Ten years of terrorist attacks by dissidents
June 2019: Booby-trap bomb found under police officer's car at Shandon Park Golf Club, Belfast.
April 2019: Journalist Lyra McKee murdered in Creggan, Londonderry.
March 2019: Explosive packages sent to targets in England and Scotland.
January 2019: Car bomb blast outside Londonderry's Bishop Street courthouse.
May 2018: Weapons found in searches in Armagh and Tyrone.
February 2017: Under-car bomb attack on police officer at Culmore, Londonderry.
January 2017: Officer injured when terrorists shoot at police car at petrol station on Belfast's Crumlin Road.
March 2016: Prison officer Adrian Ismay injured by under-car bomb. He died 11 days later.
November 2015: Rocket attack on PSNI vehicle at Ardoyne.
November 2012: New IRA kill prison officer David Black, the first prison officer killed by republicans since Good Friday Agreement.
April 2011: PSNI Constable Ronan Kerr killed by under-car device.
March 2011: Substantial bomb left outside court in Londonderry.
December 2010: A policeman finds unexploded grenade outside his Co Fermanagh home.
October 2010: Car bomb explodes near the Ulster Bank on Londonderry's Culmore Road.
August 2010: Booby-trap device partially explodes beneath the car of a former policeman.
August 2010: Bomb under car of a female police officer in Kilkeel falls off before being discovered.
August 2010: Booby-trap bomb find under soldier's car in Bangor.
July 2010: Shots fired at Crossmaglen PSNI station.
April 2010: Car bomb explodes outside Newtownhamilton PSNI station.
April 2010: Bomb explodes outside MI5 headquarters in Palace Barracks in Holywood.
February 2010: Device explodes outside Newry courthouse.
January 2010: Constable Peadar Heffron seriously hurt by under-car bomb about a mile from his home in Randalstown.
March 9, 2009: Co Armagh's Stephen Carroll is first serving police officer murdered in Northern Ireland since the 1998 Agreement.
March 7, 2009: Soldiers Mark Quinsey and Patrick Azimkar shot dead outside an Antrim barracks by dissident republicans, the first military fatalities in Northern Ireland since 1997.