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Wednesday, June 30

Westminster debate on SF expenses: BBC

MEP ruled out of UUP leadership race: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionists must seek a common voice – Order: The News Letter

What does Norn Irn really, really need now?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Why Gerry Adams has joined calls for unionist unity: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Gerry Adams and Jackie McDonald meet for the first time: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

The Future of Irish Peace:
Jim Dee

Is this Stormont really what the electorate voted for?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Watching your Ps and Qs in a right royal commotion: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Greenshirts are best way ahead: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Appeal for calm ahead of Somme parade: The News Letter

Commission accused over nationalist parade: The News Letter

Signs of an about turn on parades' bill: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Nationalists are being 'targeted': Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

Attacks on Protestant homes condemned: The News Letter

'Tensions high' after latest Oldpark Road attacks: BBC

Living on the interface 'is nothing short of torture': The News Letter

Ballymena house attack 'sectarian': UTV Internet

Londonderry Sinn Féin to table Bloody Sunday motion at Council: Londonderry Sentinel

Saville Commission Bloody Sunday Report Helps Heal Northern Ireland: US News & World Report
Mary Kate Cary

Justice for Majella: Newry Democrat
Brian Hyland

Derry IRA dead remembered: Derry Journal

Assembly to debate Reavey murders: The Cross Examiner

Widow's disgust at 'lauding' of Adams: The News Letter

South Armagh reaches out on its own terms: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Trade safe from VAT rise: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

Corporation tax issue looms large in tough times (Jun 15): The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Cut in port police linked to surge in tobacco smuggling by Ulster thugs: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Tuesday, June 29

Focus now on elections next year: The News Letter

10 Upper Bann Ulster Unionists have an eye on Stormont role (Jun 7): Portadown Times

DUP MP David Simpson to stand down from assembly: BBC

Last chance saloon for troubled UUP: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Parades Bill takes a detour from simple common sense: Belfast Telegraph

Gang hurl petrol bombs at Belfast home: UTV Internet

'No peace process here as gangs target us in hate campaign ': Belfast Telegraph

Fountain residents in constant fear of attack: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Let's seize the moment to bridge the divide: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Common-ground politics is the future, or we're history: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Paisley portrait unveiled at Stormont to cross-party applause for subject: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Saville 'puts truth on the record' – Ford: UTV Internet

'Unjustified, unjustifiable' (Jun 20): Berkshire Eagle

Time for a new look at the 'old enemy': The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

How victory, a visit and a vision can prove we have come of age: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

ETA suspect 'had fake identity': BBC

Basque separatist to oppose extradition: RTE

Innovative thinking needed to inspire North's work-shy community: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Cuts, cuts, cuts: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

New Bridge should have 'Cross Border dimension' (Jun 11): Derry Journal

NI loans to transfer to Nama soon: BBC

Ann Widdecombe, 'the Popessa', offered job as Ambassador to Holy See (Jun 28): The Times
Ruth Gledhill

Ann Widdecombe is not cut out to be Vatican ambassador:
Andrew Brown

Ann Widdecombe, one of the rudest women in Britain, to be ambassador to the Vatican? Yikes:
Damian Thompson

We should not be surprised by resilience of the church: The Irish Times
Tony Hanna

England's identity crisis: The Guardian
Gary Younge

Monday, June 28

Orangemen apply to march along Garvaghy Road route: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Drumcree fears eased as Order submits march form: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Orangeman recognises 'tenacity' of Bloody Sunday campaigners: UTV Internet

UUP man talks unity with DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP rules out Sinn Fein merger: UTV Internet

McGuinness facing £10m claim from son of IRA murder victim (Jun 27): Sunday Business Post
John Burke

Mayor invites queen to Lismore during visit: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Security bill for royal visit to cost taxpayer more than €8m (Jun 27): Sunday Tribune
Mark Hilliard

"Come on. She is the queen of England, with all the cumbersome historical baggage that goes with that. Pretending to be over it doesn't make you over it" (Jun 27): Sunday Tribune
Eithne Tynan

The Empire, our part in its downfall (Jun 27): Sunday Independent

Loyalist speaks up for migrants: Belfast Telegraph

It's time for a new approach to Northern Ireland politics: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Parents of stab victim hit out at NI prosecutors (Jun 27): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

'Outside bodies' influenced local council elections – Digney claims (Jun 15): Ballymena Times

Minister criticises media over stance on Irish language issue: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

'While the front doors were locked, there was plenty of activity going on out the back door' (Jun 15): Belfast Media

I forgive soldier who blinded me . . in fact, now we're quite a double act: The Scotsman
Claire Smith

Columnist and friend questioned at gunpoint during trip to Northern Ireland: Cape Breton Post
Rannie Gillis

Sammy Wilson – Stormont Budget cuts 'not based on party': BBC

Impending cuts the biggest threat facing northerners: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

By George, a super budget for the Irish (Jun 27): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Belfast cheers as England are crushed by Germany: Belfast Telegraph

No quick fix to decades of conflict: Cyprus Mail
Simon Bahceli

Lord Trimble on way to join Israeli raid panel: BBC

Sunday, June 27

Republican community 'must help police catch dissidents': The News Letter

Police question Iris Robinson: UTV Internet

Iris claimed almost £17k after resignation: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Storey says slim down Assembly: Ballymoney Times

US ambassador hopes Saville will heal wounds: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Saville Report – IRA set the scene for Bloody Sunday (Jun 16): The News Letter
Reg Empey

How Saville cleared the innocent but let the guilty men off the hook (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Sunday Bloody Sunday – UK Army's "Mai Lai"-Style 1972 Irish Massacre Was "Unjustified And Unjustifiable" (Jun 15): Huffington Post
Martin Lewis

De Gaulle would have hated the Saville inquiry (Jun 15): The Times
Ben Macintyre

Saville missed the failures of leadership (Jun 20): Sunday Business Post
Niall O'Dochartaigh

Bloody Sunday – there's no great moral dilemma (Jun 16): Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

How southern Protestants were affected in the aftermath (Jun 16): The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

Meet the brave West Belfast women who broke the Falls Curfew of 1970 (Jun 15): Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

NI parade marks Armed Forces Day: BBC

Flag protest is 'bigoted'- unionists (Jun 25): The News Letter

No trouble at Whiterock Orange Order parade: BBC

'It would be nice for the queen to see Temple Bar' (Jun 26): The Irish Times
Brian O'Connell

Why Betty's visit will benefit the nation: Sunday Independent
Gene Kerrigan

Old grievances die hard in NI: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Boundary dispute village at the heart of a £9m disaster (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Call for all-island innovation strategy (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Woman freed in north Belfast pipe bomb inquiry: BBC

Paisley to be called Lord Bannside: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Wasn't Ian Paisley a great man for Irish Catholics? (Jun 15): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

'Bloody Sunday' film director backs Derry (Jun 11): Derry Journal

Eta suspect Fermin Vila Michelena rearrested in Belfast: BBC

NI football fans cry foul over garden gnome snub: The News Letter

Political elite faces guillotine in Real Ireland revolution (Jun 20): The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

BNP leader invited to meet Queen at Buckingham Palace garden party (Jun 15): The Times
Fiona Hamilton

New consensus: Scotland on Sunday

Saturday, June 26

Furious Orangemen refuse to apply for parade as stand-off continues: Portadown Times

Why hand-wringing won't halt sectarian intimidation: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

Cameron's pledge has to be met: The News Letter

Unionist MLA meets 'Sunday' families: Derry Journal

Bloody Sunday supporters thanked: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bloody legacy (Jun 25): Daily Mirror
Paul Routledge

Time to bury the past and start living for a better here and now (Jun 23): Belfast Telegraph
Sharon Owens

Londonderry bombers despicable cowards: councillor: Londonderry Sentinel

RAAD are 'Criminal Thugs' – top cop: Derry Journal

A Queen in Ireland – Visit will be a milestone to celebrate: Irish Examiner

Handled the right way, a royal visit could bring just the closure we need (Jun 24): Evening Herald
Andrew Lynch

Biffo extends an invite to the auld enemy: Irish Independent

SDLP restores whip to errant member: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Iris Robinson questioned by police: Daily Telegraph
Andy Bloxham

Anderson replaces Simpson as DUP MLA: Portadown Times

Alliance selects Chris Lyttle as new East Belfast MLA: BBC

Elections to be held next year: Londonderry Sentinel

Omagh bombing – appeal date set: BBC

US students learn about peace process: UTV Internet

Supreme Court blunder on terrorism: Irish Voice/
Debbie McGoldrick

Sinn Fein – Edwin Poots blew chance to save £400m (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph

Chief minister defends cost of British-Irish Council: BBC

Cross-border boom doomed: Belfast Telegraph

Scots HQ for British-Irish group: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Cross-border penalty points delayed: Irish Independent
Áine Kerr

When Prince Charles talked tents with Danny Morrison: BBC

'No' to soccer and rugby in the Pairc (Jun 22): Irish Independent
Colm Keys

Most wanted ETA terrorist arrested in Belfast: Daily Telegraph
Fiona Govan

The state of the Union is flagging: Daily Telegraph
Bruce Anderson

War of independence erupts within ranks of SNP: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Friday, June 25

Move on SF expenses 'must not involve oath': The News Letter

Northern Ireland ministers at British-Irish meeting: BBC

Suspected dissident bomb defused: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Beer keg bomb 'was attempt to kill police': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

RUC stress case 'could name' informers: UTV Internet

We'll do what's right despite security threat, vows Baggott: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist Action Against Drugs?: Londonderry Sentinel

Orange parade 'will not pass Coleraine victim's home': BBC

Orange Order 'disappointed' as march is routed away from Kevin McDaid murder spot: Belfast Telegraph

TV series to tackle NI marching season: UTV Internet

Opposition call for Armed Forces Day: Donegal Democrat

Eames-Bradley – Saville Report 'has revived the will to deal with the past': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Duddy moved by tribute to uncle: San Antonio Express-News
John Whisler

Bloody Sunday memories in Derry by Bernadette McAliskey: Tyrone Times

Former priest arrested by Soldier F speaks of treatment: BBC

Bloody Sunday's Architects: The Nation
Peter Pringle

Will we ever get to the truth of killings?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

We need one last tribunal to find nothing but the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Family vent frustration at UVF victim's inquest: Tyrone Times

Saville report 'helps culture bid': Belfast Telegraph

City Irish school rebuild shelved: UTV Internet

Sammy Wilson goes from figure of fun to principal player: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ethnic minorities make easy scapegoats in Belfast:
Tim Brannigan

Racist attack in N. Ireland targets Filipino family:
Jerrie M. Abella

PMS savers 'opposed to hardship fund' (Jun 19): The News Letter

Biggest share of Maze stadium money 'to go the GAA': BBC

Time to welcome the Queen to Ireland: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Mayo Peace Park chairman gets MBE (Jun 16): Western People
Keith Bourke

Murray DOES bow to the Queen as she makes first visit to Wimbledon in 33 years: Daily Mail

Basque separatist suspect held in NI: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Thursday, June 24

Sinn Fein MPs could lose huge expenses payouts unless they take up seats at Westminster: Daily Mail
Jason Groves

Irish leader Brian Cowen set for Downing Street talks: BBC

Queen will visit Irish Republic next year: The Scotsman
Ed Carty

Taoiseach would welcome a visit by the Queen: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Queen's visit would be Anglo-Irish milestone: BBC
Mark Simpson

Parade concerns voiced at PSNI meeting: Ballymoney Times

Homes evacuated after beer-keg bomb alert in south Armagh:
Henry McDonald

Arson to 'lure' police to Keady bomb: UTV Internet

Man is arrested over police bomb: BBC

Andre Shoukri may have been blast bomb target: Belfast Telegraph

Police issue fresh appeal over Rasharkin: Ballymoney Times

Outrage over sectarian attack on Coleraine Church: Coleraine Times
Una Culkin

Republicans warn Belfast commuters 'no parking': UTV Internet

Supreme showstopper: Irish Echo

US support mounts for Obama visit to Cork: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

Obama and Cameron discuss Bloody Sunday Report: BBC

For many, Saville has fallen short (Jun 16): The Independent
Henry Patterson

Graceful words show up sad policy of evasion: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Amid the tears and cheers, a full stop to Britain's colonial experience in Northern Ireland (Jun 16):
Simon Winchester

We need all the truth about our dirty little war: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

'Collusion' probe still to hold hearings: The News Letter

How IRA spin helped cause another historical injustice: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Flag plans up in smoke: Ballymoney Times

Insurance company refuses payout for Battle of the Boyne cottage: Daily Telegraph
Stephen Adams

Corporation tax cut 'still on agenda': Belfast Telegraph

Wilson warns of post-budget job cuts: UTV Internet

Border businesses quietly welcome UK VAT increase: The Anglo-Celt
Tom Carron

Gaza book of regret is Mayor's 1st tough test (Jun 15): Belfast Media

Trimble good choice for Gaza inquiry (Jun 15): The News Letter

England softens up: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Wednesday, June 23

Internet hate campaign absolutely wrong – Durkan: The News Letter

Elliott to run for UUP leadership: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster Tories 'have no influence with Cameron': The News Letter

Cold cases are draining resources – PSNI chief: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Time to beef up the HET: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Proactive policing will be welcomed by us all (Jun 14): Belfast Media

'Justice For All': Dromore Leader
Paul Wilkinson

'They can now go and change all the text books. We have moved a mountain' (Jun 17): The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Let us thank Lord Saville for the truth and move on (Jun 19): Irish Independent
James Downey

Protect Saville from hijackers with machinegun secrets (Jun 20): The Sunday Times
Liam Fay

'Saville not the way to deal with Troubles' legacy': The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Bloody Sunday inquiry – laying the ghosts to rest (Jun 16):
Mick Fealty

Why we must not step into that dark abyss ever again: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

The Saville inquiry was a victory for journalism too (Jun 21):

Bloody Sunday in popular culture (Jun 16): Daily Telegraph
Nick Collins

A low point for the paras but their vital work must continue (Jun 16): London Evening Standard
Robert Fox

Local Lodge Milestone Prompts Orange Defence: Dromore Leader
Paul Wilkinson

Flagship Twelfth parades selected: BBC

Homes evacuated in Keady bomb alert: UTV Internet

Man held over mortar bomb attempt: Belfast Telegraph

Fault foiled RIRA bomb (Jun 20): The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Bail refused in paramilitary 'drugs fine' case: BBC

Belfast homes ransacked in suspected sectarian attacks:
Henry McDonald

Irish-medium nursery approved: Belfast Telegraph

Lords debut date for Paisley: UTV Internet

Row over MLA allowances legislation: Belfast Telegraph

Government must act on issues in North quickly (Jun 16): Irish Post

Cross-border shopping to be hit by VAT rise: Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

Possible tax move signals North may soon be more competitive: Irish Examiner
Geoff Percival

Sammy Wilson – Northern Ireland could be left stuck in recession: Irish Independent
David Gordon

Taoiseach to visit Cross': The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

The Hidden Agenda – Could what George Osborne is planning threaten the unity of the UK? (Jun 20): Scotland on Sunday
Hamish Macdonell

The World Cup – Why I can't root for England (Jun 13): Irish Voice/
Patricia Harty

Tennis star will bow to queen (Jun 22): Irish Independent
Tom Morgan

Tuesday, June 22

Kenny – SF's 'democratic journey' not over: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

FG 'not trusted' on the national question, Adams tells Kenny: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Enda uses North to find his own peace: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

No-surrender Enda in North for a spot of 'peace-sharing' with his (former) enemies: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

New republic not possible without a united island: The Irish Times
Gerry Adams

Aughnacloy bomb is calling card aimed at police and community (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

UVF killer's brother in 'postpone parade' plea: Belfast Telegraph

Campbell complains about 'fascist' postings on Facebook: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness facing court civil action: The News Letter

Ford – not all the Troubles' victims can have Saville-like probe: Belfast Telegraph

What's the future of NI's troubled past? (Jun 16): BBC

Protestors vent fury over 'one-sided justice': The News Letter

A line in the sand: BBC
Mark Devenport

Humbled by mum of Bloody Sunday victim (Jun 20): News of the World
Anna Smith

Resilience of '72 deserves respect (Jun 20): Sunday Independent
Eamon Sweeney

Bloody Sunday inquiry – too much, too late (Jun 17):
Louis Blom-Cooper

A brutal error and, finally, an admission (Jun 19): Minneapolis Star Tribune
Nick Coleman

Bloody Sunday, and a hurt that haunts us to this day (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

SF hypocrites have exploited Bloody Sunday dead: The News Letter
Alex Kane

US bell tolls for Bloody Sunday victim – but is now right time to test Anglo-American tensions?: Daily Mail
Jeff Powell

Learning how to apologize (Jun 20): Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Robyn Blumner

I never thought I'd see a Tory PM apologise for Bloody Sunday (Jun 20): Sunday Tribune
David Kenny

Bloody Sunday, and other history lessons (Jun 20):
H D S Greenway

Dungiven remembers victims of the Troubles (Jun 15): Derry Journal

Real IRA gun smuggling trial ends: UTV Internet

Ex-IRA man in fraud probe: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Justice minister announces prison review team: BBC

Anger over ministers' Irish spend: The News Letter

New conflict centre to honour Kennedy role as Northern peacemaker: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

A postcard from the wilderness (Jun 16): The News Letter
N R Greer

Emergency budget set to dispense 'tough medicine' to Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Executive can't reap gains without taking some pain: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

No pain, no gain message from budget: The News Letter

Is U.S Open champ Graeme McDowell Irish or British?: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Shea

Fury over sectarian vandalism at church (Jun 20): Sunday Herald
Cate Devine

Monday, June 21

Online death threats made to DUP's Gregory Campbell: Belfast Telegraph

DUP MP wants PSNI Facebook probe: BBC

Bloody Sunday – Wilford tracked down... but Paras officer won't say sorry: Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday paratroopers attack Saville report as 'fundamentally flawed': Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Soldier F – two hours after Bloody Sunday shootings: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Weir

Saville inquiry dismissed evidence of Ivan Cooper (Jun 20): Sunday Tribune
Mark Hilliard

Saville ended 40 years of cover-up, says Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Edel Kennedy

'No one was around. The blood was still fresh on the ground' (Jun 19): The Independent
Peter Taylor

Bloody Sunday – Is nobody bothered that Widgery got it so wrong?: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Mansfield

Does the inquiry hide darker aspects of Bloody Sunday? (Jun 20): Sunday Business Post

How the killing of an innocent man William McGreanery may have paved the way for Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Brady and Jonathan Owen

A great day for Derry; not a bad day for the British army either (Jun 20): Sunday Tribune
Eamonn McCann

Relieved Army has 'learnt Bloody Sunday lessons' (Jun 16): The Times
Deborah Haynes

Why did the Saville Inquiry cost almost twenty times the 9/11 Commission? (Jun 18):
Gerald Warner

British inquiry into 'Bloody Sunday' brings back memories for columnist: Cape Breton Post
Rannie Gillis

A buried story comes to light: Sydney Morning Herald
Hamish McDonald

Noble? No just dirty assassins: Melbourne Herald Sun
Alan Howe

Old wounds still fester (Jun 20): Sunday Business Post
Brian Feeney

For all its faults, Saville was worth the wait (Jun 20): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

The bloody truth has finally set them free (Jun 20): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Saville inquiry – Over 150 killings by soldiers during Troubles in Northern Ireland never fully investigated:
Owen Bowcott

North's violent past 'not laid to rest' (Jun 17): Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

After 38 years of waiting, the healing begins (Jun 20): Sunday Tribune

A damning report (Jun 18): Barre-Montpelier Times Argus

How to Run an Inquiry – Bloody Sunday and Mavi Marmara: Cyprus Mail
Gwynne Dyer

From Ireland's Bloody Sunday martyrs to those of Palestine (Jun 18): Palestine Telegraph
Rachael Rudolph

Vandals damage Bloody Sunday memorial: UTV Internet

Victims of the Troubles to be remembered in North today: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Patsy McGarry

I won't be joining DUP – Harbinson (Jun 18): The News Letter

Libyan IRA compensation package may exclude Republic (Jun 20): Sunday Business Post
John Burke

The show must go on as Kenny takes act to Belfast: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Republican group éirígí calls for Armed Forces Day boycott: Belfast Telegraph

Flags are not the answer: The Independent

SF will resist cutbacks in North, says Gildernew: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Kennedys gather to honour Ted: Irish Independent
Conor Kane

Murray – I might not bow before the Queen (Jun 20): Sunday Herald
Martin Williams

Sunday, June 20

Were Bloody Sunday soldiers involved in 'Ballymurphy massacre'?: The Observer
Henry McDonald

'Probe Dublin's role in IRA': The News Letter

I can't ever see McGuinness standing up to say sorry for the murder of my mother: Mail on Sunday
Glen Owen

Journalist tells of McGuinness terror: The News Letter

McGuinness challenged to 'come clean' on police killings (Jun 17): The Times
Martin Fletcher Will Pavia

How the killing of an innocent man may have paved the way for Bloody Sunday: Independent on Sunday
Brian Brady and Jonathan Owen

Dad was right - Justice is worth waiting for: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Fear and tears as a sombre House hears unpalatable truth about Bloody Sunday (Jun 16): The Times
Ann Treneman

The power of political oratory: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

The night Martin McGuinness took me to the Bloody Sunday morgue: Mail on Sunday
Peter Hardy

In Bloody Sunday Apology, a Promise of Closure: New York Times
John F. Burns

Has the Saville inquiry 'set people free' - or raised more questions? (Jun 15): The Times
David Sharrock

Trip teaches lesson on the 'Troubles' (Jun 19): Chicago Sun Times
Michael Sneed

The truth of Bloody Sunday is far from pure and simple: London Evening Standard
Anne McElvoy

In Ireland, Tuesday's Grace: New York Times

A peacemaking lesson from the people of Derry: Jerusalem Post
Rory Fitzgerald

A new dawn for Derry after Saville (Jun 18):
Edward Daly

From the archive - Widgery's disastrous Bloody Sunday blunder: The Sunday Times

Bloody Sunday - Don't prosecute the squaddies for the sins of their superiors: The Observer
Nick Ross

Bloody Sunday soldiers cannot remain above the law: Scotland on Sunday
Duncan Hamilton

Our soldiers must live, and die, by the principles they fight so hard to uphold (Jun 15): London Evening Standard
Robert Fox

Now Paras must fight to restore their image (Jun 17): Belfast Telegraph
David James

Healing wounds of 'Bloody Sunday' (Jun 18): Springfield Republican

Long overdue - Britain admits responsibility for Bloody Sunday (Jun 17): Newark Star-Ledger

Let Saville be the end of this bloody tale (Jun 15): London Evening Standard

Orangemen to make Drumcree decision: The News Letter

Anger at attack on Craigavon PSNI base: The News Letter

Dissident republican boss is central to gang of people-traffickers and pimps: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

No breathing space for terrorists: The News Letter

Opportunity for Protestant groups: Londonderry Sentinel

Unionists urged to apply for equality body: The News Letter

Peace accolades for Kennedy family: Belfast Telegraph

NY NB conference hailed a major success: Irish Echo

Creationist claims in Northern Ireland:
Sophia Deboick

World Cup 2010 - HMV withdraws 'racist' anti-England posters from Scottish stores: Sunday Telegraph

Saturday, June 19

First contentious marching season parade is peaceful: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orangemen refuse to fill in Drumcree application: Portadown Times
Victor Gordon

Orangemen in Drumcree walk threat: BBC

Lodge seeks bunting solution: The News Letter

First parade must set tone for season (Jun 18): The News Letter

Bishop Daly 'filled with joy': Derry Journal

They should have let us march – Brolly: Derry Journal

A full stop to Britain's colonial experience in Northern Ireland: Toronto Globe and Mail
Simon Winchester

Reaction to Bloody Sunday report on all sides may mark seminal moment in Anglo-Irish relations:
Henry McDonald

The justice process doesn't end with the Saville Inquiry: Liverpool Echo
Frank Field

Cameron's words flew like white doves into the sky above Derry's Guildhall – truth and justice at last: Irish Independent

'A weight has been lifted and the black cloud's gone. It's fantastic for Derry' (Jun 17): The Irish Times
Eithne Donnellan

Martin McGuinness and the machine-gun murders that fanned the flames of Bloody Sunday: Daily Mail
Richard Pendlebury

Martin McGuinness sub-machinegun may have been used to kill two policemen (Jun 17): Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

Bloody Sunday and the Paras' guilt:
Ken Lukowiak

Resisting voice of unreason in wake of killings: The Irish Times
Garret FtizGerald

Bloody Sunday and the unanswered questions: Belfast Telegraph
Steve Richards

Bloody Sunday – closing down doesn't mean closure (Jun 16):
Nuala O'Loan

The only heroes of Bloody Sunday: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Ferriter

The last casualty of the Troubles is truth: Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Saville findings a stern test on road to reconciliation (Jun 17): The Irish Times
David Adams

Wrong conclusions from Bloody Sunday: The Economist

Even a bloody past should never be another country: Financial Times
Alec Russell

When will we hear about Bloody Friday?: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

1972 Our Year of Living Dangerously: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Is truth now the closest victims will get to justice?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gerry Adams demands inquiry into 1971 Para killings:
Douglas Murray

Moderator calls for victim ideas: The News Letter

Inquest plea by soldier who shot and killed Londonderry teenager: The Scotsman
David Young

'I'll take a bullet to keep them out' (Jun 15): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Real IRA suspect caught in MI5 sting freed by judge:
Henry McDonald

Dissident bomb would have caused 'utter devastation': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Outrage voiced at attack on church: The News Letter

Man injured in Dunmurry shooting: UTV Internet

Hysteria over drugs gives the green light to killers and thugs: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Kenny to take rebel TDs on day-trip to Belfast: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Friday, June 18

Bloody Sunday families 'consider legal options': UTV Internet

'There should be no prosecutions': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Bloody Sunday soldier – a case for prosecution? (Jun 16):
Richard Norton-Taylor

Bloody Sunday Inquiry spent £34m – and that was just on computers (Jun 17): Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Tribunal's legal costs alone top £67m, says NIO: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

McCann hails 'a mighty day for justice': Londonderry Sentinel

General's battle cry of 'Go on the Paras' will forever ring in my ears (Jun 16): Evening Herald
Michael Brennan

Let us reach out to one another across our community: Londonderry Sentinel
Rt Rev Ken Good

PUP extends sympathy to families but questions McGuinness' role: Londonderry Sentinel

Martin McGuinness on Bloody Sunday – Do we know his full story? (Jun 16):
Guy Walters

What did McGuinness do in the lost 25min on Bloody Sunday?: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty and Tamara Cohen

Frazer's court bid against McGuinness: The News Letter

U.S. Sen. Chris Dodd Speaks Out On British Apology On "Bloody Sunday" Incident In Northern Ireland In 1972 (Jun 16):
Christopher Keating

A city moving on: Londonderry Sentinel

Cameron didn't over-act. He dealt it straight (Jun 16): Daily Mail
Quentin Letts

After Saville: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Where is the equality or parity?: Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

Bloody Sunday and Britain's Enemies: Wall Street Journal
Douglas Murray

A verdict of history – Britain makes unprecedented apology for Bloody Sunday (Jun 17): New York Daily News

Bloody Sunday – Finally, truth wins out: Boston Globe

Truth at last on Bloody Sunday (Jun 17): Irish Independent

Call for inquiry into killing of 11 by soldiers: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'Time for truth from terrorists': The News Letter

All victims deserve the truth, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph

'Brighton bomb victims also deserve inquiry': The News Letter

Now, can we be told truth about all the killings?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Victims and churches lead way to freedom from past (Jun 17): The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

It takes two sides to tear apart a myth (Jun 13): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Irishman blinded by rubber bullet learns to forgive: Irish Post
Paul Donovan

New appeal over IRA informer shooting: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland bomb alerts sparks evacuations: Daily Telegraph

Bomb accused 'acted under duress from dissident': BBC

Northern Ireland prison chief to stand down: RTE

Irish political prisoners brutalized:
Sandy Boyer

Sectarian graffiti daubed on church: UTV Internet

Don't let RAAD galoots threaten our children: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Derry's city of culture success would be 'truly legenderry': Belfast Telegraph

Flanagan labelled 'a Blueshirt muckraker': The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Let's Stick Together – Nationalist And Loyalist Children Team Up In Croke Park: The Irish Times
Stephen Mangan

Plucky Belgium is leading the way. Today Flanders, tomorrow Scotland:
Simon Jenkins

Thursday, June 17

Robinson accepts that Bloody Sunday shootings 'unjustified': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Keenan & Deaglán de Bréadún

Peter Robinson – Time for closure for all Northern Ireland Troubles victims: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Families seek Taoiseach's help to get soldiers prosecuted: Irish Independent
Aine Kerr

Police chief to discuss possibility of trial for soldiers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bloody Sunday soldiers like 'Nazi stormtroopers': Irish Independent
David McKittrick and Michael McHugh

Paras admit 'mistakes' but reject report as one-sided: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

Bloody Sunday Inquiry – Ex-Paras hit back over verdict, saying 'Saville has made our Colonel a scapegoat': Daily Mail
David Williams

Wilford 'will not comment on report': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Saville report – Commander should be held accountable – civil rights activist:
Henry McDonald

Outstanding concerns still to be addressed, says Donaldson: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Historic walk to Bogside estate by Protestants: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Bishops salute work of Protestant clergy leaders: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Cameron – painful to work with ex-IRA leader: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

David Cameron was right to apologise – Bloody Sunday diminished us all (Jun 16):
Daniel Hannan

David Cameron shows class on Bloody Sunday apology: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

David Cameron has passed his first test in Irish politics:
Paul Bew

Bloody Sunday – Prosecutors say soldiers may face perjury charges:
Richard Norton-Taylor and Owen Bowcott

Doubtful soldiers will stand trial for Bloody Sunday killings: Belfast Telegraph
Dearbhail McDonald

Soldiers' lies about Bloody Sunday are sufficient grounds for prosecution: The Irish Times
Dermot Walsh

Saville report leaves stain on the army (Jun 15): BBC
Jonathan Beale

Bloody Sunday is the defining story of the British army in Ireland:
Gerry Adams

You can't blame the armed forces for feeling let down: The Independent
Major General Julian Thompson

Axing shamed regiment is best way to say sorry: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Why we have to forgive before we start to forget: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Respect for both communities can spring from common humanity: The Scotsman
Trevor Ringland


Boxer John Duddy remembers uncle slain on Bloody Sunday: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

Tribute planned for boxer John Duddy's uncle, a victim of the Bloody Sunday attack:
Lance Pugmire

Devolution 'must lead to reform': Belfast Telegraph

Man shot in legs in Dunmurry : UTV Internet

Hopes for calm at Tour of the North march: Belfast Telegraph

Can Northern Ireland ever work? History suggests not:
Ed West

Attwood to investigate loyalist Kesh 'Shrine': Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

UVF drags community backwards by actions: Belfast Telegraph

MI5 sting decision adjourned: UTV Internet

Man jailed for bomb plot may sue over detention: Belfast Telegraph

Derry City of Culture bid in final stages: BBC

Wednesday, June 16

Report calls 1972 Bloody Sunday killings by British troops unjustified: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Hugs, tears and roars on a day of supreme catharsis: The Times
Martin Fletcher and Will Pavia

Cameron leads apologies to relatives of the victims: The Independent
Daniel Barrenger

Truth has won out for Bloody Sunday victims, says John Hume:
Henry McDonald

Governments cannot be held directly responsible: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Emotional scenes as families walk to the Guildhall: Derry Journal

Bloody Sunday – Mixed reactions in city where the Peace Bridge is still to be built: The Scotsman

Bloody Sunday Report – Army chief admits 'serious mistakes': The News Letter

Bloody Sunday – soldiers criticise Saville report findings: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince and Ben Leach

Soldier's view – I was in Derry that day. I just wish the Army hadn't been: The Independent

Ulster Unionist claims report 'one-eyed' in its focus: Irish Examiner
David Hughes

McGuinness denies Saville gun claim: UTV Internet

UDR relative slams 'hierarchy of victims': The News Letter

Saville Inquiry – David Cameron breaks with tradition by calling city Derry in Commons: Daily Telegraph
Matthew Moore

Cowen welcomes vindication at last for murdered civilians: Irish Independent
Aine Kerr and Lise Hand

Cowen to meet Bloody Sunday relatives: RTE

US state department says report can add to North's 'ongoing transformation': The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

McAleese praises report's fairness on 'momentous day': The Irish Times
Genevieve Carberry

Bloodstained hanky is my comfort blanket: Evening Herald
Brian Hutton

Saville Report – Hazy memories make discovering the truth elusive: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Bloody Sunday commander 'wanted to go after rioters aggressively': Daily Mail
David Williams

Bloody Sunday – Soldiers may face prosecution over 'unjustifiable' killings:
Henry McDonald, Owen Bowcott and Hélène Mulholland

Both men served in Ulster – both have just died heroically in Afghanistan. After that damning report into Bloody Sunday this is the TRUE face of Britain's soldiers: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty and Tim Shipman

Sunday shots echo round the world: UTV Internet
Mark McFadden

David Cameron's statement on the Bloody Sunday report was pitch-perfect: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

Bloody Sunday – Saville report v Widgery report:
Henry Foy

At last the truth has been told and that's all we ever wanted: The Herald
John Patton

Saville Report – 'Bloody Sunday was murder': The News Letter
Mark Durkan

Ulster Unionist leader – 'Inquiries are no way to build a shared future':
Reg Empey

Bloody Sunday demands an act of atonement: Financial Times
John Lloyd

Saville Report – Lesson on how not to examine past: The News Letter
Gregory Campbell

The truth. And anything but the whole truth: The Times
Daniel Finkelstein

'We didn't care about the Irish -- Catholics or Protestants': Irish Independent
Robert Fisk

Bloody Sunday – Saville missed the chance of deeper healing – seeing killers admit the truth: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Let's measure comments on Bloody Sunday: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Growing up, I knew what Bloody Sunday meant: The Independent
James Nesbitt

Bloody Sunday – Put Britain in the dock:
Bernadette Devlin McAliskey


UUP deputy leader steps down from council role: The News Letter

Adams slams continuing ban on Irish in the North's courts: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Accused entrapped in MI5 sting operation, court told: Belfast Telegraph

RAAD 'seize E tabs from gang': Derry Journal

Man shot in legs in Dunmurry: UTV Internet

New York to New Belfast: Belfast Media

Trimble remains 'silent' over Israel probe role: The News Letter


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