McGlinchey Snr was a notorious member of republican splinter group the Irish National Liberation Army.
What does INLA stand for?
INLA stands for Irish National Liberation Army
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Tory MP Andrew Rosindell has called for a memorial similar to that for fellow Tory, Airey Neave, who was murdered by a car bomb planted in the Palace of Westminster by the Irish National Liberation Army in 1979.
Three prisoners belonging to the Irish National Liberation Army were implicated.
The Irish National Liberation Army are expected to announce officially tomorrow that they have destroyed their illegal arsenal of arms.
The Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) is expected to reveal tomorrow that it has destroyed its illegal arsenal of weapons.
The Irish National Liberation Army had now disbanded, coinciding with the visit of Hilary Clinton, so the peace process is very much ongoing.
Summary: <p>The Irish National Liberation Army, an IRA splinter group responsible for some of the most notorious killings of the Northern Ireland conflict, said Sunday it is formally renouncing violence and plans to hand over weapons to disarmament officials.