Tuesday June 2, 2020

‘Normal’ life along Border

On Thursday, April 20, I was cycling in the Border area. Directly over the Fane river (which separates Co Monaghan and Co Armagh), a British army helicopter hovered.

29th April, 2006

On Thursday, April 20, I was cycling in the Border area. Directly over the Fane river (which separates Co Monaghan and Co Armagh), a British army helicopter hovered. Two kilometres ahead, between Cullaville and Crossmaglen, I came upon ten members of the security forces, two PSNI and eight soldiers. Many people in the 26 counties believe that scenes such as these have been consigned to the history books.

Perhaps it is time for some of the more...

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