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Tuesday, June 30

PM's invite sparks policing talks hope: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PSNI must face more cuts warns Gilligan: Irish News

Loyalist weapons move 'lacks clarity': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

General's work nearly done as UDA guns remain: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalist move too little, too late for victims: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Time for a new beginning to overcome deprivation: Irish News
Roy Garland

Next step should be to disband: The News Letter

Guns must all go right away: Irish News

Step towards permanent peace: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalists want US visas for prisoners: UTV Internet

Adams in California: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Band supporters hurl sectarian abuse: Belfast Media (Jun 25)

Orange Order promotes Twelfth to US visitors: The News Letter

Widow in appeal for march peace: BBC

Coleraine attack victim's harrowing story – I should have been the one they killed: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Graffiti attack on Orange hall: UTV Internet

Teenagers 'shaken' by sectarian mob attack: Irish News

Alliance MLA 'under threat': UTV Internet

City MLA warned of racist threat: BBC

North's racist incidents could 'rocket': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Liberal moralising over race hate is hypocritical: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Wright inquiry not to seek Paisley's imprisonment: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Paisley Jnr puts house on market: The News Letter

Loyalist killer in Lords appeal: BBC

Low voter turnout is bad for democracy: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Dingle committee seeks reinstatement of name: The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

British army sets sights on Ireland: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

General Sir Mike – Scotland safer in the UK than under independence: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Monday, June 29

Northern Ireland Protestant paramilitary groups to disarm: Los Angeles Times (Jun 28)
Henry Chu

Protestant outlaws in NIreland embrace disarmament: Houston Chronicle (Jun 27)
Shawn Pogatchnik

N Ireland loyalist paramilitaries take key step to peace: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

De Chastelain confirms major UVF disarmament: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Clinton welcomes loyalist decommissioning: Belfast Telegraph

Welcome for decommissioning of loyalist arms: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh and Steven McCaffery

'David Ervine worked for this day': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

David Ervine's widow in tears as UVF reads out arms statement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness – UDA won't get money: Belfast Telegraph

Analysis – UVF's war is over but it won't be the end of Harry's Game: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Fulton loses appeal on murder charge: Portadown Times (Jun 19)

Gerry Adams – Irish America holds key to united Ireland: Irish Voice/
Rachel King

Congressmen to meet Irish leaders: Ireland_On-Line

Paisley jnr now facing financial ruin over sources: Sunday Tribune (Jun 28)
Suzanne Breen

Paisley jr – 'If I am fined a huge amount, I face financial ruin': Sunday Tribune (Jun 28)
Ian Paisley Jnr

Paisley Jnr is due back in court: BBC

DUP firm backed by taxpayer posts profit; how did that happen?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Assembly 'trying to cover up expenses': The News Letter (Jun 27)

So, what have our MPs been claiming for?: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 19)
David Gordon

Still questions on MPs' expenses: Derry Journal (Jun 23)
Eamonn McCann

Time to empower Stormont: The News Letter (Jun 23)
Danny Kennedy

North's new Environment Minister takes advice from above: The Irish Times (Jun 24)
Newton Emerson

Majority would oppose Papal visit, finds poll: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Sunday, June 28

Northern Ireland loyalists get rid of their weapons: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Loyalists signal the end of guns: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

First ministers welcome news of loyalist decommissioning: Belfast Telegraph

Reactions to loyalist decommissioning: UTV Internet

Decommissioning had been stalled by republican murders: The News Letter

Welcome on decommissioning: Belfast Media (Jun 25)
Scott Jamison

Fear of 'political convenience': Down Democrat

After 40 years, the terrorists turn to politics: The Observer
Henry McDonald

The men behind the final Loyalist ceasefire: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Removing the poison of hatred begins now: The Sunday Times

DUP and UUP clash over pact: The News Letter

Irish history tends to be a rerun of same events: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Orange Order ranks drop to record low: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Hoax devices disrupt Orange march: BBC

Time to settle the marching issue once and for all: Belfast Media (Jun 25)

Time to march to a different tune: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Kernan group hits back at claims over flag flying: Portadown Times

Council to be investigated: Belfast Media (Jun 25)
Francesca Ryan

New mural reflects disgust at Romanian attacks: Belfast Media (Jun 25)
Scott Jamison

Defiance! Meet the Romanian families refusing to be forced out: Independent on Sunday
Peter Popham and David McKittrick

No change as DUP take top posts in Lisburn: Belfast Media (Jun 25)
Francesca Ryan

Ministers are failing our victims – Elliott: The News Letter

Murder victim's cousin in court over flags row: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Now we know how liberal we are: Belfast Media (Jun 25)
Des Wilson

Arrest threat over 'offensive weapon' hurl sparks probe: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Police stop republican protest: UTV Internet

Armed Forces Day celebration marred by sectarianism: Sunday Herald
Carolyn Churchill

Why we must deliver a resounding Yes to Lisbon: The Irish Times (Jun 24)
Brian Cowen

Why Ireland is primed to reverse its Lisbon Treaty vote: Daily Telegraph (Jun 25)
Adrian Michaels

Saturday, June 27

UVF to make statement on decommissioning: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Loyalists set to confirm they've given up arms: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Unlikely figure behind arms moves: BBC
Mark Simpson

Union Flags erected in 'peaceful' protest: The News Letter

Sinn Fein fury as flag flies from Civic Centre: Portadown Times

My lessons for the police:
Nuala O'Loan

It's counter-productive to treat your voters like fools: Irish News (Jun 23)
Fionnuala O'Connor

Loyalists 'tried to put flags at scene of McDaid murder': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Witness 'credibility' questioned in McDaid case: UTV Internet

Orange parade organisers agree reroute: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Parades body 'dragging its feet': The News Letter

Drumcree 'agreement': Portadown Times (Jun 12)

'Sad day' as families fly from NI: BBC

Roma who fled violence in Belfast face poverty and despair back home: The Times
David Sharrock

Unhappy return – fear and loathing await fugitives from Belfast racism:
Aida Edemariam

Council accused of delay as groups battle racism: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Apprentice Ben slams Rantzen rant: BBC

Scheme to help migrants timely: Irish News (Jun 24)

Brennan gets a little more time: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Senate Confirms Rooney As Ambassador To Ireland:

US ambassador to begin work in days: Irish Independent
Aidan O'Connor

Brothers jailed over English murder: UTV Internet

MI5 agent 'forced to give evidence': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Sinn Fein MLA fails in bid for damages: Irish News

Lawyer of the Week – Dan Brennan: The Times (Jun 25)
Linda Tsang

When Irish eyes no longer smiled: Pembroke (ONT) Daily Observer
Gary Howard

SDLP rejects Hume Raytheon claims: Derry Journal

Fighting Northern Ireland homophobia: (Jun 24)
John O'Doherty

Athletes should compete for Ireland: Derry Journal (Jun 23)
Norman Hamill

Quicker pace is needed on the road to recovery: The News Letter (Jun 24)
Liam Clarke

For Ireland, the party is over: (Jun 23)
Conor O'Clery

Friday, June 26

Secretary of state to extend decommissioning legislation: Irish News
Allison Morris and Bimpe Archer

UDA 'not trying to drag out weapons decommissioning': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalists play down speculation of UDA-UVF decommissioning statement: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Massacre probe to end: Down Democrat

My son's loyalist killer is walking town's streets: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 19)
Deborah McAleese

It's about more than just arms: Belfast Media (Jun 22)

UDA 'involved' in McDaid murder: UTV Internet

Terrorists should never get an amnesty – Order: The News Letter

Order calls for talks with nationalists on Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph

Short Strand shows yet again that it is intimidation-proof: Irish News
Jim Gibney

We're so friendly we want you to leave: The Times
Matthew Parris

Northern Ireland just the latest country to victimise Roma: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Attitudes are no worse than elsewhere: The News Letter

RIRA 'are planning suicide bombings': The News Letter

'It's time for Northern Ireland to re-enter the mainstream political life': Belfast Telegraph
David Cameron

Police appeal marks a year since murder: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Mother of Martin Conlon in plea to find killers: Belfast Telegraph

IRA memorial report expected in autumn: The News Letter

Public to pay legal bill for Omagh civil action: Irish News (Jun 24)

All voices must be heard on legacy of Troubles: The News Letter (Jun 24)
Shaun Woodward

Woodward 'must understand Eames-Bradley anger': The News Letter

Memorial for boy murdered by loyalists: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Court rejects RUC stress action: UTV Internet

British army on recruiting drive in NI: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP reject Hume-Raytheon claim: BBC

Will a pay-out really stop some people making snide remarks?: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 16)
Malachi O'Doherty

New bilingual signs row erupts: Ballymoney Times (Jun 24)

Ó Cuív asked about 'Foinse' problems: The Irish Times (Jun 18)
Marie O'Halloran

Newspaper on brink of closure as talks fail: Irish Independent
Una Mulhall

Thursday, June 25

Ian Paisley may defend seat at general election:
Henry McDonald

Allister happy to take on Paisley: UTV Internet

DUP trio replaced as 'double jobbing' is ended: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson on...unionist apathy: The News Letter (Jun 22)

UVF takes bombs to army for dumping: Irish News
Allison Morris

Now it's time for truth: Belfast Media (Jun 22)
Francesca Ryan

McGlone critical of SF united Ireland strategy: The News Letter

Ex-RIRA man reveals plot to kill victims' chief: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Inquest into Real IRA man's death: BBC

Northern Ireland becoming more intolerant – study: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster not uniquely racist – experts: The News Letter

Hindu priest to flee home in Belfast after attacks:
Henry McDonald

Bit late for crocodile tears from unionist politicians: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Loyalist band uses Parish magazine to condemn unruly actions at Chapel: Ballymena Times

Fears of violence as loyalists refuse to marshal city march: Irish News
Allison Morris

Orange marching an unruly influence over generations: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Rooney charming, full of ideas at hearing on envoy appointment: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Carl Prine

McDaid murder – new twist revealed: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

PSNI tries to improve community relations after Kevin McDaid murder: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Uproar over PSNI escort: Newry Democrat

Officer at centre of de Menezes row in running to replace Orde in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Hopes that Nelson inquiry exposes truth: UTV Internet

Family blames INLA for Shiels murder: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Why should we pay £12k to Troubles victims?: Belfast Telegraph

Eirigi to protest at flag-raising event: Irish News

Armed Forces Day – the heroes who are just like us: Daily Telegraph (Jun 21)
Andy McNab

Bishop refutes plaque ban: Fermanagh Herald
Michael Breslin

Protestants 'must accept their role in Troubles': The News Letter

Unseen images of a sectarian pogrom: Irish News (Jun 23)
Marie Louise McCrory

Cameron – Northern Ireland voters have say like never before: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

What's in a name?: Derry Journal (Jun 16)
Norman Hamill

SF and the Greens must reinvent themselves or go the way of PDs: Irish Examiner
Ivan Yates

Wednesday, June 24

Robinson 'donated salary as first minister to DUP': Irish News
Rebecca Black

Peter Robinson on...a DUP-UUP election pact: The News Letter

Empey slams DUP's 'attack-dog approach': The News Letter

Minister sparks row with GAA comments: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Culture brief for vocal opponent of Gaeilge: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

SDLP reshuffles Assembly team: UTV Internet

Nervous chatter... or do they protest too much?: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Loyalists to 'stop stewarding marches': Irish News
Allison Morris

DFM comments 'dangerous' – Campbell: Derry Journal

Loyalists not issuing threats – UPRG: The News Letter

We all live in a sectarian state, says SF president: Irish News

Man charged as Romanians leave country after Belfast race attacks: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

14 Romanians out of 114 decide to stay in NI after racist attacks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McAleese calls NI racism 'sickening': RTE

Spate of racist attacks sullies North's friendly image: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bitter racists grew up on a diet of hatred: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Strategy needed to nip racial trouble in the bud: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

Northern Ireland loves to run on hatred: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Why should we listen to Esther's silly Rantz about how we live?: Belfast Telegraph
Sharon Owens

There is truth in Esther's remarks: Irish News

Spread of racism in Northern Ireland must be halted: Belfast Telegraph

'Lessons learned' on race attacks: BBC

Northern Ireland parties clash over plans to axe police reserve: Belfast Telegraph

UDU flags 'not paramilitary' – UPRG: Derry Journal

Flag Furore: Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

Sinn Fein threaten to block city status legislation: Ulster Star

No guns, no chance of truth, say family: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Letterkenny man reveals Donaldson killers to gardaí: Derry Journal

Author tells of hostility between IRA and INLA: The Irish Times

Public funds to pick up Omagh legal bill: UTV Internet

Rapist shot by republicans jailed: BBC

Adams calls for timetabled Middle East talks: Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

Tuesday, June 23

Sammy Wilson named as North's finance Minister: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson on... devolving policing and justice powers: The News Letter

BBC 'sorry' for language comment: The News Letter

Greens and Irish language activists hope for change in DUP direction: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

TUV is weakening unionism – DUP: The News Letter (Jun 20)

Peter Robinson on...Jim Allister's strategy: The News Letter

Return to majority rule by unionists is stuff of fantasy, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson on...the future of unionism: The News Letter

Nationalist politics failing to win all-island support: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Why Sinn Fein's day isn't coming: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Miami Showband member 'congratulates' the UVF decision to decommission: Irish News

Revealed – how UVF and UDA terror groups disarmed: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Bold decommissioning move presents great possibilities: Irish News
Roy Garland

Order anger at McGuinness: The News Letter

Robinson and McGuinness clash over Orange Order parades: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness oversteps the mark on parades: The News Letter

Man jailed for 'sectarian' arson: BBC

Sectarianism the greatest threat to Northern Ireland peace, warns fund chair: Belfast Telegraph

McDaid murder – police plea to pub drinkers: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Troubles victims recalled: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Clinton words boost campaigner: Belfast Media (Jun 19)

Anger at PSNI 'protection' of Dublin/Monaghan accused: Irish News

Romanian shelter church targeted: BBC

Gloria Hunniford hits back at Rantzen hatred claims: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Racism menace: Derry Journal

Belfast is UK's 'friendliest city': Belfast Telegraph

Suzanne Breen – Sources ruling sets important precedent: Press Gazette (Jun 19)
Paul McNally

Suzanne Breen victory doesn't end the fight:
Liz Justice

A landmark ruling in favour of Suzanne Breen: Sunday Tribune (Jun 21)

Tourists invited to serve time in Armagh prison: The Independent
Kevin Rawlinson

Monday, June 22

Paramilitary leaders in contact over arms move: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Church leader opposed to any cash being given for UDA guns: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'It won't ease pain of Loughinisland': Belfast Telegraph (Jun 19)
Deborah McAleese

Loyalists and decommissioning: The Irish Times

Local taxi depots threatened by loyalists: Belfast Media (Jun 19)

UDU flags 'must come down' – MLA: BBC

Orange Order challenged on marches: The Independent
Sarah Stack

Orangemen reject call to reroute all contested marches: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

MP 'approached over Speaker role': BBC

Teens in court over North intimidation: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

Roma families determined to leave Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Racists told – you won't win battle for the soul of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

'You're wrong, That's Life Esther': BBC

Attacks on Roma hint at Europe's last taboo: Sunday Business Post (Jun 21)
Tom McGurk

Racist attacks on Roma are latest low in North's intolerant history: The Irish Times (Jun 18)
Peter Geoghegan

A new low for racism in north: Irish News (Jun 18)

Racist thugs have brought shame on all of us: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 18)

British agent 'dismayed' at PSNI inaction over threat to his life: Sunday Tribune (Jun 21)
Suzanne Breen

Killer of Kielty's father is dying of cancer: Sunday Life (Jun 21)

A Victory To Savour: Sunday Tribune (Jun 21)
Suzanne Breen

DUP leader repays £755 for cases: BBC (Jun 19)

Who ate all the fries, Ian?: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 19)
David Gordon

Durkan gives back expenses money: BBC (Jun 19)

Ireland's EU balancing act:
Peter Preston

Commentary – a long history of jury 'nobbling': The Times (Jun 19)
Frances Gibb

Sunday, June 21

Two teenagers charged over racist attacks on Romanian families in Belfast: Scotland on Sunday
Ian Graham

Belfast rally rejects Rantzen's 'addicted to violence' slur: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Old sectarianism but new victims: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

'Romanian gypsies beware beware. Loyalist C18 are coming to beat you like a baiting bear': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Racist attacks – Exclusion or Embrace?: The News Letter (Jun 19)

Politically racist hand only fuels Protestant resentment: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Another way to hate: Scotland on Sunday
Dani Garavelli

Hatred Belfast's cultural habit: Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Working class must not be left behind – Robinson: The News Letter (Jun 19)

McAleese puts UVF guns out of commission: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Loyalist decommissioning is 'too little, too late': Belfast Telegraph (Jun 19)
Claire McNeilly and Deborah McAleese

MP fears Loughinisland case traded for UVF guns: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Critical days lie ahead for closing chapter on terror: Irish News
James Kelly

Rioter assaults priest at parade: BBC

Loyalists seek to march around a mixed estate: Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

Barker 'over the moon' with Omagh verdict: Derry Journal

Man shot by RIRA reveals Donaldson killers: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Dissident jail challenge held up by intelligence disclosure 'risk': Irish News (Jun 16)

Man (25) abducted, interrogated – RAAD give drug dealer a 'second chance': Derry Journal

Troubles victims remembered in annual Day of Private Reflection: Irish News
Leona Schreiber

Murdered Orangemen remembered on new bannerette: Impartial Reporter
Brian Donaldson

A United Kingdom not a united Ireland: Belfast Media
Nelson McCausland

'Mansergh's comments represent a problem that has afflicted us for a decade' – Joe McHugh TD: Derry Journal

Cross-border policing relations close – report: The News Letter (Jun 18)

Hunger strike families reject O'Rawe claims: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Time is ripe for us to have a realignment in Irish politics: Irish News (Jun 18)
Jim Gibney

Splintered left should beware embracing successors of Provos / Joining forces with 'republican socialism' amounts to capitulation: Sunday Independent
John Paul McCarthy

Sinn Fein strikes deals: The Sunday Times
Stephen Dunne

Republic puts Londonderry on map: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Saturday, June 20

All UDA's brigades to give up their guns: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

UDA seek cash in return for guns: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Adair backs arms move: The News Letter

UVF launches 'internal probe' after leak on weapons move: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Statement due on decommissioning: UTV Internet

Victims' dad dismisses move as a 'trade-off': Irish News
Allison Morris

'We must be free from shadow of weapons': Belfast Telegraph

Issue of dissidents' guns not yet on the table: Irish News
Allison Morris

President welcomes loyalist move on weapons: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Loyalists' move not before time: Irish News

No place for illegal guns in society: The News Letter

UVF atrocity to be treated as cold case: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Two boys held after Belfast race attacks against Romanians: The Guardian
Alexandra Topping

Anti-racism rally for Belfast: RTE

Order condemns racist incidents: The News Letter

Ulster folk addicteed to violence, rants Esther: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

As hate-filled mobs drive Romanian gipsies out of Ulster, we ask who's REALLY to blame?: Daily Mail
Andrew Malone

Belfast – a city of alienated youth: The Independent
David McKittrick

We should stand up to the racists: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Northern Ireland – where the dark ages haven't gone away, you know: Irish News
Fergal Hallahan

How the PSNI let Romanian attacks spiral out of control: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Police must get tough on racism: Ulster Herald

Parade decision 'wrong': Belfast Media (Jun 19)
Áine McEntee

Contentious 'feeder' parade is peaceful: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Missiles thrown at 'Tour of the North': Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Kids 'encouraged to attack march': BBC

Parade tensions: Belfast Media

Parade organisers 'sorry for insults': The News Letter

Band's bulletin note promising: Irish News

Goodbye and farewell to the Never-Trevors: Belfast Media

Son walks out of Sinn Fein Hunger Strike event: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Restricting press freedoms in Northern Ireland:
Mick Fealty

Man liable for Omagh bombing faces harassment, court told: The Irish Times

Extradition case continues for Omagh suspect: UTV Internet

Famine Song is racist, not free speech, judges rule: The Scotsman
John Robertson

EU agrees Irish treaty deal: UTV Internet

Way clear for new referendum: The Irish Times

Friday, June 19

UVF begins to disarm illegal arsenal: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

McCord – I'm not convinced they've gone away: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Loyalist arms move – Political reaction: The News Letter

The vital presence of de Chastelain: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Analysis – move could see more power devolved: The Times
David Sharrock

Loyalists finally bite bullet: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Disarmament is cold comfort to the victims, but it is progress of sorts: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Leaders unite to condemn racism: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Belfast Romanians in hiding as attacks continue: (Jun 18)
Henry McDonald

Orde defends force over Roma attacks: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

UDA leader blames BNP as Romanians driven out: Irish News
Liz Trainor and Bimpe Archer

We are here to build bridges, says diplomat: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Bigotry in Belfast: (Jun 17)
Fionola Meredith

Our consciences have been pricked: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Northern Ireland's identity crisis:
Eamonn McCann

Stakes too high to play games with city attacks: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Community must tackle racism once and for all: The News Letter

Racism in Belfast: The Irish Times

Journalist Suzanne Breen need not disclose Real IRA contacts: The Times
David Sharrock

Politicians and rights groups hail ruling: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Suzanne Breen's victory is vital for our civil liberties:
Seamus Dooley

The correct decision: The Herald

Breen ruling – Protection of sources vital: Irish Examiner

PSNI reserve 'will be scrapped': The News Letter

Residents seek rerouting of parade from McDaid home: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Two arrested over McDaid murder: BBC

Murdered man's partner suffers more trauma in pipe bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph

Campaign to oppose Garland extradition launched: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

IRA graves daubed with fascist graffiti: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Rail alert causes long tailbacks: BBC

Thursday, June 18

Resignation brings scathing rebuke for Sinn Fein leaders: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

TUV leader makes vow over Westminster seats: The News Letter

Allister's plan to topple Executive: The News Letter

Worrying times for DUP's bean-counting tie counter: Irish News
Brian Feeney

New policing legislation for Stormont: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Dissidents claim PSNI attack: Derry Journal

Republicans disrupt public police meeting: The News Letter

Stone-throwers at DPP are disgrace: Irish News

The positive legacy of Omagh:
Jason McCue

Campbell makes 'political harassment' claims: Derry Journal

Belfast court to rule in journalist case:

Writer Brian Keenan says imagination is key in Northern Irish politics: Irish Voice/
Frieda Klotz

Adams idea of new pan-nationalist front a mirage: The Irish Times
David Adams

Solutions to Irish problems are never simply achieved: Irish News
Ray O'Hanlon

Martin McGuinness to speak at Bodenstown: Derry Journal

O'Neill deportation may be stopped: Irish Voice/
April Drew

A call to words: Irish Echo

Peace walls – 40 years on: UTV Internet

Shankill mural makeover unveiled: The News Letter

Shared Neighbourhood initiative launched: UTV Internet

Racist violence drives Romanians from homes in Northern Ireland: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

'They said they wanted to kill us' – Romanians holed up in Belfast speak of ordeal:
Henry McDonald

Five-day-old baby among North's hated innocents: Irish Independent
David Young

'We were only too happy to offer help to Romanians': Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

NI racist attacks a 'totally shameful episode': RTE

Families fleeing hatred and racism conjure up memories of dark times: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ó Murchú warns of racism towards immigrants in Republic: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Northern Ireland has 'culture of intolerance': The Times
David Sharrock

Northern Ireland has united to combat racism: The Independent
David McKittrick

Suspicion of 'anyone different' is a legacy of sectarianism: The Guardian
Robert Booth

Racist attacks – Society as a whole is under threat: Irish Examiner

Paralysed man says he 'was not INLA member': Irish News

Coroner accused of bias: Irish News

Cowen on collision course with British over new deal: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Wednesday, June 17

'Devolved policing can't be derailed' – SF: UTV Internet

NI leaders and Brown to meet on policing: RTE

Unionist politicians and police attacked at city DPP meeting: Irish News
Claire Simpson

PSNI close ranks over full-time reserve: The News Letter

Orde can't cop all the flak for phasing out PSNI reservists: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'TUV opposed to terrorists in government': The News Letter

UCUNF's position will split unionist vote – Foster: The News Letter

Unionists yearn for their paradise lost: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Euro election aftermath proves very intriguing: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

How we need political lions to tackle that Anglo-Irish divide: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 15)
Ed Curran

Sinn Fein denies rift within party after latest resignation: Irish Independent
Aidan O'Connor and Brian Hutton

Irish unity is not top of any immediate agenda: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland assembly member expelled for bank robbery comments:
Henry McDonald

Flags frenzy: Derry Journal

Brave Omagh families help get the scales of justice back in balance: Irish Examiner
Steven King

Soldier forced to confront CIRA suspects: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Hunger strikers' families call for 1981 inquiry: Derry Journal

Will we ever uncover full truth about hunger strike?: Belfast Telegraph (Jun 15)
Laurence White

Republic gets territorial over Lough Foyle's ownership saga: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

A change of image for Shankill murals: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

The Queen and her birthdays: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Monument to peace process scrapped: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Bill sets conditions for Army role in EU defence body: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Catholic control of schooling not tenable, says archbishop: The Irish Times
Genevieve Carberry

Peace process mediator to tackle Traveller conflict: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

Tuesday, June 16

NI leaders to meet Brown on policing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Future of PSNI Reserve unclear: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Orde to press on with phasing out of police reserve: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP 'to blame if McGuinness becomes next First Minister': The News Letter

Has unionism reached its tipping point now?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Unionist electorate says 'a plague on all your houses': Irish News
Roy Garland

Election result 'a boost for the UUP-Tory link': The News Letter

DUP has more reasons than most to be worried: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Unionist divisions remain: The News Letter

White House offered Ireland ambassadorship to GOP Rep. King: New York Daily News
Kenneth R. Bazinet

Woman released over McDaid murder: UTV Internet

New body set up to tackle sectarianism: Derry Journal

Eggs and stones thrown at UUP man : BBC

Dissident group in telephone bomb warning: UTV Internet

Choice of Speaker 'angered' Ford: BBC
Judith Cummings

Families flee after attacks by racist mob: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

RUC bravery remembered at George Cross service: The News Letter (Jun 8)

Anger as British force Inishowen ferry to pay taxes: Derry Journal

Orange pageant lights up streets: The News Letter

'Foinse' seeks cash injection to survive: The Irish Times (Jun 10)
Pól Ó Muirí

Kinght who investigated Castlereag break-in to head Iraq probe: Belfast Telegraph
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