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2009-03-07 Two die in Army attack Antrim, Northern Ireland
2. 2007-07-31 British army ends N. Irish mission Northern Ireland
3. 2007-05-03 N.Irish militants 'end violence' Northern Ireland
4. 2005-09-26 IRA scraps 'all arms' - monitors Northern Ireland
5. 2005-07-28 IRA halts its armed campaign Northern Ireland
G. 2003-12-10 Police, army linked to bombs Northern Ireland
H. 2002-10-30 IRA cuts contact with weapons body Ireland
I. 2001-11-16 UK soldiers' 'Bloody Sunday' victory Northern Ireland

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British army ends N. Irish mission  British troops were sent in 1969 to help quell unrest over civil rights which erupted between the majority Protestant population and local Catholics N.Irish militants 'end violence'  The Ulster Volunteer Force announced it will reopen disarmament negotiations IRA scraps 'all arms' - monitors
Two die in Army attack Map of Antrim United Kingdom


year 2009 Top ^

Mar.7
  Two military personnel have been shot dead during a gun attack at a base in County Antrim. 2 further military personnel and 2 civilians injured
 The gunmen struck at Massereene army base in Antrim, 16 miles north of Belfast


year 2007 Top ^

Jul.31
May.3  


year 2005 Top ^

Sep.26
  The Irish Republican Army has given up its entire arsenal of weapons after 3 decades of armed struggle

Jul.28  
  The leading Protestant unionist party has dismissed the move to resume disarmament as a 'hollow gesture'


year 2003 Top ^

Dec.10 Police, army linked to bombs
  Members of the police and British army may have aided car-bombers who killed 33 people in 1974

year 2002 Top ^

Oct.30   IRA cuts contact with weapons body
   Ireland: The IRA has cut off contact with the international body responsible for overseeing the decommissioning of its weapons Oct.9   Blair meets Adams to save peace process  England: Prime Minister meets Sinn Fein leader to salvage the Northern Irish peace process threatened by a spying scandal

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.16 UK soldiers' 'Bloody Sunday' victory  Hundreds of former soldiers witnessed the Bloody Sunday don't require to give evidence in person Oct.27 Key unionists back IRA arms move  The Ulster Unionist Party has approved David Trimble's acceptance of the IRA's decommissioning move Oct.24   UK begins pullback
  Security watchtowers have begun dismantled in recognition of the IRA's decision to disarm
Oct.23 IRA put weapons beyond use
  For the first time IRA has ever disposed weaponry
Oct.12   Ceasefire blow  two loyalist paramilitary groups are no longer considered to be observing ceasefires by British Government Oct.5   Trimble's IRA court battle falters  Ulster Unionist leader has lost at a Appeal Court in his attempt to pressure IRA into disarming Aug.14 IRA retracts arms offer
  The Irish Republican Army withdraws offer to put its weapons beyond use Aug.7   Trimble demands more from IRA  Ulster Unionist leader could not back the London-Dublin plan until IRA began disarming Aug.6   IRA makes dramatic weapons move  Irish Republican Army has proposed to put its weapons 'beyond use' Jul.2 IRA accused of stalling on arms  An independent commission said the IRA has failed to begin decommissioning. Feb.10   Trimble threatens Sinn Fein  Leader of protestant Ulster Party threatened to step up sanctions if IRA paramilitaries failed to decommission weapons Jan.17   Blair to revamp N. Irish peace   Prime Minister held talks in Belfast with all four Northern Irish parties



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IRA cuts contact with weapons body   Ireland: The IRA has cut off contact with the international body responsible for overseeing the decommissioning of its weapons British army ends N. Irish mission  British troops were sent in 1969 to help quell unrest over civil rights which erupted between the majority Protestant population and local Catholics Two die in Army attack Map of Antrim United Kingdom




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2009
Mar.7
  Two military personnel have been shot dead during a gun attack at a base in County Antrim. 2 further military personnel and 2 civilians injured
 The gunmen struck at Massereene army base in Antrim, 16 miles north of Belfast
2001 Oct.23 IRA put weapons beyond use
  For the first time IRA has ever disposed weaponry
Oct.12 Ceasefire blow  two loyalist paramilitary groups are no longer considered to be observing ceasefires by British Government Jul.2 IRA accused of stalling on arms  An independent commission said the IRA has failed to begin decommissioning. Feb.10 Trimble threatens Sinn Fein  Leader of protestant Ulster Party threatened to step up sanctions if IRA paramilitaries failed to decommission weapons



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2003 Dec.10 Police, army linked to bombs  Members of the police and British army may have aided car-bombers who killed 33 people in 1974 2001 Nov.16 UK soldiers' 'Bloody Sunday' victory  Hundreds of former soldiers witnessed the Bloody Sunday don't require to give evidence in person Oct.24 UK begins pullback
  Security watchtowers have begun dismantled in recognition of the IRA's decision to disarm




Northern Ireland, War & Army Peace Efforts Timeline ... See World Peace Efforts timeline Top ^
2007 May.3 N.Irish militants 'end violence'  The Ulster Volunteer Force announced it will reopen disarmament negotiations 2005 Sep.26 IRA scraps 'all arms' - monitors
  The Irish Republican Army has given up its entire arsenal of weapons after 3 decades of armed struggle
Jul.28 IRA halts its armed campaign
  The leading Protestant unionist party has dismissed the move to resume disarmament as a 'hollow gesture'
2002 Oct.9   Blair meets Adams to save peace process  England: Prime Minister meets Sinn Fein leader to salvage the Northern Irish peace process threatened by a spying scandal 2001 Oct.27 Key unionists back IRA arms move  The Ulster Unionist Party has approved David Trimble's acceptance of the IRA's decommissioning move Oct.5 Trimble's IRA court battle falters  Ulster Unionist leader has lost at a Appeal Court in his attempt to pressure IRA into disarming Aug.14 IRA retracts arms offer  The Irish Republican Army withdraws offer to put its weapons beyond use Aug.7 Trimble demands more from IRA  Ulster Unionist leader could not back the London-Dublin plan until IRA began disarming Aug.6 IRA makes dramatic weapons move  Irish Republican Army has proposed to put its weapons 'beyond use' Jan.17   Blair to revamp N. Irish peace   Prime Minister held talks in Belfast with all four Northern Irish parties