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Friday, April 30

Cowen holds talks with DUP at Stormont: RTE

Trimble says 'no': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Mistake in case 'lies with the IMC': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

IMC spotlight falls on military cutbacks: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

The peace process is in free fall: The Guardian
Gerry Adams

How many mountains are left?: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

State pays bail of €17,000 for Colombia trio's quick release: Irish Independent
Geraldine Collins

Kelly decries intrusion of politics on policing: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

What You Think Of Ombudsman: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Orde to streamline local police structure: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Catholics 'scared' to join police: UTV Internet

Police report – Catholic fears cannot be dismissed: Irish Examiner
Editorial

No details of IRA's Libyan arms: BBC

Tyrone bomb factory find 'foils attack plans': Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Freed IRA man loses cash appeal: Daily Telegraph
Joshua Rozenberg

Tensions heighten in Sandy Row after hundreds take to streets: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Outrage At Loyalist 'Ethnic Cleansing' Bid: The News Letter
Kate Cooney

Low Assembly poll turnout 'cause for concern': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Families of bomb victims 'failed by system': Irish Independent (Apr 29)
Lorna Reid

McGuinness probe goes on: Sunday Life (Apr 25)

Mother says Provisionals shot her son: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

"Cork is genuinely republican" says Adams: UTV Internet

Unionists Back European Poll: The News Letter (Apr 20)
Billy Kennedy

Mere Scots mist: Belfast Telegraph
Lord Laird

Top academic slams sectarian 'scaremongers': The Scotsman (Apr 22)
Ian Johnston

Thursday, April 29

Supporters fear for security of Irish trio: The Herald
Andrew Selsky

Irishmen stay put in Bogota jail: BBC

Un fallo emblemático: El Tiempo (Bogota, Apr 27) — scroll down
Editorial
A rough translation — scroll down

Paisley backs 'right to know': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Ask Gaddafi for IRA arms list, say Tories: UTV Internet

Blair repeats stand on Finucane probe: Belfast Telegraph

Victims Of Troubles Offered US Support: The News Letter

Can looking back help us to move forward?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Flagpole Plan For Tricolours: The News Letter

NI anti-catholic grafitti campaign: UTV Internet

UDA boss warns of a long, hot summer: Sunday Life (Apr 25)
Alan Murray

Irish president Mary McAleese made welcome by loyalists in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

US extremist calls for NI Protestants to be armed: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 25)
Susan McKay

Police uncover 'bomb-making base': BBC

Brother of Real IRA man shot in ankles: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

IRA crackdown on renegades on hold: Sunday Life (Apr 25)
Stephen Breen

CIRA bans prisoners' 'hooch': (from the Irish News, Apr 20)
Valerie Robinson

SF and Unionists clash over band parade: Newry Democrat (Apr 27)

Proposals will have major consequences: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Assembly election 'free of fraud': BBC

Laird Protests At 'Ulster-Scots Under-Funding': The News Letter

Unionism fails to make its mark over republicanism in the printed word: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Grieving father begs inquest for truth about terror blast: Irish Independent
Lorna Reid

Celtic player abused in road rage incident: The Herald
Grant McCabe

Laissez-faire a let-down for Lennon: The Guardian
Chris Roberts

Truth Telling Can't Be Bad For Process: Derry Journal (Apr 23)

Wednesday, April 28

IRA activity to cost Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

Father of missing man met IMC: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

McCarthyism At Its Height: Derry Journal

Will history judge the IMC harshly?: (from the Irish News)
Briedge Gadd

Let's move on without Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 26)
Jim Allister

Irish Govt. Putting Politics Before Peace - Bradley: Derry Journal

Paisley calls for clarity on UUP 'deals': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Major, Blair, Trimble, Hume, Clinton - All 'Like Stalin': The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Irishmen may be freed: BBC

Verdict is met with a mixed reaction: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Terror Case Against Irish Men Never Materialized: Counterpunch (Apr 27)
James Davis

Story of trio is stranger than fiction: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Authors of their own misfortune: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Stevens preparing for Finucane inquiry: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 25)
Susan McKay

Acceptance 'still a huge obstacle for policing': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Plans to slash police command units 'premature': UTV Internet

Nail These Thugs Who Threaten Policing Members: The News Letter

Policing levels hit by 80% reduction: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Police Need Public And State Backing: The News Letter
Editorial

Visible policing on streets is the goal: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

MPs visit RUC memorial garden: UTV Internet (Apr 26)

Sinn Fein denies censor move: Down Democrat (Apr 22)

Father seeks assurances over son killed by UVF: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Gun find 'blow to loyalists': BBC

Families tell court about last hours of bombing victims: Irish Independent
Lorna Reid

Veterans In Protest At Poppy Day March Ban: The News Letter (Apr 21)

Ingram has no defence to Galloway claim: The Herald
Lucy Bannerman & Robbie Dinwoodie

Tuesday, April 27

'Frank' talks as Taoiseach mends fences with Adams: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

UUP to snub review of Good Friday Agreement: RTE

Adams on NI 'peace deadlock': UTV Internet

Paramilitaries will not vanish, warns Loyalist: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Review to resume at Stormont: BBC

Killer question has terrorists' politicial spokesmen stumped: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

The refusal to dialogue is damaging: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Now the softly, softly approach is exposed: Belfast Telegraph
Robert McCartney

IMC needs to make amends: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Ahern's comments should be heeded: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Colombia clears IRA suspects: The Guardian
Sibylla Brodzinsky

Irish trio cleared of training Marxists: Daily Telegraph
Jeremy McDermott and Thomas Harding

Colombia accused address court: BBC

Fears for safety of 'Colombia Three' after judgment: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Freedom on hold for Colombia Three: Irish Examiner
Dan Collins

Government urged to get trio back home safe and sound: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Long campaign bears fruit for three: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Trio had long history of involvement in republican movement: Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Sinn Féin condemns Colombia trial 'travesty': Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

MP warns of 'SF choosing judges': UTV Internet

Policing 'needs SF support': BBC

Give Ramsey A Break: Derry Journal (Apr 23)
Editorial

Omagh bomber to get legal aid for appeal: Irish Independent

Backing Is A Must For The Omagh Case: The News Letter
Editorial

PUP hits out in flags row: Belfast Telegraph

MEP Says Culture Cash Is Not Split Up Evenly: The News Letter

Bombings inquest to reopen: BBC

Monday, April 26

Ahern and Blair to meet on North after EU summit: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy and Gerry Moriarty

Ahern ultimatum to private armies: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

IMC gets it wrong on murder: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 25)
Susan McKay

Murphy's law - Is it a 'murder tax' or violence deterrent?: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

PUP to boycott commission: BBC

IMC biased, pompous and full of errors: (from the Sunday Tribune, Apr 25)
Susan McKay

IMC 'fines' a token punishment: BBC
Mark Devenport

UUP chief in boycott threat: Sunday Life (Apr 25)
Alan Murray

A Need for Fresh Thinking: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Editorial

Opposition off on wrong tack over this one: Irish Independent (Apr 22)

Citizenship poll – Vote must be deferred to ease division: Irish Examiner (Apr 22)
Editorial

Verdict expected in Colombia case: BBC

Losing Hearts and Minds: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com (Apr 16)
Niall O'Dowd

Policing board boss accuses Taoiseach of delaying final deal on North: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Police forces 'must support Omagh lawsuit': UTV Internet

Omagh victims criticise government's failure to meet with them: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Maverick man of peace to lead Presbyterian Church: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Mums say no to UDA warlords: Sunday Life (Apr 25)
Stephen Breen

Time To Take A Firm Hand With The Mobsters: The News Letter (Apr 19)
Editorial

Loyalists need reality check: Sunday Life (Apr 25)
Editorial

Terrorist Conspiracy, Or Hype?: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Record numbers visit Belfast: BBC (Apr 21)

Stubbed out: The Observer (Apr 18)
Henry McDonald

Lennon is racially abused, says O'Neill: The Herald
Martin McMillan

Sunday, April 25

Adams 'disappointment' at Ahern: UTV Internet

'Peace process takes priority over elections': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

SDLP wants to meet IMC: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

IMC saddened by family's distress: BBC

At last there's official confirmation of links between Sinn Fein and Provos: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Naming names: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Dark truth is that some like having IRA around: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Norn Iron is second to Britain's destiny: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Why these 'punishment attacks' must stop: Sunday Independent
Paul Murphy

It Hasn't Gone Away You Know: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

No progress in an armed peace: Sunday Independent

One-sided report fails republicans: Sunday Business Post
Editorial

Irish citizenship - Labouring the point: Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

McDowell stoops to an all-time low: Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

NI peace deal opened gates to citizenship: Sunday Independent
Joseph O'Malley

Enough of the waffle and whinging bring on the citizenship debate: Irish Examiner (Apr 22)
Noel Whelan

Accomplice in funeral killing not to be deported: Sunday Independent
Victoria Ward

Landmark ruling by Californian court: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

U.S. troop numbers surge at Shannon: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Unionist rejects parade proposals: (from the Irish News, Apr 22)
Barry McCaffrey

Marching season scrutinised: Belfast Telegraph

Resignation Is Huge Loss To Cultural Body: The News Letter
Editorial

Irish must have parity says MLA: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 22)

Celtic fans sing the praises of sectarian anthems: Scotland on Sunday
Jeremy Watson

Saturday, April 24

Adams seeks attention of 'busy' Blair: Daily Telegraph
George Jones

'Blair must refocus on peace process': UTV Internet

Adams attacks talks suspension: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

At last, those in control draw level with what dogs in the street know: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Why the guns are out for Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

How Bertie and Blair figure in Bush re-election plans: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Judge won't deport barman: Long Beach Press Telegram
Wendy Thomas Russell

The way they see Northern Ireland can beggar belief ...: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Corporal killings media storm: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Disclosure deadline for police nearing: (from the Irish News, Apr 22)
Sharon O'Neill

SF Protest 'Verging On Hate Incitement': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Gardaí were 'powerless against IRA' in Donegal: Irish Examiner
Chris Parkin

A brutal shock for New York's finest: (from the Irish News, Apr 22)
Newton Emerson

Real IRA sued by Omagh families: The Guardian
Ted Oliver

'Brave' FBI spy praised by families: UTV Internet

Loyalists challenge drugs claim: BBC

Public must help to stop the beatings: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Adams braves power-breakfast to share his economic vision with business leaders: Irish Independent (Apr 22)
Nicola Anderson

Scappaticci abandons appeal: UTV Internet

Not One Witness Contradicts McGuinness: Derry Journal (Apr 16)

McGuinness angers Church by standing up for gay rights: Irish Independent (Apr 23)
David Quinn

Irish Secret Service 'should be monitored': Irish Examiner
Michael Brennan

Place names must reflect our diversity: (from the Irish News, Apr 19)
Roy Garland

Betrayed: The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

Friday, April 23

Parties 'must cut links with terror': The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Blair and Adams to meet in London: RTE

SF meets Blair over sanctions: BBC

Targeting of SF members 'ignored': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Kick Assembly Into Touch Call From UUP Man: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Tangled web which stretches from the New Lodge to Iraq: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Question and answer time on the IMC: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Men of violence haven't gone away, you know: Irish Independent (Apr 21)

Mr. Blair needs to back IMC verdict: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IMC's political judgments: Irish Echo
Editorial

Top police meet UPRG as report slams UDA: (from the Irish News, Apr 21)
Barry McCaffrey

Government Needs To Deal With The UDA: The News Letter
Editorial

Colombia - Verdict soon on Irishmen: CNN

Sinn Fein's Kelly Denies IRA Membership Claims: The Scotsman
Mark Sage

Kelly slams UK Govt over Finucane case: RTE

Finucane widow in inquiry bid: UTV Internet

I didn't kill men, bartender says: Long Beach Press Telegram
Wendy Thomas Russell

Ban on videos of IRA murders hits trial: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Group Visit US To Put Stop To 'Propaganda': The News Letter

NI family shocked at paramilitary murder link: UTV Internet

UDA blamed for gun attack on family: Irish Independent

'Sniper' rifle seized: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Omagh civil case to open: BBC

Agent witness for Omagh case: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Ward

London Title Row To Cost City £20,000: The News Letter

Fellow PDs may call her the Miss Piggy of politics but Liz's no muppet: Irish Independent

Thursday, April 22

New bid to restore damaged peace process: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna & Senan Molony

DUP urges SDLP to join them in coalition set-up: Belfast Telegraph

'It was a callous execution': The Guardian (Apr 21)
Ted Oliver

The Monitoring Commission Report - The report's four authors: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 20)

Sinn Fein slam Commission threat: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein chiefs aware ceasefire was to be shattered: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Guns, lies and Sinn Féin leaders: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

In plain English, Gerry and company have been quangoed: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Putting it up to godfathers of crime who rule by fear: Irish Independent(Apr 21)
Maurice Hayes

Editorials

Our balloons are just too full of hot air: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Republicans Could Get Verdict in Columbia 'Within Days': The Scotsman
Dan McGinn

Finucane challenge set to start: BBC

Ulster atrocity mars California sunshine: Belfast Telegraph

Barkeep's fate in balance: Long Beach Press Telegram (Apr 19)
Greg Mellen

Court to see film of soldiers' deaths: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Morgan stands by IRA demilitarisation claim: Irish Examiner
Mary Dundon

No Evidence 'Londonderry' Bad For Investment: Derry Journal (Apr 20)

Name row looming large with councillors: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

Brighton Bomber Expenses Row: The News Letter (Apr 19)
Ian Starrett

Languages broadcast proposals: (from the Irish News, Mar 27)
Catherine Morrison

Ireland proves to be a shining example of membership: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Wednesday, April 21

Peace monitors to name MPs linked to paramilitaries: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Ahern to pursue North talks despite IMC report: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Conor Lally

Government strongly supports findings of commission report: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Sinn Fein to fight fine for IRA's violence: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ulster - rule by gun and baseball bat: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Violent tide engulfs North: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

IRA 'still in training for return to conflict': The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Fine is 'murder tax': Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Ministers discuss violence report: BBC

Report on attack seen as bellwether: Boston Herald (Apr 19)
Jim Dee

Details 'confirm an open secret': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Blaming Sinn Fein a major political shift: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Hardhitting IMC report leaves Sinn Féin punchdrunk and firmly on the back foot: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

'Damning analysis' of paramilitaries: BBC
Brian Rowan

Commission at last lifts lid on truth behind bogus ceasefire: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

Editorials

Agreement not just property of two Governments - Durkan: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Threat to loyalist 'substantial': (from the Irish News, Apr 9)

Why Was Mackin Arrested?: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Top Real IRA prisoner freed to attend family confirmation and communion: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Gardai need to get their act together: (from the Irish News, Mar 26)
Editorial

Jean McBride in third legal bid: UTV Internet

EU Elections Wide Open As Big Names Exit: The News Letter
Editorial

'Thousands denied right to vote': UTV Internet (Apr 19)

Irish lesson on growth: The Scotsman
Editorial

Tuesday, April 20

NI political talks postponed: BBC

Sinn Féin faces salary cuts for IRA violence: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

British set to block Sinn Fein salaries over IRA violence: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Parties hit out over plan for terror fines: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

How we won the peace: The Times
Daniel Finkelstein

Legal bid to stop NI report 'thrown out': UTV Internet

IRA 'accused over abduction': BBC

Orde welcomes IMC verdict on paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker and Noel McAdam

'Attack on teen bore paramilitary hallmarks': (from the Irish News)
Roddy McGregor

It's time to stop the Sinn Féin bashing, says O'Donnell: Irish Examiner
Mary Dundon

McDowell 'not at odds with O'Donnell' on Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Lorna Reid & Gene McKenna

TD ruffles party feathers by voicing 'misgivings': Irish Independent

The death of democracy: Irish Democrat

British back citizenship referendum: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Citizenship poll – Referendum should be deferred: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Bush and Blair talk on Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Don't Be Provoked, Say Loyalist Chiefs: The News Letter
Ian Graham

Time to halt inquiries says UVF victim's son: (from the Irish News, Apr 12)
Maeve Connolly

Terror Thugs Earning £125m: The News Letter

DUP deputy leader's daughter opens parcel bomb sent to office: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Group With Real IRA Links To Open Centre: The News Letter

The Laughter of Our Children: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

PUP in favour of Roddy McCorley bridge name: (from the Irish News, Apr 15)

Monday, April 19

Report backs Orde over IRA: BBC

Sinn Fein hits out at report on the 'illegal activity' of IRA: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

'Dramatic' drop in republican attacks: (from the Irish News, Apr 17)
William Scholes

Blair postpones SDLP meeting: UTV Internet

Mounting pressure to scrap citizenship referendum plan: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor & Gene McKenna

Taoiseach trying to win over SDLP on referendum: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Citizenship referendum – Government must halt flawed poll: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Waiting for a miracle in the six counties: (from the Irish News, Apr 17)
James Kelly

A nightmare from our past: (from the Irish News, Apr 17)
Editorial

Orde pressured over Finucane IRA claims: Sunday Life (Apr 18)
Alan Murray

Blair under pressure over Finucane murder: UTV Internet

US group 'alarmed' at Trimble comments: Sunday Life (Apr 18)
Chris Anderson

Police chiefs focus on terrorism: BBC

No move to replace 'man on the hill': Sunday Life (Apr 18)
Chris Anderson

Terrorist nostalgia: The Guardian (Apr 17)
Mark Lawson

Warders face the sack over claims of sex with killers: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Sorry state of affairs: Sunday Life (Apr 18)
Steven Breen

Safety fears for paramedics: BBC (Apr 15)

Sunday, April 18

Amazing moves afoot as focus falls on secret talks: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

PSNI had seven contactnumbers for missing man: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn MacDermott

SDLP to push for murder inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

Sinn Féin rally as Fianna Fail support falls: Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh and Pat Leahy

IRA bastard armies are a bloody, treasonous Mafia: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Judicial Lines Are Being Blurred: The News Letter
Editorial

Ex-soldier to tell all on 'dirty war' collusion: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Two charged over Bolton bomb: UTV Internet

New evidence probed in Cummings murder: Sunday Life (Apr 11)
Stephen Breen

Prison officers suspended: BBC

DUP man urges loyalists to stay away: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 15)
William Allen

McAllisters now facing cancer fight: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

SF man speaker in US visit: Belfast Telegraph

There's something for everyone in Cork: (from the Irish Post)
Gary Kent

A happy 80th birthday to the IRA's most deadly foe: Sunday Telegraph
Geoffrey Wheatcrof

Gaddafi tried to hire IRA to kill Thatcher: Sunday Herald
Liam McDougall

Opening all the doors...: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ulster Project envisions peace in Northern Ireland: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Christy Goelz

Saturday, April 17

Call to cancel citizenship vote: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP tells Ahern of 'profound concern' on referendum: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Opposition in joint bid to postpone referendum: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

New call to end secret donations to parties: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Family forced to flee to Scotland after painting over republican mural on estate: The Scotsman
Alan Erwin

Congressman demands answers on detention: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Storm over arrest of US Sinn Fein man: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Charge of INLA link a ticket to trouble: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Division over lower voting age: BBC
Mark Devenport

'Law Allows Gardai To Be Magistrates In Northern Ireland': The News Letter

Challenge from DUP over 'name game' row: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Garda convinced of man's links to CIRA: (from the Irish News)

Bombing inquest to reject 'allegations': Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

US Comments Echo Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal (Apr 14)

Republicans criticise 'Bully Bush': (from the Irish News, Apr 12)
Maeve Connolly

Belfast bickers while Baghdad burns: (from the News Letter, Apr 15)
Suzanne Breen

Halloween celebrations spark row: UTV Internet

Belfast baseball looking to build its 'field of dreams': (from the Irish News, Apr 14)
Darran McCann

Friday, April 16

Ceasefires report with Government: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Ceasefire report to be made public: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

Paisley on Irish referendum: UTV Internet

Anxious eyes focus on Lancaster house: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Voting for a united Ireland is still a long way off: Irish Independent

Nationalists oppose British form of truth commission: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Is a truth commission needed?: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

S.F. claims harassment: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

"Your friends... can't help you now": Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

Police bodies facing 'talking-shops' role: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Nationalist confidence is renewed: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Policing pique: Irish Echo
Editorial

Donegal Sinn Fein 'Winning Hearts And Minds': Derry Journal (Apr 14)

Lay Down Law Over Marches: The News Letter
Editorial

Irishness an undefinable nationality?: (from the Irish News, Apr 13)
Patrick Murphy

Border no barrier to increased trade: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Three held over UDA car bomb bid: UTV Internet

'Terrorist Threat Real': Derry Journal (Apr 14)

Loyalist prisoners stage naked protest: UTV Internet

Anger at harbour body 'name change': Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

DUP claims to have settled row over city name: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Anger At SF Bid To Rename Londonderry: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Supporting Victims And Survivors Of The Troubles: Derry Journal (Apr 14)

CRC – making a difference or cosmetic value?: (from the Irish News, Apr 9)
Breda Heffernan



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