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1. 01-09 Riots near Belfast school Northern Ireland
2. 01-11 Belfast school reopens after riots Northern Ireland
D. 01-18 Catholics, Protestants united in protests Northern Ireland
4. 06-14 Riots must stop, say leaders Belfast, Northern Ireland
5. 06-29 Catholic nationalists rioted Northern Ireland
G. 07-07 Police and mob clash at Drumcree Northern Ireland
07-16 IRA 'sorry' for civilian deaths Ireland
I. 07-26 Omagh suspects face legal action Northern Ireland

  UK ultimatum to paramilitaries  Blair warned rival paramilitaries to reject violence and adhere to cease-fire agreements Omagh suspects face legal action  Lawyers acting for the families of the victims of bombing atrocity have served writs on 5 men Death threat footballer quits  Neil Lennon, 31, a Catholic, says he is quitting international matches after a threat to have been made by the paramilitaries Sinn Fein anger over dawn raid  Irish republican party has condemned a raid on its parliament offices as part of an attempt to undermine the peace process Sinn Fein set to protest raids  Irish republican party is planning a series of protests outside police stations following police raids on its offices Two ministers quit  The British government should move to exclude Sinn Fein from the Assembly, First Minister David Trimble said IRA urged to disband to save peace  Ulster Unionists threatened to walk out of the assembly's executive unless British officials move to exclude Sinn Fein   Blair meets Adams to save peace process  Prime Minister meets Sinn Fein leader to salvage the Northern Irish peace process threatened by a spying scandal Sinn Fein: Don't suspend Stormont
Riots near Belfast school  Roman Catholics and Protestants clashed with police outside a Catholic girls' school. 2 people were shot Belfast school reopens after riots  Children have returned to a school after a night of rioting between Catholics and Protestants Catholics, Protestants united in protests  Tens of thousands of protesters angered by the slaying of a postman and other violence Riots must stop, say leaders   Irish and British leaders are calling for an end to nightly violence in Belfast that is putting pressure on the peace process Catholic nationalists rioted  Catholics clashed with police following a controversial pro-British Protestant march Police and mob clash at Drumcree  24 police officers have been injured after youths broke through a steel barrier during the Orange Order parade IRA 'sorry' for civilian deaths


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  The Irish Republican Army has issued an unprecedented statement apologising for the killing during its 30-year campaign
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  Gerry Adams has urged Britain's prime minister not to suspend the Northern Ireland Assembly
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  Suspending power-sharing government over an IRA spy ring would 'undermine the democratic process,' says its First Minister
Oct.14   Assembly suspended over spy row
  Britain has suspended power-sharing government after allegations of IRA espionage threw the peace process into crisis
Oct.30   IRA cuts contact with weapons body
  The IRA has cut off contact with the international body responsible for overseeing the decommissioning of its weapons





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  Blair meets Adams to save peace process  Prime Minister meets Sinn Fein leader to salvage the Northern Irish peace process threatened by a spying scandal IRA cuts contact with weapons body




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  The IRA has cut off contact with the international body responsible for overseeing the decommissioning of its weapons




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2002 Aug.22 Death threat footballer quits  Neil Lennon, 31, a Catholic, says he is quitting international matches after a threat to have been made by the paramilitaries



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2002 Jan.9 Riots near Belfast school  Roman Catholics and Protestants clashed with police outside a Catholic girls' school. 2 people were shot Jan.11 Belfast school reopens after riots  Children have returned to a school after a night of rioting between Catholics and Protestants Jun.14 Riots must stop, say leaders   Irish and British leaders are calling for an end to nightly violence in Belfast that is putting pressure on the peace process Jun.29 Catholic nationalists rioted  Catholics clashed with police following a controversial pro-British Protestant march Jul.16 IRA 'sorry' for civilian deaths
  The Irish Republican Army has issued an unprecedented statement apologising for the killing during its 30-year campaign
Jul.26 Omagh suspects face legal action  Lawyers acting for the families of the victims of bombing atrocity have served writs on 5 men Aug.22 Death threat footballer quits  Neil Lennon, 31, a Catholic, says he is quitting international matches after a threat to have been made by the paramilitaries Oct.4 Sinn Fein anger over dawn raid  Irish republican party has condemned a raid on its parliament offices as part of an attempt to undermine the peace process Oct.8 IRA urged to disband to save peace  Ulster Unionists threatened to walk out of the assembly's executive unless British officials move to exclude Sinn Fein



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2002 Jan.18 Catholics, Protestants united in protests  Tens of thousands of protesters angered by the slaying of a postman and other violence Jul.7 Police and mob clash at Drumcree  24 police officers have been injured after youths broke through a steel barrier during the Orange Order parade Jul.24   UK ultimatum to paramilitaries  Blair warned rival paramilitaries to reject violence and adhere to cease-fire agreements Oct.5 Sinn Fein set to protest raids  Irish republican party is planning a series of protests outside police stations following police raids on its offices Oct.8 Two ministers quit  The British government should move to exclude Sinn Fein from the Assembly, First Minister David Trimble said Oct.9   Blair meets Adams to save peace process  Prime Minister meets Sinn Fein leader to salvage the Northern Irish peace process threatened by a spying scandal Oct.10 Sinn Fein: Don't suspend Stormont
  Gerry Adams has urged Britain's prime minister not to suspend the Northern Ireland Assembly
Oct.12 Trimble slams likely suspension
  Suspending power-sharing government over an IRA spy ring would 'undermine the democratic process,' says its First Minister
Oct.14 Assembly suspended over spy row
  Britain has suspended power-sharing government after allegations of IRA espionage threw the peace process into crisis