Limerick is a tale of two cities -- a vibrant place with a bustling urban centre, a modern university campus and a rebuilt 27,000-seater Thom-ond Park. But in Limerick's rundown estates, it's a different story. Two shanty towns, Southill and Moyross, one at each end of the city, have been ravaged by the gangland war and remain caught in their grip of fear.
Monday, October 26, 2009
A gangland blight that goes beyond shanty town describes Limerick, Ireland, where two rival gangs dominate respectively each of its two slums.