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Presidential Speech by Gerry Adams

Presidential Speech by Gerry Adams TD at Sinn Féin Ard Fheis, Waterfront Hall, Belfast A cháirde,Tá failte romhaibh uilig chuig Ard Fheis Sinn Féin i Halla cois cuain anseo i mBéal Feirste cois cuain. Nach mór a d’athraigh an saol

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Towards a New Republic

Martin McGuinness Ard Fheis 2011 In five short years the people of Ireland will commemorate the centenary of the Easter Rising.It is our job as Republicans to map out where we want to be in 2016 – and while five

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Sinn Féin to have its first congress in Belfast 0

The annual conference of the Irish republican party for the first time in the North of Ireland In less than two hours yet another historical event will take place in the troubled Anglo-Irish peace process. Today and tomorrow Sinn Féin

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The rising of the moon

By Gerry Adams A few weeks ago a good friend and sound man with whom I spent time in Long Kesh in the early 70s visited me in Leinster House. It was his 70th birthday and he and my brother

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Brendan Lillis released 0

There was shock, disbelief and tears of joy for the friends, family and supporters of critically ill prisoner Brendan Lillis on Thursday when news emerged that their campaign had succeeded in securing his freedom — and a rare victory against

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Dying Irish prisoner under heavy guard at City Hospital 0

Brendan Lillis receiving urgent treatment at City Hospital under the close watch of British prison authorities Brendan Lillis is receiving urgent treatment at City Hospital in the south of Belfast where he remains under the close watch of British prison

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A dedicated republican and an outstanding soldier 0

A profile of republican hero Kieran Doherty who died on hunger strike at Long Kesh jail on August 2nd, 1981, thirty years ago this week. When the family, friends and former comrades of Belfast IRA Volunteer twenty-five-year-old Kieran Doherty learnt

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Ford refuses release of Brendan Lillis 0

There have been demands for the resignation of Six-County Justice Minister David Ford after he rejected an appeal by the broad nationalist community for the release of a dying prisoner today. Brendan Lillis suffers from a crippling disease of the

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No compassion for dying prisoner 0

The Life Sentence Review Commission has refused release of critically ill republican prisoner Brendan Lillis on compassionate grounds as a growing human rights campaign continues to demand his release. The reason given by the commissioners was that he was “a

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Continuity IRA dismisses talks offer 0

A member of the Continuity IRA has dismissed offers from senior Sinn Fein figures to enter into talks, according to the Guardian newspaper. In an interview in north Armagh, the CIRA prisoner reportedly said: “Speaking to Sinn Fein at this

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