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Three suspects were arrested. 1 March 1992: a small IRA bomb was defused at White Hart Lane BR station in London. He was shot twice in the back of the head at close range by a lone gunman. More than 40 families were evacuated in the aftermath. 3 August 1990: the British Army defused a 600 lb (270 kg) bomb on a trailer in Rasharkin, County Antrim. A bomb was also defused at the York Hotel. 21 December 1992: a small IRA bomb exploded at Hampstead underground station in England. 24 July 1990: three RUC officers (Joshua Willis, William Hanson, and David Sterritt) as well as one civilian, were killed when an IRA unit ambushed a joint RUC and British Army patrol on Killylea Road in Armagh town. 21 November 1992: an alleged informer was shot dead by the IRA at Creggan, County Londonderry. 24 March 1991: an IRA unit carried out a gun attack on British soldiers dismantling a border checkpoint at Derryvallin Road, County Fermanagh. 30 July 1990: an IRA member was shot and injured and another had his arm broken during clashes with the. 4 January 1992: a 4 lb (1.8 kg) Semtex bomb was discovered near Weeton army barracks, Lancashire. 19 December 1995: Chris Johnston (38), a Catholic civilian, was shot dead outside his home in Cooke Street, off Ormeau Road, Belfast. Her body was dumped at Clogh, near. 20 December 1990: two British soldiers were slightly injured after a bomb explosion in Stewartstown, County Tyrone. 9 December 1992: the IRA detonated two car-bombs on King Street, Belfast City centre. 8 July 1991: an IRA bomb attack injured two RUC officers and demolished a civilian's home in Dunmurray, Belfast. 28 May 1991: IRA members opened fire on the car of a Protestant woman in Pomeroy, County Tyrone. 7 January 1994: an IRA unit launched a bomb attack against an RUC-British Army patrol in the Andersonstown area of Belfast. 21 June 1990: a 600 lb (270 kg) IRA bomb "devastated" the centre of Cookstown, County Tyrone. An RUC Sergeant (Stephen Gillespie) died two days later. The same checkpoint was attacked again two days later. 5 July 1993: two IRA bombs, 2,000 lb (910 kg) and 800 lb (360 kg), were discovered and defused by the British Army and one man was arrested at Whitecross, County Armagh. One of which was the Provisional government in which supported the idea of Ireland as a free state, the other side being the Republicans which opposed the Anglo-Irish Treaty and wanted Ireland to still be part of the United Kingdom. By accepting the treaty in January and abandoning the republic, the Dáil majority had effectively deserted the Army Executive. 7 July 1997: RUC forces received small arms fire at Armagh town amid widespread unrest, which included damage to local businesses and the beating of a Protestant teenager. The IRA is believed to have been responsible. 3 May 1990: an RUC base in Derry was hit by a mortar, although no injuries were reported. 28 September 1992: a 500 lb (230 kg) IRA bomb partially exploded outside York Road RUC station, north Belfast. 24 February 1992: a British soldier was wounded in a coffee-jar bomb attack in Ardoyne, Belfast. A grenade, a rifle, a pistol, a homemade bomb, a number of detonators, 2 lb of explosive and over 1,500 rounds of ammunition were captured. 7 March 1993: an IRA unit attempted to kill two leading loyalists on Berlin Street in the Shankill area of Belfast. There were also unsuccessful assaults on for example Bantry, Cork on 30 August and Killorglin in Kerry on 30 September in which the Republicans took significant casualties. 11 January 1994: a 200 lb (91 kg) IRA bomb was defused by the British Army in Derry. The Free State government had started peace negotiations in early May which broke down. The IRA is suspected. 8 July 1997: a landmine was planted by the IRA near Dungannon, County Tyrone, where there was a bomb alert. 29 April 1990: a bomb exploded at a border post at Newry. There were also several hoax bomb warnings. 15 January 1990: a 1,000 lb (450 kg) bomb exploded outside, 16 January 1990: an IRA bomb was defused at the. Eight people had to be treated for shock. Another seaborne expedition to Mayo in the west secured government control over that part of the country. 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A further 247,226 people voted for other parties, most of whom supported the Treaty (although Labour’s 132,570 votes were ambiguous with regard to the Treaty). The unit's getaway car was damaged and they fled on foot pursued by an RAF helicopter, at least one of the IRA volunteers fired at the helicopter but no hits were registered. By contrast, the Free State government managed to expand its forces dramatically after the start of the war. 17 November 1991: the IRA fired a Mark-12 mortar at an RUC mobile patrol outside Newtownbutler, County Fermanagh. 14 September 1990: the British Army defused a 15 lb (6.8 kg) bomb in a bar opposite the courts in Belfast city centre. 2 December 1993: a British soldier (Paul Garrett) was shot dead by a sniper while on foot-patrol, Victoria Street. In both cases shots were fired but no one was seriously injured. On 3 May, the Dáil was informed 18 men had been killed in the fighting in Kilkenny. 12 September 1992: a British soldier was wounded in an IRA bomb attack in Whiterock, Belfast. 15 January 1993: the IRA exploded two bombs in Belfast, one of which ignited a fire that destroyed a car showroom. 14 February 1991: a UDR soldier was seriously wounded when a Saint Valentine's Day card bomb which he had received exploded in, 15 February 1991: the IRA attempted to shoot down another Lynx helicopter that was extracting men from the Duke of Edinburgh's Royal Regiment after a border patrol from, 23 February 1991: a dozen-strong IRA unit launched a mortar and machine gun assault from a vantage point on a newly-built British Army outpost at Fosters Mountain at, 1 March 1991: two UDR soldiers were killed in an IRA ambush on Killylea Road in Armagh town. 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