The Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) today announced an end to its 30-year campaign of republican violence in Northern Ireland. The organisation responsible for some of the most infamous attacks of the Troubles used a graveside oration in Bray. Co. Wicklow to confirm that its "armed struggle is over". But there was uncertainty over whether or not the group - which killed more than 100 people during the Troubles - was prepared to decommission its illegal arsenal of weapons, after the statement read to supporters failed to promise a disposal of arms. Today's announcement coincided with a visit to Dublin by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Speaking after talks with Taoiseach Brian Cowen and Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheal Martin, she said the devolution of policing powers from Westminister to Stormont was an essential milestone in the evolution of the peace process. Mrs Clinton will address the Assembly at Stormont tomorrow.