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Thursday, January 31

Fulton to hand over MI5 tapes to O’Loan: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

‘Biggest crack in a wall of silence’: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Ahern calls for independent Omagh inquiry: UTV Internet

Civil case cash plea by Omagh relatives: Electronic Telegraph
George Jones

Establishing truth amid the Omagh PR: Irish News
Jude Collins

INLA denies threats against loyalists: BBC

Trimble defends former IRA man's post: The Newsletter

Cox to visit NI to discuss EU links: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Not business as usual for North pols in U.S.: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

World economic forum: Adams in US to discuss next steps for peace: Irish News
William Graham

Violence leads to higher police recruitment: UTV Internet

Cop crisis: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Omagh and Bloody Sunday -- unity among the grieving: Irish Echo
John Kelly

Thousands honour victims of Bloody Sunday massacre: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Time to draw a line under Bloody Sunday, says Reid: Belfast Telegraph

Civil rights marches recalled: The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Political impact of Bloody Sunday: BBC
Mark Devenport

Changed utterly: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Bloody Sunday leader finds faith in film: BBC
Dominic Casciani

Ireland is now united in tourism: Irish Echo
Eileen Murphy

Wednesday, January 30

Security forces will be 'made to testify' at inquests: The Independent
David McKittrick

Doubt cast on Colombia Three arms link: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

LVF deny RHD cover name claims: The Newsletter
Stephen Dempster

Would any self-respecting politician talk to the LVF?: The Newsletter
Editorial

DUP denies Sinn Fein reversal: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein at Westminster: The Newsletter
Alex Kane

Police chief cleared of giving reporter IRA suspect's name: Electronic Telegraph
Nigel Bunyan

Durkan repeats call for Finucane, Nelson inquiries: RTE

Council clash over RUC honour: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

SDLP raise Omagh concerns with Blair: BBC

Laugh at that then, y'bstard: Index on Censorship (Jan 27)
Rohan Jayasekera

Police chief on IRA bomb leak charge cleared: The Guardian
Helen Carter

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Kevin Myers

'Bloody Sunday' of '72: Digging Anew for the Truth: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Why unionist anger grows as Saville inquiry goes on and on: The Irish Times
Gregory Campbell

30 years on, the wound is still open: The Guardian
Derek Brown

The laborious effort to purge a bitter legacy: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Families’ confidence in Saville being ‘eroded by interference’: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Bloody Sunday: The Guardian
Editorial

Understanding Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Finding Truth in Derry: The Irish Times
Editorial

Quest for truth must continue: Irish News
Editorial

Provos' 'wall of silence' condemned: Irish Independent

Inquiry to hear RUC evidence: BBC

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Bloody Sunday shooting claim: UTV Internet

Tuesday, January 29

IRA arms did go to Colombia, says rebel: The Independent
Arifa Akbar

Omagh relatives may withdraw support: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Plea for republican information on Omagh bomb: Irish Independent
Liz Walsh and Louise McCall

Intimidation 'made 300-plus homeless': The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Teachers are targets of new Loyalist death threats: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

Loyalists may get 'amnesty': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein challenge to loyalist: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland and the Holocaust: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Has Northern Ireland become a cold place for Unionists?: (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 25)
Gearoid O Caireallain

Disarm redundant weapons now: (from The Blanket)
Paul Fitsimmons

Unionist MLA ejected for murder allegation: BBC

Pragmatist protector of a bruised economy: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Parade rumpus over cardinal’s elevation: Irish News
Ray O'Hanlon

City should unveil its real face in culture challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Time to leave the bigots behind: (from Irelandclick.com)
Editorial

Irish Voice libel case to stay in US: Irish News

I was a teenage Provo: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

The bloody truth: Sunday Business Post (Jan 27)
Damien Kiberd

30,000 due at 'Sunday' march: Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday movies "not approved": Irish Independent

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Teen 'didn't have nail bombs': Irish Independent
George Jackson

Monday, January 28

Thugs force out campaigner who challenged Ulster bigots: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Group new voice for UDA?: UTV Internet

Informer in threat to reveal agents: Irish News
Bimpe Fatogun

Ahern is a hypocrite over SF ban, says Adams: Irish Examiner
Carl O’Brien

Sinn Féin has to earn trust of the Irish people: Irish Examiner
Editorial

How INLA helped bomb Omagh: Ireland on Sunday (Jan 27)

Car thief 'clue' to Omagh bombing: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Omagh relatives to meet Policing Board: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

Adams — 'No faith in Omagh inquiry': BBC

Super-sleuth image gets hammered by reality of Omagh: Ireland on Sunday (Jan 27)
Anne Cadwallader

Expert to help Colombia 3 case: Irish News
Aeneas Bonner

British reexamining 'Bloody Sunday' of '72: Boston Globe (Jan 27)
Charles M. Sennott

Bloody Sunday truth finally pulls through: (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 24)
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Victims’ brother calls for declaration of innocence for those killed and wounded: Irish Examiner
Vik Iyer

Gangsters or guerrillas?: The Guardian

Thirty years on – The Maidstone: (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 24)
Anthony Neeson

Holiday treat for Holy Cross pupils: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Memorial garden tribute to bomb experts: UTV Internet

Sunday, January 27

1,000 Northern Ireland police off sick every day: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Police criticism persists despite Omagh sentencing: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Police set for more Omagh bomb arrests: The Sunday Times (sign-in required)
Maeve Sheehan & Liam Clarke

Omagh accused flee as police move in: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Veneer of decency shatters for the millionaire terrorist: Sunday Independent
Jimmy Guerin

Omagh conviction 'a smokescreen': BBC

Adams agrees Omagh bombers should be caught: UTV Internet

Flanagan loses battle for hearts and minds of Omagh relatives: Sunday Business Post
Anton McCabe

When is someone going to say sorry: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

O'Loan office now a symbol of division: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

Where the RUC went wrong: Electronic Telegraph
John Ware

One of them has to go: Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

Where advocates get fat and killers walk: Electronic Telegraph
Kevin Myers

Real IRA should be the target, not past police failures: Sunday Independent
Joe Mac Anthony

Resolve Omagh bombing dispute: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Garda credibility is now at stake: Sunday Business Post
Editorial

Martin McGuinness: Is it time for an Ulster Truth Commission?: Independent on Sunday
Colin Brown

The Tories are flogging a dead horse: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Tricolour flies but still poles apart: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sinn Fein's sights on the Dail: BBC
Mark Devenport

Choosing Sinn Fein without knowing what it stands for: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Bloody Sunday was our September 11: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Let's have the bloody truth: The Observer
Peter Pringle

Focus — Northern Ireland: Scotland on Sunday
Conal Urquhart

Police and soldiers injured in ambush: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Nationalists criticise parades conference: BBC

Sinn Fein man meets Basques: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Saturday, January 26

Loyalist group urges review of agreement: The Times
David Lister

UDA finds its voice with new political group: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

UDA accused of issuing death threats: UTV Internet

Adams high in the polls: Belfast Telegraph

Why Sinn Fein package attracts young voters: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

14 years for Omagh terrorist: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

I think he knew what he was doing, says relative: The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

Detectives set to go after real bombers: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Omagh controversy will not go away you know: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Refusal by Sinn Fein for support: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Trimble advocates publishing of reports on Omagh: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Questions on Omagh still to be answered: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

First step for Omagh: Irish Independent
Editorial

Policing after Omagh: The Irish Times
Editorial

We scuttled Flanagan's FBI job, priest says: Ulster Herald
Rosetta Donnelly

Still no let-up in the winter of discontent: Irish News
James Kelly

Bloody Sunday horror revisited: Sydney Morning Herald
Peter Fray

After years of pain, a time for forgiving: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

A fight for justice and a healing of wounds: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

McGuinness faces pressure over IRA murders: UTV Internet

New Successes and Setbacks for Sinn Féin: World Press Review (Jan 17)
Denis Fitzgerald

Talking the talk and glowering the glower: Irish Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'A turning point for Northern Ireland': Irish World
Peter Kelly

Trimble talks in US may proceed: Irish News
William Graham

Economic forum to focus on the North: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

New bid for parades talks: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Satirical Northern website an equal opportunity abuser: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

Trimble chooses ex-IRA killer as his spin doctor: Electronic Telegraph
Andy McSmith

Crackdown forces jail to increase spaces for dissident republicans: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Friday, January 25

Ulster police chief fails to placate Omagh families: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Omagh informant was completely unreliable, says Flanagan: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Sir Ronnie, O'Loan told to end the 'battering match': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Trimble pleads for end to war of words: Irish Independent

Ahern still backs O'Loan inquiry call: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy, Dan Keenan and Gerry Moriarty

O'Loan reply: 'Waffle, with no meat': The Guardian
Nick Hopkins

Warning over gardaí at Flanagan talk: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan

Master of public relations finds it gets lonely at the top: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Police chief fighting for his reputation: The Scotsman
Malachi O’Doherty

Police response to Omagh criticisms is impressive but not conclusive: The Independent
David McKittrick

Sir Ronnie delivers his punch and we now await the third and final round: The Irish Times
Chris Ryder

Let us not forget real culprits of Omagh: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Omagh relatives are main concern: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Omagh inquiry must continue despite conflict: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Adopting a wait and see attitude: Irish News
Editorial

Omagh bomb plotter to be sentenced: BBC

Justice needs institutional truth: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Kevin Myers

To be or not to be? A loyalist quandary: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

John Reid - One year on: BBC
Mark Simpson

Cowen says he would oppose FF forming government with SF: The Irish Times
Miriam Donohoe

Shinners at sea: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Orange group denies death threat: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

FF ‘plunges into deep green water’: Irish News (Jan 24)
Jude Collins

Birnie warns unionists against paranoia: UTV Internet

You reap what you sow: (from Irelandclick.com)
Des Wilson

Adams Cuba Trip a Fatal Mistake: NewsMax.com
Grant M. Lally

Journalist refuses to name source: The Guardian
Helen Carter

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Victim's son urges soldiers to 'tell the truth': UTV Internet

Presence of civilian gunman claimed: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Another witness tells of soldiers in Bogside: UTV Internet

Thursday, January 24

Ulster police dismiss Omagh bomb findings: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Politicians react to Omagh 'riposte': BBC

Sir Ronnie gives reasonable defence to O'Loan report: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Garda now 'on trial': Belfast Telegraph

Flanagan to be joined by gardai at Omagh meeting: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan, Gerry Moriarty and Mark Hennessy

Omagh Victims to sue Murphy: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Bomber 'moved assets out of reach': The Times
David Lister

Omagh relatives get some justice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

RUC/PSNI - Sectarian, inefficient or both? (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 18)
John Gormley

Cold house: The Times
Editorial

Irish unity still an issue in North: The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Ahern acid test awaits as the sweetness sours: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

'No proposal' to build peace wall near Holy Cross primary school: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

People power: (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 21)
Editorial

Ex-soldier returns medal to Blair: Electronic Telegraph
David Sapsted

Outrage is just an emotion too far: Irish News
Andy Wood

Threats to 'no march' leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Time to move on for soldiers of Ebrington: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Troop levels 'will not be reduced': BBC

Protestant fury at removal of watchtower: Irish Independent

Secret meeting unites republican MPs: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Labour urged: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Dykes

Bloody Sunday inquiry to move from Province: The Times
Frances Gibb

Sunday 30 January 1972: A bloody day in the life of Martin McGuinness: The Independent
David McKittrick

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New Bloody Sunday claim: UTV Internet

McGuinness says IRA had armoury of 25 weapons: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Wednesday, January 23

Militant Convicted of Conspiracy in Omagh Bombing: Washington Post
T.R. Reid

Catalogue of errors undermined Ireland's biggest murder hunt: The Guardian
Nick Hopkins

Omagh plotter was a terrorist for 30 years: The Times
David Lister

All Omagh bombers 'will be caught': BBC

‘There were bodies everywhere, it was like a killing field’: Irish Examiner
Mark Sage

He didn't look like an evil man, but then, they never do: Irish Independent
Miriam Lord

Omagh: the beginning of the end: The Herald
Lorna Martin

First step towards justice for the victims and families: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

The RUC vindicated: Electronic Telegraph
Editorial

Tainted evidence probe shadows Omagh verdict: Irish Examiner
Editorial

A triumph for the law: Irish Independent
Editorial

Flanagan ready for ‘difficult’ meeting with Omagh families: The Scotsman
Paul Gallagher

Spreading the pain: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

British press slam Sinn Fein’s arrival: Irish News
Kieran McDaid

Is small step for Sinn Fein big leap for republicanism?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

North Belfast given £11m for rebuilding: Electronic Telegraph

Sectarian division is becoming wider: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Blair warned about amnesty for fugitives: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Unionists and a matter of identity: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Alliance call for review of Agreement: BBC

Unionism is impaled on divide over Belfast agreement: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

UUP peer hits out at drive for PSNI recruits: Belfast Telegraph

500 soldiers return as base closed down: UTV Internet

Allow the privilege of thinking for oneself: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 21)
Malachi O'Doherty

Rodgers condemns attacks: UTV Internet

Bomber's long journey on the road from Brighton: Belfast Telegraph
Una Bradley

Support grows for splitting church and state link: The Guardian
Alan Travis

McGuinness tells of his IRA role on Bloody Sunday: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Bloody Sunday film to reach US: BBC

Bloody Sunday still casts a long shadow: Irish Independent
James Downey

Lesson in the futility of violence: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

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Evidence implies that no specific order was made: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Catholic keyholders 'not warned of trouble': UTV Internet

Tuesday, January 22

Oaths sworn as Adams occupies Westminster: The Times
Ben MacIntyre

Cometh the glower, cometh the men: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

Adams comfortable at seat of government: Electronic Telegraph
Andy McSmith

We'll never take our seats, says Adams: The Herald
Michael Settle

Sinn Fein's road to Westminster: BBC
Stephen Walker

Sinn Fein red carpet is 'red rag' to Paisley: The Times
David Charter

Another surrender: Electronic Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Fein at Westminster: The Scotsman
Editorial

Go to sleep my weary Provo: (from Fortnight)
Anthony McIntyre

Adams renews charge of British collusion with loyalist gangs: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Lords attack arms deadline plans: BBC

Working under a different pressure: (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 18)
Monica McWilliams

Death of loyalist to be investigated: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

Collective politics is our only way out: (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 18)
David Ervine

The hidden danger gap in our peace: Irish News
Briedge Gadd

As I see it: (from Irelandclick.com)
Danny Morrison

Omagh police's terrorist logbook 'vanished': The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Detective denies 'crazy' IRA leak: The Times
Russell Jenkins

SDLP gets on the bandwagon to woo young voters: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Belfast man who served 13 years for murder is cleared by court of appeal: The Irish Times

Anti-Catholic charge clouds Florida sun: Irish News
Ray O'Hanlon

McCabe killers granted leave to challenge imprisonment: RTE

Burnside makes inquiry call: UTV Internet

ITV hails Sunday 'success': BBC

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Bloody Sunday dreadful, Hume tells inquiry: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Hume tells inquiry of his fear of paratroopers prior to march: Irish Examiner
Ruth O’Reilly

Confusion about Hume's position on Derry march: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Inquiry told of police apology: UTV Internet

Monday, January 21

Police under attack as rival Belfast mobs riot: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

RUC Omagh admission: The Times
David Lister

TV programme forces agent to go into hiding: The Irish Times

Flanagan expected to reject Omagh report: Irish Examiner
Deric Henderson

Sir Ronnie goes on the offensive over Omagh: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

MP claims police reforms are being mishandled: UTV Internet

Loyalist’s death to be probed by O’Loan: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

LVF target vows he will not yield: Sunday Life (Jan 20)

Pluralism can warm up our ‘cold house’: Irish News
Roy Garland

N. Ireland's continuing agony: Cleveland Plain Dealer
Editorial

The long hard road to peace: Irish News
Editorial

Gunmen back to evil ways: Sunday Life (Jan 20)
Editorial

SDLP man hurt in ‘republican attack’: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Four Sinn Fein MPs to use their Westminster privileges: Electronic Telegraph
Andrew Sparrow

An Open Letter To Gerry Adams MP: (from SourceUK.net)
Harry Barnes

Offices a small step on the road to equality: Irish News
Pat Doherty

Hume gives Bloody Sunday evidence: BBC

Fees rise for Bloody Sunday lawyers: The Guardian
Clare Dyer

Bloody Sunday film wins US award for best world cinema: Electronic Telegraph
Oliver Poole

'Everything was chaos ...blood was pouring from my eyes': Sunday Life (Jan 20)
Ciaran McGuigan

Paedophiles get stark warning from the UVF: The Times
David Lister

Don't pin this on us - IRA hardmen: Sunday Life (Jan 20)

Assembly debate on bomb files: BBC

'She was the only man on the Falls Road': The Guardian
Mary O'Hara

Sunday, January 20

Outrage rampant at funeral of murdered mailman: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Adams accuses British of tolerating Loyalist attacks: Scotland on Sunday

Loyalists make mockery of 'peace': The Observer
Henry McDonald

UDA works under many cover names: Sunday Business Post
Frank Connolly

The days when terrorists can get political results are over: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

A view from Napoleon's Nose: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Loyalist 'think tank' aims to offer alternatives to violence: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Hannibal the loyalist: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Support critical to police success: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Omagh judgement will jolt Garda: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

Fury as IRA fugitives win amnesty: The Observer
Henry McDonald

US policy on North shifts ground: Sunday Business Post
Maol Muire Tynan

Sinn Fein will take Westminster seats claims Trimble: UTV Internet

Ahern Cold War on Adams, SF: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Perspectives: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Harry Potter and the truth about the North: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

NI decisions buried in consultation: BBC
Mark Simpson

US says RUC colluded in Nelson bomb: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

I fired shots on Bloody Sunday, says IRA man: Electronic Telegraph
Daniel Foggo and Alan Murray

'The Irish suffered, but it was a great tragedy for Britain, too': Independent on Sunday
Claudia Joseph

Sinn Fein wants to keep those 13 ghosts walking: Electronic Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

'I still feel a large degree of culpability': Independent on Sunday
Simon O'Hagan

Why no Enniskillen movie on Protestant suffering?: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The cost of Bloody Sunday: The Observer
Louis Blom-Cooper

Hume to tell inquiry he opposed Derry march: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn MacDermott

Bloody Sunday lawyer earns £1m: The Sunday Times
John Burns

Finucane's widow wants Thatcher government's secret talks disclosed: Sunday Business Post
Frank Connolly

Expose the truth: Sunday Business Post
Editorial

Irish peace process shocks McGuinness into poetry: The Sunday Times
Richard Brooks

Call made over inquiry: UTV Internet

US friend not US lackey: Sunday Business Post
Tim Pat Coogan

Saturday, January 19

Rallies reject sectarian hatred: The Scotsman
Tara Womersley

A union banner shouting 'Stop': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Working in fear: BBC

Civic Society has its say: The Irish Times
Editorial

Standing up for a peaceful future: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Minister caught in firebomb attack: The Times
Greg Hurst

Head girl becomes streetwise in north Belfast: The Irish Times
Róisín Ingle

Omagh police in bomb papers scandal: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan and Nick Hopkins

Omagh trial verdict due next week: Belfast Telegraph

Adams to have House offices: The Times
David Charter

Alliance urge voting move: UTV Internet

Woman arrested over bombing campaign: BBC

SDLP denies 'exodus of Derry Protestants' claim: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Police chief 'treated like sacrificial lamb': The Guardian
Helen Carter

Security forces colluded in Finucane murder - Dickson: UTV Internet

Cornish nationalists end 'racist' campaign: The Times
Simon de Bruxelles

Friday, January 18

Haass disagrees with Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

Relatives lobby Haass for meeting: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Belfast terror: Boston Globe
Editorial

Sharing all of the benefits of peace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

McGuinness denies Sinn Fein double standards: UTV Internet

New row over plans for Ulster amnesty: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Postal workers return to work: BBC

INLA: We're no threat to Protestants: (from Irelandclick.com)
Allison Morris

Thousands in North expected to protest at murder: RTE

Businesses urged to back northern anti-sectarian movement: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Those who deal in death must not win: Irish News
Joanna Braniff

Day when all decent people demand an end to violence: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

A united people can defeat terror: Irish News
Editorial

Who’s really to blame for the mess?: (from Irelandclick.com)
Des Wilson

Double standards among two-nationists: The Irish Times
John O'Farrell

North's beleaguered police choosing sick days over work: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

PSNI has its own answers: (from Irelandclick.com)
Editorial

MPs back Sinn Fein conduct motion: BBC

Smyth: 'Ban continuity IRA funding': UTV Internet

Families of murdered solicitors say judge is a stalling device: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Bloody Sunday 'appeasement' claim: UTV Internet

Bloody Sundance: Toronto Globe and Mail (Jan 17)
Doug Saunders

Back in action: The Guardian
Emma Brockes

Derry man takes inquiry into realm of high-tech: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

Tenth anniversary of Teebane remembered: Irish News
Kieran McDaid

Reid pledge on files not enough, say relatives: Electronic Telegraph

Thursday, January 17

Postal staff resume work after death threat is withdrawn: The Independent
David McKittrick

Nationalists sceptical about terror group’s disbandment claim: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Threatened teachers voice outrage: BBC

Reid urges protest rally support: UTV Internet

Separate roads that lead to murder: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Collapse of agreement is ultimate goal: The Irish Times
Steven King

What makes the loyalists angry is seeing the other side doing so well: The Independent
David McKittrick

No messing with middle classes...: Irish News
Jude Collins

Paramilitaries confused and divided: BBC
Kevin Connolly

Target selection by ‘knuckle walkers’: Irish News
Andy Wood

Standing up to the threat of evil: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police must bring terror groups to justice: Irish Examiner
Editorial

SDLP concern over intelligence: Belfast Telegraph

US envoy laments Belfast's violence: Boston Globe
Charles M. Sennott

Haass invites N Ireland police to train with FBI: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

US plea over policing fails to move SF: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Ban on Real IRA wing rejected: Electronic Telegraph
David Graves

Andrews says Irishmen in Bogota 'physically well': The Irish Times
Caroline O'Doherty

DUP entitled to papers: UTV Internet

Amnesty battle looms: Irish News
Liz Trainor

'If innocent citizens were deliberately killed by servants of the State we all need to know': The Scotsman
Eamon McCann

Bloody Sunday law firms seek to double rates: The Times
Frances Gibb & Greg Hurst

Mandelson warns about escalating Saville costs: RTE

The rich lawyers who saved Londonderry: The Times
Steve Keenan & Giles Whittell

Politics before justice: Electronic Telegraph
Editorial

We need to reform the legal services: The Independent
Editorial

Britain urged to co-operate with investigation into 1974 bombings: Irish Examiner
Mícheál Lehane

Reid to meet bomb judge: UTV Internet

Wednesday, January 16

UFF condemns 'Red Hand' threats: The Times
David Lister

UDA is a mystery to Irish Americans: Irish News (Jan 15)
Ray O'Hanlon

Republicans threaten M&S workers: BBC

Support builds for ICTU work stoppage protest: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Mourners line streets for murdered postman: The Independent
David McKittrick

Sinn Fein: 'Confront UDA' appeal: UTV Internet

Dealing with UDA is Reid’s responsibility: Irish News
Brian Feeney

United stand in face of adversity: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

US joins criticism of N Ireland violence: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Bush envoy to meet North's new Police Board: RTE

99 paramilitary murders but just one conviction: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey & Sharon O’Neill

Belfast's Days of Fear: The Irish Times
Editorial

Communities still have to put aside hatred, says expert: Irish Examiner
Evelyn Ring

The search for hope amid reminders of a painful past: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Agreement left unionists a community in retreat: The Irish Times
Brian Feeney

North South cooperation row: UTV Internet

Secret agents 'operating with impunity' in North: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

Colombia Three guaranteed protection of their human rights: Irish Examiner
Catherine Shanahan

£100m bill for inquiry into Bloody Sunday: Electronic Telegraph
Ted Oliver

Production looks at inquiry impact: Belfast Telegraph

Gardai accused of delaying UK police in bomb investigation: The Irish Times

Sinn Fein is blamed after crash scene police attack: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Backing for the police is essential: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Dissidents set to 'give lesson' to lawbreakers: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

Reid has reneged, claims father of LVF chief: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland economy - an engine with very few moving parts: (from Irelandclick.com, Jan 14)
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Six minutes of history add to the Church debate: Belfast Telegraph
Nicholas Leonard


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