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Thousands attend Easter parades

Belfast has been a place of hope and inspiration in the story of Ireland since the days of the United Irishmen and Irishwomen who founded Irish republicanism in this city over 200 years ago. Sinn Féin Dublin Central TD Mary Lou McDonald, was speaking at Milltown Cemetery after thousands of republicans paraded up the Falls […]

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Community leaders rally in defense of threatened workers

Leading community representatives have come out in force this week to support Ardoyne community workers

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IRSP claims on hunger strike deal

The Irish Republican Socialist movement have claimed that their seven year investigation into the 1981 Long Kesh hunger strikes has “conclusively” found that there was an offer made by the British government to the prisoners that could have saved lives.

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Thousands remember Easter dead

THOUSANDS of republicans from across Belfast and further afield turned out to remember their dead in a series of Easter parades and commemorations over the weekend. Large crowds lined the Falls Road, where children waved tricolours, to welcome the main National Graves Association Parade on Easter Sunday. The largest of all the parades, the annual  Milltown

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£10,000 cocaine seizure claim

Community activists have recovered at least £10,000 worth of a Class A drugs from what the Irish Republican Socialist Party referred to as “a well-known West Belfast criminal family”. The uncut cocaine was recovered

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Empty houses to be postered

The Irish Republican Socialist party (IRSP) has vowed to poster every empty house in North Belfast in a bid to highlight the number of homes sitting unoccupied despite housing need in the area being at crisis point.

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