Twin assaults sent N. Ireland a signal that peace may end

MacLeod, Alexander
December 1996
Christian Science Monitor;12/24/96, Vol. 89 Issue 21, p7
Reports that the peace achieved by the government and politicians on Northern Ireland and Great Britain, may come to an end, after reports on attacks by both provinces. Military relations between the two countries; Comments from Sir Patrick Mayhew, Britain's Northern Ireland secretary; Details on the incidents.


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