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# Civil War

This year
Fewer fatalities in the Civil War than War of Independence, new research suggests
Last year
Noel Lemass monument vandalised prior to commemoration event on 100th anniversary of his death
At least five dead in Khartoum air strikes
Putin tells troops in Kremlin they 'de facto stopped civil war' by Wagner mercenaries
Explainer: Why has violence broken out in Sudan and what might happen next?
US air strikes kill 14 in Syria in retaliation for drone strike
Micheál Martin says Ballyseedy massacre was 'premeditated murder, nothing less'
The hurt remains: Ballyseedy and the story of a bomb blast that still roars 100 years later
Story of execution of five ex-Free State soldiers explored in new Kilmainham Gaol exhibition
All time
Sean O’Rourke to return to screens next week in new RTÉ political documentary series
Records of compensation claims during War of Independence and Civil War to be released
Kilmainham Gaol marks 100 years since first Civil War executions
Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way
Taoiseach, president reflect on 'complexity' of Civil War at cultural centenary event
Michael Collins' family and Defence Forces mark centenary of death
The death of Michael Collins and the what-ifs of Irish history
Spain moves ahead with bill to honour victims of Franco dictatorship
The Battle of Dublin: It's 100 years since the Four Courts assault that launched the Civil War
Documents damaged in 1922 Four Courts fire to be restored and made public
Shoot-out on Irish border remembered 100 years on
Timeline of ‘22: Civil war centenary makes for dark year of commemorations
Syria marks ten years since outbreak of civil war
Explosions hit Yemen airport moments after plane carrying government officials arrives
The story of the bitter civil war that divided Irish cycling and impacted the 1972 Olympics
'People die in a surprisingly short amount of time': Call for urgent intervention as war-torn Yemen battles Covid-19
Tributes to Professor Séamus Lawless, who died on Mt Everest, as project to restore Four Courts documents launched
Civil War grenade found in Malahide and made safe
'Volunteers were sent for the coffins': New docs reveal IRA activities during War of Independence
Venezuela wants to 'avoid civil war' as US removes staff from country
Government urged to apologise for the at least 77 executed by Free State during Civil War
Fancy researching your family history from the revolutionary period? This is a good place to start...
Explainer: 13 million people are facing starvation in Yemen. Why?
'He's the only assistant who gets this much publicity. It’s bonkers' - Mick McCarthy on Saipan and Roy Keane
In memory of my Mother: football, family and finding comfort in the past
Simon Coveney in Jordan: '80,000 live in Zaatari refugee camp. That's the same population as Galway City'
Simon Coveney
Daniel was on the side of the Trócaire box six years ago - now, he wants to be a doctor
A Civil War mortar shell was found in a tree in Co Kildare
'We have two options: death or displacement'
Wounded Syrians are arriving in Israel on donkeys, desperate for treatment
Fish and chips meets Black and Tans: Details revealed of Leo Burdock's IRA service