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Question 1: [26] Rioting also erupted in nationalist areas of Lurgan, ________, Belfast and Derry.
County ArmaghArmaghTandrageeMountnorris

Question 2: The ________ (a loyalist paramilitary group) threatened to take counter-action if anything was done to stop the march.
Ulster Volunteer ForceThe TroublesUlster Defence AssociationProvisional Irish Republican Army

Question 3: [4] In 1969, Northern Ireland was plunged into an ethnic/political conflict known as "________".
Omagh bombingProvisional Irish Republican Army campaign 1969–1997Bloody Sunday (1972)The Troubles

Question 4: At a SoD meeting in Belfast's ________ one of the platform speakers said, to applause, that
1970sBelfast City CentreNorthern IrelandUlster Hall

Question 5: The Orange Order claims that it was founded after the so-called "________" in September 1795.
Irish Rebellion of 1798Orange InstitutionBattle of the DiamondPeep o' Day Boys

Question 6: On Thursday 3 July, the ________ (LVF) threatened to kill Catholic civilians if the march was not allowed to proceed.
Northern IrelandLoyalist Volunteer ForceIrish National Liberation ArmyThe Troubles

Question 7: The dispute is between the ________ and local residents (represented by the Garvaghy Road Residents Coalition).
UlsterNorthern IrelandIrelandOrange Institution

Question 8: ________
Royal Air Force
Royal Navy
Ulster Defence Regiment
Royal Irish Regiment
Police Service of Northern Ireland
Royal Ulster Constabulary
Ulster Special Constabulary
Garda Síochána
Irish Army
Territorial Army (United Kingdom)Royal Military PoliceBritish Armed ForcesBritish Army

Question 9: [39] The Orange Order continues to campaign for the right to march on Garvaghy Road, and in recent years has begun talks with a range of nationalists and republicans, including Cardinal Sean Brady and ________.
Northern Ireland AssemblyGerry AdamsSinn FéinPeter Robinson (politician)

Question 10: [1] Peter Mulholland, a Portadown-born anthropologist, wrote that the Orange marches annually "re-invigorate" ________ and "re-assert" the supremacy of Protestants and unionists.
SectarianismProtestant ReformationSerbsEthnic cleansing







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