Saturday January 18, 2020

The day that terror visited Sligo’s shores

In these days of commonplace daily death, when killings, random or otherwise, are almost the small change of Irish reporting and only in exceptional circumstances get more than a few paragraphs or brief segments of television or radio news, it’s hard

22nd August, 2009

In these days of commonplace daily death, when killings, random or otherwise, are almost the small change of Irish reporting and only in exceptional circumstances get more than a few paragraphs or brief segments of television or radio news, it’s hard to imagine a time when the taking of life was a rare and terrible thing in this part of Ireland.

By 1979,when the IRA killed Lord Louis Mountbatten in the Republic, Dublin...

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