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New IRA vows to continue its 'necessary' armed struggle

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Defiant: supporters of Saoradh at a wreath-laying ceremony at the City Cemetery in Londonderry

Defiant: supporters of Saoradh at a wreath-laying ceremony at the City Cemetery in Londonderry

Defiant: supporters of Saoradh at a wreath-laying ceremony at the City Cemetery in Londonderry

Defiant: supporters of Saoradh at a wreath-laying ceremony at the City Cemetery in Londonderry

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Saoradh’s Stephen Murney speaking at the event

Saoradh’s Stephen Murney speaking at the event

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Defiant: supporters of Saoradh at a wreath-laying ceremony at the City Cemetery in Londonderry

The New IRA has indicated it will continue its armed campaign despite speculation that it may call a ceasefire after a year of significant setbacks which put its alleged leadership behind bars.

In a hardline Easter statement, the organisation paid tribute to its membership and said efforts to defeat republicanism had failed.


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