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Tuesday, June 15

NI talks to resume: BBC

Citizenship referendum 'has damaged agreement': (from the Irish News)

Can polar extremes do business?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Two to tango - Europhobe DUP and Eurosceptic SF: Irish Independent

Breakthrough for Sinn Fein on both sides of the border: The Independent
David McKittrick and Paul Kelbie

Unionists Claim Victory in Northern Ireland Euro Elections: The Scotsman
Dan McGinn

Vote further polarises Ulster politics: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

DUP and Sinn Fein bask in further political gains: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Further SF successes predicted in general election: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

Success built on back of brutality and barbarism: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

SF rewarded for years of activism in the community: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Rosy Future for Sinn Féin: (from the Irish Examiner, Jun 14)
Danny Morrison

Bertie's future now more Mary Lou than Mary Harney: Irish Independent

Rerouting Our Bands 'Will Tear This Town Apart': The News Letter

Farewell to all her little peacemakers: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Contempt Shown For Unionists, Says MLA: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Dissidents blamed for club bomb: BBC

UVF in turmoil - Four dissident loyalists warned they're in danger: Sunday Life (Jun 13)

Dublin Accused Of Bigotry 'All Down The Line': The News Letter
Ian Starrett

'Love is the answer' for Christianity: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Bloody Sunday probe urged to consider Heath role in 'disaster': Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

'Death squad murdered victim': BBC

Intelligence is criticised: (from the Irish News, Jun 9)

Monday, June 14

Deal with SF not close - Robinson: Sunday Life (Jun 13)
Alan Murray

IMC 'deeply sorry' for hurt caused to family of victim: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Ahern's party slides as Sinn Fein gains: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

SF's big bang leaves heavy hitters out for the count: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Euro result is 'acid test' for Trimble: Sunday Life (Jun 13)

Expert grooming of candidates bears fruit: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

The new face of Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner

FF has only itself to blame for SF's rise: Irish Independent

Backwoodsmen can't see big 'Euro picture': (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

UVF in turmoil - Group in disarray over bomb attacks: Sunday Life (Jun 13)
Alan Murray

Catholics told of 'loyalist threats': BBC

In the right ball park: Sunday Life (Jun 13)

NI firms 'behind on diversity': BBC

Bombers unmasked: Sunday Life (Jun 13)
John McGurk

Defence Of The Sovereignty Of British Nation State 'Vital': The News Letter (Jun 2)

Catholic leader calls for Orange walk ban: The Herald
Stephen Stewart

Start of the marching season: The Herald
Editorial

The Irish "Reagan Democrats": Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Tom Deignan

Sunday, June 13

More voters want direct rule than Stormont: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Paisley's SF talks warning: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

McDowell hands advantage to Paisley: Irish World
Tom Griffin

In troubled times we never had it so good - or so bad: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Nationalist hopes of a second seat: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Trimble waits to hear if he will have to step down: The Observer
Henry McDonald

All changed, changed utterly for SDLP and UUP: Sunday Business Post
Editorial

Ireland votes in favour of curbs on citizenship: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Voters Reject Automatic Citizenship for Babies Born in Ireland: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Mayor will not talk to police on riots: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Uncle Pat pays the piper: Sunday Business Post
Simon Carswell and Paul T Colgan

Remembering Reagan's Visit: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

Pressure for Finucane inquiry grow: Belfast Telegraph

NI Labour campaigner to return to courts: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Westland Sets Good Example Over Twelfth: The News Letter (Jun 11)
Editorial

Newspaper survey to send Johnny Adair clear message: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Police search officers 'smashed down door': Belfast Telegraph

Is Hutton so worthy of a freely given doctorate?: (from the Irish News, Jun 10)
Jude Collins

Saville's futile pursuit: Daily Telegraph (Jun 10)
Editorial

Ireland's case built on a lot more than blarney: Independent on Sunday
Sam Dunn

FSB calls for public debate on Euro: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 8)
Robin Morton

Border bridge reunites communities: BBC (Jun 8)
Shane Harrison

Mary Holland: The Guardian (Jun 9)
Anne McHardy

'A unique skill for focusing on the possible': The Observer
John Hume

Saturday, June 12

DUP call for focus on restoring devolution: UTV Internet

Northern talks may resume after Euro vote: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

'Cabinet briefed on collusion': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Next stage of inquiry into collusion claims: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Judge rules on Finucane documents: BBC

Discovering faultlines can be 'humbling': (from the Irish News, Jun 7)
Roy Garland

Crime, punishment and justice: Belfast Telegraph
Robert McCartney

We Can't Ignore The Past: Derry Journal
Editorial

UFF Band's Sick UFF Terror Teddy: (from The People, Jun 6)
Sinead King

SF Filming Claims Dismissed By Police: The News Letter

Change to citizenship laws likely: UTV Internet

Major losses for FF and gains for SF are predicted: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Bush and his Irish visit: Irish Independent
Editorial

Reagan changed politics of Irish America: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Village mourns its own American son: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Court told superspy will 'expose' Real IRA: Belfast Telegraph

Move to overturn judge's RIRA ruling: UTV Internet

Charles Recalls His IRA Victim Godson: The News Letter
Stuart Coles

Parry given OBE in honours list: RTE

British Army Patrols Increase In City: Derry Journal

We Will Guard Old Derry's Walls: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Intolerance Must End: Derry Journal

Dispute school principal honoured: BBC

Brady would co-operate with Barron inquiry 'in hindsight': The Irish Times (Jun 10)
Arthur Beesley

Newspaper not going to appeal Murdoch
Dominic Timms

Terror (or Donnybrook) in Northern Ireland: New York Times
Neil Genzlinger

Friday, June 11

Campaigners hope to win freedom of Irish trio: UTV Internet

FARC man 'to reveal IRA links': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

IMC 'failed to explain report into fire death': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

NI politicians launch major effort to get voters to polls: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Support For Unionism Is Vital At Polls: The News Letter
Editorial

All aboard the EU's gravy train...: (from the Irish News, Jun 9)
Brian Feeney

Officers attacked at polling stations: BBC

Police presence provoked rioters, says mayor: UTV Internet

Unionist anger at Fianna Fail past of police press officer: The Sunday Times (Jun 6)
Chris Ryder

Spotlight on UVF ceasefire: BBC
Brian Rowan

Arrests spark fresh doubts on UVF truce: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Pirated music and films fund terrorist groups in North: Irish Examiner
Mark Sage

Stone's bizarre blackmail claim: Sunday Life (Jun 6)
Stephen Breen

Judge warned orders will put youths at paramilitary risk: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

Drumcree opponents fail to find resolution: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 8)
Michael McHugh

'More Troops Here In Summer Than In Iraq': The News Letter

Irish groups oppose US extradition treaty: (from the Irish News, Jun 8)
Ray O'Hanlon

Prison service reviews list after blunder: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 9)

Catholics in crisis: Irish Echo
Peter McDermott

Putting A Price Tag On Suffering: The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

Song and dance about the price of peace: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Can Irish Speakers Survive Reverse Colonialism?: The Blanket (May 31)
Seaghán Ó Murchú

Thursday, June 10

Date set for fresh NI talks: BBC

Most Protestants against self-rule: Financial Times (Jun 10)
John Murray Brown

A telling contribution: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Interface Peace Promise: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

UVF 'behind bomb attacks': BBC

Terrorists Are 'Wrecking Communities': The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Adair faces people power: Sunday Life (Jun 6)
Alan Murray

'Better in 1968' debate widens: (from the Irish News)

Challenge to membership order: BBC

Acquittal of the Bogotá 3 - Interview With Caitriona Ruane: The Blanket
Toni Solo

Adams predicts big gains: Irish Examiner

Apathy likely to be only winner up North: Irish Independent

Europe is still our bright hope: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

PD warning – no alliance with SF: Irish Examiner

Unionists in call for 'inclusion' of expelled: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

Republican reacts angrily to SF claim: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Church assembly passes resolution despite protests: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Terrorists Have No Place At War Memorial: The News Letter
Editorial

World honour for peace centre: Liverpool Daily Post
Gary Skentelbery

Omagh helps US cope with September 11: Living Abroad Magazine
David McKittrick

Protestant Culture 'Renaissance': The News Letter (Jun 2)

Saville abandons contempt case: Daily Telegraph
Joshua Rozenberg

Why I stood my ground with Lord Saville: Daily Telegraph
Toby Harnden

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Inquiry told of IRA gunman: BBC

Bloody Sunday Inquiry latest: UTV Internet

Wednesday, June 9

Powell in talks with NI parties: BBC

Sinn Fein Begin Legal Challenge Over IMC: Derry Journal

Killing without end - lives lost in 'peacetime': Irish Independent
David McKittrick

'Life worse now than 1968' says Mgr Faul: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

New plans to ease tensions in Belfast: UTV Internet

Churches push debate: (from the Irish News, Jun 7)
Editorial

Nationalists concerned over referendum: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

SDLP claims on referendum rejected: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Doting women put a spring in Gerry's step: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Allister's 'Win Win' Strategy For Unionists: Derry Journal

Unionists Urged To Get Out And Vote: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Gilliland stands by claim of approach from the UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

No Room For Absenteeism On Day Of Poll: The News Letter
Editorial

IRA pounce on terror tapes: (from The People, Jun 6)
Chris Anderson

SF's justice spokesman to visit 'Colombia Three': Belfast Telegraph

Presbyterian chiefs stand firm against Paisley's protest: Irish Independent
David Quinn

'Invitation Against Beliefs Of Church': The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

Arms case judgement reserved: BBC

Ban on monarch marrying catholic 'must be repealed': UTV Internet

Ex-IRA Man New Mayor: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Republican 'insult' to war dead: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Inquiry urged to discount witness: BBC

Injured pair submit more Bloody Sunday evidence: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Army silence 'contributed to Bloody Sunday tragedy': UTV Internet

Tuesday, June 8

Longshot candidate hoping for upset in Europe parliament race: Boston Herald (Jun 7)
Jim Dee

Bullies Of SF Tearing Down Poll Posters: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Wooing the voters for the last dance: (from the Sunday Tribune, Jun 6)
Suzanne Breen

Quiet respite from Euro election mania: (from the Irish News, Jun 5)
James Kelly

Watching Paint Dry, Or ...: (from Irelandclick.com)
Danny Morrison

The limits of being Irish: The Guardian
Editorial

Catholic Primate ventures into the media spotlight: (from the Irish News, Jun 5)
William Scholes

Convicted by faith? Archbishop Brady may be protesting in vain: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Nothing to fear from Newell invite: Belfast Telegraph

Departing Party Officer Has A Lash At Trimble: The News Letter

Omagh fury over DNA hold-ups: Sunday Life (Jun 6)
Alan Murray

I Do Not Feel Bitter Towards IRA Killers: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Criteria for claims a disgrace say victims: (from the Irish News, May 17)
Valerie Robinson

Loyalist links sealed fate: Sunday Life (Jun 6)
Alan Murray and Stephen Breen

Hawk saved lives by singing like a dove: (from The People, Jun 6)
Sinead King

King's role in feud end: Sunday Life (Jun 6)
Alan Murray

Appeals for calm after attacks: BBC

Pensioners face new hate attacks: Sunday Life (Jun 6)
Sinead McCavana

Orde to meet families of S. Armagh victims: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Bloody Sunday inquiry - Conclusion a comfort for families: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Monday, June 7

New moderator speaks of despair: BBC

What is Bertie Ahern playing at?: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Bomb attack 'attempted murder': BBC

SF's Nazi hero is stalking candidate Mary Lou: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Tunnel vision ...: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 5)

SF - party of choice for cop killers' friends: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Do or die for Morgan in North's battle: Sunday Business Post
Paul T. Colgan

Gilliland rejects UUP 'approach' over Europe: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 5)
Chris Thornton

Candidate steers clear of politics: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

SF takes the Queen's shilling: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Republicans who do not follow the Sinn Fein line are also entitled to their opinions: The Blanket (May 26)
Dolours Price

Dissident Tohill is bailed by judge: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 4)

Gun Lobbyist Seeks Arms for North: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Georgina Brennan

Border Identity Study: The News Letter (Jun 1)
Karen Quinn

Real IRA dishes out hunger-strike threat: Sunday Life (May 30)

Same Gang Behind 100 Murders: Derry Journal (Jun 1)

Bloody Sunday dead 'innocent': BBC

Bid To 'Keep Queen' At Council Meetings: The News Letter (Jun 1)

Freedom for Paisley on way: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 2)

I have been in torture photos, too: The Guardian (Jun 5)
Gerry Adams

John McDonnell MP calls on Irish to support British Muslims: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com

BUHS students learn about Northern Ireland: Brattleboro Reformer (Jun 4)
Daniel Barlow

Sunday, June 6

No Newshound today

Saturday, June 5

Protestants '15 Times Less Likely To Be Recruited': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Orde to meet families of S. Armagh victims: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Orde warning over informers: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Marie Foy

Give Truth Role To Victims: Derry Journal

Finucane left off ANC talks agenda: Belfast Telegraph
Sahm Venter

Revised treaty has 1st target: Irish Echo

Independent minnows swim against the tide: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Morgan In Death Threats: The News Letter (Jun 1)

'Courage' call from Belfast republican: (from the Irish Daily Star)
Mick Browne

McDowell says IRA is 'testing bombs': The Sunday Times (May 30)
Maeve Sheehan and Liam Clarke

Burdened by bling but buoyed up by brutality: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Loyalist squatters' action condemned: BBC

Mad Pup's obedience training: Sunday Life (May 30)

Legacy of brutality faces our future at school gate: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Murder victim was linked to bitter feud: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Murderous Legacy Hasn't Gone Away: The News Letter
Editorial

New national newspaper locked in legal row over use of its title: Sunday Business Post (May 30)
Paul T Colgan

Shock horror tabloids are foreign to the Irish way: Sunday Business Post (May 30)
Tom McGurk

DUP Deputy To Snub Derry's New Mayor: Derry Journal

It's easy to mock country sport set: (from the Irish News, Jun 4)
Newton Emerson

Irish troops could be sent to Iraq as peacekeepers, says US Ambassador: Irish Examiner (Jun 2)
Dan Buckley

Irish campaigners link up with Muslim community: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Friday, June 4

Irish citizenship vote stirs alarm: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Sinn Féin calls for action on Colombia Three: Irish Examiner
Louise Hogan

Ahern 'urged to press Columbia': UTV Internet

Court to rule on Finucane letter: BBC

Time For Reconciliation: Oxford Student
Peter Cardwell

SF nets 12 times more than Fianna Fail in gift donations: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Sinn Fein on course to cash in on Euro elections: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Sinn Fein predicts a hat-trick win: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Unionists Attack SF Daydreaming: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Paisley roars again as campaign battle quickens the blood: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

The Jims can start packing their PJs: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Wearing the green on the campaign trail: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Four held in garda crackdown on dissident republicans: Irish Examiner
Dan Collins

Republican shot dead in front of pupils: The Independent
David McKittrick

Progressive loyalism on a tough road: (from the Irish News, May 31)
Roy Garland

Appeal for calm is a welcome move: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police strategy on paramilitary flags: (from the Irish News, Jun 2)
Sharon O'Neill

Fury Over Orde's 'Refusal' To Fly Flag: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Politician sacked for gay taunts: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Masons And Officers Challenge PSNI Ruling: The News Letter

Businessman to give evidence to Saville: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Orange Order to be hardest hit by law on marches: The Scotsman
John MacCalman

Thursday, June 3

Sinn Fein predicts 'big gains': BBC

Sinn Fein Is 'Not Wanted' In Europe: The News Letter

Europe takes back seat in 'border poll': Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Shush! something's on the move in the political jungle: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 1)
Gail Walker

Citizenship risk cuts both ways: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Clinton advisor pans president's efforts in North: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Truth And Reconciliation Model Will Not Work - Church: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Truth Commission is not exportable, Murphy told: Belfast Telegraph
Sahm Venter

We have nothing to learn from South Africa: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Consultation on Troubles legacy begins: UTV Internet
 — link repaired June 3 1:45pm

We Must Want To Unite Before Resolving Past: The News Letter (Jun 1)

Loyalist feuds must be tackled, warns O'Donnell: UTV Internet

Behave And Let Marches Be Peaceful: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

MPs appeal for peaceful summer: BBC

Parades offer made to order: (from the Irish News, May 31)
Barry McCaffrey

Missing terror suspect phoned police, court told: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Double Whammy!: Sunday Life (May 30)

Politics 'Do Not Influence Judges': The News Letter

'Second Stakeknife' statement is issued: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Appreciation Of Both Our Cultures: The News Letter
Editorial

Unionists in uproar as Alliance 'partners' SF: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Plan to remove security barriers: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

More British troops deployed in the North than in Iraq: Sunday Business Post (May 30)
Claire Treanor

'It's Our Home And We're Staying Put': The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Wednesday, June 2

British Government not neutral player in North, claims Adams: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

3 suspected IRA members in fear in Colombia: Boston Globe
Toby Muse

Adams insists McCabe killers due for release: RTE

Sinn Fein is poised to gain party's first seats in Europe: The Independent
David McKittrick

Unionists' Euro campaign puts focus on SF: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SF determined to dig deep and conquer the south: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

'Hypocritical SF' Under Fire Over Neutrality Policy: The News Letter

Sinn Fein warns of European 'federal state': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

United Ireland Increasingly Important In The Time Ahead: Derry Journal

DUP challenge Kerry on IRA disarmament: UTV Internet

Paramilitaries asked to help ensure peace: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Paramilitaries' presence 'bolsters violence threat': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

New paramilitaries are 'like the mafia': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Intolerance Must End: Derry Journal
Editorial

Rule of law is top priority: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

No criminal assets for alleged IRA figure: Sunday Business Post (May 30)
Barry O'Kelly

Second IRA secret agent named: (from The People, May 30) — link repaired June 2 pm
Sinead King

Provo tout drank with UDA traitor: Sunday Life (May 30)

Murphy silent on truth body: Belfast Telegraph
Sahm Venter

Amnesty 'Out Of The Question': The News Letter

Real IRA not illegal rules judge who orders trial to continue: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

How the Irish are solving their 'troubles': Jerusalem Post (May 11)
Eetta Prince-Gibson

Wearing of UVF ring justifies conviction: The Guardian
Gerard Seenan

Tuesday, June 1

Trimble Challenged About Pact Details: The News Letter

ANC urged to push Murphy on Finucane probe: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

Security Force 'Link To Loyalists' Probed: The News Letter
Dan McGinn

Orde Claim 'A Disgrace': The News Letter
Dan McGinn

'South African lessons for NI': BBC

Truth process would be 'part of conflict': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

No Banana Republic Ways Here, Mr Orde: The News Letter
Editorial

Victims' families require sensitivity: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Healing hurt is no easy option: (from the Irish News, May 30)
Editorial

Allister Attacks 'Gall And Hypocrisy': The News Letter

Shoe moves to the other foot as Nationalists face blind loyalty test: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

'Tyrannous' Sinn Féin blasted by republicans: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Loyalists in prison alliance: UTV Internet

Twelfth cover for LVF fake Euro plot: Sunday Life (May 30)

Omagh suspects were never questioned, McDowell admits: Irish Examiner
Victoria Ward

Taking terror to courtroom: Washington Times (May 29)
Megan McCloskey

Murder attempt on mother: BBC

Row over church's invite to Catholic bishop: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Eames pays tribute to RUC sacrifice: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Hell on earth: New Statesman (May 31)
Jonathan Glancey

Don't Bring Ex-Para Home, Sinn Fein Tells Actress Roma: The News Letter

'On Eagle's Wing'will have its world premiere this week on Gwinnett's big stage, but will it fly?: Atlanta Journal-Constitution (May 2)
Bill Osinski

Flying High On Eagle's Wing: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

On a Wing and a Prayer: (from Irelandclick.com)
Danny Morrison



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