The moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland has urged young people to read a new book on the Troubles to prevent a return to the dark days.
The IRA had planned to knock out the power supply to the south east of England in the final years of its terror campaign, a former member has claimed.
Paramilitaries injured while committing terror attacks will not receive a Troubles pension if they were convicted of the crime, according to anticipated Government proposals.
A claim that notorious Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger was involved in a shipment of arms for the IRA is set to be aired.
A fresh inquest into the deaths of eight IRA men and a civilian shot dead by soldiers at Co Armagh in 1987 could take six months to complete.
The IRA murders of Lord Louis Mountbatten and 18 soldiers on one of the bloodiest days of the Troubles have been commemorated 40 years on.