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Thursday, July 15

Petrol bombs thrown in fourth night of city trouble: BBC

Northern Ireland leaders urge calm, denounce violent Belfast protests: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

PSNI chief defends police response to Ardoyne riots: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Significant arrests' promised after Belfast riots: BBC

Robinson and Baggott deny riots rift: UTV Internet

DUP – top officer said sorry for criticisms of Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Victoria O'Hara

'Cynical godfathers' behind NI violence: IrishTimes.com

Children join third night of N.Ireland riots: Montreal Gazette
Eamonn Mallie

Belfast battles become 'Disney theme park' as rioters use high-powered laser lights to blind police: Daily Mail
David Wilkes

Stormont executive to tackle violence: RTE

Belfast riots police should get tough, says father of injured officer: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Order blames republicans for attacking police at legal Orange parade: Londonderry Sentinel

Flags removed 'to cause tension': The News Letter

Marches legislation 'can be saved': Belfast Telegraph

'Theme park' rioting raises old fears: BBC
Mark Simpson

Dissidents trying to hijack a peaceful future: The Irish Times
David Adams

Stop Thief!: BBC
Mark Devenport

Belfast rioters 'will not plunge Northern Ireland back into conflict': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

The road to nowhere: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Time for a debate' on Orange rallies: MorningStarOnline.co.uk
Tom Mellen

Belfast peace will come when a shared future is forged: Guardian.co.uk
Claire Heaney

Police pay price for failed politics: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA lorry bomb is 'on way' to Britain: The Sun
Graeme Wilson

Young IRA rebels plot new bomb horror to destroy Northern Ireland peace process: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

Armagh blast bomb 'meant for police': UTV Internet

Man released in dissident republican case: RTE

Londonderry dissidents accuse Sinn Féin and DUP of hypocrisy: Londonderry Sentinel

PSNI complaints at eight-year high: Belfast Telegraph

Blair ready to cut troops to spur IRA, says Mandelson: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Moving on from Bloody Sunday: Carlow Nationalist
Paddy Byrne

British link benefits wider society (Jul 13): The News Letter
William H Scott

Massive public support in Derry for bid to be UK's first city of culture: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Derry in running to be European Youth Capital: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Ex-prisoner loses his 'slopping out' action: The Irish Times

State only country in western Europe allowing practice: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Wednesday, July 14

Political Rifts Reappear in Northern Ireland Riots: New York Times
John F. Burns

'Shots fired' at police in Ardoyne: UTV Internet

Derry rioting 'among worst in decade': BBC

Shots fired at police in Bogside: Derry Journal

NI leaders urged to take action after riots: UTV Internet

Thugs aged eight pummel police in 'recreational' riot in Belfast that leaves 82 hurt: Daily Mail
David Wilkes

Northern Ireland leaders hit out at rioters after 82 police officers hurt: The Scotsman
Steven McCaffery

Belfast riot tactics defended by PSNI chief constable: BBC

Robinson blasted for criticism of senior officer after Twelfth violence: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police chief to publish images of Northern Ireland rioters: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Ardoyne sit-down protest group is defiant: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Twelfth violence has cost millions, says police chief: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Riots – Female officer may have vertebrae damage: The News Letter

Ardoyne pensioner's plea after parade and violence disrupts husband's funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Violence echoes beyond the streets of Belfast: The Independent
David McKittrick

Northern Ireland – A violence from the past: Guardian.co.uk
Nuala O'Loan

Groundhog Day Revisited: BBC
Mark Devenport

A slow march to progress: The Independent
Editorial

Both sides of sectarian divide must unite against dissidents: The Herald
Editorial

Riots in North – A threat to the peace we all demand: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Dispute over parade rules: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

Deadline over draft parade laws consultation: BBC

Castlereagh bomb 'elaborate hoax': UTV Internet

Hundreds stopped by PSNI under 'illegal' law: Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

'Locked in' while police searched house – claim: Derry Journal

PSNI deathtrap: Newry Democrat
Brian Hyland

Stay calm appeal: Derry Journal

Unionists warn of danger in liberalising terror laws: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Euro experts blow to Executive language strategy: BBC
Conor Spackman

Ombudsman apologises to families of McGurk's bomb victims: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Truth was the first casualty of the Army's mind games: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

'Army not solely to blame' – claims Derry Orangeman: Derry Journal

Why it is a mistaken policy for Rome to offer Anglicans converting en bloc a church within the Church: Telegraph.co.uk
Gerald Warner

Tuesday, July 13

Ireland sees red as nationalists react in fury to Orange marches: The Scotsman
Shan Ross

Police officer seriously injured after loyalist march ends in sectarian riot: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Trouble flares in Lurgan: UTV Internet

Trouble causes travel disruption in Northern Ireland: BBC

Police hurt in violence around parades: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Dan Keenan

Northern Ireland – police condemn July 12 violence: Daily Telegraph
Murray Wardrop

Police urge solution to marching disputes: The Independent
David Young

Thousands march in Twelfth parades: UTV Internet

Sunbathing while Rome, Ahab and Jezebel burn: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Twelfth – Minister Foster wants all city centre shops to open for parades: Belfast Telegraph

Glorious Twelfth is now a major tourist attraction: The News Letter

Brookeborough – Southern guests try their first Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph

Parade proposals are 'a recipe for chaos': The News Letter

Ardoyne rooftop protest is no laughing matter: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Dragging the past in Ireland: Greensboro News & Record
Doug Clark

Marching to a different beat: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bonfire insult to maimed teenager: Belfast Media

Portrush – Unionist infighting has led to apathy, Twelfth marchers are told: Belfast Telegraph

How to hoodwink Protestant voters: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

The Union is safe – as long as it delivers: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

"We don't need RAAD": Derry Journal

Ex-UVF man's journey from guns to the Bible: The News Letter

New inquest into death of Derry man shot dead by SAS: Derry Journal

State bans world war memorials on Defence Forces properties (Jul 11): Sunday Tribune
Ken Foxe

SF Senator challenges byelection refusal: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan & Harry McGee

Monday, July 12

Appeals for calm as dissident bomb explodes before Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Northern Ireland bridge bomb 'was designed to kill police': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Police cautious around Belleeks bomb scene: BBC

So, how is the police officer hit with an iron bar? (Jul 7): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Five men detained in operation targeting dissident republicans: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

One charged in border dissident republican probe: BBC

Police chief calls for restraint during Twelfth parades: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Police officers injured as shots fired in 11th Night disturbances: Belfast Telegraph

Petrol bombs thrown at PSNI: UTV Internet

Fears mount in Belfast ahead of Orange march in Ardoyne (Jul 11): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

NI bishop calls on young people to reject violence during parade: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Orangemen ready for Twelfth of July parades: BBC

Donegal's Orange parade draws 12,000 marchers and 30 bands: The Irish Times

Pocket Profile – Orange Men (Jul 11): Sunday Tribune
Gavin Corbett

The Twelfth is reduced to status of sideshow: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

'Tis the Season to March in Belfast (Jul 11): New York Times
Pierre Ranger

Time to remove mental walls blocking tolerance in North: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Orange Order is on march to obscurity (Jul 11): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Top Orangeman pays tribute to President McAleese: Belfast Telegraph

High cost of insurance blamed for decline of Orange arch (Jul 10): The News Letter

Family celebrates the return of the living dead (Jul 11): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Catholic leaders criticise PM for backtracking on act of settlement: The Scotsman
Susan Smith

Gilmore attack on Pope leaves church steaming (Jul 11): Sunday Tribune
John Downes

What next for the UK parliament joint committee on human rights? (Jul 5): Guardian.co.uk
Colin Muray

Sunday, July 11

Gardai foil bomb plot to spark sectarian violence: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack and Elaine Keogh

South Armagh bomb 'targeted police': UTV Internet

Plea for calm over parades: The News Letter

Donegal Orange march bridges generation gap: BBC

Union flag to fly at Council on Twelfth: Ulster Star
Jenny Monroe

Orangemen tell of battle against red tape: The News Letter

How fur til have a glorious Twelfth when yer nat at it (Jul 9): Belfast Telegraph
Billy McWilliams

Orange Irish seek hero to rebrand their identity for the modern world: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Brendan Patrick Keane

Order drums up support for Queen visit: Sunday Independent
Paddy Clancy

Bowing to etiquette will help avoid a royal spat: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

How the truth about McGurk's Bar took decades to emerge (Jul 9): Belfast Telegraph

Ombudsman must explain his decision: The News Letter
Editorial

Paisley bangs the big drum but unionists are out of step (Jul 8): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

The Bloody Sunday city set to be UK capital of culture: Daily Mail

Sterling's strength stops shoppers heading North -- but for how long?: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

New Union for a new century (Jul 9): The News Letter
David Hume

Media must keep up with the times (Jul 8): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Protestant, Catholic teens from Northern Ireland find common ground during visit to Arlington: Dallas Morning News
Eric Aasen

Cameron urged to rethink referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Election move would cut MLA seats: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Pope's visit could cost Britain more than £20m: Independent on Sunday
Brian Brady

Prince of Wales set to miss out on pope's visit: Guardian.co.uk
John Hooper

Women bishops row renews fears of Anglican church split: Independent on Sunday
Emily Dugan

The state and religion – The church risks looking absurd (Jul 9): The Guardian
Editorial

A vote that could split the Church: Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

Saturday, July 10

Police Ombudsman retracts pub bomb inquiry: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ombudsman's future in doubt as McGurk's Bar report is delayed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ombudsman Hutchinson – Former Mountie with impressive record: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI 'still has power to stop and search': The News Letter

Officers disciplined over response to Stoneyford intimidation: Ulster Star

Police call on marchers, protestors to show restraint: BBC

Restrictions put on Stoneyford band parade: Ulster Star
Jenny Monroe

Orange parade on Saturday: Toronto Sun
Jenny Yuen

Quinn agrees with right to march but sees a need to adapt: Impartial Reporter

How conflict masked the Twelfth's decline: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Upfront: The Irish Times
Róisín Ingle

The boy and the bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Kerry McKittrick

Orange Order is at a crossroads: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Glengormley hall fire 'deliberate': UTV Internet

Arrest over Rasharkin, Glarryford Orange hall attacks: BBC

Limavady Orange Hall attack 'sectarian' (Jul 8): UTV Internet

SDLP condemn SF arson: Derry Journal

UUP leadership pair share platform: The News Letter

Support for RAAD 'waning' – Yates: Derry Journal

O'Hagan murder charge withdrawn: UTV Internet

Cross-border justice group meets: BBC

'Persuade Britain you belong' (Jul 8): The News Letter
Graham Walker

Repaired Bloody Sunday artwork to be unveiled: Derry Journal

Secretary of State backs Derry Culture bid: BBC

Why Derry is my choice for culture capital: Irish Echo
Martin McGuinness

Why MLAs must get real and put holidays on hold (Jul 5): Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Counting the cost of the Papal visit: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Leeds widow tells of pride after receiving soldier's Elizabeth Cross: Yorkshire Post
Laura Bowyer

Imperialism charge over English history curriculum (Jul 9): The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Friday, July 9

Ombudsman finds no collusion in 1971 McGurk's Bar bomb: BBC

Recriminations still fly over McGurk's Bar massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Relatives of bomb victims criticise report into atrocity: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

I won't apologise for saying IRA bombed McGurk's Bar, says Lord Kilcooney: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese and Noel McAdam

PSNI's power to stop and search citizens at random ruled illegal: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP fears as stop and search halted: Belfast Telegraph

MLA condemns 'campaign of intimidation': The News Letter

Limavady Sinn Fein office targeted by arson: BBC

Orangemen rebuff appeal from Gerry Adams for meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orange Order to meet DUP to discuss future arrangements for parades: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Rival republicans thwarted Sinn Fein parade deal: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Why Orangemen must put best foot forward: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Kaufmann

The Order's view must be conveyed: The News Letter
Editorial

Orange Order part of our heritage McGuinness tells AOH: Londonderry Sentinel

Former IRA hero hails 'healing day': Cincinnati Enquirer
Howard Wilkinson

Elliott kicks off campaign but McCrea plays dumb on challenge: Impartial Reporter
Madeleine Logan

Praise the Lord, but let's not ignore his past deeds (Jul 5): Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Petrol bomb attack on Ballymoney Hall: UTV Internet

Orange Hall attack – three charged: Belfast Telegraph

Man, 40, was injured in serious sectarian attack: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Unionists can add to vision of UK (Jul 7): The News Letter
Arthur Aughey

Queen's visit 'would aid process of reconciliation': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Friendly persuasion: The Economist

Facebook campaigner to meet fire chiefs: UTV Internet

How Stormont fiddles while cars and homes burn: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

We must move on from tribal politics (Jun 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'I went into prison a terrorist and came out an evangelist' – Former Ulster fighter abandons life of violence after finding God: Daily Mail
Liz Hull

Irish Car Bomb inventor apologises: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Cooper

Britain's sovereignty and security are reduced: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Thursday, July 8

Grand Orange Lodge rejects proposals by Sinn Féin and DUP on parading: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parades plan in limbo after Orange Order's rejection: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hardliners blamed for Order no vote: UTV Internet

DUP to 'work closely with Grand Lodge': The News Letter

Orange Order 'is not political': Belfast Telegraph

City shops open for Twelfth: UTV Internet

Scottish officers 'will not be policing' the Twelfth parades: The News Letter

The parades issue: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Orange Order aims to drum up crowds of tourists for Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Drumming up enthusiasm for the Glorious Twelfth: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Manifesting culture that is dignified: The News Letter
Editorial

Freedom of assembly threatened in Northern Ireland: Guardian.co.uk
Vicky Conway

Police to suspend controversial stop-and-search powers: BBC

PSNI needs to stop and think about stop-and-search tactics (Jul 5): Belfast Media
Editorial

Man, 18, injured in paramilitary attack: UTV Internet

Boy attacked because he had GAA bag, says mum: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

CIRA crime exposed: Belfast Media

A blow for Irish...stupidity: Irish Independent

Liam Adams' extradition case postponed again: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

BBC told to stop dwelling on the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The curfew which sparked a war: Belfast Media

Prince Charles meets fallen officers' families: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness to address Hibernian convention: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Union safe, but unionists need to be productive (Jul 6): The News Letter
Henry Patterson

Why we cannot afford to keep our schools apart: Belfast Telegraph
Geraldine Tigchelaar

Deal may damage investment in North, UUP warns: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Graham McDowell says he's proud Irish and Protestant: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Sean O'Shea

Teens work toward tolerance, peace: Cincinnati Enquirer
Steve Kemme

Why Scots Tories should split from UK party (Jul 5): The Herald
Michael Settle

Wednesday, July 7

Orange halls hit with petrol bomb: BBC

DUP and SF clash over hall attacks: UTV Internet

DUP/SF moving at snail's pace on flags issue – Dallat: Derry Journal

Bonfire tyres should be 'branded': UTV Internet

Order 'rejects parades proposals': BBC

Orange Order is its own worst enemy: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Heroic Belfast youths engage in rites of noble heritage: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Why police officers on the beat may soon disappear: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Sinn Fein ministerial drivers back on agenda: BBC

'We have to stop Derry becoming another Dublin': Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Paisley path to peerage in the Lords: The News Letter
Editorial

Tearful McCrea names 'forgotten victims' of Provos: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

DUP and SF clash on Troubles legacy: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb tribute campaign on Facebook: UTV Internet

No apology: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

US bars under fire for serving 'Irish car bomb' cocktail (Jul 4): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Government lawyers to study Billy Wright death report: The Independent
Michael McHugh

Dad welcomes justice shake-up: Derry Journal

Victims Commissioners to meet Irish Foreign minister: BBC

Kenny should brush up on North-Blaney: Derry Journal

More Catholics identify with Northern Ireland (Jul 6): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

MPs ask – has devolution delivered for the people?: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Assembly 'could save £8m by cutting MLAs': The News Letter

Jeffrey Donaldson and the food bill he didn't pay for five months (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Protestant teacher awarded £8,250 over redundancy (Jul 6): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sectarianism in any guise is plain wrong: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Archive site should use 'Derry' – McLaughlin: Derry Journal

Saville counsel 'paid half Moriarty total': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

ESB to buy NI Electricity business: RTE

When Irish eyes are crying (Jul 6): Toronto Globe and Mail
Michael Higgins

Tuesday, July 6

Violence 'work of dissident groups' – Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Teen 'stable' after west Belfast riots: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland's leaders condemn acts of violence: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Maghaberry alert 'elaborate hoax': BBC

Royal visit will honour peace process success – Martin: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Robinson's hopes for Queen's visit to Republic: Belfast Telegraph

Queen's visit discussed at Áras: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Royal protest – graffiti removed from monument: The Irish Times
Seán Mac Connell & Hugh McDowell

Orangemen issue new Drumcree talks call: The News Letter

Concern over parade protest: The News Letter

Nationalists must go on the march: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Drumcree deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Commons debating Northern Ireland Troubles victims: BBC

The start of normalisation: The Irish Times
Editorial

Unionists 'unaware' of secret discussions: The News Letter

McCrea challenged over leadership intentions: The News Letter

Crazy little thing called ... politics: Belfast Telegraph
Alison Millar

Paisley takes seat in Lords: UTV Internet

House of Lords is polite place that's perfect for the much-mellowed octogenarian Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Let us go out and market the benefits of the Union: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Referendum/poll clash criticised: BBC

NI council elections may move to avoid referendum clash: BBC

Vagaries of electing our politicians: The News Letter
Editorial

Craigavon bids to be summer hotspot of a different kind: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

McGuiness anger at 'missed meeting': Belfast Telegraph

Economy discussed at cross-border talks: RTE

Let Ulster food be labelled as Irish, unionists insist: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peace-building gets £4.1m boost: UTV Internet

Chance to remake political landscape (Jul 4): Sunday Business Post
Editorial

Cost of UK papal visit rises to £10m: Financial Times
Kiran Stacey

Pope visit protest warning: The Herald
Michael Settle

Monday, July 5

Unionists plan to join forces (Jul 4): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Five Belfast policemen injured in sectarian riots: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Six officers injured in organised Belfast riots: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Police call for calm after gang fight erupts into full-scale riot: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Police officer injured in city attack: BBC

Belfast drafts in officers from Strathclyde Police to patrol Orange Walk (Jul 4): Scottish Sunday Mail
Norman Silvester

Police prevent Orangemen parading on Garvaghy Road: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Drumcree now a far cry from confrontations of the past: Belfast Telegraph
Raymond Kilpatrick

Relief as parade passes off peacefully: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Stop and search under scrutiny: Belfast Media
Basil McCrea

£2,000 legal aid bill for Knight (Jul 1): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Rubber bullet victim shares stage with soldier (Jul 4): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland archives show 1970s moves to keep republicans behind bars: Guardian.co.uk
Owen Bowcott

Getting more from our MLAs (Jul 2): The News Letter
Rick Wilford

Mending our divided society makes sense economically (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Bridging the divide falls victim to cuts (Jul 4): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Economy to fore as North and South meet: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Cross-border body to raise sale of bank (Jul 1): Belfast Telegraph

Disputed north Atlantic outpost to 'fall to Britain's greedy hands' (Jul 4): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Former DUP leader Ian Paisley to take seat in Lords: BBC

Clerics reject Paisley's pope visit comments: The News Letter

Opponents of Papal visit make strange bedfellows: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Papal visit – Catholic Church asked to pay more for Pope's tour: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Sunday, July 4

Orange anger over Drumcree impasse: The News Letter

Bonfire near city hospital 'unsafe': UTV Internet

The former terrorists who are now preaching peace (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Graffiti vandals target Orange halls: UTV Internet

Voters count cost of bigotry (Jul 1): Belfast Telegraph
Conall McDevitt

Salmond fury at referendum date: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin and Hamish Macdonell

An Irishman's Diary (Jun 29): The Irish Times
Desmond Fisher

Rioters attack police in west Belfast: UTV Internet

Honour for killed soldier's family: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast 'Bloody Sunday' Inquiry Called For (Jun 29): The Epoch Times
Damian Robin

Paisley 'drawn and hung' at Stormont and Westminster (Jun 29): BBC

DUP accused over reform of councils (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph

The breakdown between Church and State poses a political dilemma: (from the Government Gazette)
John Coulter

'Cameron must keep PMS election pledge': The News Letter

North/South Language Body accounts criticised (Jun 30): BBC

Does Tony Blair merit the Liberty medal?: The Observer

Why does the world buy into Tony Blair?: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

I'm Irish – but I'll be backing the England football team in 2014: Guardian.co.uk
Roddy Doyle

SNP accused of spinning Scottish independence to US in tourism plan: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Thousands take part in Orange Order marches: Scotland on Sunday
Karl Mansfield

Saturday, July 3

£800m Hillsborough justice deal not under threat from spending cuts, insists DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Dual mandate purge risks talent exodus: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Campbell attacks McCrea over unity: The News Letter

UCUNF not the end for Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Jeffery Peel

No change after late move over Drumcree: Portadown Times

Newtownbutler man fails in loyalist band march appeal: BBC

Group hits out at lack of bonfire policy: The News Letter

Why we can't let these parade rules trample over civil rights: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Nationalists told to 'get real' on policing: The News Letter

Orde calls for retention of HET: UTV Internet

PSNI budget must surely be protected: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Shots fired at Crossmaglen police station: BBC

Aughnacloy – Second bomb drama in two weeks: Belfast Telegraph

How an MI5 'weapons dealer' tricked a Real IRA leader: BBC
Conor Spackman

A popular front could be answer to tribal politics: Belfast Telegraph
Jenny Muir

Paisley says invitation to Pope 'a mistake': Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Ian Paisley rapped on Pope remarks: Belfast Telegraph

Former chief constable says HET should be retained: BBC

Man remanded over murder of soldier in 1992: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday' widow breaks long silence: Derry Journal

Kerry TD opposed to proposed visit of Queen Elizabeth II: The Kingdom
Brendan McCarthy

'Queen not welcome here' motion branded a nonsense: Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

So, dad, will the Queen come to our house for tea?: Irish Independent
David Robbins

Hillary Clinton convenes Irish economic summit in D.C.: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Cooper

Dispatch from 'Legenderry': Financial Times
Matthew Engel

Pursuing peace: Philadelphia Inquirer
Editorial

When Irish eyes aren't smiling: Haaretz
Rob Brown

Friday, July 2

Orange Order march on Garvaghy Road banned again: BBC

Tension builds ahead of band parade: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Parade protest call 'totally irresponsible': The News Letter

Officers disciplined over attacks: UTV Internet

Police attacked in Craigavon: The News Letter

NI Policing Board vetoes armed civilians plan: BBC

Anger at PSNI recruitment freeze: UTV Internet

Union flag flying is 'provocative' says Sinn Fein: Impartial Reporter

Nationalists must articulate a future that's all-inclusive: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Unionist unity is Sinn Fein's greatest wish (Jun 30): The News Letter
Basil McCrea

Law of unintended consequences may scupper pact bid: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

Secret agents are our hidden heroes: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Interface gardeners cultivate growing bond across the divide: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

The real question to ask is not: why a visit from the queen now? No, it remains: why only now?: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Republican's bid to view on-the-run documents fails: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Troubles deserve attention: The News Letter
Editorial

June 10th, 1974 – Hostages teach IRA kidnappers all about racing (Jun 10): The Irish Times

NI corporation tax rate 'driving business south': BBC

Ex-minister's fears over Ulster's future: The News Letter

Public sector cuts will damage Ulster badly – Burnham: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Pope visit a 'mistake' – Paisley: The News Letter

Pope Benedict XVI about to be put on trial by the BBC: Daily Telegraph
Tim Walker

Church needs to hold its nerve in face of hostility: Irish Independent
David Quinn

No chance a Roman Catholic could become king after monarchy reforms are abandoned: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Police warn Orange marchers: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

England football team could play Republic of Ireland in November: Daily Telegraph
Mark Ogden

Prime Minister urged to fly Scotland flag over Downing Street to back Murray at Wimbledon: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, July 1

Kenny says 'IRA and army council are no more': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Sinn Fein MPs under pressure over parliamentary allowances: Belfast Telegraph

'Unionist unity would increase SF vote': The News Letter

Will fight to lead UUP give the real crown to Sinn Fein?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Disinterested voters move to fore in unionist equation: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

Northern Ireland's balancing act: (from the Government Gazette)
John Coulter

Parade will not pass spot where Kevin McDaid died: Coleraine Times

Storey challenge over Rasharkin parade: Ballymoney Times

Orangefest 'is a celebration of culture': The News Letter

Tourist board's flagship walks: Belfast Media

Plans for civilian guards to protect terrorist targets: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Weir

Chief Constable vows to tackle 'PSNI myths': Newry Democrat

Is it time to allow PSNI and Gardai to cross the border?: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Real IRA commander caught in MI5 arms dealing sting: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Two guilty of Real IRA gun plot: BBC

The twilight intelligence war that never ends: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Queen of England to make first visit to Ireland: GlobalPost.com
Conor O'Clery

Sinn Féin opposes queen's visit: The Anglo-Celt
Michael Cryan

Green carpet for Queen Elizabeth: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

'In England, his killers would have been quickly in the dock' (Jun 27): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Commission for victims seeks to deal with NI past: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Political will or not: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Finucane family invited to discuss inquiry into murder: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Paisley under pressure over Reavey apology: UTV Internet

Man charged over 1992 murder of soldier in Derby: BBC

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