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2 people, suspected of massacre in Northern Irland, arrested by police

Six men aged 34 to 87 were killed and five injured when anti-Catholic extremists armed with two assault rifles poured automatic fire into a pub crowded with Catholics watching a World Cup soccer match. An outlawed Protestant group, the Ulster Volunteer Force, claimed responsibility, but nobody was ever charged with the killings in Loughinisland, a Catholic village south of Belfast, the AP reports. Full Story

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