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Outlaws Back Off From N. Ireland Riots

Protestant outlaws backed off Tuesday from riots that have ravaged much of Belfast and other Northern Ireland towns for three nights, but Britain pressed ahead anyway with plans to declare at least one group’s 11-year-old truce in tatters. Police commanders say the two largest illegal Protestant groups, the Ulster Defense Association and the Ulster Volunteer Force, both attacked police and British troops with assault rifles and homemade grenades in what were the worst Protestant riots for nearly a decade.Full Story

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