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Saturday, January 31

DUP Rules Out Face-To-Face Meeting With Sinn Fein: Derry Journal

'We will see that day': Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Jan 27)
Mark Bixler

Playing the politics game: BBC
Martina Purdy

Understanding is achievable: (from the Irish News)

Unionists meet to discuss defections: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Pay Attention To What The Voters Want: The News Letter

Nationalist Euro hopes scuppered by Paisley move: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Finucane accused 'fears for his life': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Charges dropped against pair in North spy case: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Colombia Three delay criticised: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

US peace envoy to meet NI parties: UTV Internet

Adams meets Reiss for 90 mins.: Irish Echo

Row brews Down Under over Adams' out-of-reach Ä120 dinners: Irish Independent (Jan 27)
Tom Felle

Put up or . . .: Irish Echo

Bomb At Loyalist Office 'Could Have Killed': The News Letter

Homes Of Sinn Fein Members Attacked: The News Letter

Derry Loyalists To Meet Secretary Of State: Derry Journal

UDA heard -- without pipe bombs: Irish Echo

Decision to axe police reserve defended: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Attwood Remarks Vindicate SF Policing Position: Derry Journal

House of Lords to hear claims of 'shoot-to-kill policy': Irish Examiner
Mícheál Lehane

Threats meant my home had to become a fortress: Daily Telegraph (Jan 26)

Bail warning from Chief Justice: UTV Internet

Dear Sir, I write to complain...again: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Cool Britannia: Irish Independent

Friday, January 30

Paisley says meeting Taoiseach 'a good beginning': The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Guns the big challenge for peace review, says Paisley: Irish Independent
Andrew Woodcock & Dan McGinn

Handshakes behind closed doors usher in a new era: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

DUP selection of ex-UDA man 'odd': (from the Irish News, Jan 19)
Sharon O'Neill

Sinn Fein Wishlist Comes Under Fire: The News Letter

UUP Youth Wing Folds: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Court bid to have Cory published: Belfast Telegraph

SF warn over 'lost voters': UTV Internet

Adams Accused Of Failing Constituents: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Voters ducking out of their civic duty: (from the Irish News, Jan 22)
Newton Emerson

Row at Trimble rights outburst: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Weapons amnesty extended: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 28)

Fair Deal For UDR Widows: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Two jailed over McCabe death raid lose Supreme Court plea for freedom: Irish Independent
John Maddock

Net bid to save Bobby Sands Street, Tehran: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Pride In Being British . . . Or Is Irish Better?: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Shorts faces Protestant redundancy row: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

TV Times: The Blanket
Eamon Sweeney

Award Treble For BBC Holy Cross Drama: The News Letter

Tolerance and togetherness - Catholic style: The Scotsman (Jan 28)
Fordyce Maxwell

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

New ban on parade for Bloody Sunday: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Ex-Provo refuses to say if McGuinness gave Bloody Sunday orders: UTV Internet

Witness X to deny being in IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Bloody Sunday Inquiry latest: UTV Internet

Thursday, January 29

Campbell - Republic has changed for better: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Taoiseach to meet DUP delegation in London: RTE

Robinson plays down significance of DUP's Ahern meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Unionists Marginalised - DUP: The News Letter

UU activists put hearts and souls through wringer: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams rejects funding claims: BBC

Ahern joins the attack on SF's IRA connection: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin agenda calls for Dunblane-style gun controls in the North: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

SF 'focusing on policing powers': UTV Internet

Why the full time reserve has to go: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Human rights groups are complicit in murder, says Trimble: The Guardian
Giles Tremlett

New JFK is man of many parts - but not one of them is Irish: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Legal bid on Cory report: (from the Irish News)

IRA punishment attacks: 4 held: UTV Internet

Shooting The Fenians: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Small steps to help root out prejudice: (from the Irish News)
Aeneas Bonner

Laird hails heritage tourism potential: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 27)
Ciaran O'Neill

State may land in Euro dock over bombings: Irish Independent

UK 'probably colluded' over blasts terror: Irish Independent
Bill Corcoran and Paul Melia

Former Justice Minister attacks Barron Report: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

No nonsense from this FG toughie: Irish Independent
Miriam Lord

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Bloody Sunday update: UTV Internet

Saville Inquiry - Saville evidence deadline looms: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Wednesday, January 28

Latest mass flight from UUP may be 'setting a pattern': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Iris Robinson Is Laughing Off A UUP Unity Call: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Sinn Fein to announce priorities: BBC

TDs hold Colombia three talks: Belfast Telegraph
Dan McGinn

Ahern and UPRG talks 'will go on': (from the Irish News)

Martin McAleese talked to UDA: Irish Examiner

Paramilitaries are friends to no-one: (from the Irish News)

Charges against spy ring suspects reduced: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jan 25)
Susan McKay

Pressure grows on Blair to publish killings reports: Belfast Telegraph

Police union 'clinging to the past': BBC

Dump The Police Quota - Hermon: The News Letter

Is police service more acceptable to Catholics?: Impartial Reporter (Jan 22)

Equality Body Not Doing Duty - Nesbitt: The News Letter (Jan 22)

Equality body hits back at criticism: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Rubbish!: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

City 'Is Not' Racist Capital Of Europe: The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

Committee to study child poverty on both sides of Belfast's peace line: Irish Examiner (Jan 21)
Dan McGinn

DUP High Sheriff Soldiers On Despite Lord Mayor Snub: The News Letter
Clare Weir

London 2012 bid may suffer after BOA angers Irish counterparts: The Independent
Matthew Beard

Fitzgerald surprised by Barron conclusions: RTE

Gardai guilty of 'litany of errors' in probing atrocity: Irish Independent
Bill Corcoran

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Wounded and dead treated as carcasses: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Bloody Sunday Inquiry update: UTV Internet

Tuesday, January 27

Taoiseach warns loyalists to end violence and crime: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Don't expect compromise when Ahern, 'dinosaur' Paisley meet: Boston Herald (Jan 26)
Jim Dee

Trimble's Critics In Bann Go Out Into The Cold: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Trying too hard gives the lie to an identity crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Flag Rivalry Raises Police Talks Fear: The News Letter
Nevin Farrell

PSNI Reserve abolition 'a nonsensical move': Belfast Telegraph

Faith In Police Falling - DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Are Protestants Losing Faith In The Police?: The News Letter

Sinn Féin banned from high sheriff ceremony: (from the Irish News, Jan 21)
Barry McCaffrey

Belfast 'the racist capital of Europe': UTV Internet

For God (and Ulster): Sunday Life (Jan 25)

Christians must 'unite': Belfast Telegraph
Brendan Mcdaid

Dialogue is better than holy huddles: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

'Examine loyalist links to racist attacks': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'I didn't kill Danny': Sunday Life (Jan 25)

We Have Much To Learn From Spain: The News Letter

Green light for Adams visit: Irish Echo (Aus)
Tom Felle

US state to celebrate cultural ties with Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Irish highlight funding anomaly: Daily Telegraph
Claire Middleton

Inquiry to hear of bomb victim who was in wrong place twice: Irish Independent
Bill Corcoran

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Journalists will risk jail to protect sources: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Real IRA prisoner gives tribunal evidence: Belfast Telegraph

Relatives need the truth says Sinn Féin: (from the Irish News)

Monday, January 26

Trimble feels heat as 30 party members walk out: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Knives out for Durkan: Sunday Life (Jan 25)

SDLP councillor defects to Sinn Féin: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jan 25)
Susan McKay

Options keep on shrinking for Trimble and the SDLP: Irish Independent

Don't believe everything the big snowman throws at you: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jan 25)
Susan McKay

Loyalist concerns get a hearing: The Scotsman
Kieran McDaid

Taoiseach to meet loyalists at secret Dublin location: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Tough measures for UDA prison wreckers: Sunday Life (Jan 25)
Alan Murray

Words of Freedom: (from
Danny Morrison

Police board warned over troubles probes: Sunday Life (Jan 25)
Alan Murray

NI families to picket MI5: UTV Internet (Jan 20)

Guns for ex-Paras as IRA threatens inquiry backlash: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Device found at sports club: BBC

RIR action wreathed in shame, say UDR vets: Sunday Life (Jan 25)
Stephen Breen

Now whenever we think of Britain we get warm feeling: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

IRA victims plan to sue Col Gaddafi: Sunday Life (Jan 25)

Pride or prejudice?: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

News Letter Will Shine By Its Own Light: The News Letter (Jan 23)

North 'needs to learn Holocaust lessons': Sunday Independent (Jan 25)

The One Eyed Observer: The Blanket (Jan 20)
Anthony McIntyre

Sunday, January 25

UUP members quit party: BBC

Lost generation for UUP - claim: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

DUP may soon face Sinn Féin at Stormont round table talks: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Middle And Upper Classes 'Shunned' Assembly Election: The News Letter (Jan 19)

Extremist gains slow momentum of Good Friday Accords: Chicago Sun Times (Dec 12)
John Darby

'Unwanted' election may have been all for the best: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

All our destinies are in Dr Paisley's hands: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

Bleak prospect for political progress: Belfast Telegraph

Rabble rouser Orangemen set to join DUP: (from The People, Jan 18)
Jason Johnson

Paisley misses a golden chance: Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh

Irish PM flies in for talks with loyalists: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Police watchdog lashes ten more RUC inquiries: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Orde 'ignoring ombudsman': (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Who is going to police the secret armies in the North?: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Horses or Zebras?: The Blanket (Jan 14)
Paul A. Fitzsimmons

Truth and justice slug it out at probe into Bloody Sunday: The Observer
Henry McDonald

McBride family in third challenge: Belfast Telegraph

Labour party urged to expand in NI: UTV Internet (Jan 23)

Five held after bat attack: BBC

Shinners turn fire on Coke: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Dublin embraces the dragon: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Saturday, January 24

DUP accused of Sinn Fein 'U-turn': BBC

'No SF in executive until IRA is gone': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Trimble Fears A Long Period Of Direct Rule: The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

Cooper Calls Loss Claims 'Propaganda': The News Letter

What if Paisley used his powers for good?: (from the Irish News)
Sean McManus

Parties roll up sleeves for review: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sinn Féin hits back at McDowell in funds row: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

New US envoy ready for first Ulster visit: Belfast Telegraph

Deportees and the Election: Irish Voice/

McGuinness Endorses Collusion Campaign: Derry Journal

Cover up denied in murder probe: BBC

Police reserve has a vital role to play: Belfast Telegraph

Plush puppies lap up Prime Time biases: Sunday Independent (Jan 18)
Eoghan Harris

Trimble discusses jail dispute: BBC

Ex-prisoner Says There Was No Riot In Maghaberry: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Streetwise... 'hard' men have soft spot for soap: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Men in shotgun attack horror: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Government's tongue-tied over cultural expression: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 20)
Patsy McGlone

Relatives of bombing victims relieved over inquest date: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Unionists Step In To Help Fund RIR Memorial: The News Letter

Flag snub to Countess slammed: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Fire Station Flag Ruling Must Not Create Tension - FBU: The News Letter (Jan 22)

"Bobby Sands" still hassles the Brits: (Jan 22)

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Journalists back at Saville probe: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Friday, January 23

Government has first face-to face talks with DUP in London next week: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

McGuinness on GFA review: UTV Internet

Blair urged to scale down army presence: UTV Internet

Shadow of gunman still looms large: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

DUP claims UUP defections: BBC

DUP leader earns praise from Ahern: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley's orange crush: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Filling Big Man's boots is a tall order: (from the News Letter, Jan 22)
Suzanne Breen

Demise of the Dinosaur?: The Blanket
Eamon Sweeney

McLaughlin Salutes 'Courageous Decision': Derry Journal (Jan 20)

Shock resignation is a blow to the SDLP: (from the Irish News, Jan 20)
William Graham

Nationalism at the crossroads: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Anger over minister's attack on SF funding: UTV Internet

Time To Bring An End To The Quangos: The News Letter

Clark blasts Bush on North: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Murals must go!: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

UDA 'not on ceasefire': BBC

Loyalists turn to new targets: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Boycotting belongs in the past: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Police Reserve Cuts Impossible - MLA: The News Letter
Karen Quinn

Impartial probe fight supported: (from the Irish News, Jan 21)
Sharon O'Neill

A call for justice: Irish Echo

British make no promises on future co-operation on 1974 bombings: Irish Examiner

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

IRA man 'tried to fire at army': The Scotsman
Rhiannon Edward

Journalists to protect sources at Inquiry: UTV Internet

Thursday, January 22

Britain urged to stand up to unionist hardliners: UTV Internet

PM hits out at funding for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

SDLP call for 'intensive' review: BBC

Govt to meet with DUP next week: RTE

'Remove Terrorists And Restore Confidence': Derry Journal (Jan 20)

Adams will attend review talks: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

UUP must complete process of reforms says senior party figure: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

UUP legal costs 'top £30,000': BBC

The Spark in Jeffery: The Blanket
James Fitzharris

UDA violence greeted with loud silence: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

UPRG in boycott Catholics call: (from The People, Jan 18)
Liz Trainor

Deeply Divisive, Ultimately Destructive: Derry Journal (Jan 20)

Intolerance in Northern Ireland - Religion, and Now Race: New York Times
Lizatte Alvarez

Irelandís racism is no surprise: (from the Irish News, Jan 15)
Jude Collins

Put the shoe on the other foot: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Ombudsman Report - A Damning Indictment: Derry Journal (Jan 20)

Taking Drumcree Abroad: The News Letter (Jan 19)

Anger at 'divisive' Ulster campaign: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis and Claire Cozens

SF Wants Separate Plot For Republican Dead: The News Letter (Jan 19)

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Former IRA man denies firing gun in the Bogside: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

Wednesday, January 21

British must justify silence over Finucane, judge rules: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

'I'm not running away from Europe': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paisley Mk II set to follow father into European arena: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

It Could Take Two To Fill Big Man's Shoes: The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

Looking back on a 25 years love-hate relationship: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Close Of A Chapter, But The End Is Not Nigh: The News Letter
Dan McGinn

Paisley departure marks a watershed: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley Now In A Position To Say Yes: The News Letter

Challenge of retiring trend: (from the Irish News)

Man blames IRA on attack: BBC

Village murder was an arrow through the heart of Ireland: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

'Defeatism' Led To RUC Errors: The News Letter
Ross Smith

A State of the Union Address: The Blanket
Eamon Sweeney

Racketeer battle 'being won': BBC (Jan 19)

UDA set to call off ceasefire: (from The People, Jan 18)
John McShane

Call to end bomb blast hearing: UTV Internet

Both North and British officials invited to testify: Irish Independent
Bill Corcoran

The Forgotten have their say in quest for justice: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Why there will be no public inquiry in bombings: Irish Independent

Barron Report - Relatives are owed public inquiry: Irish Examiner

Dunseith says back me or I quit in row over PSNI: (from The People, Jan 18)
Greg Harkin

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Bloody Sunday Inquiry update: UTV Internet

Tuesday, January 20

Adams leaves for US to brief senior officials: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Agreement review on agenda: BBC

Restricted vision but sights set on impossible demands: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Paisley quits Europe to fight Ahern: The Scotsman
John Innes

Paisley's exit from Europe: BBC
Mark Devenport

Militancy will prevent RSF having impact: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Put The Pride Back In Protestant: The News Letter

RUC made no effort to find loyalist murderers: The Independent
David McKittrick

He was just another catholic: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jan 18)
Susan McKay

Loyalist linked to many sectarian killings was quizzed over death: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Policing the police remains important: Belfast Telegraph

RUC corruption Ombudsman uncovers more collusion: Irish Examiner

Doubt over murder inquiry is disturbing: (from the Irish News)

Feisty judge won't let probe reports languish in limbo: Boston Herald (Jan 19)
Jim Dee

Finucane relatives begin legal action: UTV Internet

Protestant former RUC officer joins Sinn Fein: The Scotsman
John Innes

Leonard Quits SDLP: The News Letter

'Columbia three' verdit expected: UTV Internet

Politicians urge release of Colombia Three: Irish Independent
Kathy Donaghy

Loyalist inmates stage hunger strike: UTV Internet

Relatives Of Provo Victims Demand Justice: The News Letter

Bombings report to be studied: BBC

Schools hit by bomb alerts: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Bloody Sunday witness tells of threats by IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Bloody Sunday Inquiry update: UTV Internet

Monday, January 19

Ahern and Blair to discuss North, EU Constitution: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

The DUP can be moved (...not a prayer, Gerry): Sunday Life (Jan 18)
Lynda Gilby

Irish peace an oxymoron?: Toledo Blade (Dec 5)

McAllister wins stay, but treaty looms: Irish Echo

'Damning' report on murder: BBC

Wright dad issues telly challenge to Blair: Sunday Life (Jan 18)
Chris Anderson

Prison feud erupts into Mass brawl: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

UDA truce 'teetering on brink': Sunday Life (Jan 18)
Alan Murray

UVF move in to take on racist members: (from The People, Jan 11)

Officers injured in riot: BBC

Sands running out on Tehran tribute: Sunday Life (Jan 18)
Stephen Breen

Buried Secrets and Brutal Truths: (from
Danny Morrison

Too many unseen heroes in nationalism's one-eyed view: Sunday Independent (Jan 18)
Alan Ruddock

Troubles play breaks box-office records: Sunday Life (Jan 18)

1973 State papers

Say what you like, the Brits sure do know the Irish: The Blanket (Jan 6)
Sean Mc Manus

Sunday, January 18

Sinn Fein sticking to 'ballot box and Armalite' strategy: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Ian Pearson is living a politician's dream: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

The simpler way: The Observer
Mark Langhammer

They've finished dividing the sects — now for the races: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

On 'Prime Time' last week, Fine Gael TD Gay Mitchell and Sinn Fein TD Caoimhghin O'Caolain clashed . . .: Sunday Independent

Republican fundraising under spotlight: BBC
Mark Devenport

Peace III Funding Can Tackle Workplace Sectarianism: Derry Journal (Jan 16)

Republicans 'took most of peace funds': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

The long reach of the Red Hand: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Hoax alert in school grounds: BBC

The UDA way to lose friends: (from the Irish News)

Demilitarise Divis Tower: The Blanket
Kathleen O Halloran

'Dramatic improvements' as society falls apart at seams: Belfast Telegraph

CIRA man ostracised by inmates over book: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Tiocfaidh ár Irish lessons . . . we hope: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

SF cross-border voting campaign: UTV Internet

One in six prevented from voting in Northern elections: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

DUP calls for fresh inquiry into Teebane: (from the Irish News, Jan 15)
Maeve Connolly

Group to mark its 30th year: Belfast Telegraph
Fiona McIlwaine Biggins

Republican says Zionists will hijack Holocaust Day: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Saturday, January 17

Trimble bombshell: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Trimble's party 'in a sorry state': UTV Internet

Trimble's Fate Is Largely In His Own Hands: The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

Blair 'pandering to rejectionist unionists': UTV Internet

Mr. Blair puts the onus firmly on IRA: Belfast Telegraph

Ambiguity Over Guns Is Long Since Pointless: The News Letter

NI agreement review must ditch sectarian voting rules: (from the Irish Times)
David Ford

SDLP seeking European 'intervention' for peace: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

NI Civic Forum 'too costly to keep up': UTV Internet

Strange bedfellows: Irish Echo
Cahir O'Doherty

'Collusion killings' report — Minister challenged: UTV Internet

Cory's move puts pressure on Blair: Irish Echo
Peter Colgan

Blow the expense, as long as the boys behind bars are happy: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Pipe bomb at prison officers' HQ: BBC

UDA blamed for hoax alerts: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Nationalist Tactics Putting Strain On UDA Ceasefire Says UPRG: The News Letter

UDA should try non-violence: (from the Irish News)

McAllisters get a break: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Beatings at record level: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Father of missing man is threatened: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

IRA denies missing man threat claims: UTV Internet

Denial of rights deliberate, says judge in IRA case: Irish Independent

A distorted view of the 'new' Ireland: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 15)
Eric Waugh

Irishman campaigns against pope-burning: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Friday, January 16

DUP 'won't play positive role': BBC

Paisleyites cannot stop change: The Independent
Gerry Adams

Trimble faces critics after dissidents quit: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Blair issues ultimatum on IRA to Sinn Fein leadership: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell and Dominic Cunningham

MPs Zero in on Sinn Fein Links with Terrorism: The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

Sinn Féin funding claims are untrue says MP: (from the Irish News)

The Smell Of Sulphur Is Still Lingering On: The News Letter

Secrecy moves on party funding: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Scandal of the INLA sex monsters: (from The People, Jan 11)

Priest offers to meet the INLA: (from the Irish News, Jan 13)
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalists riot in jail as prison strike looms: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Prisoners to be locked in cells: UTV Internet

See you in court, Scap!: (from The People, Dec 18)

Daunting Image of Terror Near School: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Parades report author warns of 'another Drumcree': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Fascism or democracy?: (from the Irish News)

Victims' group plans protest at intelligence HQ: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Irish family can stay pending appeal: Newark Star-Ledger (Jan 14)
Ana M. Alaya

War or peace... there's no such thing as a free White House lunch: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

IRA man 'arrrested and interned': BBC


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