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Northern Ireland police quiz Gerry Adams for third day

Northern Ireland police were to decide today whether to charge, release or apply for more time to question republican leader Gerry Adams over a notorious IRA murder in 1972.

White House warns Congress over opposing Iran deal

The White House said on Tuesday that world powers are united in their effort to negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran and warned the Congress over opposing the diplomatic efforts, noting that American people do not want a march to war.

IRA planning terror strikes during G8 summit: MI5

British PM David Cameron, US President Barack Obama and Russia’s Vladimir Putin will be among those meeting in Enniskillen in June.

Historic handshake: British Queen meets ex-IRA chief

Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday shook hands with former IRA chief Martin McGuinness for the first time ever.

Norway reopens embassy in Iran

Norway has asked Iranian authorities to guarantee the safety of its diplomats.

3 IRA dissidents arrested, 2 bomb alerts in Ulster

Northern Ireland police say they have
arrested three suspected Irish Republican Army dissidents over a suspected car bomb in Londonderry.

Iran`s paramilitary force gets new missile

Iran`s defence minister says the
country`s powerful Revolutionary Guard has received its first
batch of new missiles with enhanced guidance systems to hit
ground targets.

Dissident IRA car bomb targets Ulster police base

IRA dissidents detonated a bomb in a hijacked taxi on Tuesday outside a police base in the Northern Ireland city of Londonderry, damaging buildings but wounding no one despite the attackers` inaccurate warning, police said.

IRA dissidents tried to lure police to bomb: Minister

Irish Justice Minister Dermot Ahern says IRA dissidents responsible for planting a 275-kilogram bomb on the Northern Ireland border were trying to lure police into the area to kill them.

Gaddafi`s son resists British IRA compensation bid

Tripoli will resist demands for compensation from IRA victims, the influential son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said Monday as the fall-out over the Lockerbie bomber grows.

Brown vows support for IRA victims

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged to support compensation claims made against Libya by victims of IRA bombings, after reports he declined to press Libya`s leader on the issue.

Scotland denies Libya paid Lockerbie bomber doctors

Scotland rejected allegations on Sunday that its decision to free the Lockerbie bomber because he is terminally ill was based on medical advice from doctors paid by Libya.