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Officers found a firing range inside a disused wine cellar being used as an underground bunker, and seized weapons including an assault rifle, a submachine gun, a semi-automatic pistol and an [[RPG-18]] rocket launcher.<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|314–315}} An earlier version of the rocket launcher, the [[RPG-7]], had been in the possession of the Provisional IRA from as early as 1972, but this was the first time the RPG-18 had been found in the possession of a paramilitary organisation in Ireland.<ref name="Janes2">{{cite journal |last=Boyne |first=Sean |date=23 August 2000 |title=Real IRA arms purchasing in Croatia indicates a change of tactics |url=http://www.janes.com/security/international_security/news/jtsm/jtsm000823_1_n.shtml |dead-url=yes |journal=Jane's Terrorism and Security Monitor |location=London |publisher=Jane's Information Group |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20060624035820/http://www.janes.com/security/international_security/news/jtsm/jtsm000823_1_n.shtml |archive-date=24 June 2006 |access-date=28 June 2007}}</ref> Among those convicted were Alan Ryan, who was on bail for possession of a loaded revolver at his home in Dublin.
 
=== Конец перемирия ===
===Return to activity===
On 20 January 2000 the RIRA issued a call-to-arms in a statement to the ''[[Irish News]]''. The statement condemned the [[Northern Ireland Executive]], and stated: "Once again, Óglaigh na hÉireann declares the right of the Irish people to the ownership of Ireland. We call on all volunteers loyal to the Irish Republic to unite to uphold the Republic and establish a permanent national parliament representative of all the people."<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|326}}<ref>{{cite news |title=Real IRA call for unity among all Republicans |url=http://www.rte.ie/news/2000/0120/north.html |publisher=RTÉ |date=20 January 2000 |accessdate=15 June 2007}}</ref> The RIRA launched its new campaign on 25 February with an attempted bombing of [[Shackleton Barracks|Shackleton Army Barracks]] in [[Ballykelly, County Londonderry|Ballykelly]]. The bombers were disturbed as they were assembling the device, which would have caused mass murder if detonated, according to soldiers.<ref>{{cite news |title=Police quiz man about bombing |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/656770.stm |publisher=BBC News |date=28 February 2000 |accessdate=15 June 2007}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |title=Real IRA behind bid to blow up barracks |author=Tom Brady |url=http://www.independent.ie/national-news/real-ira-behind-bid-to-blow-up-barracks-383691.html |publisher=Independent.ie |date=29 February 2000 |accessdate=15 June 2007}}</ref>
 
On 29 February a rocket launcher similar to one seized in the 1999 raid was found near an army base in [[Dungannon]], [[County Tyrone]],<ref>{{cite news | title = Rocket launcher linked to dissidents | author = Tom Brady | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/661265.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 29 February 2000 | accessdate = 15 June 2007}}</ref> and on 15 March three men were arrested following the discovery of 500&nbsp;lb of home-made explosives when the RUC searched two cars in [[Hillsborough, County Down]].<ref>{{cite news | title = Explosives find linked to Real IRA | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/679353.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 16 March 2000 | accessdate = 15 June 2007}}</ref> On 6 April a bomb attack took place at [[Ebrington Barracks]] in [[Derry]]. RIRA members lowered a device consisting of 5&nbsp;lb of homemade explosives over the [[perimeter fence]] using ropes, and the bomb subsequently exploded damaging the fence and an unmanned guardhouse.<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|335}}<ref>{{cite news |title=Bombing blamed on dissidents |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/703814.stm |publisher=BBC News |date=6 April 2000 |accessdate=15 June 2007}}</ref>
 
==== Теракты в Англии ====
====Bombings in England====
[[File:Real IRA bomb damage in Ealing.jpg|thumb|left|The damage caused by the [[3 August 2001 Ealing bombing]]]]
After the Omagh bombing, the RIRA leadership were unwilling to launch a full-scale campaign in Northern Ireland due to the possibility of civilians being killed.<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|338}} Instead they decided to launch a series of attacks in England, in particular London, which they hoped would attract disenchanted Provisional IRA members to join the RIRA.<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|338}} On 1 June 2000 a bomb damaged [[Hammersmith Bridge]]; a symbolic target for Irish republican paramilitary groups.<ref>{{cite news | title = Police hunt bridge bombers | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/774216.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 2 June 2000 | accessdate = 6 May 2007}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |last=McDonald |first=Henry |author-link=Henry McDonald (writer) |date=4 June 2000 |title=Real IRA armed with super mortar |url=https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/jun/04/northernireland.henrymcdonald2 |newspaper=The Guardian |accessdate=15 June 2007}}</ref> The bridge had been targeted by the [[Irish Republican Army (1922-1969)|Irish Republican Army]] on 29 March 1939 as part of its [[S-Plan|Sabotage Campaign]], and by the Provisional IRA [[1996 Hammersmith Bridge bomb|on 24 April 1996]].<ref>{{cite news|last=Randall |first=Colin |title=Bridge survives as IRA's 30lb bombs fail to explode |url=https://www.telegraph.co.uk/htmlContent.jhtml?html=/archive/1996/04/26/nbomb26.html |newspaper=The Daily Telegraph |date=26 April 1996 |accessdate=15 June 2007 |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20040826074517/http://www.telegraph.co.uk/htmlContent.jhtml?html=%2Farchive%2F1996%2F04%2F26%2Fnbomb26.html |archivedate=26 August 2004 |deadurl=yes |df= }}</ref>
On 21 February 2001 a bomb disguised as a torch left outside a [[Territorial Army (United Kingdom)|Territorial Army]] base in [[Shepherd's Bush]] seriously injured a 14-year-old cadet, who was blinded and had his hand blown off.<ref>{{cite news | title = TA blast was deliberate attack | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/1183106.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 22 February 2001 | accessdate = 15 June 2007}}</ref><ref>{{cite news | title = BBC bomb prompts terror warning | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/1201444.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 5 March 2001 | accessdate = 15 June 2007}}</ref> A second attack in Shepherd's Bush, the [[4 March 2001 BBC bombing|4 March BBC bombing]], injured a civilian outside the [[BBC Television Centre]].<ref>{{cite news | title = Bomb blast outside BBC | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/1201273.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 4 March 2001 | accessdate = 3 May 2007}}</ref> The explosion was captured by a BBC cameraman, and the footage was broadcast on TV stations worldwide, and gained mass publicity for the group.<ref>{{cite book | last = Taylor | first = Peter | authorlink = Peter Taylor (Journalist) | title = Brits | publisher = Bloomsbury Publishing | year = 2001 | page = 384 | doi = | isbn = 0-7475-5806-X}}</ref> On 14 April a bomb exploded at a postal [[sorting office]] in [[Hendon]], causing minor damage but no injuries.<ref>{{cite news | title = Real IRA linked to post office blast | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/1278355.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 15 April 2001 | accessdate = 15 June 2007}}</ref> Three weeks later on 6 May a second bomb exploded at the same building, causing slight injuries to a passer-by.<ref>{{cite news | title = Election bombing campaign feared | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/1315452.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 6 May 2001 | accessdate = 15 June 2007}}</ref> The [[3 August 2001 Ealing bombing]] injured seven people, and on 3 November a car bomb containing 60&nbsp;lb of home-made explosives was planted in the centre of [[Birmingham]]. The bomb did not fully detonate and no one was injured.<ref>{{cite news | title = New leads in hunt for bombers | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/1649338.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 11 November 2001 | accessdate = 3 May 2007}}</ref>
 
==== Возобновление деятельности в Северной Ирландии ====
====Renewed campaign in Northern Ireland====
[[File:The damage caused by a RIRA bomb.jpg|thumb|right|The damage caused by 30 June 2000 bomb]]
The successful attack on Hammersmith Bridge encouraged the RIRA leadership to launch further attacks in Northern Ireland.<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|340}} On 19 June 2000 a bomb was found in the grounds of [[Hillsborough Castle]], home of [[Secretary of State for Northern Ireland]] [[Peter Mandelson]].<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|340}}<ref>{{cite news | title = Mandelson feels 'safe' despite device | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/798309.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 20 June 2000 | accessdate = 28 June 2007}}</ref> On 30 June a bomb exploded on the Dublin-to-Belfast railway line near the village of [[Meigh]] in County Armagh. The explosion damaged the tracks, and caused disruption to train services.<ref>{{cite news | title = Dissidents linked to railway blast | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/812563.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 30 June 2000 | accessdate = 28 June 2007}}</ref> On 9 July a car bomb damaged buildings in [[Stewartstown, County Tyrone]] including an RUC station,<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|361}}<ref>{{cite news |title=Dissidents linked to NI blast |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/825178.stm |publisher= BBC News |date=9 July 2000 |accessdate=28 June 2007}}</ref> and on 10 August an attack in Derry was thwarted by the RUC after a van containing a 500&nbsp;lb bomb failed to stop at a police checkpoint. Following a car chase the bombers escaped across the Irish border, and the [[Irish Army]] carried out a controlled explosion on the bomb after the van was found abandoned in [[County Donegal]].<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|347–348}}<ref>{{cite news |title=Major NI bomb attack 'thwarted' |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/875812.stm |publisher=BBC News |date=11 August 2000 |accessdate=28 June 2007}}</ref>
A [[pipe bomb]] was discovered at a police officer's home in [[Annalong]], [[County Down]] on 3 January 2002,<ref>{{cite web | title = Republicans 'attacked officer's home' | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/1742240.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 4 January 2002 | accessdate = 28 June 2007}}</ref> and two teenage boys were injured in County Armagh on 2 March when a bomb hidden in a [[traffic cone]] exploded.<ref>{{cite web | title = Boys injured in blast | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/1852162.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 3 March 2002 | accessdate = 28 June 2007}}</ref> On 29 March 2002 the RIRA targeted a former member of the [[Royal Irish Regiment (1992)|Royal Irish Regiment]] from [[Sion Mills]], County Tyrone, with a bomb attached to his car that failed to explode.<ref>{{cite web | title = Ex-soldier escapes 'Real IRA' booby trap bomb attack | author = David McKittrick | url = http://www.independent.ie/national-news/exsoldier-escapes-real--ira-booby-trap-bomb--attack-315371.html | publisher = ''The Irish Independent'' | date = 30 March 2002 | accessdate = 17 March 2009}}</ref> On 1 August 2002 a civilian worker was killed by an explosion at a Territorial Army base in Derry. The man, a 51-year-old former member of the [[Ulster Defence Regiment]], was the thirtieth person killed by the RIRA.<ref>{{cite web | title = Dissidents blamed for army attack | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/2166312.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 1 August 2002 | accessdate = 28 June 2007}}</ref>
 
===Arrests Аресты ===
Despite the RIRA's renewed activity, the organisation was weakened by the arrest of key members and continued infiltration by informers. McKevitt was arrested on 29 March 2001 and charged with membership of an illegal organisation and directing terrorism, and remanded into custody.<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|378–381}} In July 2001, following the arrests of McKevitt and other RIRA members, British and Irish government sources hinted that the organisation was now in disarray.<ref>{{cite news |author=|title = Real IRA a 'high threat' |url =https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1426950/Real-IRA-a-high-threat.html |newspaper=The Daily Telegraph |date=8 April 2003 |accessdate=3 May 2007}}</ref> Other key figures were jailed, including the RIRA's Director of Operations, [[Liam Campbell]], who was convicted of membership of an illegal organisation,<ref>{{cite news | title = Dissidents dub IRA 'traitors' | author = Shane Harrison | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/1617836.stm | publisher = BBC News | date = 24 October 2001 | accessdate = 5 May 2007}}</ref> and [[Colm Murphy]] who was convicted of conspiring to cause the Omagh bombing, although this conviction was overturned on appeal.<ref>{{cite news |last=McKittrick |first=David |date=26 January 2002 |title=Omagh bomb plot man is sentenced to 14 years' jail |url=https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/omagh-bomb-plot-man-is-sentenced-to-14-years-jail-9224896.html |newspaper=[[The Independent]] |accessdate=17 April 2007}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |author= |title=Omagh bombing convict wins appeal |url=https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/omagh-bombing-convict-wins-appeal-487589.html |newspaper=The Independent |agency=[[Press Association]] |date=21 January 2005 |accessdate=17 April 2007}}</ref>
 
On 10 April 2002 Ruairi Convey, from [[Donaghmede]], Dublin, was jailed for three years for membership of the RIRA. During a search of his home a list of names and home addresses of members of the Gardaí's [[Emergency Response Unit (Garda)|Emergency Response Unit]] was found.<ref>{{cite web|title=Dissident republican jailed for IRA membership |url=http://archives.tcm.ie/breakingnews/2002/04/10/story46042.asp |publisher=BreakingNews.ie |date=10 April 2002 |accessdate=3 May 2007 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20070604145536/http://archives.tcm.ie/breakingnews/2002/04/10/story46042.asp |archivedate= 4 June 2007 |df= }}</ref> Five RIRA members were also convicted in connection with the 2001 bombing campaign in England, and received sentences varying from 16 years to 22 years' imprisonment.<ref>{{cite web | title = Real IRA bombers jailed | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/2930957.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 9 April 2003 | accessdate = 5 May 2007}}</ref> In October 2002, McKevitt and other RIRA members imprisoned in [[Portlaoise Prison]] issued a statement calling for the organisation to stand down.<ref name="Mooney" />{{rp|410–411}}<ref>{{cite news |title=Real IRA announces its disbandment |url=http://www.rte.ie/news/2002/1020/31093-realira/ |publisher=RTÉ |date=20 October 2002 |accessdate=3 May 2007}}</ref> After a two-month trial, McKevitt was sentenced to twenty years' imprisonment in August 2003 after being convicted of directing terrorism.<ref>{{cite news |author= |title=McKevitt sentenced to 20 years |url=https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2003/aug/07/northernireland |newspaper=The Guardian |agency=Press Association |date=7 August 2003 |accessdate=3 May 2007}}</ref>
 
=== 2002–2007 ===
After McKevitt's imprisonment, the RIRA regrouped. The RIRA claimed responsibility for a series of firebomb attacks against premises in Belfast in November 2004,<ref>{{cite news |last=Chrisafis |first=Angelique |date=26 November 2004 |title=Firebomb campaign hits Belfast |url=https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2004/nov/26/northernireland.politics |newspaper=The Guardian |accessdate=3 May 2007}}</ref> and an attack on a [[Police Service of Northern Ireland]] (PSNI) patrol in [[Ballymena]] during March 2006 was attributed to the RIRA by the [[Independent Monitoring Commission]] (IMC).<ref name="IMC12">{{cite journal|last=Independent Monitoring Commission |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title=Twelfth report of the Independent Monitoring Commission |journal= |volume= |issue= |pages=12–13 |date=4 October 2006 |publisher=The Stationery Office |url=http://www.nio.gov.uk/twelfth_report_of_independent_monitoring_commission.pdf |format=[[PDF]] |id= |accessdate=13 July 2012 }}{{dead link|date=June 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref> On 9 August 2006, fire bomb attacks by the RIRA hit businesses in [[Newry]], [[County Down]]. Buildings belonging to [[JJB Sports]] and [[Carpetright]] were destroyed, and ones belonging to [[MFI Retail|MFI]] and [[TK Maxx]] were badly damaged.<ref>{{cite web | title = Real IRA admits city bomb attacks | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/4783953.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 11 August 2006 | accessdate = 3 May 2007}}</ref> On 27 October 2006, a large amount of explosives was found in Kilbranish, [[Mount Leinster]], [[County Carlow]] by police, who believe the RIRA were trying to derail the [[Northern Ireland peace process|peace process]] with a bomb attack.<ref>{{cite web | title = Irish police 'foil Real IRA plot' | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/6094660.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 28 October 2006 | accessdate = 3 May 2007}}</ref> The IMC believe the RIRA were also responsible for a failed mortar attack on [[Craigavon]] PSNI Station on 4 December 2006.<ref>{{cite web | title = Device is fired at police station | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/6206266.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 4 December 2006 | accessdate = 6 May 2007}}</ref><ref name="IMC15">{{cite journal|last=Independent Monitoring Commission |first= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title=Fifteenth report of the Independent Monitoring Commission |journal= |volume= |issue= |page=12 |date=25 April 2007 |publisher=The Stationery Office |url=http://www.nio.gov.uk/fifteenth_report_of_the_independent_monitoring_commission.pdf |format=PDF |id= |accessdate=13 July 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20101214082450/http://www.nio.gov.uk/fifteenth_report_of_the_independent_monitoring_commission.pdf |archivedate=14 December 2010 |df= }}</ref> The IMC's October 2006 report stated that the RIRA remains "active and dangerous" and that it seeks to "sustain its position as a terrorist organisation".<ref name="IMC12"/> The RIRA has stated it has no intention of calling a ceasefire unless a declaration of intent to withdraw from Northern Ireland is made by the British Government.<ref name="RIRA"/>
 
The Real IRA were suspected of complicity in the murder in December 2006 of drug-dealer Martin 'Marlo' Hyland. Hyland was shot dead at his Dublin home, along with a plumber, Anthony Campbell, who was carrying out work at the house. The organisation was embroiled in a feud with Hyland's gang at the time.<ref name="ryan">{{cite web | url=http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2012/0908/breaking8.html | title=Funeral for Real IRA member | publisher=Irish Times | work=News | date=8 September 2012 | accessdate=5 October 2012}}</ref>
 
=== 2007–2011 ===
[[File:Bogside (21), August 2009.JPG|thumb|200px|Real IRA graffiti in [[Bogside]], Derry]]
On 8 November 2007 two RIRA members shot an off-duty PSNI officer as he sat in his car on Bishop Street in [[Derry]], causing injuries to his face and arm.<ref name="BBC-PSNI-1211">{{cite news |title= Policeman injured in gun attack |url= http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7091544.stm |work= BBC News |date= 12 November 2007 |accessdate=12 November 2007 }}</ref> On 12 November another PSNI member was shot by RIRA members in [[Dungannon]], [[County Tyrone]].<ref name="BBC-PSNI-1211"/><ref>{{cite web | title = Real IRA admits shooting officer | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/7095156.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 14 November 2007 | accessdate = 14 November 2007}}</ref> On 7 February 2008, the RIRA stated that, after experiencing a three-year period of reorganisation, it intended to "go back to war" by launching a new offensive against "legitimate targets".<ref name="resumption">{{cite web | title = Mackey slams Provos as RIRA vows resumption of violence | author = Adrian Mullan | url = http://www.nwipp-newspapers.com/UH/free/349259728115496.php | publisher = ''[[Ulster Herald]]'' | date = 7 February 2008 | accessdate = 29 July 2010 |archiveurl = https://web.archive.org/web/20080616191412/http://www.nwipp-newspapers.com/UH/free/349259728115496.php |archivedate = 16 June 2008}}</ref> It also, despite having apologised for the [[Omagh bombing]],<ref name="apology">{{cite web | title = Real IRA apologises for Omagh bomb | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/events/northern_ireland/focus/153629.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 18 August 1998 | accessdate = 29 July 2010}}</ref> denied any large scale involvement with the attack and said that their part had only gone as far as their codeword being used.<ref name="resumption"/> On 12 May 2008 the RIRA seriously injured a member of the PSNI when a booby trap bomb exploded underneath his car near [[Spamount]], [[County Tyrone]].<ref>{{cite web | title = Officer hurt by booby-trap bomb | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7397420.stm | publisher = BBC | date = 13 May 2008 | accessdate = 22 May 2008}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Murder bid admitted by Real IRA |author=Diana Rusk |url=http://www.irishnews.com/appnews/540/5860/2008/5/16/587806_345515892637Murderbid.html |publisher=''[[The Irish News]]'' |date=16 May 2008 |accessdate=22 May 2008 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090210101742/http://www.irishnews.com/appnews/540/5860/2008/5/16/587806_345515892637Murderbid.html |archivedate=10 February 2009 |df= }}</ref> On 25 September 2008 the RIRA shot a man in the neck in [[St Johnston]], near the [[Derry]] border.<ref name="stj">{{cite news | title = Pipe-bomb target previously shot by RIRA | work = The Irish News | date = 29 October 2008}}</ref> The same man was targeted in a [[pipe bomb]] attack on his home on 25 October, the RIRA did not claim responsibility for the attack, but security forces believe they were responsible for it.<ref name="stj"/>
Further significant seizures of the groups arms and explosives would be make made by the Gardaí during 2012 and 2013, leading to the arrest of over a dozen persons.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.thejournal.ie/dissident-republican-seizure-dublin-988889-Jul2013/ |title=Dissident arms seizure includes golden gun |publisher=The Journal |date=11 July 2013}}</ref> In 2011 Michael Campbell, brother of Liam, was found guilty in [[Vilnius]], [[Lithuania]], of trying to purchase arms and explosives<ref>{{cite news|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8206384.stm|title=Vilnius 'Real IRA' trial to open|date=18 August 2009|accessdate=18 August 2009|publisher=[[BBC News]]}}</ref> and was sentenced to twelve years in prison. In October 2013 Campbell was freed on appeal, only to have the [[Supreme Court of Lithuania]] order a retrial in June 2014. Campbell has maintained his innocence, accusing British intelligence of attempting to frame him.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2442039/Real-IRA-suspect-Michael-Campbell-freed-Lithuanian-jail.html |title=Real IRA suspect jailed after M15 sting in 2008 is freed from Lithuanian jail due to lack of direct evidence linking him to the terrorist group |publisher=Daily Mail |date=2 October 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.thejournal.ie/michale-campbell-retrial-1539602-Jun2014/ |title=The Irishman accused of Real IRA gun-running in Lithuania is to face a retrial |publisher=Irish News |date=27 June 2014}}</ref>
 
=== Новая Ирландская республиканская армия с 2012 года ===
===2012–present: Since the merger ("New IRA")===
[[File:Rira-tag-derry-road-sign.jpg|thumb|200px|Real IRA graffiti on a road sign in Derry, 2012]]
On 26 July 2012, it was reported that [[Republican Action Against Drugs]] (RAAD) and other small republican militant groups were merging with the Real IRA. As before, the group would continue to refer to itself as "the Irish Republican Army",<ref>{{cite news |last=McDonald |first=Henry |date=26 July 2012 |title=Republican dissidents join forces to form a new IRA |url=https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2012/jul/26/ira-northern-ireland-dissident-republican-groups |newspaper=The Guardian |accessdate=26 July 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |author= |title=New IRA: full statement by the dissident 'Army Council' |url=https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2012/jul/26/ira-northern-ireland-dissident-republican-groups1 |newspaper=The Guardian|date=26 July 2012 |accessdate=26 July 2012}}</ref> though some media began to refer to the group as a "new IRA".<ref>{{cite news |author= |title=Rise of the 'new IRA' and what it means for the rest of us |url=http://www.herald.ie/news/rise-of-the-new-ira-and-what-it-means-for-the-rest-of-us-28906870.html |newspaper=[[The Herald (Ireland)|The Herald]] |date=17 November 2012 |access-date=22 August 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |last=McDonald |first=Henry |date=5 December 2012 |title='New IRA' group blamed for killing of Dublin crime boss |url=https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/dec/05/new-ira-blamed-killing-dublin-crime-boss |newspaper=The Guardian |access-date=22 August 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |last=Deeney |first=Donna |date=11 December 2012 |title=Terror suspects part of new dissident group, court told |url=http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/terror-suspects-part-of-new-dissident-group-court-told-29004098.html |newspaper=[[Belfast Telegraph]] |access-date=22 August 2016}}</ref>