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Monday, July 15

McGuinness warns Blair not to make 'grave error': Irish Independent

'Sanctions' on SF to be drawn up: Sunday Life (Jul 14)

Peace process at critical survival stage: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Treasuring the peace: Sunday Life (Jul 14)

Trimble claims border poll is on the horizon: The News Letter

PSNI engaged in propaganda - McGuinness: RTE

Godfathers of Greed: Ireland on Sunday (Jul 14)

IRA brings out the 'big guns' to keep lid on Ardoyne: Sunday Life (Jul 14)
Stephen Breen

Kids on the hill get Drumcree lesson: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

A Sinn Fein mayor builds bridges in Belfast's marching season: Boston Globe (Jul 14)
Charles M. Sennott

Blackmen blast lawless Loyalists: Sunday Life (Jul 14)

'Sunday' relative rebuts 'myth and confrontation' claim: Derry Journal (Jul 9)

Omagh bomb spy in murder probe: Sunday Life (Jul 14)
Alan Murray

CCI should examine Protestant alienation - Campbell: Derry Journal (Jul 9)

Omagh killer 'sitting on cancer timebomb': Sunday Life (Jul 14)

Jail breaks: Ireland on Sunday (Jul 14)

States of Failure: The Blanket
Ciarán Irvine

RTE to screen Finucane probe: Sunday Life (Jul 14)
Sinead McCavana

Sunday, July 14

Nothing is sacred as violence grips North: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

UK gets tough on ceasefire breaches: Sunday Independent

Blair warned against excluding Sinn Fein: BBC

SF/IRA; our very latest symbol of dishonesty: Sunday Independent

Trimble must move to the right in his unionist Alamo: Sunday Business Post
John Coulter

Taking tension out of the Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order troublemak ers need to be disciplined: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

In league with the Devil: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Drumcree ... let this be a turning point: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Orange order ‘has to tackle violence’: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

A simple cure for the cancer of bigotry: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Colombian 3 - What Chance of Justice: The Blanket
Sean Smyth

Gardai probe journalist's false passport: Sunday Independent

Support for UK link at all time low in North: (from, Jul 9)
Concubhar Ó Liatháin

Criminals reap peace dividend: Sunday Independent

Widow meets Cowen to pressfor collusion probe: (from, Jul 11)
Fiona Brady

UK agrees to share Gibraltar sovereignty: The Guardian (Jul 12)
Nicholas Watt and Giles Tremlett

Saturday, July 13

Rain Cools Marches of Northern Ireland Protestants: Washington Post
T. R. Reid

Few clashes in Northern Ireland: Boston Globe
Charles M. Sennott

Riots erupt as Orangemen stage parades in Belfast: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Violence breaks out at Orange parade: The Independent
David McKittrick

Police praise IRA as violence is averted: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Security remains tight as violence flares on tense marching day: Irish Independent
Louise McCall and John Devine

Police seize missiles in Ardoyne: UTV Internet

Bonfires and gunfire stir up ancient enmities: Irish Independent
Thomas Harding

Orangemen on the march: BBC

Orangeism in a cold climate: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Hope amid the hatred: Irish Independent

Dire warning by police chief unhelpful: Irish Examiner

Marching into a brighter future: Belfast Telegraph

The hypocrisy of the Drumcree rabble: (from, Jul 8)

The Twelfth - 'Crunch time for peace process': Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

Gunmen fire chilling warning: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Loyalist arsonists 'wage campaign of intimidation': Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Enough is enough: (from, Jul 8)
Danny Morrison

Peace process is failing to bring communities closer: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Republican commitment to peace questioned: RTE

Ulster detainee accused of mainland bomb plot: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns

Is this the last roar of the Celtic tiger?: Daily Telegraph
David Sharrock

Friday, July 12

Sinn Fein accused of parade riot plot: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Republicans 'plan to bus hundreds in for protests': The Independent
David McKittrick

A 'Peace Wall' in Name Only: Washington Post
T. R. Reid

Mayor of Belfast urges peace as Protestant marches peak: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Departing Irishman Mulls 'Glory of America': Washington Post
Nora Boustany

The Orange Order in the 21st century: Belfast Telegraph

Teenager dies as North awaits march violence: Irish Independent
John Devine

Parades plea: Keep your cool: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon and Maureen Coleman

Tight security for Orange marches: BBC

Order hits back at critic's Drumcree claims: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Celtic fans urged to rule Rangers in New York: The Herald
Darryl Broadfoot

A matter of principles for Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

How FRU got IRA to murder top sniper: (from Sunday People, Jul 7)
Greg Harkin

Thursday, July 11

Trimble's plea on sectarian violence: The Herald
Michael Settle

Violence will not be tolerated says Reid: BBC

British preparing to define the cease-fire to save Trimble: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Unionism's crisis is self-inflicted: The Guardian
Niall Stanage

Saving David Trimble: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Tension high as security at Drumcree scaled down: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Disputed parades on talks agenda: BBC

Maskey's Twelfth appeal: UTV Internet

CCTV cameras damaged in attacks: BBC

Sectarian campaign claim: UTV Internet

Community relations slide: Irish Echo

When neighbours become good friends: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Decision required on fate of police reserve: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

What Values Drive Irish Republicanism Today?: The Blanket (Jul 4)
Paul A. Fitzsimmons

Police to use DNA tests to track down sectarian killers: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

New inquiry call over Army killings: BBC

Wednesday, July 10

Trimble call over street violence: UTV Internet

Violence 'threatens interface jobs': BBC

Disillusionment deepens Ulster's sectarian divide: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Report presents a depressing picture: Belfast Telegraph

Drumcree riots condemned by top Orangeman: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Drumcree security scaled down: UTV Internet

Orange violence the death throes of historic conflict, says President: Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham

Adams 'no longer has control of republicans': The Times
David Lister

Making inroads to peace: Boston Globe (Jul 7)
Kevin Cullen

Gardai deny withholding vital Omagh information: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Irish had Omagh car bomb details: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Omagh chief to meet families: The News Letter

Suspect arrested over Real IRA bombings: The Scotsman

Walsh now urging Bush to make Ireland visit: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Remembering the Future: The Blanket (Jun 30)
Ciarán Irvine

We will remember...when it suits us: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Man who broke the sectarian mould: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

Family of shot IRA man to sue top judge: Irish Independent

Tuesday, July 9

Trimble deplores Drumcree rioting: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Three arrested following Drumcree disturbances: RTE

Criticism over parade decisions: BBC

Drumcree violence 'unacceptable': BBC

Head to head - Violence at Drumcree: BBC

Parade unrest fears for city: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Marie Foy

Drumcree figure visits Queen: UTV Internet

Critical week in marching season: Belfast Telegraph

UVF hunt for spy: Sunday Life (Jul 7)

IRA uses Colombia to test new weapons: Washington Times
Jerry Seper

Funding boost for interface areas: BBC

LVF bosses lash out at split claims: Sunday Life (Jul 7)
Chris Anderson And Stephen Gordon

UDA's rackets bring in over £5m: Sunday Life (Jul 7)
Alan Murray

Survey - Ireland Religious Gap Widens: Minneapolis Star Tribune
Shawn Pogatchnik

Sectarian thugs bring new misery to Greene family: The News Letter
Philip Crossey

Monday, July 8

Despite Peace Hopes, 27 Hurt in Ulster Protestant Parade: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Drumcree loyalists clash with police: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan and Tania Branigan

Rioters shatter hopes of a calmer protest at Drumcree: The Independent
David McKittrick

Protesters remain at Drumcree: BBC

An inquiry too far: The Guardian

Gearing up for elections: (from, Jul 5)
Gearoid O'Caireallain

We must restore calm on the ground - Durkan: Derry Journal (Jul 5)

Has the Peace Process Delivered?: The Blanket
Davy Carlin

Peace lines break out: Sunday Business Post (Jun 30)
Maol Muire Tynan

Reunion versus six-county independence: The Blanket (Jun 27)
Paul A. Fitzsimmons

Church post for NI peace man: BBC (Jul 7)

Civil service equality review: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 3)
Maurice Neill

An odd neutrality: Irish Echo

Edinburgh’s Sectarian Outburst Pupils Met A ‘No Popery’ Cry: Irish Examiner

Sunday, July 7

Orangemen marching to a new tune: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Revealed - The New Boss at Drumcree: (from Sunday People)
Sinead King

A day to celebrate?: BBC
Dennis Murray

Leaders appeal for calm at Orange marches: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Calm Drumcree in everyone's interest: Belfast Telegraph

Alert over Drumcree death plot: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Time for Trimble to stop marching to Orange beat: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Concern over IRA link to massacre: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Williams

N. Ireland murders / Fresh evidence of British conspiracy: Minneapolis Star Tribune

Adair vows to help police keep peace: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Ulster’s unlikely peacemaker: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Republican, loyalist 'Mafia grip' on organised crime: Sunday Independent
Gary Kent

Ulster’s £18m terrorist gangs turn to smuggling: The Sunday Times
Nick Fielding

Gardai, politicians were questioned about leak to IRA: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

What turned a Florida stockbroker into an IRA gun-runner?: Daily Telegraph (Jul 1)
Toby Harnden

Five dwarves of SF take their places: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Sinn Fein has begun as it means to go on ... and on: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

O'Hanlon's Corner: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Votes real issue: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Ulster spies to 'blow MI5 cover': The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

SF accepts its terror tactics wrong - Hume: Sunday Independent
Patsy McArdle

A PBS Series Shows How North History Was Made: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Saturday, July 6

Trimble welcomes PM's peace pledge: BBC

Trimble accused of tantrum over pull-out threat: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Trimble 'a threat to stability of North': Irish Independent
George Jackson

Facts prove we have 'a pretence' peace process argues Gregory Campbell: Derry Journal

Delicate balancing act for Tony Blair: Belfast Telegraph

Search for brighter political skies: BBC
Mark Devenport

Haass accuses Unionists of failing to 'sell' agreement: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Report divulges North's paramilitary 'Fortune 5': Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Big business for boys in balaclavas: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Trimble appeal over Drumcree parade: BBC

Security preparations for Drumcree march tomorrow: RTE

Drumcree - Marching into the past: BBC (Jul 4)
Mervyn Jess

Republic's lodges gather for parade: BBC

Is Class Politics a Possibility?: The Blanket
Billy Mitchell

Reid gets report on security breach: BBC

MI5 given anti-terror role in NI: The Sunday Times (Jun 30)
Liam Clarke

Maskey's 'giant step': Irish Echo

Judge meets murder victims' families: BBC

Secular schools will help silence the sectarian catch-cries of children: Irish Examiner
Damian Byrne

Clinton on moon rocks and the peace process: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Pennsylvania's McGinley named new AOH president: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Friday, July 5

Trimble demands early end to IRA violence: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Blair to consider NI peace measures: BBC

Laying the ghosts of a violent past: Financial Times
John Murray Brown & Kevin Brown

Churches' peace plea: UTV Internet

Whose job is it to cheerlead for this place?: (from
Robin Livingstone

Unionists look to Mr Blair for help: Belfast Telegraph

Pragmatic Reid aims for warm relations: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Drumcree violence to switch to Belfast: (from
Anthony Neeson

Showdown with Parades body: Ulster Herald
Adrian Mullan

Drumcree dispute - Key figures: BBC
Tony Holland

SDLP fails to capitalise on change: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 3)
Steven King

A Mayor for all the People: (from
Des Wilson

Petty response to Maskey gesture: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 3)
Eric Waugh

IRA linked to Colombia massacre: Daily Telegraph
David Sharrock

Teens embrace tolerance, peace: Dallas Morning News (Jun 28)
Kathy A. Goolsby

Terrorism and Talk - The Cycle of Conflict in Ireland: New York Times
Julie Salamon

SF set to disrupt Dail over speaking rights: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan

Catholic homes attacked in Co Londonderry: UTV Internet

No Catholics Need Apply: Irish Voice/

Bid for heavier religious crime penalties: The Herald
Frances Horsburgh

Thursday, July 4

Blair 'will not tolerate' Ulster violence: Financial Times
Christopher Adams and John Murray Brown

Blair and Ahern hold NI crisis talks: BBC

Real IRA 'planning assassination of leading Unionists' to end agreement: The Independent
David McKittrick

Paisley and Trimble on hit list: Daily Telegraph
David Sharrock and George Jones

Doors may 'reopen' for loyalists: BBC
Brian Rowan

Trimble aide involved in Reid loyalist talks: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ulster's tensions mount: The Guardian

Restoring peace on the streets: Belfast Telegraph

Rogue agents 'blow cover' on British intelligence: Derry Journal (Jul 2)

Reclaiming history: (from, Jul 1)
Danny Morrison

Maze 'ideal' for new police centre: BBC

Families identify IRA 'killers': The Times (Jun 24)
David Lister

Welcome, but tread warily: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 28)
Lindy McDowell

Peace process frees up army for a wide array of other duties: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Ulster election will pose the first trial: The Times
David Lister

Nazi group's fury at Loyalist flags: Sunday Life (Jun 30)
Stephen Breen

Why did the IRA force out my family?: The Observer (Jun 30)
Henry McDonald

Eire Nua: The Blanket (Jun 27)
Sean O Lubaigh

Man gets 12 years over blast at politician's home: Irish Independent

Local group strives to help children in Ireland: Tallahassee Democrat
Vanessa Clarke

Wednesday, July 3

Adams denies agitation allegations: UTV Internet

Unionists press for action on violence: BBC

Loyalist terrorists have tea with Ulster minister: Daily Telegraph
David Sharrock

How the rebels turned to rackets as a cause: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie and Fraser Nelson

Provos' gunmen transform into pure gangsters: Irish Independent

Price of peace: The Guardian
Laura Haydon

Blair urged to halt amnesty plans: BBC

Orangemen seek review of march ban: Irish Independent
John Devine

Primate asks Orangemen to 'protest with dignity': The Independent
Paul Peachey

Orange Order claims Garvaghy ruling is a denial of justice: Belfast Telegraph
Kieran McDaid

Orangemen ready to march - but will they have to retreat once again?: The Independent
David McKittrick

Political Platform: (from, Jun 28)
Martin Smyth

Drumcree parade focus of attention: Belfast Telegraph

Orangemen 'walk' after regalia ban: The News Letter (Jul 2)
Karen Quinn

BBC documentary leaves many questions unanswered: Irish Echo (Jun 26)
Jack Holland

Political numbers game: BBC
Kevin Connolly

US judge hits out at Ulster politics: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 29)
Sean O'Driscoll

Belfast mayor pays homage to those who died for Britain: Boston Herald (Jul 2)
Jim Dee

Snarling Down Below: The Blanket (Jun 27)
Eoghan O’Suillabhain

Ulster tactics used against al-Qa'eda: Daily Telegraph (Jun 29)
Michael Smith

Catholic appeal rejected: UTV Internet

Tuesday, July 2

McLaughlin calls for focus on street clashes: RTE

Peace talks may teeter if violence on streets persists: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ahern meets Sinn Fein prior to talks: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

A vital week for the peace process: Belfast Telegraph

Mitchell calls for strong leadership in North: RTE

UIster tension mounts over Drumcree: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Orange Order blocked from Garvaghy Road march: Irish Independent
John Devine

Riots flare after peaceful parade: The News Letter

Trimble appeals for calm: UTV Internet

Orange march strategy needs revisited: (from

First Sinn Fein Mayor Stirs Up Belfast Politics: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Belfast's Sinn Fein Mayor lays a wreath to First World War dead: The Independent
David McKittrick

Belfast to wait for deputy lord mayor: BBC

Magic of that City Hall moment: (from
Mairtin O Muilleoir

Real IRA holds secret ceasefire talks with Dublin: The Times
David Lister

US court ruling blow for Omagh bomb victims: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Trimble jeered by DUP over election challenge: UTV Internet

'Big brother' cameras on Ulster riot watch: Sunday Life (Jun 30)
Pauline Reynolds

Support scheme for victims of Troubles: BBC

Integrated schools 'answer to bigotry': The News Letter (Jun 26)
Stephen Dempster

Sectarian graffiti call: UTV Internet

Prodi says Irish ballot could derail enlargement: Financial Times
Clare MacCarthy

Monday, July 1

Talks 'last chance' warns Trimble: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Shooting from the lip - 'Trimbling' on the brink: Sunday Life (Jun 30)
Lynda Gilby

Trimble declares war on Ulster BBC: Sunday Life (Jun 30)
Alan Murray

Slick line, Tony, bad philosophy: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 28)
Lindy McDowell

Bigotry's threat to our children: Sunday Life (Jun 30)
John Reid

Republicans blamed for attack on Fermanagh police station: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

UDA in turmoil over Barrett: Sunday Life (Jun 30)
Alan Murray

RUC under scrutiny for 1977 murder of officer: The Independent
Dan McGinn

US envoy disturbed by allegations: The Times (Jun 29)
David Lister

The Slaying of Damien Walsh - ‘a familiar and Deadly pattern’: (from, Jun 24)
Anthony Neeson

Hoon in new bid to gag Sunday People: (from Sunday People)
Greg Harkin

Nelson tip-off saved SAS's Gibraltar 3 op: Sunday Life (Jun 30)

Why I wed a loyalist killer: Ireland on Sunday (Jun 30)

Representing all the people: Sunday Life (Jun 30)

Day the Boyne turned Orange: Ireland on Sunday (Jun 30)

Dispute At Dunboyne School: The Blanket

Truth body may not work - Eames: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 29)

San Francisco declares 'Sunday' Day: Derry Journal (Jun 28)

Two boys shot in legs: BBC (Jun 30)

Fulton's brother a 'sinister player in the LVF': Belfast Telegraph (Jun 28)

Lloyd Webber is honoured for promoting peace here: Irish Independent (Jun 29)
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