An alleged IRA bomber given a so-called “comfort letter” by the Tony Blair Government, has lost his latest challenge aimed at preventing his extradition to Northern Ireland for the 1972 Enniskillen bombing.
An alleged IRA bomber given a so-called “comfort letter” by the Tony Blair Government, must wait to hear the outcome of an appeal against his proposed extradition north for the 1972 Enniskillen bombing.
Ryanair is battling lower fares in the first months of its financial year, weighed down by French air-traffic controller strikes and by travellers’ concerns about a future terrorist incident following last month’s bombings in Brussels.
On September 16, 2002, a group of 19 people, who were born in the Chagos Archipelago, picked up their suitcases from the carousel at Gatwick Airport and, having passed through immigration, walked into the South Terminal.
A 38-year-old Wicklow man has appeared at Bray District court today charged with the murder of Anne Shortall, a teacher has threatened to go on a hunger strike over proposed Junior Cert reforms, Cork’s St Patrick’s Street could soon see a car ban and Ed Sheeran has announced who he’ll be lining out with at Croke Park.