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IRA-Linked Trio May Serve Time in Ireland

The three IRA-linked fugitives who fled convictions in Colombia might be required to serve their 17-year prison terms in Ireland, the country’s deputy prime minister said Tuesday.Mary Harney, a stern critic of the outlawed Irish Republican Army who is also Ireland’s acting justice minister, said her legal officials were already charting the best path for ensuring that the men don’t escape punishment. Niall Connolly, Martin McCauley and Jim Monaghan were convicted of training the South American country’s largest rebel group. They disappeared from Colombia eight months ago and resurfaced last week in Ireland, which has no extradition treaty with the war-torn South American nation.Full Story

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