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  2. UVF Mid-Ulster Brigade - Wikipedia

    The 1991 Cappagh killings took place on 3 March, when a unit from the Mid-Ulster Brigade went to the village of Cappagh, County Tyrone, intent on killing an entire Provisional IRA unit based in the village. Taking up a position outside Boyle's Bar, the gunmen waited for a car to pull up containing republicans and opened fire on them as they ...

  3. Hyde Park and Regent's Park bombings - Wikipedia's_Park...

    The bombings weakened public support in the United States for the Irish republican cause. The CIA and the FBI ramped up their anti-IRA activity, and public opinion polls showed that sympathy for the IRA in particular, and Irish re-unification in general, plummeted in the United States in response to the attacks.

  4. Strabane ambush - Wikipedia

    The Strabane Ambush was a British Special Air Service ambush against a three man Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) unit.All three members of the IRA unit were killed in the ambush.

  5. About us. Cappagh are a progressive, professional organisation who are proud to serve the construction industry across the South. Focussed on providing a dependable, agile service for large clients across the Utility, Highway, Airside and Land Remediation sectors and delivering exceptional services for local residents and developers including Skips, Aggregates and Utility Connections.

  6. Coagh ambush - Wikipedia

    The Coagh ambush was a military confrontation that took place in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, on 3 June 1991, during The Troubles, when a Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) active service unit from its East Tyrone Brigade was ambushed by the British Army's Special Air Service (SAS) at the village of Coagh, in County Tyrone, whilst on its way to kill a part-time member of the Ulster ...

  7. List of towns and villages in Northern Ireland - Wikipedia

    The towns of Armagh, Lisburn and Newry are also classed as cities (see city status in the United Kingdom). The Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) uses the following definitions: Town – population of 4,500 or more Small Town – population between 4,500 and 10,000; Medium Town – population between 10,000 and 18,000

  8. Bloody Sunday (1972) - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

    Bloody Sunday (Irish: Domhnach na Fola) —sometimes called the Bogside Massacre —happened on 30 January 1972, in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. During this protest against internment, some protesters threw stones. 26 unarmed civil rights protesters and spectators were shot by British soldiers. Thirteen ...

  9. Progressive Unionist Party - Wikipedia

    The Progressive Unionist Party (PUP) is a minor unionist political party in Northern Ireland.It was formed from the Independent Unionist Group operating in the Shankill area of Belfast, becoming the PUP in 1979.

  10. Five techniques - Wikipedia

    The Government of the United Kingdom have considered the question of the use of the 'five techniques' with very great care and with particular regard to Article 3 (art. 3) of the Convention. They now give this unqualified undertaking, that the 'five techniques' will not in any circumstances be reintroduced as an aid to interrogation.

  11. Battle of the Bogside - Wikipedia

    The Battle of the Bogside was a large three-day riot that took place from 12 to 14 August 1969 in Derry, Northern Ireland.Thousands of Catholic/Irish nationalist residents of the Bogside district, organised under the Derry Citizens' Defence Association, clashed with the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) and loyalists.