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Thursday, July 15

Body 'Regrets And Condemns' Ardoyne Violence: The News Letter

Parade 'was no-win situation': BBC

Watching a riot unfold: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Petrol Bomb Attack On Marchers' Train: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Kelly has wrist broken in 'peace-making' attempt: Belfast Telegraph

Mob Robs Paras: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

'Plagued by loud music': (from the Irish News, Jul 13)
Marie Louise McCrory

The sound of hands being washed clean: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Is The Parades Commission To Blame: The News Letter
Editorial

UVF Killer Must Come Forward To Clear Our Names: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

UVF drug empire extends south of the border: Sunday Life (Jul 11)

O'Loan to probe last army killing: (from the Irish News, Jul 13)
Marie Louise McCrory

We need an independent approach to the past: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Thompson

Blair 'must carry can for RIRA status': UTV Internet

Fund-raising for group is now illegal: Belfast Telegraph

SF looks left in euro link-up: Belfast Telegraph

Decision to seek approval of Irish as official EU language welcomed: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Lennon rules out NI return: BBC

Wednesday, July 14

Don't Stand In The Way, Paisley Tells Trimble: The News Letter

Clinton 'hopeful on NI process': BBC

IMC probing Tohill man 'death threat': Sunday Life (Jul 11)

'Twelfth' night riot shows North's ugly old ways: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Cornered Paras were prepared to shoot at mob: Daily Telegraph

Parades Commission undermined by police decision, says Durkan: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

Rediscover cultural tradition, says Bell: Belfast Telegraph

Ardoyne residents meet Adams: UTV Internet

West Tyrone Twelfth - the way forward: (from the Irish News, Jul 12)
Roy Garland

The inglorious Twelfth: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Good sense must prevail: (from the Irish News, Jul 12)
Editorial

Search for mutual respect must go on: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Question Mark Over Parades Commission: The News Letter
Editorial

Television coverage 'a waste of public money': (from the Irish News, Jul 12)

Protests as CS gas returns to Bogside: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Police chief defends march tactics: UTV Internet

Police station petrol bombed: BBC

Real IRA guns duo on bail for sentence: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

Lords to decide on RIRA ruling: BBC

Washington puts RSF on list of terror groupings: Irish Independent
Kathy Donaghy

CIRA added to US terror list: BBC

IRA double agent - I spied on the loyalist paramilitaries too: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Killer back behind bars: Sunday Life (Jul 11)
Ciaran McGuigan

EU To Extend Peace And Reconciliation Funding: The News Letter
Clare Weir

Speculation mounts over Papal visit: RTE

Tuesday, July 13

The Twelfth - Marchers told change needed: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

The Twelfth - Orange Order urged to cut UUP links: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalist parade sparks riots in Catholic area: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Twelfth marred by violence over loyalists' parade route: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

Astounding! IRA men shield Brit soldiers from rioters: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Parades and the 'bigger picture': BBC
Mark Simpson

Security probe at Castlereagh: BBC

Orangemen call for end of Commission: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Ashleigh Wallace

U.S. Has 'Vital' Role in North - Edwards: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Debbie McGoldrick

Men beaten with iron bars: BBC

Voters must count cost of claims: Irish Examiner (Jul 12)
Editorial

Gun attack 'was sectarian': BBC

Monday, July 12

Orange marchers off for annual Ulster odyssey: The Herald
Kay Jardine

Murphy calls for peaceful parades: UTV Internet

UDA plans to 'keep watch' on Northern protests: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Campaign of terror: Sunday Life (Jul 4)
Stephen Breen

IRA gunwoman 'let go for peace': The Sunday Times (Jul 11)
Liam Clarke

Peace comes dropping slow: The Spectator
Thomas Harding

Good First Step: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

SF economic policies to cost E5bn more a year: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

The Felons of our Land: (from Irelandclick.com)
Danny Morrison

Forbidden Fruit: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Bomb victims to sue State over failure to set up inquiry: Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Police arrest Ramsey terror suspect: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 8)
Brian Hutton

Churches look to send a message of love: Syracuse Post-Standard (Jul 8)
Lesley Snyder

NI tourism 'turning corner': BBC (Jul 8)

Sunday, July 11

Trimble in last-ditch effort to avert trouble at July 12 parade: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Return to the dreaded blockades is looming: (from the Irish News)
Darran McCann

Orange Order ... religious order?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Lying low for the North's Mardi Gras: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Loyal Orange Lodge's parade trudges on: Toronto Globe and Mail (Jul 11)
Jeff Gray

Marching Toward Civility: Newsweek
Stryker McGuire

Drumcree - When no news is the best news: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Cloud hanging over Twelfth celebrations: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Marching on with no particular place to go: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Orangemen marching into obscurity: Sunday Business Post
Brian Feeney

Orange Order must rethink: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

SDLP 'May Quit DPP Over Failure Of Police': The News Letter (Jul 8)
Elinor Glynn

Say what you like about Paisley...: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Global cooling over our continuing impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Germans did not fear Nazis then either: Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

Plea For Probe Into UVF Bar Massacre: The News Letter (Jul 9)

Satanic writes get Belfast council hot under collar: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Irish Democrats pleased with Kerry's VP choice: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

If a deal is done between FF and SF/IRA then the door opens for FG and Labour: Sunday Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Once an Exporter of Priests, Ireland Now Has Too Few: New York Times
Lizette Alvarez

Queen to go South?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Saturday, July 10

Moderates hope bonfires will not fan flames of hatred: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Ruling 'Is An Appeasement To Nationalists': The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

Twelfth protests planned over march: BBC

Let's Keep The Twelfth A Family Affair: The News Letter
Editorial

NIO denies failing to inform families: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Murder Probes 'Will Be Cost-Effective': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Concern at murder inquiries' framework: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Just brush terrorist policies under the welcome mat...: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Ex-IRA gunman accused of immigration lie; Feds jail him for not disclosing terrorist history: Philadelphia Daily News (Jul 9)
Jim Smith

A visitor feels the heavy hand of John Ashcroft: Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Dennis Roddy

Designate IRA As Foreign Terrorist Group In The US Politics: The News Letter

Paramilitary flags 'fewer after initiative': Belfast Telegraph

Police 'support removal of flags': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Sinn Fein calls for removal of loyalist bunting: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

We Just Want Justice, Say LVF Chiefs: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Plans for PSNI cuts prompt call to retain full-time Reserve: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Irish premier praises bridge-building Scots: The Scotsman
Frank Urquhart

We'll Stand Firm: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man convicted on spy charge: BBC

Encouraging Debate: The Blanket
Mick Hall

The 'odd couple' bridge Ulster's divide: The Times
David Lister

Bogside Attacks Emanate From Fountain - SF: Derry Journal

Cautious welcome for Papal visit: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ay Caramba! Lisa Simpson fights for Cornish freedom: The Independent (Jul 6)
Ian Burrell

Friday, July 9

Plans unveiled for 'collusion' probes: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Killings probes 'must be cost effective': UTV Internet

Lib Dems in McBride call: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Finding a way to break the deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Withdraw Support For O'Loan - Officers Urged: The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

Report sells schmaltz and not much else: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

SDLP and police discuss flags: BBC

How flags impact on the community: Impartial Reporter

Road blocked in parade protest: BBC

Hoax Devices Found Near Orange Arch: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

SF condemns attacks on Orange arches: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

The future's bright for Donegal's Orangemen: Irish Independent
Marese McDonagh

Real Lives - It's best foot forward for 'Twelfth' vetera: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Walsh returns to Ireland with high hopes: Syracuse Post-Standard (Jun 27)
Peter Lyman

Dogs and Lampposts: The Blanket (Jul 5)
Anthony McIntyre

Former IRA member arrested at Philadelphia airport: Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
David B. Caruso

'Colm Murphy did not get fair trial' - Mgr Denis Faul: Ulster Herald
Anton McCabe

Maghaberry petrol bomb attack: UTV Internet

Dissidents blamed for mail bomb: BBC

Anger at funding for newspaper: (from the Irish News)

Francis Hughes - from the safety of the cinema screen: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Thursday, July 8

Talks hinge on government, says Adams: Belfast Telegraph

Reiss, DUP clash over talks: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Deal of all deals on the cards?: Irish World
Tom Griffin

More than two sides to this story: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Murphy on NI peace process: UTV Internet

Talks to ban fund raising loophole: Belfast Telegraph

Explain stance on talks, DUP told: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Policeman confident of 'peaceful marching season': UTV Internet

All-at-sea Orange Order flounders as republicans stir up waves of dissent: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

'Flag harassment' condemned: BBC

Half Of Unionists Did Not Bother Voting: The News Letter

McCabe killers to sue State for early release: Irish Independent
John Maddock

I Am Not Budging From My Post, Says Wilson: The News Letter

Paisley tackles Blunkett over religious hatred laws: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

'RUC Saved Ulster From Total Anarchy': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Let's Never Forget Price Paid By RUC: The News Letter
Editorial

Students In 'Sectarian' Gang Attack: Derry Journal (Jul 6)

Memorial to last soldier killed vandalised: (from the Irish News, Jun 30)
Catherine Morrison

Stuttgart 88 still the real fantasy football: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Papal visit is not such a good idea at this time: Irish Independent

Wednesday, July 7

Talks 'smooth way' for progress: BBC

Parties must beware of risk of sleepwalking through direct rule: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Political vacuum 'a danger': BBC

SDLP member's mother 'threatened with death' after complaining about loyalist flag: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Shop's fear for flagging sales: Sunday Life (Jul 4)
Stephen Breen

Parade Decision Condemned By SF: The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

'Failure to follow Cory will add to fears': (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Towards Best Possible Police Service: The News Letter

Bradley Hits Out At Wilson In Full-time Reserves Row: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Anybody's child: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

IRA smear campaign targets big name Provos: Sunday Life (Jul 4)

Flying the Flag: The Blanket (Jun 24)
Dolours Price

Pope may make first trip to Ulster: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Have mercy and don't put frail old pope over hurdles: Belfast Telegraph

IRSP joins eco war in US: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Hunger striker's story set for film: (from the Irish News, Jul 5)
William Graham

Tuesday, July 6

Orde Accused Of Having Two Views On IRA: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

United and committed to the party vocation: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Duplicitous Game Being Played By SF: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

DUP must now talk: (from Irelandclick.com)
Danny Morrison

Commission voices parade hopes: BBC

Revealed - Lodge's secret talks with Dublin government: Sunday Life (Jul 4)

'Parades deal for govt' denial by SF: (from the Irish Daily Star)
Mick Browne

Davy Jones shocker!: Sunday Life (Jul 4)
Alan Murray

Moves within Orangeism not reciprocated: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Can Portadown show the way?: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Grounds for hope of a drumcree deal: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Need To Find A Way That's Good To Talk: The News Letter
Editorial

Talking correct route to follow: Sunday Life (Jul 4)
Editorial

Church Closes Doors To Diffuse Harryville Tension: The News Letter

All kinds of pollution can be damaging: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Flags row unfurls on council grounds: Sunday Life (Jul 4)

Police warned informer 10 days before his murder: UTV Internet

Somme day we'll wise up: Sunday Life (Jul 4)
Lynda Gilby

Plain-speaking Gageby's legacy to Irish journalism: Sunday Business Post (Jul 4)
Tom McGurk

The Eagle's Wing is still flying high: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Accept Past To Move On: The News Letter

No bloody repeat: Sunday Life (Jul 4)

Streetfighting man: The Observer (Jul 4)
Jamie Jackson

Monday, July 5

Peaceful parade raises hopes for a quiet season: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Same old ritual but few rally to Orange colours: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Orangemen play pipes of peace at contentious Drumcree march: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Tories distance themselves from comments at Orange rally: The Scotsman
Chris McAuley

Trouble-free Drumcree raises Ulster peace hopes: The Independent
David McKittrick

'Young people are raising their eyes': Daily Telegraph
W F Deedes and Victoria Combe

Can You Hear Ho Chi Minh Laughing?: The Blanket
Eoghan O'Suilleabhain

Police backed over killing: BBC

Low-key acquittals highlight changing attitudes: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Pipe-bombed Sinn Fein man 'taped by loyalists': Sunday Life (Jun 27)
Nevin Farrell

Personal triumph for Omagh woman: BBC

A rewarding relationship for America?: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Kerry's Limerick election pledge: Limerick Leader (Jul 3)
Barry Duggan

Welcome John Paul II?: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 3)

Former Political Prisoners Being Shunned in Ireland: The Tablet (Brooklyn, Jul 3)
Linda Busetti

Hollwood to lionise IRA hunger striker: The Sunday Times (Jul 4)
Jan Battles

Sunday, July 4

'War' with IRA is over, says Orde: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Will Trimble be a lord after 'the fall'?: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

SDLP jitters put Durkan under pressure: Sunday Business Post
Anton McCabe

Biscuit award as Gerry goes barking up the wrong tree: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

'Housekeeping' up for discussion: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sinn Fein rise threatens US investment: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Is Ireland hostile to US?: Sunday Business Post
Niall Stanage

Presidential Interviews Follow a Script (but Not Always): New York Times
Richard W. Stevenson

Too much sweet talk in an Anglo-Irish garden: Limerick Leader
Patricia Feehily

When Irish Eyes Stop Smiling: New York Times
Editorial

'Low-key' Drumcree expected: BBC

Orange Order ban protests expected to be peaceful: Sunday Business Post
Paul T. Colgan

Orangemen willing to enter into talks ahead of Drumcree Parade: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Orangemen rooted on road to nowhere: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Direct talks hold the key to success: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Mutual respect is key to peace: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Orange leaders press right to march: Scotland on Sunday

Catholics 'should move to Republic': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Wanted - a monument to boneheadedness: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sport & the troubles: The Observer
Nick Greenslade

We are not amused at Houghton leprechaun: Sunday Independent

Stereotypically stupid: The Observer
Henry McDonald

RUC deaths inquiry to analyse Fulton claims: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Saturday, July 3

Trimble accused of undermining Assembly: UTV Internet

Will DUP cope with blame if latest peace move fails?: (from the Irish Times, Jul 2)
Frank Millar

Restoration Of Assembly Is Imperative: The News Letter
Editorial

Catholic Church taught IRA too well: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

They're real all right - and their mission in life is death: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Orange marches expected to be trouble free as tranquility rules: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Drumcree violence 'in the past': BBC

No legal challenge by Orange Order over Drumcree: UTV Internet

Gareth O'Connor 'was a scapegoat' says father: (from the Irish News, Jun 30)

What sort of message do flags send out?: Impartial Reporter

Flags row rages at Council: Ulster Herald
Nigel McDonagh

UVF backs down on exiling boy: Sunday Life (Jun 20)
Stephen Breen

Anger Over U-turn Army Base Closure: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Nationalists call for action on commission: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Payments probe call in human rights row: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Eurosceptics in talks on grouping: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Taylor

Children arrive from Ireland: Wilkes-Barre Citizen's Voice (Jul 1)
Scott Kulah

Irish teens pull together: The Tennessean
Lee Ann O'Neal

Douglas Gageby: The Guardian (Jun 29)
Anne McHardy

Royal honour for veteran Irish politician: UTV Internet

Glasgow sectarian march fuels call for curbs: The Guardian
Gerard Seenan

Friday, July 2

DUP and Sinn Féin must talk, says US envoy: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Paisley hits out at 'UUP secret deals': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Big push needed in quest for a deal: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

One Last DUP Heave 'Will Oust Unionist MP': The News Letter

Police secret society measures vital SDLP: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Ramsey defies threats: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Outrage Over SF Cenotaph 'Snub': The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

SF defends Somme boycott: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Anti-British Feelings Still A Barrier To Unity: The News Letter
Editorial

Human rights commissioner resigns post: Belfast Telegraph

Body still reeling from Holy Cross affair: (from the Irish News)

Parades body was 'bullied' into decision: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parade passes without incident: BBC

Police chief predicts quiet at Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Bradley Graffiti Is Work Of 'Mindless Thugs' - SDLP: Derry Journal (Jun 29)

The Police Process: The Blanket (Jun 30)
Anthony McIntyre

Inquiry into alleged loyalist's murder: UTV Internet

Real IRA 'behind bomb alerts': BBC

RIRA prisoner is moved after row with McKevitt: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Threat prisoner loses privileges: Sunday Life (Jun 27)

McDowell - Sinn Fein makes my stomach heave: Irish Independent
Geraldine Collins

Councillors 'Should Pay For Ban Blunder': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Scottish talent with an Irish allegiance: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com

Thursday, July 1

Adams warns DUP over Assembly revival plans: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Trimble - NI talks must be final deadline: UTV Internet

North parties 'up for' a deal - Taoiseach: RTE

Consistently inconsistent is the policy: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Bairbre de Brun: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Time For More Military Bases To Go: Derry Journal (Jun 29)

Kerry keeps campaign: (from the Irish News, Jun 29)
Ray O'Hanlon

Is It Election Time In US?: Derry Journal (Jun 29)
Editorial

No spirit in Drumcree: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Orangemen would meet residents if march allowed: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

It's A Carnival Of Orange Culture: The News Letter
Mary Lafferty

SF's 'separate' Somme ceremony: BBC

DUP policing board member calls on chairman to quit: UTV Internet

'These Attacks Must Stop Now' - Durkan: Derry Journal (Jun 29)

PSNI suspend membership decision: UTV Internet

No Room For Complacency In Crime Fight: The News Letter
Editorial

Ruling on Real IRA is overturned: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Omagh victim's anger over 'Real IRA' ruling: UTV Internet

Human rights put to the test: Belfast Telegraph
Brice Dickson

Finucane Centre Welcomes Mcbride Comments: Derry Journal (Jun 29)

Cry for justice must be heard: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Ombudsman write to judge over case criticism: UTV Internet

Inquiry into alleged Garda links to IRA killing of RUC men: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Widow seeks justice for Irish army captain: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Ahern basks in esteem for hard job well handled: Financial Times
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