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Tuesday, August 15

Adams urges republicans to 'make peace with unionists': (from the Irish News)
Diana Rusk

No chances can be taken with justice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

It's Who You Talk To: The Blanket (Aug 7)
John Coulter

Republican dissidents exploiting terror threat, says Nicholson: Irish Examiner (Aug 14)

Response to terrorism is a problem for SF and Britain: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Parade 'hurting shopping in city': BBC

Band moves to quell concerns over parade: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Rethink of Orange Order: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Police apology over IRA murder of mother of 10: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Jean McConville's daughter vows to expose IRA abductors: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin and Michael McHugh

McConville's son reacts to inquiry findings: RTE

British army thought missing claim was hoax: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

IRA murder prosecution 'unlikely': BBC

Bishop appeals for help on whereabouts of missing: Daily Ireland
Patrick Tierney

House attacked in Armagh city: UTV Internet

Trouble flares in north Belfast: UTV Internet

'Snubbing' accusations from prisoners group: Daily Ireland

DUP slam hunger strike parade: UTV Internet

Stadium rally 'politicised sport': BBC

Hunger strike rally at GAA ground 'not political': Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

Casement Park for sport alone: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Hunger strike memorial row gets heated: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Two hundred gather to mark Omagh victims: Daily Ireland
Anton McCabe

Equality body lauds the BBC's diversity: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Letter of congratulations for hurling team: Daily Ireland
Nevin Farrell

More schools become integrated in a bid to avoid being closed: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Catholic parents' anger over VEC bus pass ban: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Monday, August 14

Police ombudsman to recommend charges against former officers: Sunday Business Post (Aug 13)

Ex-detectives fear probe has put them in danger: (from the Irish News, Aug 12)
Barry McCaffrey

'Damning' evidence of state collusion in murder: Sunday Business Post (Aug 13)

Police ombudsman's son faces sectarian abuse storm: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

Reg warns of violence: (from the Irish News, Aug 12)
Newton Emerson

Bald statement of fact: Sunday Life (Aug 13)
Lynda Gilby

Retention of Diplock trials is questioned: (from the Irish News, Aug 12)
Claire Simpson

What about the witness?: Sunday Life (Aug 13)
Lynda Gilby

Device is found near railway line: BBC

Massive cost of RIRA bombs: Sunday Business Post (Aug 13)
Suzanne MacManus

Family targeted in petrol attack: BBC

Six held after loyalist parade: UTV Internet

Top trade unionist says state promotes sectarian bigotry: Daily Ireland (Aug 9)
Mick Hall

Hunger strikes anniversary parade despite GAA veto: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh and Stephen Rogers

Thousands mark anniversary of hunger strikes: RTE

Sinn Féin is all take with little give: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Hunger Strike Anniversary: The Blanket (Aug 13)
Martin Galvin

Fury over newspaper prison ban: Daily Ireland (Aug 11)
Ciarán Barnes

IRA ups propaganda campaign against Jean's daughter: Sunday Life (Aug 13)
Stephen Breen

Fresh investigation into UVF murder of teenager: Daily Ireland (Aug 10)
Eamonn Houston & Connla Young

For over 20 years, police sat on IRA killing of mother: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Still searching for truth 30 years on: Sunday Life (Aug 13)
Chris Anderson

Lord Saville, why are we waiting?: Daily Ireland (Aug 9)
Editorial

North has no lessons for Lebanon crisis: Sunday Business Post (Aug 13)
Niall Stanage

Sunday, August 13

Rioters attack police in Derry before parade: The Observer
David Smith

Violence follows peaceful parade: BBC

Tourists caught up in Derry rioting: The Sunday Times
Enda Leahy and Colm Murphy

New SF unionist link wants change in Orange oath: Daily Ireland (Aug 8)
Eamonn Houston

Ombudsman in eye of storm over police caution of son: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Arresting sight, but the end of Jonty's privacy: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'Don't dwell on past' urges police chief: BBC
Mark Devenport

Prisoners' plight: Daily Ireland (Aug 10)

Bomb alerts close railway line: BBC

Black flags fly over the Glenshane: Daily Ireland (Aug 9)

Hunger striker's son hits out at Sinn Fein: The Sunday Times
Enda Leahy and Liam Clarke

Ex-prisoners in TV documentary: Irelandclick.com (Aug 10)
Damien McCarney

N. Ireland teens finding faiths not all that different: Jackson Sun
Tim Ghianni

Saturday, August 12

Juries to return as Diplock courts axed: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Government unveils plans to re-introduce trials by jury: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Legal advances: The News Letter
Editorial

Towards Joint Authority: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

Trick of bending language to tell it like it isn't: Daily Ireland (Aug 10)
Jude Collins

Apprentice Boys holding Derry parade: RTE

Protest to greet loyalist parade in nationalist district: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Order Boys left stranded: The News Letter

Brown released without charge: UTV Internet

Real IRA says it firebombed shops: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

McKevitt trial a human rights issue: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Supporters back jailed McKevitt: (from the Irish News)

Sectarian rhetoric: Village
Gerry Adams

DUP comfort death-threat Digney: Ballymena Times

Fresh calls for tough stance on flags: Daily Ireland

Republicans 'must do more' to end families' suffering: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Wife appeals for help to find husband's remains: (from the Irish News)
Margaret Canning

DUP revulsion at Adams' appeal: The News Letter

Nothing is true until it's officially denied: (from the Irish News, Aug 9)
Brian Feeney

New mural described as a 'fitting tribute' to hunger strikers at rally launch: Daily Ireland (Aug 9)
Damian McCarney

Peace People counted the real cost – pain and fear: Irish Independent

Soldiers to be quizzed in 'troubles' probe: UTV Internet

Centre hopes to make Derry a bilingual city: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Street sign 'hypocrisy': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Protestants wanted for exodus tales: The News Letter (Aug 9)

Catholics denied bus service to Protestant school: Irish Examiner (Aug 11)
Jimmy Woulfe

Irish visitors take a break in Buffalo: Buffalo News (Aug 9)
Caitie Ostrowski Martin

Tips for peace from Northern Ireland: Eugene Register-Guard
Kevin Capé

Let's treat the plotters as common criminals, not soldiers in a global war: The Times
Matthew Parris

Friday, August 11

Setting one side against the other: The News Letter

DUP accused of stalling: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Council to discuss firebombings: BBC

Dissident shop fires serve only to kill jobs: The News Letter
Editorial

Time to stamp out diehard dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Protest questions conviction of Michael McKevitt: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

NI non-jury trials for terror suspects to go: RTE

Adams appeals for information: UTV Internet

Furious clash of words at festival event: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Ex Rangers star attends Apprentice Boys event: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Orange Order founded on a lie: Irelandclick.com
Des Wilson

Ex-detective is arrested as he steps off plane: Belfast Telegraph
Linda McKee

Violence at internment anniversary: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Petrol bomb attack: The News Letter

Riots blamed on loyalist gang: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Low turnout for restricted parade: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Republican parade prompts PSNI siege of event: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

GAA board disowns rally: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

MEPs ridicule all-Ireland plan: The News Letter

Legacy of NI peace movement: BBC
Martina Purdy

Minister is selling us short in US: The News Letter (Aug 9)
Editorial

Thursday, August 10

Find raises questions about UVF ceasefire: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

UDA to oust Jim Spence: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Ex-RUC detectives held in loyalist killing probe: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Third former detective arrested: BBC

Probe was 'policing gone wrong': BBC

Lessons drawn from Larne case: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Irish Govt faces call to fund PSNI college: UTV Internet

£10m fire damage to shops in attack by dissidents: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Renegade IRA behind firebomb blitz on top stores: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Police Stop IRA Dissidents From Marching: Washington Post
Shawn Pogatchnik

Ireland is not a single economy: The News Letter

Call for All-Ireland EU body: UTV Internet

Dealing with the remnants of fear and loathing: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

Somebody is hiding my Thomas' murderers: The News Letter

Murder of schoolboy was 'carefully planned' attack: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Speculation growing that Bloody Sunday report is being delayed for political reasons: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Family told UVF killed brother. . . 33 years on: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Bombings inquiry report extended: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Two in court over paramilitary flags: UTV Internet

Unionist investigates tricolour flower-bed 'complaint': Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

DUP vetoes Irish street signs: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Row builds up over naming of new houses: The News Letter

Wednesday, August 9

Families flee in latest UDA feud: The News Letter

UDA denies families forced to move out: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

UDA may stand down rapist leader: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Murder witnesses too scared to talk: The News Letter

Wind up, shut up: Derry Journal
Editorial

Ervine criticised for 'reaction' talk over greater cross-border links: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Time to start thinking about selling the north to the south: (from the Irish News)
Michael McKernan

Tasked with persuading unionists to embrace a united Ireland: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Inspiring young man aims to change face of Belfast: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Veto attempt made on Irish residence: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Q:What Stormont body kept on working despite the political impasse? A: The one that deals with the MLAs' pensions, of course: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Appeal for witnesses to gang attack: The News Letter

Police slammed over case blunders: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Tension mounts over contentious parade: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Concerns over 'quick end' for RIR: The News Letter

Loyalist flags still flying despite promised removal: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Did Omagh families' letter to John Reid get lost in the post?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Equality body denies 'jobs bias': BBC

Equality needed: The News Letter
Editorial

Bomber given dinner party invite: BBC

Firing of shots at republican rally slammed: The News Letter

Gerrymandering is still a problem: Village (Jul 27)
Eoin Ó Murchú

Tuesday, August 8

Empey, Ervine in violence warning: The News Letter

UUP pressed over Ervine comments: (from the Irish News)
Keith Bourke

Greening of NIO will not be tolerated by unionism: The News Letter
Editorial

Three-way partnership projects pay dividends: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Tilson

Colombia Three set to escape jail threat: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Questions remain on the extradition fight that shook the peace process: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

It may be radical, but it'll 'payoff' in long run: Sunday Life (Aug 6 — scroll down)
Lindy McDowell

'Orange change needed': Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Hopes of cherishing Orange and green: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Ireland's Next Step: Harvard Political Review (May 7)
Rory Malone

Casement rally is set to go ahead: Irelandclick.com
Damian McCarney

Casement no place for political propaganda: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Omagh bomb alert ignored – detective: The News Letter

Omagh relative's open mind on Real IRA claim by garda: Daily Ireland
Anton McCabe

Protestant home petrol-bombed: The News Letter

Equality body has unequal staffing: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

DUP divided on Deputy's Féile Debut?: Irelandclick.com

Attracta killer 'was being hunted by INLA': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Weir and Brenda McDaid

Dozy Hain caught napping: Sunday Life (Aug 6)
Stephen Breen

Hain in lead to replace Prescott: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

Monday, August 7

Decrease in number of paramilitary-style attacks: (from the Irish News, Aug 5)
Marie Louise McCrory

DAAD-type group back on the streets: (from the Sunday Tribune, Aug 6)
Suzanne Breen

Traffic of normal society by-passing our politicians: (from the Irish News, Aug 5)
Patrick Murphy

McClean Break: Sunday Life (Aug 6)
Stephen Breen

Delusions laid bare under the stifling shadow of the UDA: Irish Independent
Paula Shields

Divided they stand: Sunday Life (Aug 6)
Alan Murray

SDLP's plan for devolved policing: (from the Irish News, Aug 3)
William Graham

Bomb attack on house 'sectarian': BBC

Lonely walk to justice: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Ex-Army man considers going public over spy bomb claims: Sunday Life (Aug 6)
Chris Anderson

Bi-sexual ex-IRA prisoner seeks SF support: (from the Sunday Tribune, Aug 6)
Suzanne Breen

Linfield war on hate: Sunday Life (Aug 6)
Josephine Long

Sunday, August 6

Ervine warns of violence over cross-border co-operation: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

All together now: Irish Echo
Editorial

Stone braces himself for a return to jail: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Home truths hurt most: The Observer
Paula Shields

DUP and SF go 'face-to-face': The News Letter (Aug 1)

I'm being fed to the dogs: Sunday Life (Jul 30)
Ciaran McGuigan

Omagh bomb families back whistleblower: The Observer
Henry McDonald

SF criticises UK attitude to Dublin and Monaghan bombings: Ireland_On-Line (Aug 4)

Club launches anti-sectarian move: BBC

Gaelgeoir legal eagles in line for pot of gold: Sunday Independent
Patsy McArdle

Cardinal attacks 'state-sponsored' sectarianism: Scotland on Sunday
Murdo MacLeod & Eddie Barnes

Saturday, August 5

Shoukris 'give fingers to UDA' from prison: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

'Brigadier of bling' to blame for killing of my George: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

It's fun getting to know your friendly neighbourly terrorist: Irish Independent
Lindy McDowell

The UDA should simply melt away: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Our streets must not be taken over by mobsters: The News Letter
Editorial

UDA is putting its house in order: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The Trevors, the UDA and a trip to Dublin airport...: Daily Ireland
Robin Livingstone

Skirting around policing issue isn't going to work: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

Make Malone a warm house for Bertie's boys: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Hardman no to hardware: The News Letter (Aug 3)

US and Ireland relations 'warm': Daily Ireland
Hugh Collins

Restrictions imposed on NI parades: UTV Internet

Adams appeal on missing two: Daily Ireland

Pressure steps up on Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IRA is playing politics says victim's brother: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Willie Frazer puts politics on hold after defeat: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Weasel words: The News Letter

Is GAA 'quasi-political'? – asks DUP MP: Derry Journal

Garda lied over Omagh bomb claim: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Thief cleared of role in Omagh bombing: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Billy Mitchell: The Blanket (Jul 31)
Anthony McIntyre

Peace in Northern Ireland? I'd try the Mid East any day: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

NI-Middle East parallels still drawn: BBC
Mark Devenport

Friday, August 4

Top UDA chief flees in motor convoy after clashes: Irish Independent
Alan Murray and Dominic Cunningham

Forced to flee: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'It's inevitable that blood will be spilled' – UDA source: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Faction 'back in UDA mainstream': BBC

UDA rebel tried to take them on but lost – Pastor: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Politicians' silence on UDA feud is deafening: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

McCord slams Hain meeting as 'waste of time': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

UUP's Rodgers defends UDA's use of centre: The News Letter

Hunger-strike rally gets the green light: Daily Ireland
Damian McCarney

Venue ought to be changed: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Pragmatism first in search for peace: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Sinn Féin protest blamed for cancelled DPP meeting: Ulster Herald
Mark McKelvey

Police in North keep DNA records of innocent children: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Nationalists have a right to proper policing: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Poole praises attitude around parades: UTV Internet

Concerns raised over Boys' parade: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Fest or Flop: The Blanket
John Coulter

Republican wins Newry by-election: BBC

Ballymena SF councillor receives death threat: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Doherty tribute vigil outside Dáil: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

Daughter's shock at how UDA dad died: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Move on NI 'disappeared' graves: BBC

Phoneline set up for information on 'Disappeared': UTV Internet

Govts announces plans to find IRA victims: RTE

Families of 1974 bombing victims voice hope probe will lead to public inquiry: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

George Cross bomb hero dies: The News Letter

Mailing list invites anger: Irelandclick.com
Roisin McManus

An all-island economy: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Rangers revive traditional songs: BBC

Thursday, August 3

Paisley blast at IRA claims: The News Letter

Victims' groups insist Hain should quit now: The News Letter

Feel the pain, Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Reports on feud are sent to IMC: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

UDA supporters in street protest: BBC

Angry meeting over rift in UDA: The News Letter

Feud fears grow as Shoukri faction heckles UDA leaders: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

PSNI and Belfast UDA in feud talks: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Brotherly love in the UDA: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'Rope-a-dope' strategy has one little snag: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Peaceful persuasion must sway UDA: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

3rd man charged over Derry murder: RTE

DPP meeting cancelled as venue withdraws: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Nationalist concern over marches: BBC

Concerns over 'Irish house' in city suburb: The News Letter

Teenager killing 'was sectarian': BBC

Not smooth sailing to MacBride principles: Daily Ireland
Jim Dee

Unionists criticise GAA over planned SF hunger strike commemoration: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

GAA's position on Hunger Strike event unclear: (from the Irish News)
Keith Bourke

GAA must decide on a sporting or political role: The News Letter
Editorial

GAA must stand firm on rally plans: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Adams appeals for info on Disappeared: Newry Democrat

Anger over B&Q Union Jack uniforms: Newry Democrat

Symbol of our times?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Fine Gael 'won't be going north': Daily Ireland
David Lynch

Wednesday, August 2

Reynolds urges talks with UDA to head off lethal feud: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Pastor brokering UDA truce: UTV Internet

Women call for no feud: The News Letter

Hundreds attend UDA 'discussion': BBC

Expulsions are two-fingers to mainstream UDA: Sunday Life (Jul 30)
Alan Murray

UDA and future of its two 'brigades': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Battered to Death by UVF: Daily Ireland

Loyalist bar killing 'horrific': BBC

Gary's real-life drama: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Worth crossing the divide: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Loyalist used his past for a better future: (from the Irish News, Jul 31)
Roy Garland

Focus on republican terrorism, Hain told: The News Letter

Heat on Hain under unionist spotlight: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Peter Hain is less than forthcoming about IRA: The News Letter
Editorial

Bertie builds a new €5m Belfast mansion for North negotiations: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Board calls for policing improvements: The News Letter

No alternative: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 31)
Debbie Watters

Reclaimed land due to be returned: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly and Nevin Farrell

Murder accused can now eat out: The News Letter

GAA accused over rally at ground: BBC

25 years on, Lynch family recalls day their son died on the 71st day of his hunger strike: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Petition push for probe into RIR hero's murder: Sunday Life (Jul 30)
Stephen Breen

Coalisland wears scars with pride: Daily Ireland

Tuesday, August 1

It's time for reality: The News Letter
Peter Hain

Deal urged over rival parades: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Resolve Drumcree once and for all, urges Empey: The News Letter

Double standards: (from the Irish News, Jul 29)
Newton Emerson

UDA in talks with 'faction group': BBC

Feud fears after loyalist violence: The News Letter

Men bringing UDA in from the cold: Sunday Life (Jul 30)
Stephen Breen

UDA's 'clear message to dissidents': BBC
Vincent Kearney

UDA feud could tear community apart – again: The News Letter
Editorial

Thirty people may have seen attack on Scot in Londonderry: The Herald
Cameron Simpson

Five held in NI murder probe: UTV Internet

PSNI climbdown on land claim: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

One small step... Policing Board pledges its support: Belfast Telegraph

Teaching citizenship to our children: Daily Ireland
Raymond McCartney

Fury over Hain's festival funding: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday inquiry delay: UTV Internet

Sacrifice of the Specials marked at event: The News Letter

Kieran's sacrifice recalled 25 years on: Irelandclick.com
Francesca Ryan

Ulster campaign a 'great success story': The News Letter

For God's sake, leave us alone: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Majorities and minorities are here to stay: (from the Irish News, Jun 13)
Breidge Gadd

My child sex hell by gay Provo: Sunday Life (Jul 30)
Stephen Breen

MLA shocked by reports that spiked IRA guns are in Glasgow: The News Letter

The north still perceived as 'risky' for overseas investors: (from the Irish News, Jun 19)
Gary MacDonald

Justice minister praised at Irish-language convention: Daily Ireland
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

NI 'can identify' with Lebanese: BBC

Assembly chorus of approval: The Herald
Darryl Broadfoot



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