RIRA


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AcronymDefinition
RIRAReal Irish Republican Army
RIRARhode Island Republican Assembly (Providence, RI)
RIRARoosevelt Island Residents Association
RIRARhode Island Realtors Association
RIRAReflector Impulse Radiating Antenna
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It was Pam Bell who brought the alpaca prepared wool for Rira and Paddock to turn into yarn.
In April Britain's Times newspaper also reported that the Rira could be planning a campaign of violence on the British mainland, citing security sources.
He added that the ultimate goal of RIRA is to improve the attractiveness of the region for foreign and intra-regional business, and hence facilitate the higher inflow of investments and generate higher entrepreneurial activity, trade, and ultimately jobs.
emma.mcmenamy@trinitymirror.com They want to settle old scores and take back the drugs turf they believe was always theirs SOURCE on row between rira gang and daly supporters
Now the four accused, Liam Rainey, 30, Gerard McCrory, 32, Harry Fitzsimons, 35 and Thomas Tolan, 32, who share a landing with other RIRA inmates, are working together to bring the system down.
The source said: "They used to think that they were invincible when they had the backing and protection from the RIRA guys in the North.
O'Connor had been arrested with three other men in Monaghan and charged with RIRA membership.
Another RIRA leader wanted to shoot a policeman in Londonderry, but McKevitt rejected that because the plan was not sufficiently spectacular.
Prosecution have alleged that the Ealing bomb - which exploded around midnight - was the second of three blasts planned by the RIRA during 2001.
Seamus Daly, 44, is on remand in prison over the RIRA atrocity in 1998 in which 29 people, including a mum expecting twins, were killed in the Co Tyrone town.
TERRIFIED members of slain RIRA boss Alan Ryan's gang are in hiding after the gun attack on Declan "Fat Deccy" Smith.