Hopes are rising in Belfast this week that the Ulster Volunteer Force is poised to formally announce an end to its 36-year campaign of violence against Northern nationalists.
The UVF, which was stripped of its ceasefire status last month because of its involvement in riots in Belfast and its role in a loyalist feud, is due to make a statement within the next three weeks announcing a cessation of military operations.
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