The Bush administration told the Irish Republican Army on Wednesday that the outlawed paramilitary group should disband following its offer to shoot four men — including two recently expelled members — responsible for killing a Catholic civilian. It was the bluntest U.S. criticism of the IRA to date. The call from the U.S. envoy to Northern Ireland, Mitchell Reiss, came a week ahead of St. Patrick’s Day, when leaders of the IRA-affiliated Sinn Fein party won’t be guests of the White House for the first time in a decade. Full Story
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