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BRITAIN IRELAND
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July 02, 2002
The convicted leader of the outlawed Ulster Freedom Fighters, Johnny
Adair is greeted by children on...
Belfast, UK
LOYALISTS JOHNNY ADAIR IS GREETED BY CHILDREN IN EAST BELFAST.
The convicted leader of the outlawed Ulster Freedom Fighters, Johnny
Adair is greeted by children on the Newtownards Road in East Belfast
following his meeting with the Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr
John Reid, Belfast, July 2, 2002. Adair was among a group of more than
20 loyalist who spent more than two hours with Reid, who stated that he
would work with loyalists if they wanted a peaceful and better Northern
Ireland. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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REID
RTXKU5Z
October 12, 2001
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr John Reid answers a reporters question during a press conference...
Hillsborough, UK
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr John Reid answers a reporters question during a press confere.....
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr John Reid answers a reporters question during a press conference at Hillsborough Castle, County Down, October 12, 2001. Reid blamed the Ulster Defence Association, Ulster Freedom Fighters and the Loyalist Volunteer Force for a surge in sectarian violence and said Britain no longer recognises the truces called by these "loyalist" groups.
BRITAIN IRISH
RTRO2T5
October 12, 2001
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr John Reid answers a reporters
question after declaring a end...
Hillsborough, UK
NORTHERN IRELAND SECRETARY OF STATE DECLARES END TO "LOYALISTS" TRUCE.
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr John Reid answers a reporters
question after declaring a end to 'Loyalists' ceasefires, during a
press conference at Hillsborough Castle, Co Down, October 12, 2001. Dr
John Reid blamed the Ulster Defence Association, Ulster Freedom
Fighters and the Loyalist Volunteer Force for a surge in sectarian
violence and said Britain no longer recognised the truces called by
them. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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BRITAIN IRISH
RTRO2SN
October 12, 2001
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr John Reid answers a reporters
question during a press conference...
Hillsborough, UK
NORTHERN IRELAND SECRETARY OF STATE DECLARES END TO "LOYALISTS" TRUCE.
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Dr John Reid answers a reporters
question during a press conference at Hillsborough Castle, County Down,
October 12, 2001. Reid blamed the Ulster Defence Association, Ulster
Freedom Fighters and the Loyalist Volunteer Force for a surge in
sectarian violence and said Britain no longer recognises the truces
called by these "loyalist" groups. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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NORTHERN IRELAND
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July 12, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before his men fired shots in the air...
Belfast, UK
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before his men fired shots in the air.....
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before his men fired shots in the air midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant marching season in Belfast, Northern Ireland, late July 11, 2001. Pro-British Protestants set traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXKMB8
July 12, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July",...
Belfast, UK
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of .....
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant "marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001. [Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690. ]
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXKMB6
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth...
Belfast, UK
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The .....
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant "marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001. [Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.]
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXKMB5
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth...
Belfast, UK
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The .....
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant "marching season" in Northern Ireland, Belfast, early July 12, 2001. [Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.]
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMSI
July 12, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS CLOSE TO BONFIRE IN LOYALISTS SHANKILL AREA OF
WEST BELFAST.
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the Protestant
"marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001.
Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12,
when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange
over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

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BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMSB
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS AT MIDNIGHT IN THE LOYALISTS' SHANKILL AREA OF
WEST BELFAST.
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the Protestant
"marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001.
Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12,
when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange
over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

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BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMS3
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS IN THE AIR IN THE SHANKILL AREA OF WEST BELFAST.
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the
Protestant "marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July
12, 2001. Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald
July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William
of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in
1690.

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BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMRV
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS IN THE AIR IN THE SHANKILL AREA OF WEST BELFAST.
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the
Protestant "marching season" in Northern Ireland, Belfast, early July
12, 2001. Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald
July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William
of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in
1690.

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BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMT5
July 11, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before
his men fired shots in the air...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A UFF GUNMAN DELIVERS A STATEMENT IN THE LOYALISTS' SHANKILL AREA OF
WEST BELFAST.
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before
his men fired shots in the air midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of
July", the climax of the Protestant marching season in Belfast,
Northern Ireland, late July 11, 2001. Pro-British Protestants set
traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to
commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King
James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

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NORTHERN  IRELAND
RTXKLVJ
July 08, 2001
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening protests in a field at Drumcree,...
Portadown, UK
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening protests in a field at Drumc.....
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening protests in a field at Drumcree, Portadown, Northern Ireland, July 8, 2001. Heavy British security and a massive steel barrier blocked Northern Ireland Protestants from entering a flashpoint Catholic area in Drumcree on Sunday, but marchers heeded an appeal for calm.
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKI8W
July 08, 2001
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening
protests in a field at Drumcree,...
Portadown, UK
LOYALISTS CARRYING A UFF FLAG PROTEST AT DRUMCREE IN NORTHERN IRELAND.
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening
protests in a field at Drumcree, Portadown, Northern Ireland, July 8,
2001. Heavy British security and a massive steel barrier blocked
Northern Ireland Protestants from entering a flashpoint Catholic area
in Drumcree on Sunday, but marchers heeded an appeal for calm.

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IRISH
RTRC4ME
December 18, 2000
Northern Irish forensic police experts examine the scene where the body of a man shot dead was found...
Belfast, UK
FORENSIC POLICE EXAMINE MURDER SCENE IN BELFAST.
Northern Irish forensic police experts examine the scene where the body of a man shot dead was found in the Ballysillian area of North Belfast Northern Ireland, December 18, 2000. The murder is thought to be connected to a dispute within the loyalist paramilitary Ulster Freedom Fighters and Ulster Defence Association.

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NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXK07Y
September 18, 2000
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching...
Belfast, UK
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searchi.....
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching the debris after the Loyalist Prisoners Aid office on Belfast's Shankill Road was partially destroyed in a bomb attack early September 18, 2000. The mortar bomb was found with other components and a collection of black balaclavas inside the office which provides aid for members of the Ulster Freedom Fighters and the Ulster Defence Association.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXK07X
September 18, 2000
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching...
Belfast, UK
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searchi.....
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching the debris after the Loyalist Prisoners Aid office on Belfast's Shankill Road was partially destroyed in a bomb attack early September 18, 2000. The mortar bomb was found with other components and a collection of black balaclavas inside the office which provides aid for members of the Ulster Freedom Fighters and the Ulster Defence Association.
IRISH
RTR8CS9
September 18, 2000
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching...
Belfast, UK
POLICE DISPLAY HOME MADE ORDNANCE FOUND INSIDE LOYALIST PRISONERS AID OFFICE.
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching the debris after the Loyalist Prisoners Aid office on Belfast's Shankill Road was partially destroyed in a bomb attack early September 18, 2000. The mortar bomb was found with other components and a collection of black balaclavas inside the office which provides aid for members of the Ulster Freedom Fighters and the Ulster Defence Association.

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IRISH
RTR8CRR
September 18, 2000
The RUC display a collection of componenets for home made mortars which were found by police searching...
Belfast, UK
POLICE DISPLAY HOME MADE ORDNANCE FOUND INSIDE LOYALIST PRISONERS AID OFFICE.
The RUC display a collection of componenets for home made mortars which were found by police searching the debris after the Loyalist Prisoners Aid office on Belfast's Shankill Road was partially destroyed in a bomb attack early September 18, 2000. The mortar bombs was found with a number of black balaclavas inside the office which provides aid for members of the Ulster Freedom Fighters and the Ulster Defence Association.

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IRISH
RTR8CQH
September 18, 2000
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching...
Belfast, UK
POLICE DISPLAY HOME MADE ORDNANCE FOUND INSIDE LOYALIST PRISONERS AID OFFICE.
A Royal Ulster Constabulary officer holds a home made mortar bomb, which was found by police searching the debris after the Loyalist Prisoners Aid office on Belfast's Shankill Road was partially destroyed in a bomb attack early September 18, 2000. The mortar bomb was found with other components and a collection of black balaclavas inside the office which provides aid for members of the Ulster Freedom Fighters and the Ulster Defence Association.

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IRISH
RTR7HYW
August 22, 2000
A British soldier patrols past a loyalist mural supporting the Ulster Volunteer Force and the Ulster...
Belfast, UK
A BRITISH SOLDIER PATROLS PAST LOYALIST GRAFFITTI IN WEST BELFAST.
A British soldier patrols past a loyalist mural supporting the Ulster Volunteer Force and the Ulster Freedom Fighters in the Shankill area of West Belfast, August 22, 2000. Troops have been deployed on the streets of the area to restore an uneasy peace in a feud protestant guerilla groups which has left two men dead in seaparate shooting attacks.

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IRISH
RTR5XA4
July 03, 2000
British soldiers watch as Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) members attempt to walk down the Garvachy road...
Glasgow, UK
BRITISH SOLDIERS WATCH AS UFF MEMBERS WALK DOWN THE GARVACHY ROAD.
British soldiers watch as Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) members attempt to walk down the Garvachy road to show their support for the orange men at Drumcree July 3.Tensions are runnning high within the Loyalist community following the Northern Ireland's Parades Commission ruling in stopping of the Orangemen from entering the nationalists Garvaghy Road.

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NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXJQWD
May 15, 2000
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16....
Belfast, UK
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 1.....
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist graffiti was appearing in the town as [Former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African National Congress Cyril Ramaphosa] arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXJQW9
May 15, 2000
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16....
Belfast, UK
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 1.....
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist graffiti was appearing in the town as [Former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African National Congress Cyril Ramaphosa] arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXJQW5
May 15, 2000
A woman carries her shopping past a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast,...
Belfast, UK
A woman carries her shopping past a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West .....
A woman carries her shopping past a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist graffiti was appearing in the town as Former [Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African National Congress Cyril Ramaphosa ]arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXJQW2
May 15, 2000
Two boys play with a wheelbarrow under a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West...
Belfast, UK
Two boys play with a wheelbarrow under a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in .....
Two boys play with a wheelbarrow under a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist graffiti was appearing in the town as [Former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African National Congress Cyril Ramaphosa] arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.
IRISH
RTR499M
May 15, 2000
Two boys play with a wheelbarrow under a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West...
Belfast, UK
BOYS PLAY IN THE SHADOW OF FRESH LOYALIST MURAL IN BELFAST.
Two boys play with a wheelbarrow under a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 15. Loyalist grafitti was appearing in the town as former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African National Congress Cyril Ramaphosa arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.

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IRISH
RTR4999
May 15, 2000
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16....
Belfast, UK
A MAN PUTS THE FINISHING TOUCHES TO A LOYALIST MURAL IN BELFAST.
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist grafitti was appearing in the town as Former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African Nastional Congress Cyril Ramaphosa arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.

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IRISH
RTR4992
May 15, 2000
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16....
Belfast, UK
A MAN PUTS THE FINISHING TOUCHES TO A LOYALIST MURAL IN BELFAST.
A man puts the finishing touches to a loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist grafitti was appearing in the town as Former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African Nastional Congress Cyril Ramaphosa arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.

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IRISH
RTR498U
May 15, 2000
A woman carries her shopping past a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast,...
Belfast, UK
A WOMAN CARRIES SHOPPING IN FRONT OF FRESH LOYALIST MURAL.
A woman carries her shopping past a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist grafitti was appearing in the town as Former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African Nastional Congress Cyril Ramaphosa arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.

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IRISH
RTR498N
May 15, 2000
Two boys play with a wheelbarrow under a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West...
Belfast, UK
BOYS PLAY IN THE SHADOW OF FRESH LOYALIST MURAL IN BELFAST.
Two boys play with a wheelbarrow under a freshly painted loyalist Ulster Freedom Fighter's mural in West Belfast, May 16. Loyalist grafitti was appearing in the town as Former Finnish president Marti Ahtisaari and one time general secretary of the African National Congress Cyril Ramaphosa arrived as inspectors to oversee the IRA's promise to decommission weapons.

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McMICHAEL
RTXILIW
January 26, 1998
Gary McMichael, leader of the Ulster Democratic Party delegation walks out of multi party peace talks...
Gary McMichael, leader of the Ulster Democratic Party delegation walks out of multi party peace tal.....
Gary McMichael, leader of the Ulster Democratic Party delegation walks out of multi party peace talks at Lancaster House in London January 26. The UDP is the political wing of the Ulster Freedom Fighters which has admitted its part in the spate of tit-for-tat sectarian killings since Christmas.
RTRAUGT
January 26, 1998
Gary McMichael (2nd L), leader of the Ulster Democratic Party and negotiator John White (L) walk out...
United Kingdom
GARY MCMICHAEL WALKS OUT OF PEACE TALKS
Gary McMichael (2nd L), leader of the Ulster Democratic Party and negotiator John White (L) walk out of multi party peace talks at Lancaster House in London January 26. The UDP is the political wing of the Ulster Freedom Fighters which has admitted its part in the spate of tit-for-tat sectarian killings since Christmas.

BRITAIN IRISH
RTRAUGO
January 26, 1998
Gary McMichael (C), leader of the Ulster Democratic Party and negotiator John White (L) walk out of multi...
United Kingdom
GARY MCMICHAEL WALKS OUT OF PEACE TALKS
Gary McMichael (C), leader of the Ulster Democratic Party and negotiator John White (L) walk out of multi party peace talks at Lancaster House in London January 26. The UDP is the political wing of the Ulster Freedom Fighters which has admitted its part in the spate of tit-for-tat sectarian killings since Christmas.

BRITAIN IRISH
RTRAUG7
January 26, 1998
Gary McMichael (R), leader of the Ulster Democratic Party delegation, peers out of a London taxi after...
United Kingdom
GARY MCMICHAEL WALKS OUT OF PEACE TALKS
Gary McMichael (R), leader of the Ulster Democratic Party delegation, peers out of a London taxi after walking out of multi party peace talks at Lancaster House in London, January 26. The UDP is the political wing of the Ulster Freedom Fighters which has admitted its part in the spate of tit-for-tat sectarian killings since Christmas.

BRITAIN IRISH
RTRAUFO
January 26, 1998
Gary McMichael, leader of the Ulster Democratic Party delegation walks out of multi party peace talks...
United Kingdom
GARY MCMICHAEL WALKS OUT OF PEACE TALKS
Gary McMichael, leader of the Ulster Democratic Party delegation walks out of multi party peace talks at Lancaster House in London January 26. The UDP is the political wing of the Ulster Freedom Fighters which has admitted its part in the spate of tit-for-tat sectarian killings since Christmas.

BRITAIN IRISH
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RTR7MW7
October 12, 1997
Members of an Ulster Freedom Fighters colour party stand to attention at a rally held to mark the third...
ULSTER FREEDOM FIGHTERS CELEBRATE CEASE FIRE
Members of an Ulster Freedom Fighters colour party stand to attention at a rally held to mark the third anniversary of the loyalist paramilitary ceasefire, October 12. The rally, attended by several thousand people was held the day before British Prime Minister Tony Blair was due to meet all the parties involved in the Stormont peace talks.

IRISH
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXF99Y
September 01, 1994
A young boy runs past a Union Jack bearing the names of the Protestant paramilitay groups the Ulster...
A young boy runs past a Union Jack bearing the names of the Protestant paramilitay groups the Ulster.....
A young boy runs past a Union Jack bearing the names of the Protestant paramilitay groups the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) and the Ulster Defense Association (UDA) in South Belfast September 1. Sinn Fein have called upon these groups to follow in the steps of the IRA and cease their terrorist activities
IRELAND
RTXEXFG
November 02, 1993
People of County Derry join in the funeral procession November 2 for three of the seven people killed...
People of County Derry join in the funeral procession November 2 for three of the seven people kille.....
People of County Derry join in the funeral procession November 2 for three of the seven people killed by Ulster Freedom Fighter gunmen at the Rising Sun Pub last Saturday night. Five of the seven killed were buried at this Catholic service in Graysteel today
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXEXAU
October 30, 1993
Two local boys stand beside a huge mural on the Shankhill Road painted by the Ulster Freedom Fighters...
Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND
Two local boys stand beside a huge mural on the Shankhill Road painted by the Ulster Freedom Fighter.....
Two local boys stand beside a huge mural on the Shankhill Road painted by the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) October 30
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