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“Craigavon, Lurgan and another nearby old town called Portadown were so violent before the peace accord they were called the murder triangle.”
“Courtesy of FourFourTwo, Matt Burrows of Northern Ireland club Glentoran scores on a leaping, 17-yard backheel against Portadown:”
“One of those who died was named as Lieutenant Neal Turkington, 26, from Portadown, Co Armagh, from the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles.”
“Jim Dickson, for serv the community in Portadown, Northern Ireland.”
“Portadown-based Wright was expelled from theUlster Volunteer Force in 1996 after his unit breached the ceasefire with the sectarian murder of a Catholic taxi driver, Michael McGolderick, during the Drumcree marching dispute.”
“McCrea's platform sharing at a Portadown rally with the senior loyalist in 1996 has been well documented.”
“This can only mean one thing: NIR will be running a bus substitution service between Portadown and Lisburn this weekend.”
“Another device was found the next month at a railway near Portadown.”
“Henry McDonald reported in the Observer on April 2 2000 that the LVF in Portadown invited over twenty neo-Nazis from Combat 18 for the marching season in 1999.”
“As an Orangeman in 1995, he defied police the first time they sought to block the Orange parade down the now famous Garvaghy Road in Portadown.”
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