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This year
Mandatory military service for young people in NI would be 'bonkers', and figures 'don't add up'
Two British army horses undergo operations after running loose through central London
Stakeknife: 'More lives lost than saved' due to British Army's IRA spy, report finds
The Operation Kenova interim findings are expected to call for apologies from the UK Government and the IRA.
Last year
Prosecutions ruled out against 16 people investigated as part of Stakeknife probe
Freddie Scappaticci, alleged to have been IRA 'Stakeknife' informer, has died
Family of man tortured by British military into murder confession awarded £350,000
All time
Taoiseach wears 'shamrock poppy' at British-Irish summit, says it's right to honour those who died
Controversial Troubles Bill may not be human rights compliant, warns European commissioner
British soldier died after being mistaken for firing target by short-sighted colleague
Family of Troubles victim call for removal of memorial to British soldier who died while facing trial
Military funeral granted for Dennis Hutchings, who died while on trial over Troubles shooting
Troubles: No lawful basis for vulnerable man to be shot, trial of ex-British Army soldier told
British military tanker drivers take to roads of the UK to ease fuel crisis
'My father was shot in the back and murdered': Jubilant scenes as Ballymurphy families celebrate inquest verdict
Veterans commemorate 50th anniversary of British Army deployment in Northern Ireland
One former British soldier to be charged with two killings on Bloody Sunday in 1972
European Court of Human Rights rejects request to review its 'Hooded men' ruling
British officer guilty of manslaughter of Irish soldier during training exercise
'Like climbing Everest': How a century's worth of stories from this Cork community made it online
This amputee army veteran from Achill Island is going to row across the Atlantic
Two ex-British soldiers to face murder charge for shooting dead of IRA man
Transgender soldier becomes first woman to serve on frontlines of British Army
Club proposes to kick British Army side out of championship
A monument to Irish men who died fighting for the British has been vandalised
Former British soldier released on bail after arrest over Bloody Sunday murders
Red Devil catches team-mate after parachute fails to open
This is why you should ALWAYS keep an eye out for approaching tanks
Elderly man arrested over 1974 murder of 27-year-old with mental age of 6 year old
Who won the war in Northern Ireland? The British, so says a new BBC documentary
About 500 British troops are to train on this Derry mountain and nationalists aren't happy
Today marks 100 years since the Battle of Mons - this video shows Ireland's involvement
Dublin remembers victims of Ballymurphy Massacre 43 years on
British women could soon be allowed fight on the front lines
Ballymurphy parachute regiment killings: NI Secretary says 'no' to Hillsborough-style probe
British soldier suspected of murdering Antrim man Corporal Geoffrey McNeill
The 'IRA' claims responsibility for devices sent to British Army recruitment centres
Families of Ballymurphy massacre victims to meet the Taoiseach today
TV documentary reveals the stories of Irishmen who fought for the British in WWII
British marine found guilty of murdering Afghan insurgent