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Sinn Fein members voted last week at talks in Dublin. Because of Irish Republican Army violence, the party has faced some rifts.
Sinn Fein members voted last week at talks in Dublin. Because of Irish Republican Army violence, the party has faced some rifts. (Globe Photo / Seamus Murphy) Globe Photo / Seamus Murphy

On centennial, Sinn Fein weighs cost of IRA violence

By Kevin Cullen and Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / March 27, 2005

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DUBLIN -- For half of Sinn Fein's 100 years, Miceal de Faoite has been a loyal member, dedicated to the party's goal of an independent, united Ireland. (Full article: 2228 words)

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