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Saturday, July 31

Belfast riots CCTV images released: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Boy, 13, charged over Ardoyne riot: UTV Internet

No hiding place for city rioters: The News Letter
Editorial

Ardoyne residents 'prisoners' during riot: UTV Internet

Adams to meet with Ardoyne loyalists: The News Letter

Northern Ireland's strange peace: SocialistWorker.org
Sandy Boyer

Hardliners recruiting on Facebook: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Prisoners throw urine in dirty protest: UTV Internet

Unionism can learn from London and Dublin: The News Letter
Mick Fealty

Anger as republicans paint postboxes green: The News Letter

No evidence IRA killed Armstrong – Adams: RTE

Widow's relief at remains find: The News Letter

Armstrong family to visit site in Monaghan: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Maze won't be terror shrine – DUP: The News Letter

Unionist group criticises Maze prison plans: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

HET chief opposes amnesty: The News Letter

Bishop backs inquiry into killings by paras: The Irish Times
John Heaney

Ballymuprhy shootings – Robust, independent probe into 1971 killings needed, says bishop: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Fury over attack on siege hero's statue: The News Letter

News media should not be bound by Border, says Brady: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Labour candidates may fight elections in Ulster: The News Letter

The fighting Irish: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

CAS ruling rocks Northern Irish: The Scotsman
Martyn Ziegler

Unionist outcry as sports court rules against IFA: The News Letter

Cross-Border political welcome for completion of dual carriageway linking Dublin to Belfast (Jul 30): The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Friday, July 30

PSNI to release images of Ardoyne riot suspects: BBC

Ardoyne Riots – Investment 'could be harmed' by the negative publicity: The News Letter

Paisley backing for stop and search powers: Ballymoney Times

Maze prison peace centre gets go-ahead: Guardian.co.uk
David Batty and Henry McDonald

Plans for a 'Troubles museum' given the green light on the site of top-security Maze prison: Daily Mail

Unionist leaders angry over 'conflict centre': The News Letter

At last progress on the Maze: UTV Internet

Maze Logjam Broken: BBC
Mark Devenport

Agreement on the Maze site is timely: The News Letter
Editorial

Prison 'dirty protest' is echo of troubled past: The News Letter

Ian Gow was the ultimate loyalist – and he paid the ultimate price: Daily Telegraph
Bruce Anderson

Remains in bog believed to be one of IRA 'disappeared' victims: Irish Examiner
Catherine Shanahan and Joe McCabe

Family wait for 'Disappeared' remains to be identified: UTV Internet

Searches continue for the 'Disappeared': RTE

Who were the 'Disappeared'?: BBC

Church backs Army killings probe: Belfast Telegraph

Tensions mount in St James' area: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Man suffers fractures in paramilitary-style attack: Carrick Times

Time to make cash from the sash (Jul 16): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

I believe passionately in the United Kingdom: The News Letter
Andy Burnham

Four Irish schools set to open in North: The Irish Times
Hugh McDowell

'Segregated schools only breed division' (Jul 28): The News Letter

Ambassador keeps 'mum' about Queen's Irish visit: Irish Examiner
Anne Lucey

A family united: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

High Court case – Sinn Féin challenges refusal to hold byelection: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan and Mary Minihan

Thursday, July 29

Sinn Fein revealed as richest party in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Three out of four main NI parties in the red: BBC

Time for a progressive left pro-Union party: The News Letter
Dawn Purvis

The Tory link: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Paisley's bid to rewrite DUP history doesn't bear scrutiny: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Stimulating views from Ian Paisley (Jul 27): The News Letter
Editorial

Man travelled 30 miles for Ardoyne riot, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Ardoyne riots – Rioters upload violent film clips on internet: The News Letter

Razing peace walls will herald new era: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Unionist in Council 'walk-out': Ballymoney Times

Asda meets family over 'Sash row': UTV Internet

I'm finished with UDA – Shoukri: The News Letter

CIRA leaders deny ousting claim: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Man arrested over dissident activity: UTV Internet

West Belfast youth shot in legs: BBC

Writing is on the wall for paramilitary murals: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ruane blasted over schools move: The News Letter

MPs to look at tax on Northern Ireland businesses: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson looks to Iris's return (Jul 28): The News Letter
Philip Baillie

Liam Adams steps up extradition fight: UTV Internet

Wednesday, July 28

Rivals press DUP on SF first minister: The News Letter

Goal must be single party, says Robinson: The News Letter
Philip Baillie

Tories 'will not fight Assembly election': UTV Internet

Tories want Ulster Unionist link to continue: The News Letter

Tory decision time: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Adams' bluff called over talks': The News Letter

Board backs Matt Baggott on Ardoyne riot tactics: Belfast Telegraph

Tourism drops after city rioting: UTV Internet

Twelfth riots must be a lesson learned: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Order wants to see the Twelfth go south – Orange leaders approve a plan for an all Ireland holiday (Jul 25): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Ready to protest march again: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Northern Ireland leaders united in plan to tear down 'peace walls': Belfast Telegraph

The Shared Future: BBC
Mark Devenport

Loyalist tensions still pose a threat: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Union may exist, but how British are we?: The News Letter
David Vance

No plan to replace Nesbitt on Victims Commission: BBC

UUP back Troubles panel expansion: Belfast Telegraph

Militant faction claims it has taken over leadership of CIRA: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'They are tired old men and women who want to think they are generals': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dissident bomb campaign threat in Britain negligible: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Ahern concerned gun attack may be linked to dissidents: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy and Steven Carroll

PSNI explore RAAD link to Derry shooting: BBC

Five in court on terrorism charges: Belfast Telegraph

Louth man's jail conditions getting worse, expert says: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Almost from independence, we abandoned our duty to defend (Jul 27): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Tuesday, July 27

Paisley would 'accept' SF first minister: The News Letter

Paisley against unionist unity moves: UTV Internet

Why I would accept a Sinn Fein first minister: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

The gospel according to Dr Paisley is still unforgiving (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Advisors to UDA call for unionist unity: The News Letter

Conservative MP Hopkins questions Sinn Fein expenses: BBC

Eirigi claim police harassment surge: Newry Democrat

Calls for prosecutions over republican parade: The News Letter

Bonfire is not wanted or needed: Belfast Media
Editorial

Paint bombs thrown at Orange hall: BBC

UVF flags still flying on Shore: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Prison reform 'yet to show change': Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

Public has to know about ex-prisoners: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Taoiseach calls for 'real politics': Newry Democrat

IMC plans special report on killing of Shankill loyalist Bobby Moffett: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

'Whacker' Duffy too afraid to return to city in INLA death threat: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Billy Wright report date is set: BBC

Jerome Quinn loses long battle against BBC over sacking: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Stop playing name games and we can all enjoy our City of Culture: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Shooting may be linked to security dispute: RTE

Football bosses score an own goal in eligibility row: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Monday, July 26

Adams agrees to Apprentice Boys talks: The News Letter

North up in arms over new proposals to curtail marches (Jul 25): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Orange events 'should be as positive as Gay Pride': The News Letter

What has Orangeism ever done for Ireland but divide it? (Jul 25): Sunday Tribune
David Kenny

Not quite ready for Liffey to turn orange (Jul 25): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Pardons given to 13 IRA fugitives since agreement (Jul 25): Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Cameraman hit by water cannon set to sue PSNI (Jul 25): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Dealing with all of the past isn't possible: The News Letter
Alex Kane

America in campaign for united Ireland (Jul 25): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Derry – by any name – is a city with a culture to flaunt: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Killer's jail term 'brings no justice' (Jul 24): The News Letter

Film planned on fate of Miami Showband: The Irish Times
Ken Murray

Donaldson appointed to Defence Select Committee: Ulster Star

Bond between NI unionists and Israelis celebrated at ceremony: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Sunday, July 25

Loyalists 'will meet' Adams over Ardoyne: The News Letter

Police given more time to question gun suspects: BBC

Teen remanded over Twelfth riots: BBC

Local police praise peaceful Twelth: Antrim Times

Flags and emblems and ignorance: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Our true colours: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

UCUNF office closes but 'pact continues': The News Letter

DUP MPs support Asda employee over 'sash' row: UTV Internet

Asda writes to victims' brother: BBC

Irish party 'to consider' Twelfth holiday proposal: The News Letter

'Don't wreck Stormont to stop McGuinness': The News Letter
Ken Bloomfield

Legal bid to ensure Pope not arrested in UK: Belfast Telegraph

Walter Mitty antics kept officials busy: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

Saturday, July 24

Key players not invited to Ardoyne talks: The News Letter

Public help identify Derry rioters: BBC

McAleese warns of peace 'wreckers': UTV Internet

President assures PSNI graduates of 'overwhelming' support across island: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

N Ireland – 'a need for continuous vigilance': The Scotsman
Gavin Cordon

Bravery saluted (Jul 22): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Elliott reveals vision of disciplined party as he beefs up leadership campaign: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Impartial Reporter and its Lisburn reader: BBC
Martina Purdy

Why the agony of the past is still hurting victims: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Civil rights founder to oppose protest laws: Derry Journal

Sectarian abuse 'hurled at Shankill footballers': The News Letter

No bail for McDaid witness intimidator: UTV Internet

U.S. Economic Envoy welcomes Ireland Fund support: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

'WW1 veterans should be honoured': Derry Journal

Siege hero Walker felled in midnight blast: Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Yes, City of Culture – but we need jobs: Derry Journal

City of Culture hope scales walls of Derry: The Irish Times
Eimear O'Callaghan

Bank GAA display 'is not acceptable': The News Letter

English-born fire officer awarded €5,000 because of harassment at Limerick fire station: Limerick Leader
David Hurley

Queen Elizabeth may be set to visit Killarney: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Resurrecting religion (Jul 18): Sunday Business Post
Alex Meehan

Mission impossible? (Jul 20): Donegal Democrat

Orange Order districts celebrate anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne (Jul 22): EMCAlmonteCarletonplace.com
Tara Gesner

Scottish separatist Adam Busby jailed for Heathrow bomb hoaxes: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Saville Report can inspire Gaza: Derry Journal

Friday, July 23

Police are planning more riot arrests: Belfast Media

Public stonings in Iran make the headlines, so why not in Belfast?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Recreational rioting – a youth fad in Northern Ireland (Jul 21): GlobalPost.com
Carrie Porter

Anti-terror legislation review details dissident threat: BBC

Warning over dissident republicans: Evening Standard

Pipe bomb explodes at PSNI base in west Belfast: BBC

Families sheltered in their back gardens during alert: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Take cold cases out of PSNI budget – McCrea: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Tough choices ahead for PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Twelfth festival organiser defends lottery funding: The News Letter

Talk to Sinn Fein, Gerry Adams urges loyal orders: Belfast Telegraph

McCann preparing new civil rights march: Derry Journal

Five detained after punishment shooting: UTV Internet

Loyalist death threat to MLA Kelly: Belfast Telegraph

Justice for the Forgotten decision 'difficult': RTE

'Good Samaritan's bomb' to be reinvestigated: UTV Internet

Attorney General asks for new inquest: Ballymoney Times

'Time to move on': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

How much of the truth can we really handle?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Terrorist jailed for 'wicked' and 'heinous' assassination that shook city: Derby Evening Telegraph

Paramilitary gunman to serve two years for killing army recruitment sergeant: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Declan Duffy – A life of violence: BBC

'We must participate fully within the Union': The News Letter
Ian Parsley

Cowen opens latest FF office in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Whitewashing Northern Ireland's notorious murals: France24.com

Will football score an own goal on nationality issue?: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Boom in shoppers from South is now over: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Shoppers search for value south of border (Jul 22): Irish Examiner
Niamh Hennessy

BNP leader left fuming after he is barred from Queen's garden party: The Scotsman
Tony Jones

Thursday, July 22

Threat of further Ardoyne protest: The News Letter

Community disowns teen rioters: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Riot accused has curfew imposed: The News Letter

It's a tall order, but the walls must come down: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Rioting in Ireland has sinister edge: GlobalPost.com
Conor O'Clery

A new generation at risk – young, angry ... and back on the streets (Jul 20): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Female officer hit by concrete block is out of hospital: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents must not be allowed to win: Irish Post
Editorial

Death threat against young Strabane 'anti drugs activist' – claim (Jul 20): Derry Journal

Man injured in Carrick 'paramilitary' attack: UTV Internet

Alleged UVF boss is denied bail on pipe-bomb charge: Belfast Telegraph

Brother of men killed by Asda worker asks to meet management: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Asda's double killer employee – Why did he get his job back?: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Our mish-mash memories hinder the healing process: Belfast Telegraph
Kate Turner

Claudy report due: Londonderry Sentinel
William Allen

Bloody Friday survivor 'just wants SF apology': The News Letter

Donaldson says Libyan deal not in danger over bomber: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New group helps victims of conflict: Belfast Telegraph

Twelfth lottery funding dispute: The News Letter

'Make July 12 national holiday to make Protestants feel equal': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Rousing welcome call for visiting Taoiseach: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

A province for all, inside a UK for all: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

'North should be allowed to vote for President' (Jul 20): Derry Journal

A warm welcome to David Cameron from Irish Americans (Jul 20): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Purvis defends voting record: The News Letter

Liam Adams bids for legal aid to fund media transcripts: BBC

Savers' frustration after PMS meeting: The News Letter

Ministers meet over Presbyterian Mutual Society: BBC

Questions raised over Carson link to hurling: The News Letter

BNP leader Nick Griffin to attend Royal party: Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, July 21

McGuinness 'not at conference': The News Letter

Arrest over attempted train hijack: UTV Internet

Terrorism arrests rising in NI: BBC

Graffiti attack on hall: Newry Democrat

Troublemakers are 'living in past': Newry Democrat

City cycle path is scene of violence: UTV Internet

So just who are the IBA anyway?: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

No excuses left for the violence that threatens our fragile peace: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Strange bedfellows: Belfast Media
Editorial

MLA backs new parade proposals: Derry Journal

RAAD order man out: Derry Journal

Police will be judged on how they deal with the community, warns Sinn Féin Policing Board rep.: Belfast Media
Ian Allen

Nationalists need to get real about police tactics: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Second man held in McDaid murder case: RTE

Asda reinstates Sash remark employee but denies bowing to protest: Belfast Telegraph

Eames-Bradley is 'dead in the water': The News Letter

Only a total amnesty will bring answers – UDA boss: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Past must be dealt with 'openly and honestly': The News Letter

International commission best way forward – McCartney: Derry Journal

Troubles victims' group may be wound up: The Irish Times
Ken Murray

Past trauma in context: Belfast Telegraph
Kieran McEvoy

Can Northern Ireland ever agree on how to address the Troubles?: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Public's view on report was not surprising: The News Letter
Editorial

Truth about our past may elude us: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Saville Report ran up £200k print bill: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Reaching conclusions on the Saville report findings: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Future – more a Bleak than a Cold House: The News Letter
Christopher Montgomery

Debate needed on Irish unity – McGuinness: Derry Journal

SDLP leader defends Stormont attendance: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

Tuesday, July 20

Rioting and political inertia a turn-off for possible investors: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Woman bailed over Ardoyne 'loaded gun': UTV Internet

Young rioters face travel ban: Derry Journal

Dirty tactics derail any notion of reasoned dissident agenda: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Send gardaí to deal with yobs: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Parents have to take control of rioting kids (Jul 17): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SDLP defends police after Sammy Wilson criticises top officer: Belfast Telegraph

Man charged in mob killing probe: Belfast Telegraph

Man in court over McDaid murder: UTV Internet — Link Dead

Ulster rejects Eames Bradley report on Troubles: The News Letter

Stalemate on past 'must be broken': Belfast Telegraph

Dealing with the past holds key to the future: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Paterson

Police ombudsman to seek information on Derry explosion deaths: Derry Journal

Danny Morrison – Republicans and loyalists have shown honesty but the British Government hasn't: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Economically, only the UK could afford us: The News Letter
Stephen Farry

Only conviction in Dublin for murder in North quashed: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Court to rule on Irish identity crisis: The Scotsman

Irish FA left to play a waiting game over FIFA's eligibility rules: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

Gerry Adams hurls tribute at unionist icon Edward Carson with GAA trophy: Belfast Telegraph

Women bishops – now no one can deny that the Church of England is Protestant (Jul 10): Telegraph.co.uk
Damian Thompson

Monday, July 19

'Militarist factions' in North denounced by McGuinness: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Dissident Irish republicans armed with new 'heavy' weapons: Belfast Telegraph
Patsy McArdle

Woman due in court over Belfast seizure of firearm: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Fears of new 'Troubles' after Northern Ireland riots: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Man shot in legs during gang attack: UTV Internet

Adams offers to meet friend of IRA victim (Jul 18): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Killed By His Comrades? (Jul 18): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Time for the Provos to repent (Jul 14): Evening Herald
Con Houlihan

Negative reaction to Eames-Bradley proposals: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Shared future' mustn't be forced on Ulster people (Jun 14): The News Letter
Alex Kane

100 people stage protest at Asda store in north Belfast: BBC

'We're drifting into a united Ireland' (Jul 15): The News Letter
Jim Allister

City centre chiefs 'happy' with trade during Twelfth (Jul 13): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Martin McGuinness urges unity over First World War commemorations: Belfast Telegraph

Double murder carried out with stolen PSNI gun (Jul 11): Sunday Tribune
Mick McCaffrey

Pope 'too busy' to meet Charles during state visit (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, July 18

Guns seized by police in house searches: The News Letter

Woman arrested in Belfast riot raids: Independent on Sunday
Steven McCaffery

Four men arrested in dissident republican probe: BBC

'Sinn Fein are yesterday's men': Sunday Telegraph
Olga Craig

Belfast riots – Dismissed as yobs, the rioters in Northern Ireland could be terrorism's next generation: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Ulster on the brink of fresh Troubles: Scotland on Sunday
Kenny Farquharson

Ian Paisley Jr – 'I've always been proud of dad – and proud to bear his name' (Jul 12): The Independent
David McKittrick

Unionists need something to believe in: The News Letter
Earl Storey

Prisoners' supporters must broaden campaign (Jul 13): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Secularism under fire in Sham Fight speech (Jul 14): Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

'We'll fight the good fight in Crossmaglen' (Jun 15): The News Letter

Adams's offer of a pet dog unleashed security worries (Jul 15): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Addressing Capitol Hill: Coleraine Times

Court ruling to decide Kearns' Republic fate: Sunday Independent
Sen Ryan

Anti-Catholic junk history II – Mary I killed 284, Henry VIII up to 72,000 – but it's 'Bloody Mary' and 'Bluff King Hal' (Jul 15): Telegraph.co.uk
Gerald Warner

Empire rethink would do us a power of good (Jul 10): The Scotsman
Michael Fry

Saturday, July 17

Riots – Cheevers blames feuding nationalists: The News Letter

Parents of Twelfth rioters could face prosecution: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Call for PSNI to meet rioting children: The News Letter

Summoned by text to the Ardoyne riots: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Interface residents appeal for respite: The News Letter

Waterside trouble condemned: Londonderry Sentinel

Locals help police find petrol bomb haul: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Riots – Detectives hunt 200 suspects: The News Letter

No funds available for riot policing, NI told: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Mark Hennessy

No bottomless pit: BBC
Mark Devenport

Police riot tactics divide the opinion of unionists: The News Letter

Twelfth Riots – How the law treats minors: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast's bitter orange: Guardian.co.uk
Gerry Adams

Attackers 'just cannot leave Orange hall alone': The News Letter

We must respect each other: Coleraine Times

DUP calls for a smaller Stormont: The News Letter

'Raymond is dead to us' – Gilmour niece: Derry Journal

Tories invite McGuinness to speak at party conference: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Unionists must integrate with UK: The News Letter
Austen Morgan

Gerry Adams pays tribute to Joe at memorial to hunger strikers: Belfast Media

John Fogarty, S.F. Irish community leader, dies (Jul 15): San Francisco Chronicle
Will Kane

Culture title should end Londonderry name change: The News Letter

Derry celebrates culture capital success: The Guardian
Martin Wainwright and Henry McDonald

Redmond reveals why 'MerryDerry' got the nod: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

The changing face of Londonderry: BBC

If only walls could talk, what a tale the Maiden City would tell: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

A history shared: Laois Nationalist
Frank Taafe

Bord Bia accused of bias against NI products: The Irish Times
Seán MacConnell

Why Commons reform plan could mean fewer NI MPs: BBC
Stephen Walker

Celtic League Cornish nationalists threaten to blockade Tamar Bridge: Plymouth Herald

Could the pope's visit help heal old wounds?: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Friday, July 16

CIRA outcasts started riots: Belfast Media

IRA icon Storey squares up to 'road to nowhere' dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Northern Ireland clashes the work of small minority, Irish PM says: CNN

Hundreds protest over Ardoyne rioting: RTE

Justice committee chair slams Baggott over riots: The News Letter

We'll do everything possible to catch Twelfth riot yobs, vow police: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Residents want police to arrest rioters, claims Sinn Fein MLA: The News Letter

Belfast violence leads to seven arrests: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

18-year-old faces 10 charges over Ardoyne riot: BBC

GARC plea for end to rioting is 'too little too late': Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

Riots – Scotland Yard chief retracts PSNI criticism: The News Letter

Rioters "tried to firebomb" Lurgan train: UTV Internet

Poverty is the backdrop to the riots in Northern Ireland (Jul 14): Guardian.co.uk
Mary O'Hara

Northern Ireland riots raise worries about 'bad old days': Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Belfast – hate without purpose: The Guardian
Deborah Orr

Unrest in Northern Ireland – Marching as to war: The Economist

Why the real Twelfth is not near Ardoyne: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The Twelfth is getting less and less glorious: Belfast Media
Editorial

Londonderry Sinn Féin MLA says parade legislation is better way forward: Londonderry Sentinel

Donaldson backs parades shake-up: The News Letter

Protest bill like Special Powers – McCann: Londonderry Sentinel

Cautious welcome greets suspension of Section 44: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Veterans 'put in danger' by MoD blunder over letters: Belfast Telegraph

'These thugs have nothing to offer the local community': Newtownabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Vandals paintball Crumlin Orange Hall for the second time: Ulster Star
Mary Magee

Joy as Derry named UK City of Culture for 2013: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Derry culture title 'a gift to the peacemakers': Belfast Telegraph

McGurk's families continue to suffer: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Killer's apology is too little, too late: Banbridge Leader

Family will fight against vandals: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

Unionism must offer a confident vision (Jul 14): The News Letter
Reg Empey

Campbell queries papal visit costs: Londonderry Sentinel

Willie O'Dea will not face perjury case prosecution: The Irish Times
Conor Lally



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