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|Died||30 January 1996 (aged 32–33)|
Belfast, Northern Ireland
|Known for||Chief of Staff of the Irish National Liberation Army|
Gallagher's killing followed internal disagreements over the future of the republican socialist movement. The opposing "INLA-GHQ" faction, led by former Chief of Staff Hugh Torney disbanded in September of the same year following Torney's killing.
- Hume raises Irish peace hopes The Independent, 31 January 1996
- Peter Urban (30 January 2013). "Remembered Always With Honour and Pride: Gino Gallagher". International Republican Socialist Network.
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