New IRA/Real Irish Republican Army (RIRA)
The RIRA was established in 1997 by dissident members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army. Some have charged the group with being the secret military wing of the 32-County Sovereignty Movement, which was dedicated to removing the British from Northern Ireland and unifying Ireland. Both deny that. The CSM opposed Sinn Fein's September 1997 adoption of the Mitchell Principles (named after former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell (D.-Maine), who was involved in the negotiations) and the Good...
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