Continuity IRA love

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  • The Irish National Liberation Army, another diehard splinter group, also announced a ceasefire, which left only one identified underground group, the so-called Continuity IRA, still espousing violence.

    Bombing Backlash

  • A British-Irish commission set up to monitor blamed the splinter group called Continuity IRA for the carjackings.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

  • The Continuity IRA is the smaller but older of the two.

    Woolly Days

  • A second splinter group known as the Continuity IRA claimed responsibility for the police officer's killing - the first since the formation of the province's police force in 2001.

    India eNews

  • The Continuity IRA was the first to part company with the Provisionals in 1986 after Sinn Fein and its military wing ended its policy of abstentionism: taking seats in the Irish Parliament.

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  • The Continuity IRA maintains a small but militant base in Lurgan and Craigavon which are areas that O'Dowd still receives considerable electoral support.

    Northern Ireland assembly election: Ulster Unionists head for fourth place

  • These people say the groups have held dinners in New York, Boston, Chicago and other cities to raise money for small dissident groups—which go by names like the Real IRA, Continuity IRA and Oglaigh na hEireann and are explicitly banned from raising money in the U.S.

    World Watch

  • The U.S. Treasury lists Republican Sinn Fein as an a.k.a. for Continuity IRA on its "specially designated nationals list."

    An Old Threat in Northern Ireland Tries to Raise U.S. Profile

  • These people say the small dissident groups—which go by names including the Real IRA, Continuity IRA and Oglaigh na hEireann—have held private fund-raisers in New York, Boston, Chicago and other cities even though they are explicitly banned from raising money in the U.S.

    An Old Threat in Northern Ireland Tries to Raise U.S. Profile

  • Ms. Taylor acknowledges her group is banned from U.S. fund-raising but said the thousands of dollars it has raised in U.S. events don't go directly to the Continuity IRA, but to imprisoned relatives of its members.

    An Old Threat in Northern Ireland Tries to Raise U.S. Profile

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