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# civil war politics

This year
The hurt remains: Ballyseedy and the story of a bomb blast that still roars 100 years later
This weekend marks 100 years from the massacre of eight IRA anti-treaty men at Ballyseedy.
All time
Taoiseach says Treaty negotiators were 'great people' but declines to say if De Valera should have been among them
Éamonn De Valera, the founder of Martin’s Fianna Fáil party, famously did not travel to London for the Treaty negotiations in 1921.
Spain exhumes Franco's remains and moves him from huge basilica to discreet grave
The former dictator’s body will be reburied alongside that of his wife.
Donald Trump says removing 'beautiful' Confederate statues is 'so foolish'
The US President sent a number of tweets on this issue this afternoon.
Could Fianna Fáil do a deal with Sinn Féin? John McGuinness thinks so...
The chair of the Public Accounts Committee has been talking coalitions with this week.
'I find it a bit disloyal': A Labour minister is NOT happy with Simon Coveney
A Labour minister has taken a dim view of the latest round of coalition speculation.
Can Enda Kenny and Micheál Martin end Civil War politics?
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
A monument to soldiers killed by IRA in the Civil War has been vandalised
There has been strong criticism after the monument to some of the bloodiest days of killing in the Civil War was badly vandalised.
Seven life-sized roadside posters of Michael Collins stolen in Kilkenny
The chairperson of the Kilkenny Musical Society said feelings on this time in Irish history still run high in certain quarters.