Blast From The Past
Andy Oppenheimer | 02/14/2019
The remains of a car burn after the bomb it was carrying was detonated
in front of a courthouse in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Authorities
blamed the New IRA, a dissident republican group, for setting off the
explosives. Sporadic attacks by dissident groups continue, 20 years after
the Good Friday Agreement brought an end to decades of violence
between the Provisional IRA and Northern Irish and British authorities.
An explosion in northwestern Northern Ireland has brought attention...