An old woman, a rosary dangling from her neck, clasps her hands on finding a British Army sharpshooter on her door step in BelfastÂs market area as troops flushed out snipers barricaded in bakery in Northern Ireland capital on August (AP Photo)
The Omagh bombing happened Saturday, August 1998 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. A car bomb was detonated, killing 29 and injuring hundreds more. The attack was perpetrated by the Real IRA
Operation Banner was the operational name for the British Armed Forces' operation in Northern Ireland from August 1969 to July 2007, as part of the Troubles. It was the longest continuous deployment in the British military's history.
Flames leap into the air from a double decker bus when rioters used it as a blazing barricade in the Roman Catholic Falls Road area of Belfast. Violence broke out in Springfield Road after police and troops carried out an arms Date:
Two Dirty Boys Stand in Front of Ira Graffiti in Northern Ireland