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Monday, August 31

UDA split widens as general visits: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Marching season ends in North: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Police and photographers: Derry Journal (Aug 25)
Norman Hamill

New 8ft 'peaceline' barrier not welcome say politicians: Irish News (Aug 29)
Marie Louise McCrory

Drugs, hearts and minds: Derry Journal (Aug 25)
Editorial

Catholics and Protestants 'see human rights differently': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Taking the Lion's share of the senate: Sunday Tribune (Aug 30)
Larry Donnelly

Millionaire's life is ruined by terrorists ...and taxman: Belfast Telegraph

Former IRA member reveals ministers' role in arms plot: Irish Examiner
Scott Millar

Cowards colluding with terroriss: The Spectator
Rod Liddle

Irish generals plotted to attack UK forces in Ulster: Daily Mail
Neil Sears

Eugene Crowley – Former Garda commissioner a key adviser on Troubles: Irish News (Aug 29)

'Operation Armageddon' would have been doomsday – for Irish aggressors: The Irish Times
Tom Clonan

FitzGerald in favour of internment and broadcasting bans against extremists in certain circumstances: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Anger as North firm wins €1m hospital food contract: Irish Independent (Aug 26)
Anita Guidera

A nation once again – SF vetoes united ireland: Sunday Tribune (Aug 30)
John Downes

Battle for jobs feeds Northern Ireland xenophobia: Washington Post (Aug 19)
Andras Gergely

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times (Aug 28)
Frank McNally

Pay to march, Orange Lodge told: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

The cost of marches: The Herald (Aug 19)
Editorial

'Futile' independence bill won't stand a chance, vows opposition: The Scotsman
Tristan Stewart-Robertson

The big question: The Herald
Editorial

Sunday, August 30

PSNI steps up patrols against Real IRA threat: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Foot-dragging on PSNI could save SF blushes: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Temporary peace measures take on a permanent feel: Irish News (Aug 28)
Allison Morris

Victims' forum to be unveiled: The News Letter

Allister's rifle claim rejected: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Ulster unionism's identity crisis: Guardian.co.uk
Jason Walsh

INLA victim tells 'Journal' 'I did deal in drugs – but not anymore': Derry Journal

Murdered Catholic's family say UVF parade 'distasteful': Irish News
Allison Morris

Thousands march in Black parades: BBC

Orangemen go south to visit history group: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Irish government to waste $25 Million on U.S.-Ireland Alliance?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Bomb found close to city schools: BBC

RIRA killings 'increased fears of departing troops': The News Letter (Aug 28)
Sam McBride

Thatcher – Thirty Years On: BBC
David Maxwell

Past notes – The al-Megrahi affair: The Times (Aug 29)
Graham Stewart

TV documentary reveals how Dublin 'planned invasion of Northern Ireland': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Two and a half cheers for Ted, that old 'ethnogogue': Sunday Independent
John Paul McCarthy

Ted Kennedy was the best of his clan: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Tributes to Ted Kennedy overlooked his finest hour: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

For 'Fifty Dead Men Walking,' Sturgess walked in 2 worlds: Chicago Sun Times

SNP – we'll push for independence referendum next year: Sunday Herald
James Cusick

Saturday, August 29

UUP denies 'irrevocable split' claims: The News Letter

FAIR slams Adams over rally speech: The News Letter

Willie Frazer – Police won't let me have a gun: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI chief must build confidence: Irish News
Editorial

PSNI must be properly resourced: The News Letter
Editorial

'We made our point in Dungiven' – dissidents: Derry Journal

Son of murdered INLA chief cleared: UTV Internet

Derry does not want kangaroo courts: Derry Journal

Taliban combat 'more intense than the IRA': The News Letter

Helmand Province? Yes, this makes a change from Ardoyne on the Twelfth...: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

'Battle for spiritual Orangeism': The News Letter

Royal Black Institution marches in North today: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Rasharkin was one of the borough's largest ever policing operations: Ballymoney Times

Sectarian riots bring peaceline extension: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Ballymoney family forced to move: UTV Internet

Arsonists destroy Gaelscoil in Co Down: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Youths attacked by sectarian mob: UTV Internet

Glebeside attack 'a response to Rasharkin' – loyalist source: Ballymoney Times

UK needs to box clever over Libyan 'investment': The News Letter
Ian Paisley Jnr

Dual standards: Belfast Media
Editorial

Northern Ireland Remembers Ted Kennedy, the Peacemaker: Time
Bryan Coll

'I had just checked my make-up when I was told I was sitting next to the Senator for dinner ... ': Irish Independent
Medb Ruane

How Ted Kennedy lived in the shadow of Mary Jo's death: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

He inspired change, progress worldwide: Boston Globe
Gordon Brown

IRA sympathiser Ted Kennedy was no friend of Britain: Telegraph.co.uk
Ed West

A true friend of Ireland: Derry Journal
Editorial

Wideranging tributes to a true friend of Ireland: Belfast Media
Editorial

British soldiers on the Republic's shopping streets: The Irish Times
Brian O'Connell

A cinematic lesson in Northern Ireland's Troubles: Los Angeles Times (Aug 28)
Susan King

Blair – Cherie made me turn to Catholicism: The Scotsman
Emily Ashton

Friday, August 28

Roadblock fury: Newry Democrat

Terrorist stunt raises questions on security: The News Letter
Editorial

North peace being taken for granted: The Irish Times
Editorial

PSNI has lost touch – report: The News Letter

Police chief admits change needed: BBC

Northern Ireland's new chief constable a devout Christian: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Can Matt rip up the paperwork?: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Loyalist guns – the final deadline: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Cordon in court as McDaid accused appears: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

UVF turmoil as ex-'brigadier' 'prepares to turn supergrass': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Hall graffiti attack 'sectarian': BBC

Youths attacked by sectarian mob: UTV Internet

Town recalls 'dark day' when Mountbatten was murdered: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

'Last Post' bugler lost at sea: The Irish Times
Paddy Clancy

Why I've finally forgiven the IRA – Thirty years on, Mountbatten's grandson speaks: Daily Mail
Sam Greenhill

Fall-out over Mountbatten Memorial proposal: Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

Narrow Water Anniversary – Beauty spot turned into battlefield: The News Letter

Warrenpoint ambush remembered: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Warrenpoint falls silent as soldiers' families recall IRA massacre: Irish Examiner
Jeananne Craig

Mountbatten's murder 'one of the darkest days in Irish history': Irish Examiner
Paddy Clancy

Atrocities market – Lest we forget: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Battle for Sam gets a Beeb black-out: Belfast Telegraph

Paranoia show fit for world championship: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Northern Ireland politicians to attend funeral of Ted Kennedy: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Tears and tributes for a 'great friend of Ireland': Irish Independent
Stephen O'Farrell

Book of condolence signed by Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Senator never forgot 'dawn of new era' for the north: Irish News
William Graham

One won't be making a statement about the death of Senator Ted Kennedy: Daily Mail
Ephraim Hardcastle

Sadness as Hume pays tribute to dear friend: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Kennedy 'was the very worst sort of outsider': The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ted Kennedy, Ireland's friend: Guardian.co.uk
Gerry Adams

Ted Kennedy loathed Britain – so why did Gordon Brown knight him?: Daily Mail
Ruth Dudley Edwards

The Age of the Irish: Washington Post
Harold Meyerson

Kennedy was never far from controversy: The News Letter
Editorial

Kennedy a true friend of Ireland: Irish News
Editorial

Thursday, August 27

DCC meets 'checkpoint' officers: BBC

PSNI chief under fire over republican roadblock: The News Letter

'Justice' as promised by the Real IRA in Armagh: Irish News
Allison Morris

Protest fails to disrupt DPP meeting: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Second DPP disruption in a month: BBC

Homecoming parade 'must be in public': The News Letter

Five in court over parade trouble: BBC

Craven commission again fails to protect the weak: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Man charged with McDaid murder: UTV Internet

Ulster 'cold case' unit charges man with 12-year-old sectarian murder: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Stormont tight-lipped over cost of magazine: The News Letter

Memorial service to mark Mountbatten murder: UTV Internet

Councillors discuss plan to erect memorial to Mountbatten bombing: The Irish Times
Matt Briton

Donaldson plans Libya 'compensation' trip: Irish News
William Graham

Hillary's horrors: The News Letter
NR Greer

Kennedy condolence book to open: BBC

Ted Kennedy's dedication to Ireland peace process was 'unrivalled': The Times
David Sharrock

He helped persuade IRA to end violence: The Independent
David McKittrick

Northern Irish Reaction – Role In Peace Process Acknowledged By All Parties: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ted Kennedy – a key figure in Northern Ireland politics: Daily Telegraph

Derry remembers Kennedy's legacy: BBC
Freya McClements

Irishness at core of great man: Irish Independent
Kevin Cullen

How Edward Kennedy saved the Irish peace process: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Conor O'Clery

With Ted in your corner, everything was possible: Irish Independent
Niall O'Dowd

A great man is gone, but he has left us all better off: Irish Independent
Tim Pat Coogan

A man of courage for Ireland: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

Irish Reaction – 'an Important Friend To This Country In Very Difficult Times': The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Ahern hails Ted Kennedy as 'outstanding friend of Ireland': Irish Independent
Colm Heatley

Ted Kennedy was a unique figure in the politics of Ireland and US: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

The death of Edward Kennedy: The Irish Times
Editorial

The last knight of America's Camelot: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Edward Kennedy RIP – Kennedy son who achieved the most: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Wednesday, August 26

McGuinness tells DUP stand firm: Derry Journal

Alliance challenged over Union stance: The News Letter

Adams's message is unmistakeable: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

A report that could open new doors for loyalists: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Northern Irish politicians failing to address sectarianism, says police chief: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Dissidents a growing threat – Orde: BBC

Losing a man to dissidents was the low point of my career – Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Welcome to the north of Ireland, Mr Baggott: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Police patrol felt 'vulnerable': BBC
Conor McAuley

DPP man's Galbally role must be probed: The News Letter
Editorial

Dissidents plan protest at Dungiven DPP meeting: Derry Journal

Hamill murder witness to testify: The News Letter

Ex-wife of murder suspect will give evidence by video: Belfast Telegraph

Senator Edward Kennedy, 77, dies: BBC

Drugs squad 'could stop vigilantes': Derry Journal

INLA 'grudge' led to shooting – claim: Derry Journal

Government urged to support Libyan payouts to IRA victims: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Mixed feelings as Pól returns: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

'I just want to understand why he did what he did': Sligo Champion (Aug 19)
Jim Gray

Ballymurphy families make eyewitness plea: Belfast Media
Editorial

Pogrom of one: Belfast Media (Aug 21)
Editorial

Buncrana's 'Window of Hope' unveiled: Derry Journal (Aug 18)

Stormont tight-lipped over cost of magazine: The News Letter

Setting the scene for peacebuilding: BBC
Freya McClements

BBC pushes an all-Ireland agenda – claim: The News Letter

Relics of the past: Derry Journal (Aug 18)
Editorial

'People should not be bullied into renouncing traditions': The Herald (Aug 21)
Ian Wilson

Anger over proposal to axe Glasgow parades: The News Letter

Tuesday, August 25

Officers not warned about 'road block': Irish News
Mark Rainey

Roadblock a stunt says PSNI chief: BBC

Republican 'proud' of attending rally: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

How GAA scored an own goal over SF demonstration: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Unionists might regret putting trust in Tories: Irish News
Roy Garland

Devolved government not a worthy successor to direct rule: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Sectarian incidents after band parade see war of words erupt: Irish News
Ashleigh McDonald

Bigots must be rejected: Irish News (Aug 22)
Editorial

IRA victims could take action over Megrahi: The News Letter

Maze escaper plans to set up home in south: Irish News

Narrow Water para returns after 30 years: The News Letter

'Murdered in an idyllic setting – it felt so unreal': Sligo Champion (Aug 19)
Jim Gray

Inquiry tells family agent was in killer RIRA gang: Irish News
Allison Morris

'No one can place a price on the Irish language': Donegal Democrat (Aug 20)
Michelle Nic Phaidin

Comhaltas may stage Fleadh Cheoil in North for the first time: The Irish Times
Eoghan MacConnell

Aw, it's not fair . . . WHOOPS -- ANOTHER BOYCOTT: Irish Independent

Army plan to engage northern builder provokes ire: The Irish Times
Paddy Clancy

You can take the man out of Ardoyne..: Sunday Tribune (Aug 23)
Suzanne Breen

2,000 sign up to defect from church: The Irish Times (Aug 20)
Alison Healy

Surge in student priests 'is not due to recession': Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Priesthood in Ireland – Signs of a new era for the Church: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Is the Catholic Church entering into exile?: The Irish Times
Patrick Claffey

Monday, August 24

Row as DPP member attends IRA parade: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

PSNI investigates illegal checkpoints: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

SF councillor attacks former party colleague for defection: Sunday Tribune (Aug 23)
Conor McMorrow

This isn't just a political partition, this is a Sinn Fein partition: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 11)
Gail Walker

Chuckle brothers could have a comeback tour: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Dissident republicans chase gang members out of Cavan: Sunday Tribune (Aug 23)
Suzanne Breen

Tensions run high after parade: Belfast Telegraph

'Spectacular' murder was nothing but butchery says Garda bodyguard: Sligo Champion (Aug 19)
Jim Gray

Lord Mountbatten security was 'farcical' says retired bodyguard: Sligo Champion (Aug 19)
Jim Gray

Why we should remember Paul and all those lost summer days: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

The shadow of Mullaghmore: Sunday Tribune (Aug 23)
Valerie Shanley

Killing that changed the course of history: Evening Herald (Aug 18)
Katie Byrne

Can there ever be any justification for killing?: Sunday Business Post (Aug 23)
Vincent Browne

1971 massacre families speak out: Belfast Media (Aug 21)
Briege Voyle

We must learn from our history: Irish News (Aug 20)
Editorial

Give marching orders to Cromwell mural: Belfast Media (Aug 21)

GAA has tapped into growth of sport as substitute for religion: The Irish Times
Tom Inglis

McKee Wrights jail thriller: Sunday Life (Aug 23)
Aaron Tinney

'No more new priests until abuse addressed': Sunday Tribune (Aug 23)
Suzanne Breen

Battle lines drawn on Lisbon Treaty: The Irish Times (Aug 19)
Editorial

Mind set – Designing a new peace: Times of India
Mike Knowles

Sunday, August 23

UUP 'hopes to field Catholics and women in next election': Irish News
William Graham

Hermon remains undecided on Tory alliance: Irish News
William Graham

Policing politics in Northern Ireland: Guardian.co.uk
Mick Fealty

GAA 'not involved' in hunger strike event: The News Letter

GAA is right to steer clear of H-Block row: Sunday Independent
Eamon Sweeney

Nelson should calm down: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Dissident checkpoints condemned: Ireland_On-Line

Real IRA lessons from Basque terrorists: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com (Aug 3)
Niall O'Dowd

There is an alternative to Sinn Fein: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Breandán Mac Cionnaith

Emotional visit from murdered soldier's girlfriend: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 21)
Claire McNeilly

Former IRA militant from Oakland deported: San Jose Mercury News
Matt Krupnick

After 25 years escaper returns: BBC

Wronged have right to justice: Irish News (Aug 21)
Editorial

Bonfire slur vicar 'overwhelmed' by Catholic support: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Sectarianism blamed for graffiti incidents: Irish News
Jonathan Drennan

Time To Tear Down Belfast's 'Peace Walls'?: Sky News (Aug 21)
Vicky Hawthorne

Martin McGuinness – I'm not bothered by gun photograph: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 19)

The first barricade baby 'part of history': Irish News (Aug 19)
Bimpe Archer

Pogroms sowed the seeds of destruction of the Orange state: Belfast Media (Aug 21)
Gerry Kelly

No surrender ever to the enemy within: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

A guide to Norn Irn: Part I – local lingo: Derry Journal (Aug 18)
Norman Hamill

Broadcasting needs new ideas and not more money: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Vile Orange marches prove Scots still have way to go on compassion: Sunday Herald
Muriel Gray

Orange circus is out of order: Scotland on Sunday
Dani Garavelli

Saturday, August 22

Some SDLP MLAs don't speak to me – McGuinness: Derry Journal

IRA fugitive is deported in shackles aboard US spy plane: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Disappointed, but Pól glad that his ordeal is finally over: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Antrim parade passes without incident: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Trouble flares at loyalist band parade in Rasharkin: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Parade passes off peacefully: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

McDaid murder accused links to Rasharkin bands: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Nationalists don't want divided city: Derry Journal
Editorial

Bail refused in Lithuania real IRA case: UTV Internet

32CSM members searched after 'Home' protest: Derry Journal

Victims' campaigner contacts McGuinness after police search: Irish News
Allison Morris

INLA say they shot father-of-three: Derry Journal

Probe over sectarian graffiti: UTV Internet

Long Tower collection after bonfire outrage: Derry Journal

Demand for peace forum to tackle sectarianism: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Relatives fury over British army poster: Belfast Media

'Sleep-deprived and tortured... I would have signed anything': Irish News (Aug 20)

You can't rewrite history, says leading republican: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Glorifying actions of terrorists a step too far: The News Letter
Editorial

Why we should leave our history firmly in the past: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Final solution is no longer possible: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Unionists 'wait 40% longer' for NIHE home in Lisburn: Ulster Star (Aug 13)
Stacey Heaney

Indian family forced from home: Belfast Media

'We're in a new political space': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Devine claims Orange Order is dying out: The Herald (Aug 20)
Gerry Braiden

Friday, August 21

Tories deny split with UUP over justice transfer: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Appeal for calm ahead of loyalist parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Protest expected at band parade: BBC

Band speaks out over Rasharkin parade: The News Letter

Sinn Fein accused of hypocrisy over loyalist parade: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Graffiti daubed on Orange hall: The News Letter

Is UDA boss wavering over weapons?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Interface church may be restored after 25 years: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Concern over 40 PSNI files found dumped in skip at a building site: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Hay would 'take risks' to tackle Protestant alienation: Londonderry Sentinel

Man's shooting blamed on dissidents: UTV Internet

The night I was riddled with bullets at Massereene Army barracks: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Names of teenage convicts to be cleared: Irish News
Allison Morris

Nationalists clash over Hunger Strike event at GAA's grounds: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

ETA members attend hunger strike event: The News Letter

GAA to investigate commemoration: BBC

Hungerstrike parade is a 'fitting' success: Newry Democrat

Mountbatten boat bombing 30 years on – a father's personal journey: Impartial Reporter

The Battle of the Bogside: Londonderry Sentinel (Aug 5)
Eamon Sweeney

Remember the summer of '69: Newry Democrat

Gruesome moment in Irish history won't be forgotten: Irish News
Jim Gibney

US fury at calls for Maze escapee to be jailed: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Ministerial moves lead to mistrust: The News Letter
Editorial

Lockerbie release – Mercy is not a sign of weakness: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Glasgow has more parades than Belfast and Londonderry combined: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Thursday, August 20

Tension grows in village over loyalist parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Appeal for cool heads over contentious Orange parade: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

UPRG deny loyalist 'split': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Police search at dissident's home: Irish News
Allison Morris

Frontline policing a casualty of budget shortfalls: Belfast Media
Jimmy Spratt

PSNI needs to make a difference on the ground: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Call for GAA 'paramilitary display' investigation: UTV Internet

GAA wrong to host event – McCausland: The News Letter

SDLP and SF clash over H-Block GAA club event: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Politics in sport is so divisive: The News Letter
Editorial

Protestant unity call: Londonderry Sentinel

Orange Hall attack third in month: BBC

Pure Hatred: Coleraine Times

Bonfires require more regulation: Irish News
Editorial

D-day scheduled – Brennan told he's leaving Friday: Irish Echo
Peter McDermott

Let Brennan stay: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Jail escapees 'must not get an amnesty': The News Letter

Why Irish American vote is more important than ever: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Stella O'Leary

Man jailed for boat bomb now SF activist: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Did the Irish government seriously consider invading?: Derry Journal
Edward Longwill

Sound of silence safest for mealy-mouthed unionists: Irish News
Brian Feeney

IRA capitalised on British army routine: Irish News
Jonathan Drennan

Given their marching orders on Glasgow streets: The Scotsman
Stephen McGinty

Orange Order 'under attack' over parades, claims chief: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Wednesday, August 19

McGuinness – DUP mustn't shy away from justice devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

No more dithering on justice powers: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness – I still keep in touch with Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Lead kindly politicians amidst the encircling gloom: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

No date yet for DPP meeting: Derry Journal

New chief constable's PR skills will serve him well: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Ex-Provos swell RAAD ranks: Derry Journal

Family flee home after gang attack: UTV Internet

Campbell 'attempted to buy arms for group': The Times
Tony Halpin

Bomb suspect's brother goes on trial over Baltic weapons sting: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

RIRA arms trial adjourned: UTV Internet

The Big Question – How active is the Real IRA, and what can the security forces do about it?: The Independent
David McKittrick

Attack on McDaid family home: UTV Internet

Burning an 'insult' to Protestants: Derry Journal

INLA 'tells ex-member it will delay his release': Irish News
Allison Morris

Battle ahead over release of the Saville Report: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Omagh bomb victim's mother says – The pain never goes away: Derry Journal

McCausland slams H-Block event: BBC

My father was also a Clonard defender: Belfast Media

Eyewitness steps up to clear trooper's name after 40 years: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Ballymurphy Massacre victims are remembered: Belfast Media (Aug 11)
Roisin McManus

Order took fire taking wounded to hospital: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

West Belfast recalls pogrom: Belfast Media

Reminiscing no substitute for objective historical accounts: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

Demand grows for North envoy: Belfast Media

Miliband has a point on violence: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

A motley range of separatists struggle for state recognition of their identity: Financial Times
James Matthews

Bid to cut 90% of parades by Loyal Orders: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Tuesday, August 18

Donaldson urges jail for Maze escapee: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Woodward urged to seek extradition of IRA escapee: The News Letter

Sectarian attacks ahead of Rasharkin parade: The News Letter

Spate of attacks ahead of march: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Call for Orange volunteers to end attacks: The News Letter

International rights adviser to examine riot baton round use International rights adviser to examine riot baton round use: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Real IRA' man faces trial in Lithuania accused of arms dealing for dissident group: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Hough

Vilnius 'Real IRA' trial to open: BBC
Richard Galpin

H-Block prison protests marked: Irish News
Allison Morris

Father willing to meet Mountbatten bomber: The News Letter

Loyalist mob attack on Catholic homes recalled: Irish News
Allison Morris

Events radicalised me overnight: Belfast Media (Aug 14)
Roisin McManus

I witnessed B Specials killing says missionary: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Blame Churches for the Troubles: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Seeds of a new life were sown beneath the trauma of 1969: Irish News
Roy Garland

Maze row over new call for demolition: The News Letter

Tyrone car bomb sinister – SDLP: Irish News
Ashleigh McDonald

Loyalist Mahood declared bankrupt: BBC

Memorial on display: Irish News

Undercover cops nab 'sectarian' Linfield fans: Derry Journal

Belfast appears to have a love affair with negativity: Irish News
Tom Kelly

British National Party – Mad as well as bad: The Guardian
Editorial

Monday, August 17

McGartland blames SF for loss of pension: Sunday Tribune (Aug 16)
Suzanne Breen

Dear Matt, it won't be all plain sailing at the helm of the PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Maze escapee set to be deported from US this week as final appeal fails: The Irish Times
Jim Dee

IRA militant's wife to stay in U.S.: San Antonio Express-News
Lynn Brezosky

Departing British envoy 'hopeful' of visit by Queen Elizabeth: The Irish Times
Michael Parsons

Orange hall defaced and damaged in attack: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalists blamed for window-smashing spree: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Ulster tensions rise as court is torched: The Scotsman
Ian Graham

Tall Ships – It's Belfast's moment, let's build on it: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Making sense of Dover Street 1969: Belfast Media (Aug 14)

Protestants 'fearful' of invasion from south: Irish News (Aug 14)

Neeson shines spotlight on the Troubles: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com (Aug 12)
Kelly Fincham

Remembering the 1981 hunger-strikers: Belfast Media (Aug 14)
Editorial

Frustration once again: Irish Independent (Aug 15)
Editorial

Peter King Watch: The Spectator (Aug 4)
Alex Massie

Unionist anger at Miliband comments: The News Letter

An Post plantation gets my stamp of approval: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Sunday, August 16

Crisis looms on policing powers: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Policing for Ardoyne rioting costs £422,000: The News Letter

Baggott talks of challenge ahead: The News Letter

Profile – Matt Baggott: The Sunday Times

North is still fertile seedbed of division: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Do Protestants no longer matter in Londonderry?: Londonderry Sentinel
Clare Weir

Dissidents linked to parade halt: BBC

Premises hit in sectarian attacks: BBC

Victims campaigner calls for probe into gun photo: Londonderry Sentinel

Roadblock fire in Northern Ireland marks beginning of Troubles: Scottish Sunday Mail

Murdered Lord Louis backed Irish unification: Sunday Independent
Andrea Byrne

Mountbatten 'a marked man for 20 years': The Sunday Times
Colin Coyle

Police turn to inmate to help solve 1995 case of disappearing man: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Gary Craig

SF on road from Navan to nowhere: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Sinn Fein runs into problems funding fight against Lisbon: Irish Independent
Aidan O'Connor

After the Troubles, Telling Different Stories: New York Times
Terrence Rafferty

Shinners trapped in Northern light: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon



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