Continuity Army Council

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a terrorist organization formed in Ireland in 1994 as a clandestine armed wing of Sinn Fein

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Friday night's bombing in Moira 20 miles from Belfast has been blamed on a renegade republican group, the Continuity Army Council.
The Continuity Army Council considers them legitimate targets and will take actions in such a regard.
There is also concern about the Republican breakaway group the Continuity Army Council.
Last night the break-away Continuity Army Council warned the community would "not tolerate such police and military tactics in a ceasefire situation''.
Security on both sides of the border was stepped up last night as the renegade Continuity Army Council vowed to launch a Christmas bomb blitz in Britain.
The IRA denied any responsibility, and sources blamed the breakaway Republican Continuity Army Council.
Security sources say there are no indications yet that the disaffected members were defecting to the Continuity Army Council - a Republican group opposed to the Provo ceasefire.
Bombers linked to the renegade Continuity Army Council are believed to have used the boat in two attacks on lakeside hotels - the Killyhevlin, near Enniskillen, and the Carrybridge in Lisbellaw.
No organisation admitted leaving the bomb but police suspect the so-called Continuity Army Council - a Republican splinter group opposed to the IRA's truce.
Blame for the Markethill bombing has been levelled at a breakaway republican faction called the Continuity Army Council.