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Wednesday, July 31

Further attack in Protestant estate: UTV

Praise for solidarity amid riot, but alleged police advice causes anger: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'No quality of life' at interface: UTV

Ministerial changes at Stormont made for tactical reasons: The News Letter

Castlederg march – Sinn Féin says it will re-route parade: BBC

Parades – Sinn Fein move to re-route Republican march dismissed by DUP: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Internment rally will add fuel to fire, warns DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Orangemen blast Parades Commission: Ballymoney Times

Political parties press Parades Commission over contentious IRA march: The News Letter

Parades Commission – Richard Haass can only find a way out of this maze if others work with him: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Memorial Hall attack – three teenagers arrested: BBC

Book of evidence for eight IRA accused: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Police conclude dissident searches: UTV

Security threat 'severe' as dissidents agitate for a kill: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Flag protester sentenced: Derry Journal

Mother of murdered brothers dies: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein's Phil Flanagan investigated over Royal baby tweet: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

No DUP writ to BBC, a month after broadcast: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Watch your language in shared education debate: Belfast Telegraph
Danny Kinahan

Sammy Wilson's former 'apprentice' takes over as Minister for Finance: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Post-colonial hang-up' has stymied modern Republic: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Hamilton – I am ready for new role: Belfast Telegraph

McDowell – Taoiseach must reform Seanad if it's kept: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Scottish separatist Adam Busby to be extradited over terror charges:
Severin Carrell

Tuesday, July 30

Talks follow sectarian attack in Suffolk, west Belfast: BBC

Suffolk residents plan to report PSNI response to Police Ombudsman: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Sectarian attack on a house in Coleraine: The News Letter

Man stole arch flags and put Tricolour up instead: Portadown Times

Robinson pledges DUP ministerial reshuffle: The News Letter

Town's Orange district wants to meet Haass: Portadown Times

'Politics not protests will resolve parade disputes' (Jul 23): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Games of Thrones is Orange red flag: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

"There are moments when people listen to the victims":
Barry McCaffrey

Reconciliation explored on the playing field: Carrick Times

Jamie Bryson acts as legal adviser to James Dowson: BBC

No gun salute at 'Bomber' Keane funeral – gardai: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Party donations – Veil must be lifted in interests of democracy (Jul 26): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland has sporting chance of economic boost: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Leaders drag their heels on revealing costs of consultations: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Seanad abolition a 'grubby power-grab' – Ferriter: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Each of the three pillars of State has failed catastrophically, MacGill summer school is told: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Businessman wins costs for successful appeal against money laundering conviction: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

Women in the North too have to take the plane to get a termination: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Scottish separatist fails to stop extradition: Irish Independent

Scottish independence – Call to publish donations (Jul 20): The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

The monarchy is at odds with a modern Britain (Jul 28): The Observer

Monday, July 29

Orange Order says weekly protests over parade rerouting will continue: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Top loyalist and republican agree only talking will resolve parades dispute: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Orange offer to top Catholic cleric "still hasn't been taken up": The News Letter

Orangemen out of order to moan about being victims (Jul 17): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Time to grasp olive branch of talks offer: Belfast Telegraph

Ejected party gatecrashers attack Protestant enclave: Irish News

Protests 'not helping' Ardoyne talks: UTV

Rampaging mob in west Belfast are 'an affront to their community': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ardoyne – A cockpit of violence for over four decades: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

Union flag graffiti sprayed onto republican memorial: Impartial Reporter

Kinsealy shooting linked to dissident republican feud: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Loyalist gunman Michael Stone to serve minimum of 30 years: The Irish Times

Boston tapes name gaffe – Confessions may be useless after identity codes lost: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

When killers are treated like stars: Gainesville Sun
James F. Burns

Simon Hamilton appointed new finance minister: BBC

Public consultations – We can't go on like this, says UUP leader: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ban on foreign donors funding parties 'should extend to Northern Ireland':
Henry McDonald

Royal birth can't eclipse our king-sized problems: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Believers in nationalist armed struggle caught in time-warp, says Mansergh: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

SDLP's moral guardians will only hurt themselves: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Hundreds step out to mark centenary of historic rally: The News Letter

O'Reilly says current republic a 'perversion' of 1916 ideals: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Trade union condemns Bethany Home compensation move: BBC

Bethany Home survivors vow to take case to UN: Irish Examiner
Nick Bramhill

Scottish independence – Support for monarchy vote: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Indy would be costly...but No vote will mean no more devo (Jul 20): The Herald
Gavin McCrone

Sunday, July 28

Belfast – house and cars damaged in sectarian attack:
Henry McDonald

House and cars targeted in sectarian attack: BBC

MLA condemns sectarian violence: Belfast Telegraph

'No retaliation' urged after attacks: Londonderry Sentinel

Protest as Orange Order parade is stopped: BBC

SF visits Apprentice Boys headquarters: UTV

Orange official in call for talks: The News Letter

McGuinness – Memorial Hall attack shameful: Irish News

Orange parade protesters remain poles apart (Jul 23): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Massereene tributes damaged – Attack on wreaths commemorating murdered soldiers branded 'sick': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

How one past institution, the Civic Forum, can help give us a future: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Thought for the week – Flying the flag of peace: The News Letter
Jim Rea

Now Sinn Fein must put flesh on the bones (Jul 25): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Omagh depravity haunted suspect: Sunday Independent
Sean O'Driscoll

East meets West in the growth of Belfast arts festivals: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

English club could be Celtic's Trojan horse to enter the Premier League: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Scottish independence – Call for vote on monarchy: Scotland on Sunday

Confidence in British monarchy at all-time high, poll shows: Sunday Telegraph
Patrick Hennessy

A Britain in awe of the Royals. Modern or trapped in the past?: The Observer
Tim Lewis

This has been a good week to be a republican: Independent on Sunday
Joan Smith

Saturday, July 27

Anger mounts ahead of IRA parade: The News Letter

DUP puts pressure on Parades Commission to ban IRA tribute march: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Republicans urged not to 'flaunt hatred' with anti-internment march: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

SF meets with Apprentice Boys: UTV

Order reiterates calls for peaceful protest at Ardoyne: The News Letter

Union flag removed from Orange Hall: The News Letter

DUP say Union flag theft from Orange hall is a hate crime: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Bigots paintbomb Apprentice Boys' hall: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Fein condemns paint attacks on Apprentice Hall: The News Letter

Youths damage Massereene wreaths: Antrim Times
Lorna McKay

Riot accused Mark William Orr 'a former soldier': BBC

Man held over brutal death of bomber Keane: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Most people in State still favour a united Ireland but don't expect one any time soon: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Value of Boston College tapes diminished by anonymous voices: The Irish Times
Chris Bray

Another group comes out against Maze plan: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Catholic schools flooded by demand: Tyrone Times

Publishing party donations would be sign of hope in future (Jul 25): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alliance to challenge Castlereagh council decision: BBC
Mark Devenport

Super council launches with row: Derry Journal

It's simple, Simon Hamilton, you have to slash spending: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Enda Kenny urged to keep pledge over A5 road: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin denies U-turn on abolition of Seanad: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Agnostic Gilmore got legal advice on swearing religious oath: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Anger over Bethany home redress snub (Jul 25): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

We celebrate the Royal family because it symbolises our liberty: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Royal male delivers bundle of joy for all (Jul 24): Belfast Telegraph
Mary Kenny

Scottish independence starts to hypnotise north east England:
Severin Carrell

Dare to set out a vision, First Minister (Jul 26): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Friday, July 26

Top republican echoes Queen's words in new move on reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

We're ready to talk right now, Orange is told: Belfast Media

Orange justified in further protest, but it must be peaceful: The News Letter

'We are not going to go away' – McCrea: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Talks over Castlederg republican parade: UTV

Unionist 'concern' over Castlederg IRA commemoration parade: BBC

Sometimes it feels like groundhog day, admits Parades Commission member: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Accused 'felt riot was a bit of fun': UTV

Pouring petrol on those loyalist bonfires: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Teenager arrested after Union flag stolen from Belfast Orange Hall: Belfast Telegraph

'Hokey-cokey' flags row gets more heated: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Anger as tourists lose passports in mugging at Falls Road mural wall: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

DUP man condemns attack on memorial to IRA volunteers: Fermanagh Herald

Recorded meetings bid to stop 'abuse' at Castlereagh Borough Council: BBC

No bail for Thatcher rioting accused: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Third attack on Apprentice Boys hall: UTV

Durkan condemns Apprentice Boys Hall attacks: Derry Journal

Four men to stand trial for murder of dissident republican Peter Butterly: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

'Murph families' new truth strategy: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Records show political parties' earnings and losses: The News Letter

Secrecy over who's donating to Northern Ireland's political parties may end next year: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin calls for Yes vote in Seanad referendum: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

Flanagan sorry for Royal baby tweet: UTV

Sinn Fein MLA reported to Standards Commissioner for Royal baby tweet: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

I'm not anti-British, I just wasn't that pushed about the royal birth: Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

Royal family prejudice, the future King will never be Catholic: Irish Voice/

You can call the Irish president gay and get away with it. But if you make the same mistake with the DUP...: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Salmond – inconceivable independent Scotland would have taken part in Iraq War (Jul 25): The Herald

Thursday, July 25

Dissidents plan Belfast rally – Permission sought for 5,000-strong internment anniversary parade: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Tánaiste and Northern Secretary urge Orange Order to reconsider parade strategy: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orange Order pleas for community help in parade row: The News Letter

A tale of two universes in Derry and Belfast: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Saturday's protest helped put focus back on republicans (Jul 22): The News Letter

DUP criticises Alliance's flag deposit plan: BBC

Whiterock flag theft is 'cultural hate crime': The News Letter

Teenager hits out at Maze plan: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Maze opponents should register views, urges councillor: The News Letter

Allister questions use of more outside police officers for next big event: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Man arrested over Twelfth rioting: UTV

Teenager 'threw bottle at police' in Portadown: BBC

Man refused bail over Derry disorder: UTV

Man arrested in dissident Larry Keane murder inquiry: Irish Independent

London Notebook – We haven't gone away for Westminster, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Challenges await new Stormont ministers Durkan and Hamilton: BBC
Mark Devenport

Benefit of Irish-medium education is there for all: Belfast Telegraph
Micheal O Duibh

Why Congressman Peter King should run for US president: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

A5 project – Politicians to discuss stalled road scheme: BBC

Scottish and Irish history must not be abused by promoters of sectarianism (Jul 22): Scottish Catholic Observer
Ian Dunn

Time to face up to sectarianism (Jul 21): Scotland on Sunday

Devolution – This English question demands an answer: Daily Telegraph
Sue Cameron

Wednesday, July 24

Ligoniel lodges refused permission again to walk the Crumlin Road: The News Letter

Orange Order plans more parades but says – nobody wants a long haul: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Leading loyalist calls for Sinn Fein gesture to resolve marching impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Royal Baby – Flag flies at City Hall but not Stormont: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Tale of two Belfasts as overt celebration meets with covert libation: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Jamie Bryson in court to advise flag accused: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Should rules be introduced over flags on lamp-posts?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Unpleasant elements in supports of both Old Firm clubs need to be weeded out: Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Belfast riots 'won't impact on World Police games': Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Let's give the Games a sporting chance: Belfast Telegraph

Brother of Columba McVeigh calls for more accurate information from IRA: Tyrone Times

No price to put on passion: The Scotsman
Kevin Toolis

Why Belfast must never become a town called sue: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Is a United Ireland economically viable?:
Alan Buckley

Newsagents outraged by need to pay for papers they don't want:
Roy Greenslade

The Royal family has sidelined the republicans: Daily Telegraph

A child is born – King Liam?: Irish Examiner

Royal baby boy – A child of some importance: The Independent

Scotland's Shame? Not In My Name.: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Tuesday, July 23

Orange Order repeats Ardoyne parade application: BBC

Ardoyne – This is just the start, marchers told as weekly rallies planned: Belfast Telegraph
Sara Girvin and Patricia Devlin

Latest Orange march bid 'irresponsible': Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Fein calls for Orange to cancel protests: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Allister warns against Parades Commission 'under a new name': The News Letter

Unionism can learn from Sinn Fein: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Jamie Bryson's lawyer raps PSNI over case delays: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Sinn Fein member condemns Orange Hall graffiti: The News Letter

Window is opened on our misty, unhinged democracy (Jul 9): Belfast Telegraph
Robert McNeil

Bucket and spade time: UTV
Ken Reid

Do we elect the person or the party?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

HET veterans on Bloody Sunday case – are they serious? (Jul 10): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Columba McVeigh – Brother calls for more information from IRA: BBC

Gardai criticised for 'denigrating' funeral of Republican: The Cross Examiner

Get tough with drug pushers: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Surrender, Deterrence and Drugs (Jul 22): Daily Mail

Republic must end trade double standards – Dodds (Jul 8): Farming Life

Why we need to scrap the Seanad (Jun 9): Sunday Independent
Richard Humphreys

NI greets royal baby boy: UTV

Scottish monarchy depends on people's will: The Scotsman
Michael Fry

New blow to anti-bigotry laws as accused is cleared again: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Monday, July 22

Orange Order starts 'long campaign' to complete north Belfast march and see dissolution of Parades Commission: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Order calls for more protests but says talks door still open: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Order praised for ensuring protest remained peaceful: The News Letter

Orange Order applies for more marches at flashpoint: Irish News
John Manley

Parades Commission likely to reject new applications: The News Letter

Presbyterian moderator urges Orange Order to call off its protest: Belfast Telegraph
David Young and Brian Rowan

Same parade, but completely different scenes: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Yes, a trouble-free day... but now there must be dialogue: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ardoyne protests are not another Drumcree, says Billy Hutchinson: The News Letter

Tale of two cities shows how Derry and Belfast can benefit (Jul 15): Belfast Telegraph
Philip Gilliland

Orange leaders outflanked by Protestant 'dissidents': Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

McCrea condemns 'anti-Protestant taunts': Mid Ulster Mail

Order 'will rise above' second attack on Bellaghy Orange Hall: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Orange Hall attacked in Clogher: Tyrone Times

Richard Haass may not be Harry Potter, but any progress will do: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Northern Ireland – Peace generation comes of age: Toronto Star
Tanya Talaga

Boy hit with petrol bomb returns home: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Service held to remember Bloody Friday: The News Letter

Stormont must see how important integration is (Jul 19): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

Sinn Féin MP calls for republican unity to help achieve Liam Lynch's vision of a republic: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Sinn Féin gearing up for European elections: Sligo Champion

New tourism strategy for Border region: Impartial Reporter

How can I avoid being charged for data roaming when close to the border? (Jul 11): Irish Independent

We're proud Neil Lennon rose above bigots' abuse to become Celtic boss, says Cliftonville chief & FIFA official Jim Boyce (Jul 14): Scottish Sunday Mail
Gavin Berry

Stop denial & end blight of bigotry (Jul 21): Scotland on Sunday
Duncan Morrow

Indifference to independence (Jul 18): The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

A neat solution to the West Lothian question, but what might go wrong? (Jul 9): The Independent
James Cusick

Britain could have two rival monarchs if Commonwealth fails to agree primogeniture law change: Daily Telegraph
Melanie Hall

Sunday, July 21

Orangemen demonstrate against marching ban in Belfast:
Henry McDonald

Loyalist protest parade in Belfast passed off without incident: Sunday Independent
David Young

Another protest parade may be organised for next Saturday – Rev Mervyn Gibson: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Thanks to community leaders: Portadown Times

Grand Master Edward Stevenson – All we ask is respect and tolerance: The News Letter

Four arrests over public disorder: UTV

Policing Board supports 'resilience of police officers' (Jul 16) The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Theresa Villiers warns parade violence will 'damage investment': BBC

Our children must be brought up to respect each other: Irish News
Leona O'Neill

Orange lodges must ensure there is total discipline over ruling (Jul 19): The News Letter

Dialogue can find solution to parade impasse: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh attack on Bellaghy Orange Hall: UTV

Disappointment at attack on historic Orange Hall: The News Letter

Belfast's Sinn Fein Mayor ready to embrace Armistice Day and royal visitors: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

It's time to learn to love our 'Britishness': Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Murder victim was Alan Ryan mourner: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Gardai launch murder inquiry into violent death of Larry Kane: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

IRA suspect gets bail despite gardai's fears: Evening Herald
Brian Kavanagh

Demolition looms for Catholic church at Harryville: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Kenny – 'I'm a Catholic. Not the best, but a Catholic nonetheless' (Jul 19): Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Don't use Church as political football: Irish Catholic
Donal McKeown

Local couple help Northern Ireland native they hosted 20 years ago: Eau Claire Leader-Telegram
Eric Lindquist

Scrapping Seanad is about a bid for total power, not saving money: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

Sectarianism a Scotland-wide issue, report warns: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Scottish independence – Better Together targets voter 'tribes' (Jul 19): BBC
Raymond Buchanan

Scottish Nationalists can rest easy, given the opposition: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Saturday, July 20

Drumcree chief – it's time for the Orange Order to talk Ardoyne residents: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police officer tells of petrol bomb horror: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Northern Ireland police prepare for renewed protests over Orange march:
Henry McDonald

PSNI vows to hold the line again at parade flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Order to hand out leaflets at protest parade urging peace: Irish News
Allison Morris

Northern Secretary appeals for calm before tomorrow's parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

East Belfast representatives raise concerns with police to PSNI ACC Will Kerr: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

No respect being shown to victims of terrorism: Impartial Reporter

Gerry Kelly interviewed by police over landrover incident: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Loyalists and police clash at Corcrain: Portadown Times

Walter's Love for colour-filled Twelfth procession (Jul 9): The News Letter

UUP committed to all-party parades talks: The News Letter
Tom Elliott

Orange Order goes from bad to worse in crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Still afflicted by fears, prejudices and biases: Derry Journal
Chris Ferguson

N. Ireland – The men who won't stop marching: Deutsche Welle
Helen Seeney

Orange Order's weekly march plan is road to nowhere: Belfast Telegraph

Future of Parades Commission is under the spotlight (Jul 17): The News Letter

Standing on our own feet: Derry Journal

Perpetuating hatred – Breaking the cycle of destruction (Jul 16): Irish Examiner

Bomb alerts cause traffic chaos during Belfast rush hour: Belfast Telegraph

Man shot in paramilitary style attack (Jul 10): Newtownabbey Times

Play park horror as boy aged 11 is hit by petrol bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Graham

Hand yourselves in, mother tells boys who set her son on fire with petrol bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Anderson looks back on first year as MEP: Derry Journal

Real IRA bomb plotter Larry Keane found murdered in Ireland:
Henry McDonald

Larry Keane's ex-wife – He cracked up in the Lebanon: Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

Stormont urged to enact Armed Forces Covenant (Jul 17): The News Letter

Trade links a chance for new relationship with UK (Jul 18): Irish Independent

Devolution argument raises its head again over earnings:
Andrew Coffman-Smith

A struggle between Church and State (Jul 16): The Irish Times

Let's build up democracy, not tear it down by getting rid of Seanad: Irish Independent
Martin Mansergh

Upper House abolition is just a low stunt: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Scottish islands say 'we want to control destiny' (Jul 19): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

After 300 Years, Scotland Threatens to Leave Britain: Huffington Post
Ben Barber

Why my union is out to fight for the Union: The Scotsman
John-Paul McHugh

The big challenges that face the Old Firm chiefs (Jul 14): Scottish Sunday Mail
Hugh Keevins

Could the royal baby's name cause a political row? (Jul 19): Daily Telegraph
Tim Walker

Friday, July 19

Sinn Fein Lord Mayor criticises IRA tactics: The News Letter

Building the peace in Belfast: Irish Catholic
Martin O'Brien

Orange Order again banned from Ardoyne march: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Restrictions on another march are welcomed: Irish News

Orange Order appeals for calm ahead of parade ban protest: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Police to quiz Gerry Kelly over jeep row: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ritchie calls on Orange Order to show 'real leadership' in Westminster: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Loyalists targeting journalists are taping up their own mouths: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionist fury over IRA tribute rally: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Sligo visitors enjoy three day display of Orange culture: Impartial Reporter
Brian Donaldson

Frazer – PSNI are stalling my trial to silence me: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mutual aid police describe riots: UTV

Petrol bomb thrown at 11 year-old: Derry Journal

Two remanded over Belfast disorder: UTV

Dirty old town... wait goes on for Twelfth clean-up (Jul 18): Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Why Stormont should look to Londonderry for solution (Jul 15): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Tolerance is a two-way street: The News Letter
Colin McCusker

Meghan O'Sullivan – Richard Haass' right-hand woman keen to work at coalface: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Richard Haass faces challenges to broker consensus: BBC
Mark Devenport

US peace envoy to Northern Ireland Richard Haass has huge task ahead: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Richard Haass to find the middle of the road: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The Haass Task: UTV
Ken Reid

Police put at risk in dissident hotspots: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dissident republican inquest may be 'derailed': Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Three face trial over bomb find in holdall: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Jail for man guilty of transporting handgun for IRA: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Kenny meets Dublin and Monaghan bombings families: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Enda Kenny urged to press British PM over intelligence papers: The Sun
Sarah Stack

Gareth O'Connor murder – Names redacted in police documents: BBC

Calls for probe after sectarian chants at match: The News Letter
Rebecca Black and Mark Rainey

Congressman Peter King said to be considering White House run: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Pete King confirms White House interest: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Pete King Fund-Raises off Presidential Speculation: NY Observer
Gideon Resnick

Vote for Irish abroad is a 'very important issue', says President Higgins: Irish Post

President of Ireland visiting Iona in celebration of joint Gaelic heritage: The Herald
David Ross

Brand Ireland must not lose out to UK: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

SNP lifted by UK-Ireland common visa plan: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Royals throw a curve ball: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Gilmore rules out any change to "triple lock": The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Terror threat must not be exaggerated, warns watchdog (Jul 17): Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Thursday, July 18

Renewed bid for Orange parade: The News Letter
Mark Rainey and Sam McBride

Problems to be dealt with through talking says US envoy: Irish News
John Manley

Orange will enter dialogue with top US diplomat Haas: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Northern Ireland drafts in police reinforcements after more violence:
Henry McDonald

Norfolk police sent to Northern Ireland to deal with Belfast riots: Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Colin Adwent

Four arrests in further disturbances: UTV

Higgins tells North's leaders to confront violence: Irish Independent
Shane Hickey

MP tells McGuinness – City is not a parading 'template': Londonderry Sentinel

Accusation of 'double standards' over IRA commemoration parade: The News Letter

Loyalists 'pulling rioters' strings': Newtownabbey Times

Prime Minister wishes Dodds well after attack: The News Letter

Dallat to meet police over bonfire threat: Coleraine Times

Frazer says NI21 should be renamed 'AK47 Party': The News Letter

Court hears Willie Frazer told Basil McCrea at Stormont 'You're a disgrace': Belfast Telegraph

Judge rules technical bail breach but releases Frazer: The News Letter

Willie Frazer arrested but why wasn't Gerry Kelly, ask loyalists: The News Letter
Sam McBride and Mark Rainey

Englishman 'joined riot to fit in': UTV

They're worlds away from riots on streets Northern Ireland's other hotheads: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Belfast loyalists riot one month after lofty Obama speech (Jul 15): Daily Caller
Charles Rollet

Riots show 'toxins of divisive past have not entirely abated': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Unionist leadership must face down Orange bullies: Irish Independent
Susan McKay

Orangemen and unionists need a shared future too: Belfast Telegraph
Gavin Robinson

Time for the Orange Order to engage in some new thinking: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Talk, then walk, is the way forward: Belfast Telegraph

Flag riot accused face trial: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Complaints over emblem on road through village: Carrick Times

Gardai prevent paramilitary show at bomb suspect funeral: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Rabbitte beset by Republican protesters in Dublin pub: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Suspicious death of IRA gun runner dominates 'Whitey' Bulger trial: Irish Independent
Richard Valdmanis

Sectarian chanting at Cliftonville/Celtic clash: The News Letter

Open at Portrush no closer (Jul 18): Irish Examiner
Simon Lewis

Pittsburgh's contribution to the Irish peace process celebrated (Jul 15): Irish Voice/
Jane Walsh

Irish and British governments to trial common tourist visa this year: The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

Irish and British agree economic master plan for closer integration: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Ireland set to review policy of military neutrality: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Time for Irish to say 'See EU later' (Jul 15): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Marsden man sacked for 'drunken' IRA Facebook rant: Huddersfield Examiner
Martin Shaw

Salmond will 'say anything' to win independence: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Wednesday, July 17

Northern politicians condemn Orange Order parade ban in tight vote: Irish Examiner
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Nothing patriotic about flag-carrying rioters – Villiers: The News Letter

Fifth night of violence was much quieter: The News Letter

Belfast riots – US diplomat arrives to resolve thorny issues as petrol bombs and missiles injure police: The Independent
David McKittrick

Former US envoy flies in to chair talks: Irish News
John Manley

Orange Order should engage with Richard Haass's new group on parading, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP MLA's claim that 'nationalists put statue on bonfire' faces derision: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Republican board found on Fountain bonfire site: Derry Journal

Those who attacked police with ceremonial swords 'should be in prison' – Peter Robinson: The News Letter

Petrol bomb attacks 'deplorable' – DFM: UTV

McGuinness – Thoughts with Unionists after interface violence: The News Letter

Derg parade goes ahead following last minute Judicial Review: Ulster Herald

Paint bombs seized in Loyalist protests: Derry Journal

Twelfth parade rioter 'attacked police with own baton': BBC

Frazer arrested again: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Bryson fails in legal bid to attend debate: UTV

Loyalists protest at Stormont: The News Letter

Mood on streets remains ugly, but US diplomat Richard Haass offers hope: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

New protests, same 'troubles' as riots roil Belfast: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Police stand firm to send a clear message to the rioters: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

How a Parades Tribunal could be the answer: The News Letter
Chris Ryder

Talking offers Order road from cul-de-sac: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order Can't shirk blame: Derry Journal

Order committed to peaceful protest and political solution (Jul 16): The News Letter

Will Orange Order's right to march trip up bid for new Bill of Rights?: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Terror payout laws 'indefensible': Belfast Telegraph

Will petrol bomb victim Thomas Curry ever get justice?: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Delay upon delay – Can Northern Ireland ever deal with its most difficult cases?:
Barry McCaffrey

The Catholic unionists: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Assess military covenant shortfalls': UTV

Terror review – Trend towards 'less-organised plots': BBC

Ballymena councillors could get big pay-off (Jul 9): Ballymena Times

Committee of British MPs to review how banking system works in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Irish peace projects receive £1.5m: UTV

Lennon hopes for peace in Belfast as Celtic kick off Champions League campaign: Daily Mail
Ronnie Esplin

Three major winners want the Open to return to Northern Ireland. Here's why it won't happen:
Eamon Lynch

Farc may adapt 'North-style' peace deal: The Irish Times
Tom Hennigan

Swearing oath to Queen a complaint best made by citizens (Jul 15): Beacon News
Norman Leach

Tuesday, July 16

Pipe bomb attacks launched on police in Belfast amid loyalist parades trouble:
Henry McDonald

Child's lucky escape after dissidents throw blast bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Assembly to debate parades ruling after violent Belfast weekend: BBC

Orange Order plans to picket Stormont as MLAs gather: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

PSNI Chief Constable urges Stormont to condemn all violence: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Order told to identify rioting Orangemen during Belfast Twelfth clashes: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Riot injury toll rises to 71 officers: UTV

PSNI chief on Twelfth riots – 'Animalistic' attacks on police were attempted murder: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Anger at media's 'blind eye' over attacks: The News Letter

Gerry Adams calls for end to Belfast parade protests: BBC
Martina Purdy

DUP's Nelson McCausland – Right of peaceful protest 'fundamental': BBC

Belfast in Chaos After Days of Protestant Rioting, Police Injuries: Daily Beast
Nico Hines

US Vice President Biden deeply concerned by Belfast violence: RTE

Norris says loyalist behaviour 'stupid' and 'Neanderthal': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Gilmore condemns attacks on PSNI officers: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Mervyn Gibson – Parade riots 'train crash waiting to happen': BBC

Twelfth riots – Orange Order blames Parades Commission for creating crisis on Belfast streets: Belfast Telegraph

'PSNI has serious questions to answer' says Orange Order: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Parades Commission defends it's Ardoyne decision: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Orange leaders are praised for work on trouble-free parade: Londonderry Sentinel

Lodges will face even more bans if they continue to flout rulings: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Eight arrested over further Ardoyne disorder: The News Letter

Man 'travelled almost 30 miles to attack police vehicles': The News Letter

Attacks lead to calls for review on swords: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Bombs thrown at police in fourth night of violence across Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Man travelled 30 miles to join Twelfth riots, court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order damaged by lack of a plan: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Life goes on in Northern Ireland despite sadly predictable Twelfth rioting: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orange violence, hangover from British misrule: Press TV
Finian Cunningham

Stop blaming everyone else: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Why cuddling up to Orange Order would be a mistake for the DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Order must come out of utter chaos: Belfast Telegraph

The real Twelfth story of carnival-like, peaceful parade: The News Letter

Suspected sectarian attack on historic buildings: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

UK failure to investigate IRA deaths breached human rights, says ECHR: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

DLP calls for urgent and fundamental change at HET: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'No paramilitary display' at dissident's funeral: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Wisconsin's Zach Gevelinger released after nine days in Northern Ireland:
Michele McCormack

Security increased for Celtic match in Belfast: The Herald
Martin Williams

Don't wear Celtic colours in Belfast, fans warned: The Scotsman
Rory Reynolds


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