Michael] McKevitt and sister of lat.....
Bernadette Sands McKevitt, wife of alleged dissident republican [Michael] McKevitt and sister of late republican hunger striker [Bobby] Sands, arrives at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin, June 18, 2003. McKevitt, alleged to be the leader of the Real IRA, is the first person to appear at Dublin's Special Criminal Court charged with directing terrorism, one of a range of measures introduced by the Irish Government in the wake of the Omagh bombing in 1998. The 53-year-old faces a possible life sentence if he is eventually found guilty.
NORTHERN IRELAND BRITAIN
RTRPH36
June 18, 2003
Bernadette Sands McKevitt, wife of alleged dissident republican Michael
McKevitt and sister of late...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
BERNADETTE SANDS MCKEVITT AT SPECIAL CRIMINAL COURT IN
DUBLIN.
Bernadette Sands McKevitt, wife of alleged dissident republican Michael
McKevitt and sister of late republican hunger striker Bobby Sands, arrives
at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin, June 18, 2003. McKevitt, alleged to
be the leader of the Real IRA, is the first person to appear at Dublin's
Special Criminal Court charged with directing terrorism, one of a range of
measures introduced by the Irish Government in the wake of the Omagh bombing
in 1998. The 53-year-old faces a possible life sentence if he is eventually
found guilty. PP03060077 REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM/ASA
NORTHERN IRELAND BRITAIN
RTRPH2X
June 18, 2003
Bernadette Sands McKevitt, wife of alleged dissident republican Michael
McKevitt and sister of late...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
BERNADETTE SANDS MCKEVITT AT SPECIAL CRIMINAL COURT IN DUBLIN.
Bernadette Sands McKevitt, wife of alleged dissident republican Michael
McKevitt and sister of late republican hunger striker Bobby Sands,
arrives at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin, June 18, 2003.
McKevitt, alleged to be the leader of the Real IRA, is the first person
to appear at Dublin's Special Criminal Court charged with directing
terrorism, one of a range of measures introduced by the Irish
Government in the wake of the Omagh bombing in 1998. The 53-year-old
faces a possible life sentence if he is eventually found guilty.
REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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IRISH SPY INSIGHT
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May 12, 2003
New graffitti is seen on a side street off the Falls Road relating to
Real IRA man Joe O'Connor who...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
NEW GRAFFITTI IS SEEN ON WEST BELFAST WALL AS BRITISH DOUBLE-AGENT IS
UNMASKED IN NORTHERN IRELAND.
New graffitti is seen on a side street off the Falls Road relating to
Real IRA man Joe O'Connor who was shot dead in 2000, after a British
double-agent was unmasked in Belfast, Northern Ireland, May 12, 2003.
The agent, codenamed "Stakeknife", who penetrated to the heart of the
IRA guerilla army, was paid 80,000 pounds ($128,000) a year by Britain
and is suspected of killing 40 people in operations authorised by his
handlers. His name was printed in at least four newspapers over the
weekend. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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CRIME IRISH BOMB
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January 22, 2003
A file photograph dated March 4, 2001, shows police officers removing
vehicles damaged by the car bomb...
London, UK
FILE PHOTO OF POLICE REMOVING VEHICLES FROM SCENE NEAR BBC BOMB
EXPLOSION IN LONDON.
A file photograph dated March 4, 2001, shows police officers removing
vehicles damaged by the car bomb that exploded outside BBC television
studios in west London. Two Irish men admitted on January 22, 2003, to
being part of a Real IRA bombing campaign in Britain which included the
massive car bomb outside the BBC headquarters. REUTERS/Jonathan Evans

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IRELAND
RTRCESS
October 20, 2002
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern smiles after laying a wreath at a
ceremony at Bodenstown cemetery...
Dublin, UK
IRISH PRIME MINISTER BERTIE AHERN SMILES AFTER LAYING WREATH AT
CEREMONY IN BODENSTOWN CEMETERY.
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern smiles after laying a wreath at a
ceremony at Bodenstown cemetery October 20, 2002. Members of the Real
IRA, a guerrilla band which carried out the bloodiest attack of the
Northern Ireland conflict, say the group is breaking up due to
corruption in its leadership, a newspaper reported on Sunday.
REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

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IRELAND
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October 20, 2002
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern lays a wreath at a ceremony at
Bodenstown cemetery October 20, 2002....
Dublin, UK
IRISH PRIME MINISTER AHERN LAYS WREATH AT CEREMONY AT BODENSTOWN
CEMETERY.
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern lays a wreath at a ceremony at
Bodenstown cemetery October 20, 2002. Members of the Real IRA, a
guerrilla band which carried out the bloodiest attack of the Northern
Ireland conflict, say the group is breaking up due to corruption in its
leadership, a newspaper reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

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ROYALS
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May 14, 2002
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) and Prince Philip pause during their tour around Market street in Omagh,...
Omagh, NORTHERN IRELAND
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) and Prince Philip pause during their tour around Market street in O.....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) and Prince Philip pause during their tour around Market street in Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, May 14, 2002. [Market Street was the site of a Real IRA bombing in August 1998 which claimed 29 lives, the largest single loss of life during the troubles.]
BRITAIN
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May 14, 2002
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN...
Omagh, UK
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN...
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN IRELAND.


Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) and Prince Philip pause during their tour
around Market street in Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, May 14,
2002. Market Street was the site of a Real IRA bombing in August 1998
which claimed 29 lives, the largest single loss of life during the
troubles. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
BRITAIN
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May 14, 2002
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN...
Omagh, UK
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN...
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN IRELAND.


Northern Ireland's Secretary of State Dr John Reid (L) shows Britain's
Queen Elizabeth (C) and Prince Philip around Market street in Omagh,
County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, May 14, 2002. Market Street was the
site of a Real IRA bombing in August 1998 which claimed 29 lives, the
largest single loss of life during the troubles. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
BRITAIN
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May 14, 2002
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN...
Omagh, UK
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN...
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND PRINCE PHILIP LOOK AROUND OMAGH BOMB SCENE DURING
GOLDEN JUBILEE VISIT TO NORTHERN IRELAND.


Northern Ireland's Secretary of State Dr John Reid (2L) shows Britain's
Queen Elizabeth (C) and Prince Philip (2R) around Market street in
Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, May 14, 2002. Market Street was
the site of a Real IRA bombing in August 1998 which claimed 29 lives,
the largest single loss of life during the troubles. REUTERS/Paul
McErlane
BRITAIN IRA
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May 07, 2002
Undated police handout photo of (L to R) Michael McDonald, Fintan
O'Farrell and Declan Rafferty, the...
London, UK
REAL IRA TRIO SENTENCED TO THIRTY YEARS BY BRITAIN.
Undated police handout photo of (L to R) Michael McDonald, Fintan
O'Farrell and Declan Rafferty, the three Irish Republican's were
sentenced to thirty years May 7, 2002. They were arrested in Slovakia
in an elaborate sting operation by British agents after trying to buy
arms last July. REUTERS/Hand Out

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BRITAIN IRA
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May 07, 2002
Undated police handout photo of Michael McDonald, one of three Irish
Republican's who were today, May...
London, UK
REAL IRA TRIO SENTENCED TO THIRTY YEARS BY BRITAIN.
Undated police handout photo of Michael McDonald, one of three Irish
Republican's who were today, May 7, 2002, sentenced to thirty years.
They were arrested in Slovakia in an elaborate sting operation by
British agents after trying to buy arms last July. REUTERS/Hand Out

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BRITAIN IRA
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May 07, 2002
Undated police handout photo of Fintan O'Farrell, one of three Irish
Republican's who were today, May...
London, UK
REAL IRA TRIO SENTENCED TO THIRTY YEARS BY BRITAIN.
Undated police handout photo of Fintan O'Farrell, one of three Irish
Republican's who were today, May 7, 2002, sentenced to thirty years.
They were arrested in Slovakia in an elaborate sting operation by
British agents after trying to buy arms last July. REUTERS/Hand Out

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BRITAIN IRA
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May 07, 2002
Undated police handout photo of Declan Rafferty, one of three Irish
Republican's who were today, May...
London, UK
REAL IRA TRIO SENTENCED TO THIRTY YEARS BY BRITAIN.
Undated police handout photo of Declan Rafferty, one of three Irish
Republican's who were today, May 7, 2002, sentenced to thirty years.
They were arrested in Slovakia in an elaborate sting operation by
British agents after trying to buy arms last July. REUTERS/Hand Out

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IRISH
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February 20, 2002
Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Chief Constable Sir Ronnie
Flanagan speaks to the media during...
Dublin, UK
POLICE SERVICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND CHIEF SIR RONNIE FLANAGAN SPEAKS TO
THE MEDIA IN DUBLIN.
Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Chief Constable Sir Ronnie
Flanagan speaks to the media during a visit to Garda Headquarters in
Dublin, February 20, 2002. Flanaghan, who is due to retire at the end
of the month, was on Tuesday named by the British Home Office as an
inspector for the British constabulary, an appointment which has futher
angered relatives of the Omagh bomb victims who are dissatisfied with
the investigation he led into the bombing by the Real IRA in 1998.
REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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IRELAND
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February 20, 2002
Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Chief Constable Sir Ronnie
Flanagan speaks to the media during...
Dublin, UK
POLICE SERVICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND CHIEF SIR RONNIE FLANAGAN SPEAKS TO
THE MEDIA IN DUBLIN.
Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Chief Constable Sir Ronnie
Flanagan speaks to the media during a visit to Garda Headquarters in
Dublin, February 20, 2002. Flanagan, who is due to retire at the end of
the month, was on Tuesday named by the British Home Office as an
inspector for the British constabulary, an appointment which has
further angered relatives of the Omagh bomb victims who are
dissatisfied with the investigation he led into the bombing by the Real
IRA in 1998. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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