December 1993
New Republic;12/20/93, Vol. 209 Issue 25, p7
The article focuses on the efforts in overcoming the unionist violence that took place in Northern Ireland. The unionist violence has included the execution of a young Catholic in Armagh on January 28, 1993, the killing of five Catholics in Derry on March 25, 1993, and the killings of seven civilians on a pub on October 30, 1993. The British and Irish governments have established effective cooperation in the battle against terrorists of both sides, such as the constancy of the two government.


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