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IRISH-DISARMING/
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January 06, 2010
Frankie Gallagher of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) speaks during a news conference in Belfast,...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Gallagher of the Ulster Defence Association speaks during a news conference in Belfast
Frankie Gallagher of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) speaks during a news conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland January 6, 2010. The UDA, a major Northern Irish paramilitary organisation, has dumped all its weapons in front of independent witnesses, completing the disarming of main militant groups but still leaving dangerous dissident factions active. A 'loyalist' group, which wants Northern Ireland to remain part of the United Kingdom, the UDA declared last June that its armed struggle was over and on Wednesday said it had got rid of all its weapons. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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