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Gerry Adams: Basque peace move an essential step updated: Fri Oct 21 2011 12:27:00

The decisive and positive terms of ETA's response to Monday's "Declaration" in Donostia-San Sebastian by the International Conference group is to be welcomed, as is the response of the Spanish government and others.

Former IRA commander to run for president of Irelandupdated: Sun Sep 18 2011 04:30:00

Former IRA leader Martin McGuinness is set to stand as a candidate in the Republic of Ireland's presidential election next month, Sinn Fein announced Friday.

Gerry Adams: Queen's Ireland regret not enoughupdated: Thu May 19 2011 12:34:00

Queen Elizabeth II's expression of sympathy for those who suffered during the long, bloody conflict between Ireland and England does not go far enough, the head of the Irish republican Sinn Fein party said Thursday.

Queen's trip closes chapter for Irishupdated: Thu May 19 2011 12:34:00

TV3 journalist Vincent Browne says Queen Elizabeth's visit closes the rapprochement between Ireland and Britain.

Queen Elizabeth visits site of British massacreupdated: Wed May 18 2011 13:21:00

Queen Elizabeth II visited Croke Park stadium in Dublin Wednesday on the second day of her landmark tour of Ireland.

U.S. Muslim groups slam radicalization hearingsupdated: Wed Mar 09 2011 19:39:00

Leading American Muslims on Wednesday strongly criticized this week's planned congressional hearing into the alleged radicalization of members of their community, calling it an unfair attack on loyal citizens and a dangerous break from the traditional U.S. embrace of tolerance and pluralism.

Rep. Peter King talks Muslim hearingsupdated: Wed Mar 09 2011 19:39:00

Rep. Peter King (R-NY) reveals the reasons why he called highly controversial hearings on Muslim radicalism.

Ireland's ruling party suffers worst defeat ever in voteupdated: Sat Feb 26 2011 23:03:00

The main opposition party in Ireland, Fine Gael, is claiming victory in the country's first general election since it accepted a multibillion-dollar financial bailout last year.

Sinn Fein leader heads south to run for Irish parliamentupdated: Sun Nov 14 2010 14:00:00

Longtime Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams announced Sunday that he's leaving Northern Ireland politics to run for parliament in the Irish Republic, blasting what he called the current Irish government's "deeply damaging" economic policy.

N. Ireland's step toward peaceupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 12:04:00

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton congratulates Northern Ireland on steps its taken towards a "full and lasting peace."

Leaders hail deal to save Northern Ireland power-share agreementupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 12:04:00

Leaders from Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland appeared together Friday to hail an agreement that saves the province's power-sharing government.

Teen charged in N. Ireland police shootingupdated: Mon Mar 23 2009 21:36:00

A 17-year-old suspect faces murder charges in the killing of a Northern Ireland policeman earlier this month, police said Monday.

Shot British troops wanted final pizzaupdated: Mon Mar 09 2009 09:44:00

The British soldiers who were killed in Northern Ireland over the weekend had already packed their bags for Afghanistan and changed into desert uniforms when they were shot, a top British military officer said Monday.

Shooting in Northern Irelandupdated: Mon Mar 09 2009 09:44:00

Two soldiers were killed and four people were wounded in a shooting at a Northern Ireland army base.

N. Ireland police: Soldiers murdered as they lay on groundupdated: Mon Mar 09 2009 03:57:00

The execution-style killing of two British soldiers and wounding of four other people in Northern Ireland was "an attempt at mass murder," police said Sunday.

Police chief: Let's talk to al Qaedaupdated: Fri May 30 2008 07:50:00

One of Britain's top policemen has called for direct negotiations with the leaders of al Qaeda to help bring their terror campaign to an end.

Spirit of Diplomacy: Part 1updated: Wed Mar 19 2008 14:58:00

CNN's Becky Anderson looks at how to resolve disputes without hostility in her quest for the spirit of diplomacy.

Out of trouble: How diplomacy brought peace to Northern Irelandupdated: Wed Mar 19 2008 14:58:00

Commentators who have watched the conflict in Northern Ireland play out for decades call the peace process a miracle.

Hard-liners win N. Ireland electionupdated: Fri Mar 09 2007 01:19:00

Hard-line Catholic and Protestant parties have been urged to work together after winning the bulk of seats in the election for a new legislative assembly in Northern Ireland.

Hard-liners forge leads in N. Ireland electionupdated: Fri Mar 09 2007 00:28:00

Hard-line Catholic and Protestant parties have won the bulk of seats decided so far in the election for a new legislative assembly in Northern Ireland, a vote designed to clear the way for creation of a new power-sharing local executive that can pull support from across the sectarian divide.

Northern Ireland votes on assemblyupdated: Wed Mar 07 2007 03:26:00

The people of Northern Ireland went to the polls Wednesday in a fresh effort to elect a new parliamentary assembly that could help to heal the troubled region's sectarian divide.

Adams murder bid: Convicted loyalist killer chargedupdated: Sat Nov 25 2006 06:05:00

Convicted loyalist killer Michael Stone has been charged with attempting to murder five people including Sinn Fein leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness at the Northern Ireland Assembly on Friday.

UK spy's murder threatens peace updated: Wed Apr 05 2006 05:14:00

The murder and mutilation of a former official with Northern Ireland's Sinn Fein party, who was recently exposed as a spy, has cast a shadow over renewed efforts to bring lasting peace to the troubled region.

A farewell to armsupdated: Mon Aug 01 2005 17:34:00

As messengers go, Seanna Walsh certainly had street cred.

IRA's future actions are the keyupdated: Thu Jul 28 2005 20:31:00

An estimated 3,600 people have died in Northern Ireland's 30 years of troubles. Now, with the IRA's declaration that it is ending the armed struggle, politicians hope there'll never be another victim.

IRA arms pledge a 'hollow gesture'updated: Thu Jul 28 2005 13:01:00

The leading Protestant unionist party in Northern Ireland has dismissed the Irish Republican Army's move to resume disarmament as a "hollow gesture."

IRA vows to end armed campaignupdated: Thu Jul 28 2005 03:12:00

The Irish Republican Army says it will resume disarmament and has ordered its members to halt its armed campaign to end British rule.

Sinn Fein auctions 'MI5 spy bug'updated: Wed May 25 2005 07:45:00

Sinn Fein is auctioning on the Internet what it says is a bugging device planted by Britain's secret service in the Northern Irish republican party's offices.

Blair meets hard-line NI leadersupdated: Thu May 19 2005 09:52:00

UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has been meeting Northern Ireland's hard-line Protestant and Catholic leaders in the hope of reviving power-sharing in the province.

Trimble quits as NI party leaderupdated: Sat May 07 2005 10:53:00

Northern Irish Nobel laureate David Trimble resigned Saturday as head of the Ulster Unionist Party after losing his seat in this week's parliamentary elections.

Trimble unseated as hard-liners gainupdated: Fri May 06 2005 14:29:00

Northern Irish Nobel laureate David Trimble has lost his seat in the British parliament as his Ulster Unionist party, seen as one of the architects of the landmark 1998 Good Friday peace deal, was drubbed at the polls by hardline rivals.

IRA 'considering' Adams appealupdated: Thu Apr 07 2005 06:12:00

The IRA says it is giving "due consideration" to Gerry Adams' appeal that it fully embrace politics and abandon the armed struggle, the UK's Press Association reports.

Adams asks IRA to embrace politicsupdated: Wed Apr 06 2005 11:58:00

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has appealed to the Irish Republican Army to make a "historic" decision to use "purely political and democratic activity" to achieve its goals.

McCartneys: Bush is behind usupdated: Fri Mar 18 2005 02:12:00

The family of a Belfast man allegedly killed by IRA members said U.S. President George W. Bush is "100 percent" behind their campaign for justice.

Gerry Adams respondsupdated: Thu Mar 17 2005 17:22:00

The McCartney sisters are reluctant celebrities. They'd just as soon not be at the White House, but the brutal murder of their brother has brought them there.

Bush welcomes Irish prime ministerupdated: Thu Mar 17 2005 09:47:00

President Bush welcomed Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern to the White House on Thursday as part of the traditional St. Patrick's Day celebrations.

Irish sisters meet with Bushupdated: Thu Mar 17 2005 02:58:00

The sisters of a Belfast man allegedly killed by IRA members met with the U.S. president at a St. Patrick's Day event.

Senators condemn Northern Ireland killingupdated: Wed Mar 16 2005 01:15:00

A bipartisan group of U.S. senators condemned the killing of a Northern Ireland man after meeting Wednesday with his sisters and fiancee.

Sisters dismiss Sinn Fein warningupdated: Tue Mar 15 2005 03:45:00

The sisters of a man killed by the IRA have shrugged off a warning by a Sinn Fein leader to stay out of party politics in Northern Ireland.

Kennedy cancels Sinn Fein meetingupdated: Mon Mar 14 2005 21:30:00

U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy has called off talks with Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams set for St. Patrick's Day.

Sinn Fein leader: Killers 'thugs'updated: Mon Mar 14 2005 03:28:00

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has condemned the killing of a Northern Ireland man and blasted the "rogue" members of the Irish Republican Army blamed for the man's death.

Dublin: Sinn Fein chiefs in IRAupdated: Sun Feb 20 2005 22:38:00

Top Irish officials have accused three Sinn Fein members of being high-ranking leaders of the Irish Republican Army.

N. Ireland faces peace deadlockupdated: Thu Feb 03 2005 06:45:00

Northern Ireland is facing the likelihood of months of political stalemate after the Irish Republican Army said it was withdrawing any offer to disarm.

N. Ireland: 'Intellect' requiredupdated: Thu Dec 09 2004 04:29:00

All sides in Northern Ireland need to use their "intellect" to find a way through the deadlock over IRA disarmament, the UK minister with responsibility for the province says.

Deal stalled by IRA photos rowupdated: Wed Dec 08 2004 08:33:00

British and Irish leaders have unveiled a plan to resolve the conflict in Northern Ireland but a standoff over IRA arms decomissioning looks set to dash hopes of a deal.

NI peace talks at critical stageupdated: Mon Nov 29 2004 04:11:00

Northern Ireland peace talks were on a knife-edge on Monday after a dramatic Downing Street meeting between Northern Ireland's police chief and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.

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