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Sunday, June 30

Trimble - ‘Lay down law’ to Sinn Fein at Hillsborough: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Brick by brick, foundations of peace crumble: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Ballots are triumphing over bullets: The Observer
Roy Hattersley

Enough to save Trimble?: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Trimble feels political heat: BBC
Mark Simpson

Bitter reality of peace: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Orange march ignites rioting in N. Ireland: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Water cannon used on nationalist rioters: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Terror hell on street of shame: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Dykes and Ben Lowry

Adams vows to help end republican violence: UTV Internet

Finucane asked to solve riddle of IRA murder: The Times (Jun 29)
David Lister

Rogue British agents name MI5 bosses in video exposé: Sunday Herald
Neil MacKay

Blood on all our hands is the untold price of peace: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Killers won't be brought to justice - father: (from

O'Loan Hunts Cop's Killers: (from Sunday People)
Mike Browne

Basque bombers top up IRA's terror arsenal: Sunday Telegraph
David Bamber and Ted Oliver

Irish republic’s Orange invasion: Scotland on Sunday
Nicola Byrne

Paisley voices fears over Drumcree: UTV Internet

Adair uses UDA role to turn peacemaker: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Beware of Protestant hurt, warns Primate: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

New logo is not a capital idea: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

SDLP 'should link' with Fianna Fail: BBC

Maskey urges council to fight sectarianism: UTV Internet

Saturday, June 29

Trimble in row with Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

UUP to snub crisis talks: The News Letter (Jun 28)
Stephen Dempster

Trimble denies rift over PM talks: Belfast Telegraph

Ahern, Trimble hold peace process talks: RTE

David Trimble Avoids Reality: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Why we are so sure that Barrett was the killer of Pat Finucane: The News Letter (Jun 28)
John Ware

Collusion claims are facts among nationalists: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

A sordid catalogue of murder which will rock the state: (from, Jun 24)
Anthony Neeson

Muted U.S. reaction to Finucane exposé: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Full Justice for Ulster Killings: New York Times

A stone unturned: Irish Echo

New Loughinisland probe demanded: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 27)

Flynn urges Bush to visit Ireland: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Unionists will benefit from US view of Colombia Three: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Peaceful Drumcree the hope: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Crime rises in Northern Ireland as riots drain police resources: The Independent
David McKittrick

More doom and gloom for NI police?: BBC
Dennis Murray

Crime rates show a worrying trend: Belfast Telegraph

Mediators called in over north Belfast: BBC

Fountain residents 'not all monsters': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Break-In - IRA 'main suspects': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

32 County committee vows to challenge terror designation: Irish Echo
Susan Falvella-Garraty

Friday, June 28

IRA committed to peace says Adams: BBC

Ahern-Trimble talks at council meeting: RTE

Trimble plays down talks absence: BBC

Restoring faith in the peace process: Belfast Telegraph

Police to step up north Belfast patrols: BBC

Drumcree policing plan: UTV Internet

Order braced for Drumcree ban: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Police blame rioting for rise in NI crime: BBC

Marches in spotlight following violence: Belfast Telegraph

Inquiry grilling of Nelson's military handler 'imminent': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Nationalists cry foul over Stevens delay: (from
Anthony Neeson

Killing civilians to win wars: (from
Des Wilson

It Is But Institutionalised Collusion: The Blanket
Davy Carlin

US trade summit 'a boost to Ulster': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Maskey defends Somme decision: BBC

Mixed reaction over Maskey Somme move: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Long road that has no turning: (from

Why the Earth Moved: The Blanket (Jun 23)
Ciarán Irvine

Date set for UDR Four man's third appeal: Belfast Telegraph

Will McGuinness get his way and ban grammar schools?: Daily Telegraph
John Clare

Fresh Nice vote to include ban on joining EU army: Irish Independent
Chris Glennon and Gene McKenna

Thursday, June 27

Police discover updated IRA 'target' list with 200 names: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

IRA list proves group is 'still active': BBC

Hillsborough meeting cut back to a half day: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Finucane inquiry bid: UTV Internet

Maskey 'won't attend Somme event': BBC

Sinn Fein hardliners 'pressurising' Maskey: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The importance of being Lord Mayor: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein's mandate row: UTV Internet

Deal is way to reach vision: Durkan: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein's anti-sectarianism call: UTV Internet

Police under renewed attack from nationalists: The News Letter (Jun 26)

Winning ways: The Guardian (Jun 25)
Will Woodward

Reflections on Ulster life: The News Letter (Jun 26)
Alf McCreary

Careless talk costs lives, Cherie: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Ciarán Irvine, decentralisation, and "Eire Nua": The Blanket (Jun 23)
Seaghan O Murchu

Vandals damage Wright's grave: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Visit to IRA memorial: BBC

Dail duties keep Ferris out of court: Irish Independent

The goal of an all-Ireland team deflected: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Wednesday, June 26

Stevens' report delayed until autumn: BBC

Loyalist blasts TV collusion claims over murder: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Britain's tame death squads: The Guardian
Niall Stanage

The perfect form of state collusion: (from, Jun 24)
Danny Morrison

Face facts, honesty still the best policy: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Panorama viewed from both sides: Sunday Independent (Jun 23)

Memory of Mayhew handshake chills me says Catherine Hamill's Mother: (from, Jun 24)
Allison Morris

Widow demands 'collusion' Inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Drumcree hopes sectarian violence is over: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Show Somme respect: (from, Jun 24)

Attack on police recruit sparks a war of 'words': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Mum's plea over son shot 13 times: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Castlereagh break-in 'by rogue special branch officers': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Holy Cross protest return is shelved: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Ulster divide is child abuse: The Scotsman
John Innes

Maskey sets up civic panel: UTV Internet

'Integrated Ireland' the SDLP ideal: BBC

Call for moves on 'healing process': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Tuesday, June 25

Murder victims’ relatives demand collusion probe: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

British collusion killed our relatives, say Catholics: The Independent
David McKittrick

Nelson diaries written by FRU: (from Sunday People, Jun 23)
Greg Harkin

Reid to abide by judge's findings: BBC

UDA pair faced trial for extortion: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Probe call over SF activist's murder: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

How FRU got IRA to murder top sniper: (from Sunday People, Jun 23)
Greg Harkin

Plan to kill more solicitors: Sunday Life (Jun 23)
Stephen Gordon and Alan Murray

Finucane - Republicans need not take umbrage: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Panorama missed the real story of collusion in Ulster: Daily Telegraph
Ed Moloney

Lift lid on all North's worms: Sunday Independent (Jun 23)
Eilis O'Hanlon

Unlocking sordid secrets of the past: Belfast Telegraph

DUP details 'IRA activity': BBC

SF's honeymoon ends in Colombia: Sunday Independent (Jun 23)
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Parties prepare for castle talks: BBC (Jun 23)
Mark Devenport

Hardline want Trimble to avoid Bertie: Sunday Independent (Jun 23)
Alan Murray

Six students survive blast bomb attack: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Mystery over Drumcree plan: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ulster bigotry in children as young as three: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Trimble on police murder bid: UTV Internet

The future is orange for SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

Monday, June 24

Ahern, Blair plan talks to keep peace process on track: Irish Independent
Chris Glennon and Conor Sweeney

MI5 'knew of collusion' in Finucane killing: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan and Nick Hopkins

MI5 and army 'hindered Finucane case': The Independent
David McKittrick

Loyalist named in Finucane killing: The Herald
Kay Jardine

Lyttle, not Barrett, ordered lawyer hit: (from Sunday People, Jun 23)
Greg Harkin

'Barrett never killed anyone': Sunday Life (Jun 23)
Alan Murray

Agent was simply a bigot - pal: (from Sunday People, Jun 23)
Greg Harkin

The troubling question of collusion: Toronto Star (Jun 16)
Olivia Ward

The truth and nothing but: Sunday Life

The Louth farmer set up and shot down by a fellow Provo informer: (from Sunday People, Jun 23)
Greg Harkin

Inside Special Branch - Intelligence system wounded: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 18)

Police injured in Belfast violence: BBC

One year on and the memories still linger: Irish Post/

Drumcree standstill angers Order: Sunday Life (Jun 23)
Alan Murray

Questions Ferris has to answer: Ireland on Sunday (Jun 16)

Maskey to throw out invitation list: Sunday Life (Jun 23)
Ciaran McGuigan

A Case For Change: The Blanket (Jun 16)

Sinn Féin new boy prepares to crack the whip over Nice Treaty: Irish Examiner

Sunday, June 23

BBC - Pro-Irish lawyer targeted: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Finucane murder plotter named: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Top loyalist 'went beserk' over Stobie: UTV Internet

It's time for the truth: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Slamming the door on this shameful cover-up: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Thatcher 'gave go-ahead for IRA assassinations': Sunday Herald
Neil MacKay

Scandal of the secret killers: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Television - Making a killing: Belfast Telegraph
Janet Devlin

Only truth can heal, Mr Blair. Lies fester: Sunday Business Post
Michael Finucane

The untouchables: The Sunday Times
John Ware

Stakeknife - His bloody true story: Sunday People
Greg Harkin

If McGuinness really wants an inquiry . . .: Sunday Telegraph
Kevin Myers

The army asked me to make bombs for the IRA, told me I had the Prime Minister's blessing ... then tried to kill me: Sunday Herald
Neil MacKay

Trimble seeks intervention to avoid reality: Sunday Business Post
Damien Kiberd

The smiles are wearing thin: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Trimble's bluster losing him friends: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

An Informer’s Shady Past: Irish Voice/

Drumcree loyalists use Ku Klux Klan to defend march: Sunday Herald
Neil MacKay

Orange order criticise police protection: BBC

Peace reigns after march violence: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Short Strand violence continues, but is not the only trouble spot: Sunday Business Post
Anton McCabe

10 things you didn't know about Belfast Lord Mayor Alex Maskey: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Saturday, June 22

UUP anger at Blair delay: The News Letter

Inside Stormont - Business as usual - whatever Lords say: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 20)
Chris Thornton

Finucane family call for full public inquiry: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Government response to Finucane collusion allegations criticised: The News Letter

Castlereagh break-in an 'inside job': The Guardian
Rosie Cowan, Richard Norton Taylor and Nick Hopkins

32 county group may seek legal case on US funds ban: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Violence 'barrier' to tourism growth: BBC

'Just call me Mr Mayor': Irish World
Peter Kelly

McGuinness prepares to put himself to the test: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Violence mars Loyalist march: RTE

LVF denies arms for inmates offer: Sunday Life (Jun 16)

Inside Special Branch - The man who helped put Adair behind bars: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 19)
David Gordon

Apology over police interview row: BBC

RFJ raises case of On-The-Runs and state killings with victims’ body: (from, Jun 17)
Anthony Neeson

Blimey! Irish Americans celebrate lordly honors: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

DUP unveils victims' voice: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

U.S. census shows decline of Irish: Irish Echo (Jun 12)
Ray O'Hanlon

Delight in Belfast at England's exit: UTV Internet

Theobald Wolfe Tone and the World Cup: Irish Voice/
Gerry Adams

Euro leaders in army pledge to pacify Irish voters: Daily Telegraph
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Friday, June 21

Blair 'will establish truth' over Finucane collusion: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Collusion claims 'chilling' - Bradley: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Government wants inquiry into Finucane murder: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan and Dan McGinn

Finucane family appeal to Blair: UTV Internet

Murder plot hatched by terrorists and security forces: (from Sunday People, Jun 16)
Greg Harkin

Closing the door on openness: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Injustice compounded: (from

Sinn Féin denies riot manipulation: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Unionist fears over violence top British agenda: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Catholics under siege, says resident’s delegation: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Saving David Trimble: (from
Des Wilson

Trimble points out the dangers: Belfast Telegraph

Inside Special Branch: Are they necessary?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Policing confidence blow: UTV Internet

DUP attack on Trimble widens political chasm: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Criticism over Order's 'lack of dialogue': BBC

More nationalist marches considered 'controversial': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

A Key Architect of Peace: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Trouble blamed on nationalists: BBC

Referendum to change neutrality - Cowen: Irish Examiner (Jun 18)
Ann Cahill

Inquiry urges IRA to give evidence: BBC

Saville Tribunal - Colleagues 'may target ex-para': Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Thursday, June 20

New crisis as Trimble threatens to pull plug: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Bernard Purcell

Trimble puts pressure on Blair: UTV Internet

Trimble threatening to march early this season: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Now or never? Elvis fan Trimble needs more action: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Poor tactics, Mr Trimble: Irish Independent

Marching to the brink: Irish Echo

Ulster Protestant Says British Police Urged '89 Killing of Lawyer: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Finucane: High level obstruction alledged: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Calls for Finucane probe stepped up: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

Pressure mounts for public inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

Inside Special Branch - Why it has to change: Belfast Telegraph
Johnston Brown

Women petition for right to live in peace: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Loyalists profess self-defense, go on offensive: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Trauma lives on for Holy Cross pupils: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

In Lower Shankill, Mad Dog's jubilee: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Reign of terror on flag row estate: The News Letter

Sinn Fein rejects intimidation claim: BBC

Assembly throws out symbolism equality call: Belfast Telegraph

Wishing for reunion but walking yet apart: The Blanket (Jun 5)
Paul A. Fitzsimmons

Tribunal could rule on Army re-admissions: BBC

Bloody Sunday artist claim: UTV Internet

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

Journalist highlights Army 'accounts': BBC

Wednesday, June 19

Loyalist 'urged to kill Finucane': Daily Telegraph
David Sharrock

RUC encouraged us to kill Finucane, claims loyalist: The Independent
David McKittrick

Atwood calls for Independent Finucane inquiry: RTE

Inside Special Branch - Finucane: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

It's a deadly business, saving lives: The Guardian
John Ware

Probe set to end Ulster role of army intelligence: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

NI process 'in danger of collapse': BBC

Attorney General warns of Assembly 'nuclear option': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Blair accused of 'breaking pledges': UTV Internet

Restoring faith in political process: Belfast Telegraph

Judgement reserved in Trimble challenge: BBC

Sinn Fein calls for independent observers in Belfast: The News Letter

Minister calls for security review: BBC

Interface Violence: The Blanket
Billy Mitchell

Sinn Fein call over Stormont symbols: BBC

Raising the standards: The Independent
Clare Dwyer Hogg

Police apology 'possible': UTV Internet (Jun 17)

Parity of esteem: (from, Jun 17)

Bloody Sunday families' protest: UTV Internet

An apparently inexhaustible source of joy is now drying up: Sunday Independent (Jun 16)
Declan Lynch

Hope on horizon as tolerance scores: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Clinton dedicates Eniskillen peace center: Irish Echo (Jun 12)
Anne Cadwallader and Jack Holland

Tuesday, June 18

Trimble urges SF to restore confidence in Agreement: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Suspension of NI Assembly ruled out as new talks near: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Fresh NI elections 'nuclear option': BBC

Trimble walking political tightrope over sanctions: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Durkan calls for unity behind agreement: RTE

UUP leader facing flak on two fronts: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker and Noel McAdam

What has the Government to fear from an election in Northern Ireland?: The News Letter
St Clair McAlister

Stop yapping, David: (from

Relief as Orange Order seek 're-route': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Wall challenge suspended: BBC

UVF victim's father stands defiant over grave vandals: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Poor souls: (from
Danny Morrison

UDA's Neo-Nazi support flags: Sunday Life (Jun 16)
Stephen Breen

Tribunal rules in officer's favour: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 15)

Gardai quizzed on Omagh ‘tip-off’: The Sunday Times (Jun 16)
Maeve Sheehan

Inside Special Branch: What future for Special Branch?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Sinn Fein's funding challenge: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein Hopes to Become Irish Political Force: Voice of America (Jun 12)
Michael Drudge

Factions clash after World Cup match: The News Letter
Ian Stewart

Anything but thought: The Observer (Jun 16)
Henry McDonald

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

Heath is a target over Bloody Sunday, inquiry told: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Monday, June 17

Trimble threatens to quit executive role: Financial Times
Christopher Adams and John Murray Brown

Ahern urges Agreement push: UTV Internet

No need for a shoot-out: The Guardian

Let's get rid of the guns: Sunday Life (Jun 16)

Peace wall plan opposed: BBC

The end of Protestant Belfast: The Spectator (Jun 15)
Andrew Gimson

Teenage Loyalists target SDLP woman: Sunday Life (Jun 16)
Ciaran McGuigan

O Caolain denounces sectarianism: Irish Independent
John Lawrence

Porn raid nets Sinn Fein files: The Sunday Times (Jun 16)
Maeve Sheehan

Alex Maskey - A republican city boss with a Union Flag in his parlour: The Independent
David McKittrick

War of words over bash invites: Sunday Life (Jun 16)
Stephen Breen

Ex-minister hits out at Mayor invite: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 15)
Gary Grattan

Shankill snub to Lord Mayor Alex: Sunday Life (Jun 16)

Birmingham Six man seeks Scottish home: Scotland on Sunday (Jun 16)
Karen Rice

'I'm dead inside': The Guardian
Simon Hattenstone

Immigrants swell numbers: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 15)
Alf McCreary

Sir Ronnie 'delighted' at second knighthood: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 15)
Fiona McIlwaine Biggins

A long dark family feud is coming to an end: Sunday Telegraph (Jun 16)
Kevin Myers

Unionists see red over Irish team invite: Derry Journal (Jun 13)
Eamonn Houston

Home side defeated: Daily Telegraph

Why Scots can't stand the English: 1966 and all that: The Herald
Gerry Hassan

In its development, Russia's northwest will follow Ireland: Pravda (Jun 13)

Sunday, June 16

Emergency Talks Planned Over Mounting Ulster Violence: New York Times
Warren Hoge

NI talks will be 'slanging match': BBC

Trimble stops hard-liners' motion to quit: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Trimble to call for SF sanctions: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Unionist coup threatens Trimble and peace process: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Breathing space for Trimble: BBC
Mark Devenport

Durkan on no-first-strike policy: UTV Internet

Hypocrisy from those who should be calming a volatile situation: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Loyalists blocking Catholic access to doctors: Sunday Business Post
Anton McCabe

No winners in the tit-for-tat battles: Belfast Telegraph

Violence will leave Sinn Fein the big loser: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Killer of Rosemary Nelson named: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay

Stevens - fire at my office was arson: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Danger of dishonourable, malicious leaks: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Licensed to kill: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

The enemy within: Sunday Business Post
Maol Muire Tynan

More questions than answers: Belfast Telegraph

Putting the Order back into law and order: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Policing board is briefed by MI5 boss: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

N. Ireland focuses on changes in policing: Boston Globe (Jun 14)
Rose Foley

Boxer ready to surprise suspicious opponents: The Observer
Henry McDonald

O'Hanlon's Corner: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

DOH! Mural claims POWs who haven't been tried: (from, Jun 13)


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