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Sunday, July 31

A public wary of IRA's true intent: Sunday Independent
Willie Kealy

Optimism in streets of Dublin: Daily Ireland
Larry Levin

'By their deeds shall ye know them': Limerick Leader
Barry Duggan

Up and down the Falls Road, the birthplace of the Provos, the people are celebrating: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Bandit country has lost enthusiasm for peace: The Sunday Times
Dearbhail McDonald

Army Council move to avoid IRA split: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

British Army Moves to Match IRA: Los Angeles Times
Ron DePasquale

Military response to IRA move expected: BBC
Brian Rowan

Unionists hit out at response to IRA pledge: Scotland on Sunday
Nicholas Christian

DUP to wait two years before sharing power: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

US presses IRA over foreign operations: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

IRA declares peace, but for some old warriors it's abject surrender: The Observer
John O'Farrell, Gaby Hinsliff and Henry McDonald

A Farewell to Arms – Why Adams blinked: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

'My only emotion is indifference': The Observer
Anthony McIntyre

Questions that give rise to scepticism: (from the Irish Times, Jul 29)
Frank Millar

Sceptics still have much to say and questions to ask: Sunday Independent
John A. Murphy

The IRA – Is this really the end?: Sunday Herald
Ed Moloney

Oh so predictable responses to the IRA stand-down: Daily Ireland
Robin Livingstone

We've heard it all before from the IRA: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

IRA statement: tardy, self serving, sinister: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Adams succeeded where Dev failed: (from the Irish News, Jul 29)
Brian Feeney

Onus is now on both governments: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

Why Gerry and Martin face long haul: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

The dark truth lurking behind the optimism: Sunday Independent
Paul Bew

Editorials

McCabe – SF pushed for a deal on killers: Sunday Independent
John Drennan & Maeve Sheehan

Prison apology to bomb family: (from the Irish News, Jul 29)
Catherine Morrison

'Truth commission' to aid IRA victims: The Observer
Gaby Hinsliff and Henry MacDonald

As I.R.A. Backs Off, Loyalist Gangs Battle One Another: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Garnerville five days on: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Victim of loyalist feud was in hiding: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

UVF has to get rid of guns says top loyalist: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Loyalist FM station 'must be shut down': Belfast Telegraph (Jul 28)
Brian Hutton

'Hypocritical deal' alleged on Ballina Council top jobs: Western People (Jul 27)

Saturday, July 30

The watchtowers start coming down as Belfast reflects on IRA statement: The Independent
David McKittrick

Masterplan for IRA peace under way as bases shut: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Unionist alarm at army pull-out: The Scotsman
Gerri Peev

Hain will not influence IMC paper: BBC

Adams urges loyalist paramilitaries to follow suit: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

'No secret amnesty' agreed for crimes of the past: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

'I am disgusted that they don't regret the lives they've taken': The Guardian (Jul 29)
Nicholas Watt

Freeing fanatics too much to bear, says husband of paralysed victim: Irish Independent
Joe Churcher

Hume calls for full implementation of Agreement: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Provos 'must not be allowed to privatise crime': Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

To Some in Ulster, Celebration of I.R.A. Pledge Is Early: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Unionists Just Don't Feel Like Cheering: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

A betrayal, says RSF's O'Bradaigh: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Fight for justice not over yet: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Thumbscrews to turn on politicians: BBC
Mark Devenport

The first steps on the long path to power-sharing in Northern Ireland: The Independent
David McKittrick

Army gets ready for pullout after IRA halts war: The Times
David Sharrock

Sinn Fein's political journey: BBC
Martina Purdy

Give credence only when the IRA fulfils its promises with deeds: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

We must ask questions and cast a cold eye towards this supposed new dawn: Irish Independent (Jul 29)
Bruce Arnold

The men who tamed the IRA: Los Angeles Times (Jul 29)
Niall O'Dowd

The Provisionals have gone as far as they can... and their war is not over: Daily Telegraph
Kevin Myers

Significant. But They Have Not Gone Away: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Great statement but what happens now?: Daily Ireland
Gearóid Ó Caireallain

The IRA's statement heralds one thing – John Hume has finally beaten them: Belfast Telegraph
Pol O Muiri

Statement poses challenge to Irish republicanism: Daily Ireland
Tommy McKearney

Nothing Has Changed: (from the Daily Mirror, Jul 29)
Anthony McIntyre

How does an illegal army become a 'lawful' organisation?: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

IRA lost its Methodism in its madness: Daily Telegraph
Mary Kenny

Editorials

Orde Points Finger At The Government: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Republicans 'impressed' by improved police service: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Sinn Fein urged to take up policing body roles: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen and Claire McNeilly

Real IRA is 'still in business': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

UVF bomb parade may reignite feud: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

'Solidarity' over church attacks: BBC

Religious festivals and the new 'terror': (from Irelandclick.com, Jul 28)
Des Wilson

Friday, July 29

I.R.A. Renounces Use of Violence; Vows to Disarm: New York Times
Brian Lavery & Alan Cowell

IRA to stop fighting British: Washington Times
Al Webb

IRA announces end of violent campaign: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Decommissioning expected as IRA ends 'armed campaign': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy and Dan Keenan

IRA statement sees Army post move: BBC

IRA realises time for war is finished, insists Adams: The Scotsman
Fraser Nelson

Provos 'must make clean break': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

US – Actions must follow words: Irish Independent
Victoria Ward

A lot of scepticism but fire and brimstone is missing: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis and and Jamie Wilson

Unionists call for photographic proof: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Decision comes after over 100 days of consultation: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Spotlight on IRA's illicit financial empire: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Big drive to locate and seize assets of Provos: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Northerners get to grips with new reality: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

The cost of peace in Ulster: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

How the IRA has reached this step: BBC
Mark Simpson

Walking towards history: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Veterans may assume policing role: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

The way we were and hope never to be again: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

World is waiting to see if IRA deeds match the grand words: The Times
David Sharrock

A chance at last to get Northern institutions back on track: Irish Independent

Another trip to polls looks on horizon: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'Deal of all deals' could follow IRA move: BBC
Brian Rowan

'Surrender' puts ball in Unionists' court: The Scotsman

Ambiguity lives on: (from the Irish Examiner)
Ed Moloney

The IRA has not repented: The Times
Kevin Toolis

'Better than before' is not good enough: The Guardian
Peter Hain

Regaining initiative for the Republican movement: (from the Yorkshire Post)
Paul Bew

Editorials

No deal on McCabe killers who will stay in jail: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'I'm sick to the stomach over his release': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Hain defends Kelly jail release: BBC

Mixed reaction in estate to Orr parade: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

If you march, we will block Harryville again: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Parades body to rule on Ballymena march: UTV Internet

Feud estate operation continuing: BBC

Checkpoints erected to quell loyalist feuding: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey and Margaret Canning

£30k A Day – The Cost Of Keeping A Lid On Loyalists: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

13 held in LVF probe: Daily Ireland
Conor McMorrow

Dorrian news 'is great for families': Belfast Telegraph
Debra Douglas

Thursday, July 28


------- UPDATE -------

IRA says 'armed campaign over': BBC

IRA to disarm, but not disband: CNN

Paisley responds to move by IRA: RTE

Full text of IRA statement
------- UPDATE -------

IRA expected to announce today it is abandoning violence: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

IRA ready to disarm: The Times
David Sharrock

Statement from IRA on arms expected today: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy and Dan Keenan

Surrender by the IRA: The Sun
George Pascoe-Watson

Release of Shankill bomber signals IRA statement of end of violence: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Anger as Shankill bomber is released: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

McDowell – IRA disarmament delay 'inexcusable': UTV Internet

Think tank says direct rule only foreseeable future: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IRA move unlikely to revive local assembly: Financial Times
Christopher Adams

Sinn Fein now calling the tune before IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ahern and Blair pull together as D-day dawns for the IRA: Irish Independent

Short of peace for the IRA: New York Newsday
Editorial

Disarmament must not be half-hearted: Irish Examiner
Editorial

McDowell goes after IRA's millions in assets: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Armed and dangerous: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

UDA may step into loyalist paramilitary feud: UTV Internet

Feud fears rise after attack: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge and David Gordon

Situation at feud estate 'quiet': BBC

Police move into Holywood estate: UTV Internet

Garnerville – the police must uphold the law: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

PSNI rediscovers blind eye routine: Daily Ireland

This Mafia culture must be checked: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Unionist hypocrisy: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Arrests made in GAA murder probe: BBC

Wisdom Of Republican Parade 'Questionable': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

SF denies planning to scupper town parade: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Lives May Be Lost If This Goes On: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Apprentice Boys march protest dropped: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Unionists Urged To Join Commission: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Blair Accused Of Insulting Victims Of IRA Atrocities: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

DUP likens SF to al-Qaida: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Provisionals Just As Bad As Any Other Terrorists: The News Letter
Editorial

Wednesday, July 27

I.R.A. to Renounce Violence in Favor of Political Struggle: New York Times
Jim Dwyer & Brian Lavery

Hopes rise of IRA move on disarmament: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Adams and McGuinness 'have quit as IRA leaders': The Times
David Sharrock

Unionists attack Adams over IRA 'resignation': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Continued Political Inertia Not An Option – McLaughlin: Derry Journal

US visit for senior Sinn Féin figures: RTE

Loyalists 'want clear statement from IRA': UTV Internet

Empey Hits Out At PM's IRA 'Bias': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Provos Hold Key Meeting In Derry: Derry Journal
Joe Doran

What we want to hear from the IRA is total disarmament: The Herald
Alex Bell

Challenges Ahead: Derry Journal
Editorial

Pressure on loyalists over attacks: Irish Examiner
Deric Henderson

Police say loyalists behind attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Police Step Up Patrols As Loyalist Tensions Mount: Derry Journal

Loyalist coalition resurfaces with threats as tensions rise: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey and Catherine Morrison

LVF's Days Are Numbered: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry And Stephen Dempster

Anger at third day of estate takeover: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge and Deborah McAleese

Just what is going on at Garnerville?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Unacceptable: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Just who is in charge here?: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

It's Time For The Loyalist Terror Gangs To Disband: The News Letter
Editorial

Holy Cross attack: (from Irelandclick.com, Jul 25)
Editorial

PUP sanctions deadline to expire: BBC

End Culture Of Cover-Up And Control: Derry Journal

'Managing the information should not be taken out of the accountability process': Daily Ireland (Jul 25)
Jarlath Kearney

A brass neck's all you need in Generation '69: (from the Irish News, Jul 25)
Tom Kelly

Probe call into Special Branch 'murder set-up': Sunday Life (Jul 24)

Sinn Fein Want All-Ireland Growth Reports Published: Derry Journal

Unionists to challenge Equality chief in Commons: Daily Ireland

IRA are not al-Qaeda says Blair: BBC

Tuesday, July 26

Hopes raised that IRA is preparing to scrap weapons: The Times
David Sharrock

IRA expected to make early statement on plan for peace: The Herald
Catherine MacLeod

Talks intensify amid rumours of imminent IRA statement: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Bernard Purcell

Empey warns Blair over IRA: UTV Internet

Adams' IRA Resignation Just A Stunt, Says Paisley: The News Letter
Lesley Walsh

Final pieces prepared for 'IRA jigsaw': BBC
Brian Rowan & Mark Devenport

IRA Ready To Flog That Dead Sheep Once Again: The News Letter
Editorial

McCartneys defiant as they prepare to go: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jul 24)
Suzanne Breen

Feuding loyalists bring the fear back to Belfast: The Independent
David McKittrick

Empey – Loyalist feud out of control: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Ervine Attacked Over Feud View: The News Letter

Police presence at 'feud' estate: BBC

UVF at crisis point as loyalist feud continues: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Hain urged to rethink PUP penalty: BBC

Loyalists launch petrol bomb attack on Holy Cross church: (from Irelandclick.com)
Áine McEntee

Fr Troy dismisses claim on bombing: (from the Irish News)
AP Maginness

'Major concerns' over MI5 role: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

PSNI releases pictures of Ardoyne rioters: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Hare

Protestant group plan protest on marching: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Parades Commission members sought: BBC

Graffiti attack in Harryville: UTV Internet

MPs Back Plan For Integrated Schools: The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

'More work needed' on NI equality: BBC

Motion due on NI Equality Commission: UTV Internet

Spirit of '69 still hindered by obstacles: (from the Irish News, Jul 21)
Jim Gibney

IRA bomb blast victim's wife honoured for 30 years of care: (from the Irish News, Jul 22)
Marie Louise McCrory

Cold blooded killings: Daily Ireland
Conor McMorrow

Monday, July 25

Governments confident of IRA move soon: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Ahern talks to Adams ahead of expected IRA statement: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

IRA statement 'would be welcomed': BBC

McGrady in warning to Sinn Féin on fulfilling peace process vows: (from the Irish News, Jul 23)
William Graham

Empey to discuss impasse with PM: BBC

The Provos know this time there must be no loose ends: Irish Independent

No mincing of words: Irish Independent
Editorial

Cash carries more weight with IMC than teenagers' coffins: Daily Ireland (Jul 23)
Robin Livingstone

Donaldson fears secret deal with banged up bomber: Sunday Life (Jul 24)

Mass protests held over Seán Kelly imprisonment: Daily Ireland (Jul 23)
Jarlath Kearney

Priest speaks out after church attack: Sunday Life (Jul 24)

Sort out 12th now: (from Irelandclick.com, Jul 21)
Francesca Ryan

New low hits Nuala's officers: Sunday Life (Jul 24)
Alan Murray

Attacks 'linked' to loyalist feud: BBC

Dorrian appeal: Daily Ireland (Jul 22)
Conor McMorrow

Irish unity is a dream DUP: (from the Irish News, Jul 23)
William Graham

Irish government invests in peace: Daily Ireland (Jul 12)

Bomb group in legal aid funds snub: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 21)
Michael McHugh

Shooting similar to Gibraltar IRA deaths: (from the Irish News, Jul 23)
Marie Louise McCrory

Shoot-to-kill policy – No lessons learned from IRA campaign: Irish Examiner
Editorial

ETA peace plan mirrors north's: The Sunday Times (Jul 24)
Liam Clarke

Ex-provost's Old Firm judgement questioned: Sunday Herald (Jul 24)
Paul Hutcheon

Sunday, July 24

De Chastelain extends stay to await IRA move: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

IRA statement 'could emerge soon': BBC

'We Will Not Be Rushed By IRA Half-measures': The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

McGuinness hopes for 'positive rersponse': UTV Internet

Martins have landed, though they haven't gone away: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Breaking the link with IRA: Irish Independent (Jul 23)
Editorial

Police Report 'is Anti-RUC': The News Letter

Loyalist feud sees debate put on hold: BBC
Martina Purdy

Loyalist is bailed for seventh time: (from Irelandclick.com, Jul 21)

Collins urges a wait and see approach by critics: Limerick Leader
Norma Prendiville

Attacks on new man are unfair: (from the Irish News, Jul 21)
Editorial

New man gets a cold welcome: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 21)
Editorial

Commission being set up for a fall?: Daily Ireland (Jul 21)
Editorial

Sex story trips Trimble tormentor: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Seeing red over Orange: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Dublin-Belfast rail line re-opens: RTE

SF and its new interest in arms control: Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

Another milestone to infamy on long road of atrocity...: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
John McGurk

Shoot to kill error echoes Irish dirty war: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Tony Geraghty

The bombings in London cannot be seen in isolation from what is happening in Iraq: (from the Irish Post)
Paul Donovan

The power to believe: Daily Ireland (Jul 22)
Laurence McKeown

Those Who Face Down Terror Need Our Support: The News Letter
Editorial

How did the Israelis revive the Hebrew language?: Daily Ireland (Jul 22)
Gearóid Ó Caireallain

Saturday, July 23

McGuinness, Adams and Ferris quit IRA council: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Gene McKenna

DUP 'needs time to trust in SF': BBC

Provos' actions will speak far louder than words or excuses: Irish Independent

Empey to hold talks with Blair: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Remember the McCartney sisters?: Irish Independent
Chris Thornton

Shankill Bomb Hero – Don't Let Kelly Out Of Jail: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Hain rejects call to show Shankill bomber evidence: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Parties clash over Kelly release: BBC

SDLP refuse to back call for Kelly's immediate release: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Killer Kelly top exhibit as new window opens: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Feud will get worse says Ervine: BBC

UUP Call For Help To Bring An End To The Loyalist Feud: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

Judge says no bail for 'feud man': Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

IMC puts feud gangs on notice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Loyalists planning massive march around city centre: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

PNSI Complaints Continue To Fall: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Protestants make most complaints to ombudsman: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Castlereagh – no charges: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Two held over parade violence: UTV Internet

Ardoyne parade violence casting a long shadow: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

PSNI investigates attack on church in Ardoyne: RTE

No retaliation plea after church attack: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Stop Peddling The 'Big Lie': Derry Journal

Parties in feud over blast book: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Whataboutery: Daily Ireland (Jul 21)
Emer Brennan

Terror laws may hit preaching on streets: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

DUP slams gardaí over attacks on Glentoran buses: Daily Ireland

DUP slams Irish schools approval as 'illogical': Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Lessons from Belfast for a siege city feeling real fear: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Living in the midst of high security: BBC
Mark Simpson

Friday, July 22

Robinson – 'Be ready to leave Sinn Fein behind': UTV Internet

Population Unsure That Republicans Will Deliver: The News Letter
Editorial

Still waiting on the Provos: Irish Echo
Editorial

'IRA will not split': Daily Ireland
Conor McMorrow

IMC concerns over Belfast murders: RTE

PUP 'has no influence over UVF': BBC

Plea for mediators in loyalist feud: UTV Internet

Mental hell of sectarian attacks: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Orange and Green 'will be reconciled': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Spanish fury at Twelfth parade: Belfast Telegraph

Memorial Band Slams 'Sectarian Witch-Hunt': The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Army in refusal to hand over march file: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Orange 'culture' or an open invitation to wreak havoc?: (from Irelandclick.com)
Robin Livingstone

Ballymena Waits For Parade Ruling: The News Letter
Simon Hunter

Parades chief gets £55k in expenses: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Parades body chairman marches up huge expenses: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Call to examine evidence against Kelly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Football fans' buses attacked after All-Ireland clash: UTV Internet

A fair society deserves one 'community' law: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

MPs take step for shared schooling: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Prayer became the victor in the Border war with terrorists: Impartial Reporter

Heath marred lives of a generation: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

The truth is out there somewhere: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

Our own Religious fanaticism: (from Irelandclick.com)

Paper sues minister, alleging defamation: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Fund Makes Sure UDR Sacrifice Remembered: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Sinn Fein pressing for Peace III: BBC

Funds Split Debate Rages As South Gets 'Too Much': The News Letter
Helen McGurk

Thursday, July 21

Blair – 'No progress unless Ulster violence stops': UTV Internet

Alliance concern over delay from IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Jets cooled on IRA statement: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

SDLP stays tight-lipped on council's Kelly motion: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

PUP hits out over threat to withhold party aid: Irish Independent

Arrest me now, says Ervine: UTV Internet

PUP 'being pushed from politics': BBC

Hain under pressure to review UDA ceasefire: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill and Sarah Dobson

Man due in court on loyalist terror charge: RTE

Man charged with having 'LVF gun': BBC

Human Rights Appointments Unacceptable For Unionists: The News Letter
Editorial

Pressure mounts for greater North equality: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Veteran Tory is Northern Ireland Commitee chair: UTV Internet

London bombers stick a spanner in spin machine: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Ban IRA Parade In Our Town: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Fears of violence at republican march: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Omagh murder charges man remanded: UTV Internet

Family awaits answers after mysterious death: (from the Irish News, Jul 16)
Sharon O'Neill

What really went on in MI5: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jul 17)
Suzanne Breen

Views sought on victims' fund: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Stephen Breen

N. Irish teens serve up harmony: Trenton Times (Jul 9)
David Rout

Jane Fonda's son carries scar of Irish conflict: Sunday Independent (Jul 17)

Good start to Irish language TV fund: Daily Ireland (Jul 12)
Editorial

Tribute to Heath is wide of the mark: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

It's not the people who are to blame: (from Irelandclick, Jul 14).com)
Des Wilson

Islam, like Ireland, needs Murphy's Law: Sunday Independent (Jul 17)
Eoghan Harris

Muslim integration cannot be forced: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Wednesday, July 20

Warning of fresh trouble at interface: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Council In Re-route Bonfires Bid: Derry Journal

Magistrate's Rage At 12th Troublemakers: Derry Journal

The Twelfth – repackaged . . .: Belfast Telegraph
Lord Laird

Respect and equality the solution to Ardoyne: Daily Ireland
Anne Cadwallader

More right than most to walk Queen's highway: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Mixed reaction to UVF: Daily Ireland
Zoe Tunney

Party is urged to sever UVF link: BBC

Welcome for news of UVF discussion: Daily Ireland
Editorial

UVF blamed for shooting: UTV Internet

Shankill raids linked to feud: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Man held over alleged loyalist terror offences: RTE

DUP Call For Meeting With PSNI After Rise In Violence: The News Letter

Keep Him In Jail: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Troy attacked for raising Kelly case: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Peter Hain Must Stand His Ground Over Kelly: The News Letter
Editorial

Empey appoints MLAs to roles: UTV Internet

Unionist anger as ex-RTE boss is new equality chief: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Collins responds to unionist concerns: UTV Internet

Gardiner in call to make Ulster voting compulsory: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Crooks can use illegal stash for defence fees: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Ciaran McGuigan

Council to back call for Fullerton murder inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

'No Tears Will Be Shed For Heath': Derry Journal

Former PM Sir Edward Heath Dies, Aged 89: The News Letter
Editorial

Mr Heath and his role in N. Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Heath's legacy is a bitter one: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

De Brun presses case for Peace III funding: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

We Need Joint Authority: Derry Journal
Editorial

DUP attacks IRSP for bomb remarks: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

It's time we got on the march to make sectarianism history: The Herald (Jul 18)
Ruth Wishart

Tuesday, July 19

We need peace soon before lives are lost: Daily Ireland
Aidan Troy

Government called to explain Shankhill bomber's detention: UTV Internet

Double standards applied to republicans: Daily Ireland
Damien Kiberd

Cynical move: (from Irelandclick.com)
Editorial

The governments don't want the IRA to disband: Sunday Journal (Jul 17)
Eamonn McCann

Parades issue 'must be on talks agenda': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Peace workers' 'disgraceful role' in North clashes: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Arrests to be made after riot at parade: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Order's private army strikes again: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Paramilitaries 'want way out of violence': UTV Internet

UVF debates future as LVF feud goes on: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

UVF looks to follow peace lead: Daily Ireland
Zoe Tunney

Ulster Volunteer Force told to disband: UTV Internet

Why this family is pulling down the shutters on the Shankill: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Stephen Breen

Catholic homes attacked: Daily Ireland

Protestant Enclave Needs Police Help: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

SF MLA calls on Dodds for Belfast meeting: (from Irelandclick.com)

Dead man's family 'never under threat from IRA': (from the Irish News, Jul 15)
Roddy McGregor

McCartney sisters meet Hain: IrelandOnline

The spy left out in the cold: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Chris Anderson

Truth search must miss blame game: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Heath was direct rule architect: BBC

Heath – Was it too little too late or too much too soon?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

A tough political in-fighter who forced unionists to loosen their grip on the North: Irish Independent

Written out of history? The Official IRA revisit the past: (from the Irish News, Jul 7)

After 800 years, there is still hope for all the ABUKs out there: Sunday Independent (Jul 17)
John Chambers

Locals to have their choice in Dingle placename dispute: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy and Anne Lucey

Osama is spinning the wheel in the lottery of death: Sunday Independent (Jul 10)
Eoghan Harris

Ex-IRA man calls for better security on buses: The Guardian
David Pallister

Sectarian laws could be used against extremists: The Herald
Lucy Adams

Monday, July 18

Hain wants IRA statement 'soon': BBC

Clashes hamper IRA statement: Sunday Business Post (Jul 17)
Paul T Colgan

Ardoyne riot blast-bomber is known robber: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Ciaran McGuigan

Order rejects Attwood claim on followers: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 15)
Brian Hutton

'People on all sides have got to be open to all possibilties': (from the Irish News, Jul 16)
William Scholes and Barry McCaffrey

Counting the cost of council bonfire scheme: (from Irelandclick.com, Jul 14)
Editorial

Riots fuel fears of IRA breakaway: Sunday Business Post (Jul 17)
Paul T Colgan

Dissidents in drive for new recruits: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Stephen Breen

IRA threatens attack on mentally ill man: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jul 17)
Suzanne Breen

Locked up!: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Joe Oliver

Help PSNI murder probe, US Senate tells Sinn Féin: (from the Irish News, Jul 16)
William Graham

Officers hurt in street attack: BBC

Carrickfergus blast bomb: UTV Internet

Tory spokesman to meet loyalists: BBC

UVF plan to wipe-out LVF: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Alan Murray

Empey vessel of a party on the brink of oblivion: (from the Irish News, Jul 14)
Newton Emerson

Policing both north and south 'must be accountable': Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Cards flag up our identity dilemma: Sunday Life (Jul 17)
John Hunter

Embracing our cultural diversity: (from Irelandclick.com, Jul 15)
Michael McGimpsey

Extradition of Real IRA activists 'bypassed legal codes': Irish Independent (Jul 13)

'How did RUC not know?': Sunday Life (Jul 17)
Alan Murray

IRA-style death threats made to Shell contractors: Sunday Independent (Jul 17)
Jerome Reilly

Same old, same old from Invest NI: Daily Ireland (Jul 16)
Editorial

Dingle/Daingean – You can't have it both ways, locals told: Irish Independent
Marese McDonagh

'Army limos' party on the Falls Road: The Sunday Times (Jul 17)
Liam Clarke

CNY families welcome N. Ireland children: Syracuse Post-Standard (Jul 13)
Jackie Coley

UK intelligence 'lost' suicide bombers to IRA fixation: Irish Independent
David Charter

Northern Ireland expertise to boost MI5 team: The Times
Michael Evans and Stewart Tendler

Councils demand – allow us to ban Orange marches: Sunday Herald (Jul 17)
Liam McDougall

Sunday, July 17

Mixed signals on timing of IRA move: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Softened up for another IRA fudge: Sunday Independent

Mansergh – IRA can open doors: Daily Ireland
Conor McMorrow

Waiting for the IRA's answers: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SF circus hasn't gone away: Sunday Independent
Eoin McMahon

Talks Halted Over Ardoyne Violence: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

Parade issue 'needs to be solved': BBC

Call To Investigate 'Illegal' 12th Protest: The News Letter
Elinor Glynn

'Scary Twelfth' throws up challenges: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Rioters, Bertie, not protesters: Sunday Independent

Make the morons pay: The Observer
Henry McDonald

World sees an Orange time warp: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Heavy handed or what?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Worshipful brother expresses delight at peaceful Twelfth: Daily Ireland
Robin Livingstone

Bigger, better ... why can't we just enjoy the Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

DUP slams police over Derry parade violence: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Safety Of PSNI Officers Must Always Be A Priority: The News Letter
Editorial

Last of the patriots wallow in self-pity: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Bomb victim 'lucky to be alive': BBC

This loyalist feud goes on, but why?: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Peace accord garners support: Springfield Republican (Jul 16)
Jo-Ann Moriarty

Tribute concert to mark 30th anniversary of Miami massacre: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 14)
Claire Regan

The Miami band lined up against the van. Then they were coldly murdered: Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

Invest NI rapped: Daily Ireland
Connor McMorrow

IRA's continued mentoring of hate makes them just as evil as al-Qaeda: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Terrorism doesn't work: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Jul 16)
Jane Eisner

Ulster's lessons on how to dim the fires of extremism: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Living with fear: The Observer
Sean O'Hagan

Police condemn Orange parade disorder: The Herald (Jul 14)
William Tinning

Face it, we are united in Britishness: The Sunday Times
Allan Massie

Saturday, July 16

Adams is optimistic despite silence from IRA: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Give IRA time to deliver on statement – Adams: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

General's presence points to IRA move: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Kelly jailing 'inflames situation': Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

IRA 'must cut ties with organised crime': UTV Internet

High hopes the Provos will go away: Irish Independent

De Chastelain waiting but signs are the IRA is not disbanding: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

IRA statement on ending violence is long overdue as riots mark growing discontent: Irish Independent

IRA statement – Disbandment is the only way forward: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Plastic bullets used in response to blast bombs, PSNI insists: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

UUP Calls For A Review Of Riot Control: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

SF challenges Empey on attacks: (from the Irish News)

Orange leaders 'knew about talks': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Derry sets model for parades, says Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

The Trouble-Free Parade Is Still Possible: Derry Journal

Rioting Puts Boys' March In Balance: The News Letter (Jul 14)
Ian Starrett

Not Good For Derry: Derry Journal
Editorial

'UVF men were part of march': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Outrageous pretence of cultural identity: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Plea for justice for Loyalist feud victim: UTV Internet

Hain urged to act on UVF ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon and Jonathan McCambridge

'Loyalist threat' to nationalists: BBC

Police investigate north Belfast attack: RTE

An underclass who are loyal only to terrorism: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 13)
Lindy McDowell

Investment skewed in Unionists' favour, say Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein the biggest spenders in by-election battle: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

GAA would condemn IRA chants: Irish Examiner (Jul 12)
Jim O'Sullivan

RIRA men win cut in sentences: Irish Independent

Who better to understand Muslims' anger than ourselves?: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Marching into trouble: The Herald (Jul 12)
Editorial

Oz gets 'independents': Belfast Telegraph (Jul 12)
Ashleigh Wallace



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