I was not a member of the IRA but I will never disassociate myself, says Adams

The former Sinn Fein leader was speaking as he gave evidence to an inquest into a disputed shooting in west Belfast in 1971.


The victims of the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings

On the night of November 21, 1974, a total of 21 people died and 220 were injured in the IRA bomb attacks.


Police urged to act over IRA bomber’s claims

The man claimed he knows who was behind the Birmingham pub attacks.


Fatal Birmingham pub bombings 'accidental', ex-IRA chief tells inquest

Kieran Conway from Dublin said the attacks were "not sanctioned" by the IRA and public outrage at the attacks "nearly destroyed" the group.


Birmingham pub bombing inquests start with minute’s silence

The IRA bombings of the Tavern In The Town and Mulberry Bush killed 21 people and wounded 220 others.


Derry courthouse bombing claimed by ‘the IRA’

A statement told ‘those who collaborate with the British’ that no more warnings will be given.


Documents related to Guildford bombings destroyed, British police admit

A coroner is considering whether to resume a full inquest into the 1974 IRA attacks.


Documentary claims to have identified suspected IRA pub bombers

The two men, one of whom has since died, are alleged to have played a role in the blasts which killed 21 people in 1974.


Fifth search for body of Disappeared murder victim Columba McVeigh

Rebecca Black A new search for a teenager murdered and secretly buried by the IRA has begun.


Woman in a time of war: A documentary on IRA bomber Dolours Price

A documentary on IRA bomber Dolours Price is based around a revealing interview she gave before her death, writes Esther McCarthy.


Sons of IRA murder victim Jean McConville protest at press preview of film

I, Dolours tells the story of Dolours Price, including claims she made before her death about the murder of Ms McConville.


Victim: IRA's Collie Club killings should not be swept under the carpet

A woman whose parents died when the IRA bombed a dog club meeting 40 years ago has said their deaths should not be swept under the carpet for political expediency.


Louth man who plotted explosion during Prince Charles visit to be sentenced next month

He is only the second person to be convicted for directing terrorism in the State.