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# 1974 - Monday 5 September, 2016

Birmingham bombing families to ask UK Home Secretary for inquest money

The families of the victims are hoping to hear that their request for a renewed inquest has been granted.

# 1974 - Monday 14 July, 2014

Cypriots file 'war crimes' complaint against Turkey at International Criminal Court

Complaint criticises Turkish settlement activity in breakaway northern Cyprus.

# 1974 - Tuesday 17 June, 2014

On this day in 1974 the IRA bombed the Houses of Parliament in London

During the year, 1974, there was an extensive number of bombings carried out in the UK by the IRA.

# 1974 - Wednesday 7 May, 2014

€48,000 in funding for victims of Dublin-Monaghan bombings

The Tánaiste met with a support group for victims and the families of those killed yesterday.

# 1974 - Sunday 13 April, 2014

Do you know the mystery leader in this 1974 Kildare Scout photo?

The Celbridge Scout group is holding a reunion to celebrate its 40th anniversary during the summer and is trying to contact as many former scouts and leaders as possible to bring them all together.

# 1974 - Tuesday 20 December, 2011

From The Daily Edge VIDEO: A drive down Grafton Street, Dublin, in 1976 Driving In Dublin This post contains videos

VIDEO: A drive down Grafton Street, Dublin, in 1976

Reader Max McQuillan sent in this cool video of his father and a friend driving around Dublin’s city centre in the 1970s.

# 1974 - Monday 28 March, 2011

From The42 A Bluffer's Guide to ... Uruguay Who Are Ya

A Bluffer's Guide to ... Uruguay

We give you a few tidbits on Ireland’s opposition so that you won’t be stuck for something intelligent to say in the pub tomorrow evening.