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Sunday, March 15

300 dissident republicans – Orde: RTE

Talks with dissidents ruled out: BBC

Petrol bombs on Ulster's streets as police arrest five: Sunday Herald
Chris Watt

Radicals detained over Ulster murders: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

British soldier who saved life of pizza delivery driver being considered for bravery award: Sunday Telegraph
Sean Rayment

Parents of last soldier killed in Troubles send condolences: Irish News (Mar 9)
Marie Louise McCrory

Real IRA group in 'conflict' warning: BBC
Mark Devenport

Why the killers are back in Northern Ireland: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and John Mooney

Fragmented dissidents growing in strength and murderous unity: Sunday Independent — link repaired
Jim Cusack

'As long as the British remain, there will always be some kind of IRA': The Observer
Henry McDonald

MEPs pay respects to murdered in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times (Mar 14)
Seán MacConnell

Terrorists can't defeat a united people: Sunday Independent
Bertie Ahern

Back to the past in Northern Ireland: Boston Globe
Padraig O'Malley

McGuinness dons mask of Dev in history cycle: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Who is McGuinness to talk of treachery?: Independent on Sunday
Anthony McIntyre

McGuinness and Adams must snuff out burning embers: Financial Times (Mar 14)
John Lloyd

Thatcher echo leaves Sinn Fein nowhere to run: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

What the weasel words of Gerry Adams really mean: Daily Mail (Mar 9)
Edward Heathcoat Amory

Not again: Sunday Herald
Suzanne Breen

Real IRA, Real Life: Independent on Sunday
Cole Moreton

Dissidents will not destroy humanity of north's people: Irish News (Mar 9)
Roy Garland

This posturing must not be allowed to wreck peace: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'We can't go back to the bad old days': Daily Telegraph (Mar 14)
Denis Murray

Editorials

Police witnesses want to remain in shadows: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster Unionists dismiss claims of financial crisis: The News Letter (Mar 13)

MPs to question reporter about Omagh 'bugging': Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Witness denies policeman told him to burn clothes: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

'We didn't kill Claudy farmer': Derry Journal (Mar 13)

Prosecutors will not appeal 'show of strength' decision: Irish News

Dramatic twist fails to draw a crowd: Irish Independent (Mar 13)
Ralph Riegel

Papal envoy visited hunger strikers in '81: Irish News (Mar 9)

Scots cry foul at 'all-English football team' for Olympics: The Scotsman (Mar 11)
Gerri Peev

Saturday, March 14

Northern Ireland unites in mourning Catholic police officer: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Grief brings solidarity and pledge to save the peace: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A good man to have in your team: BBC
Paul McKillion

Police quiz ex-SF man on officer's murder: Irish News
Diana Rusk

PSNI arrests third man over policeman's killing: The Irish Times
Conor Lally & Gerry Moriarty

Race now on to piece together the clues: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Republicans still have way to go': The News Letter

Cardinal Brady urges youngsters to join the police: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Northern Ireland killings – How former IRA members now helping police: Daily Telegraph (Mar 11)
Liam Clarke

Retain PSNI full-time reserve – Unionists: The News Letter

President praises 'solidarity' at core of Irish society: The Irish Times
Neil Carnduff

U.S. businessman 'funded Real IRA soldier killers by smuggling cigarettes into Ireland': Daily Mail (Mar 13)
Paul Thompson

'Explore talks with dissidents': BBC

Dissidents expect to be 'taken out': Derry Journal

Hardliners vent their fury at Martin McGuinness: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Eirigi is not aligned to or supportive of any armed organisation, spokesman says: Irish News

No support for retaliation – loyalists: Derry Journal

Truce not peace on Belfast's divided estates: The Times
Martin Fletcher

Dispatch from the Irish border: Financial Times
Matthew Engel

Northern Ireland – A land still troubled by its past: The Independent
David McKittrick

The Garda will be key to fresh anti-terror battle: The Times
David Sharrock

Echoes resound but times change: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Maturity on this side of the Irish Sea could help Northern Ireland: Daily Mirror (Mar 12)
Brian Reade

We can never return to nightmare of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Massereene Murders – Brute-force bullies with no gameplan: The News Letter (Mar 9)
Alex Kane

We are not ready for an escalation of violence in Ulster: The Spectator
Dean Godson

Belfast's 'new troubles' are really no trouble: Toronto Globe and Mail
Doug Saunders

When you're fighting terrorists, 'the vast majority' is not enough: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

Editorials

The sad band of writers who want to give war another chance: Guardian.co.uk
Roy Greenslade

'Special forces' legal challenge: Belfast Media (Mar 9)

Bulgarians want seized £3m back, claims accused: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Wall of 'amnesia' blocks truth in Hamill inquiry: Irish News (Mar 12)
Barry McCaffrey

Queen sends St Patrick's message to President: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

No price on a just and equal peace: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

Changes will destroy Catholic schools – Cardinal: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Allister condemns move on Council logos: Derry Journal

IFA chief in bid to settle eligibilty row: The News Letter

Friday, March 13

No return to the Troubles, Cowen will tell Obama: Irish Independent
Senan Molony and Eimear Ni Bhraonain

Ministers aim to show US we're still open for business: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness receive film star reception on US trade trip: The Times
Chris Ayres

Church leaders urge 'a united stand for peace': Irish Independent
David Young

Adams wants dissidents isolated: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

England's 'Omagh' blast fear: The Sun (Mar 12)
Joanne McElgunn

Sniper 'used laser sighted rifle to kill Pc Stephen Carroll': Daily Telegraph
Nick Allen

350 police join hunt for dissident IRA killers: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI warns dissident threat growing: Irish Examiner
Scott Millar and Shaun Connolly

Dublin gangs supplied the guns used in both attacks: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan & Brian Rowan

MI5 issues appeal over NI murders: BBC

Teenager arrested for constable's murder has an alibi, claim parents: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick & Lesley-Anne Henry

Top loyalist praises McGuinness but warns of 'Real UDA clowns': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

SF mayor in meeting with loyalist UPRG: Irish News
Allison Morris

The loyalist endgame: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Spencer

Bomb alert near army base: UTV Internet

Barracks in Northern Ireland back on full terror alert: The Times
Michael Evans and David Sharrock

Martin McGuinness's attack on 'traitors' outrages past victims of IRA: The Times
David Sharrock

Wife of murdered Northern Ireland policeman – The night Kate's world fell apart: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

A nation mourns as victims of dissident attacks are honoured: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

We knew the threat wasn't over but I didn't think it would happen to me: The Guardian
Esther Addley

Real IRA – real threat?: Irish Post

We've had enough of Northern Ireland suffering: Daily Mirror (Mar 12)
Donna-Marie McGillion

The deadly cost of tying police hands in Northern Ireland: Daily Mail (Mar 11)
Tim Collins

We must not send soldiers back on to the streets: Yorkshire Post (Mar 11)
Patrick Mercer

The gunmen can't wreck the peace process but what the politicians do next just might: (from the Irish Daily Mail, Mar 12)
David Adams

Peace in Ireland depends on ending the educational divide: The Independent
Johann Hari

Is it the Troubles again?: Toronto Globe and Mail (Mar 11)
John O'Sullivan

Armed actions have no place in today's Ireland: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Editorials

Donegal deputy calls for more gardaí on Border: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

'Orange Volunteers claim Burn Road pipe bomb responsibility': Mid Ulster Mail

MPs to consider Troubles report: UTV Internet

New Republican party challenges Sinn Fein in Fermanagh: Impartial Reporter

Gardai terrified me with threats, claims Northern Bank accused: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Gardaí 'laughed' at account of Bulgarians and Offaly sandpit: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Hamill witness 'loses his memory': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Surveillance contradicts spy claims about McKevitt: Irish News

Police get CCTV of murder suspects: UTV Internet

Kennedy's knighthood isn't worth it: Albany Times Union
Kevin Cullen

Thursday, March 12

Police race to stop Real IRA bomb plot: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland refuses to cede peace: Christian Science Monitor
Michael Seaver

'We don't want to be manipulated by these hoodlums': The Herald
Alison Campsie

Bishops join Pope in urging prayers for peace: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Police discuss dissident threat: BBC

Checks stepped up along Border: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Bounty put on dissident murderers: The News Letter

'Our son is innocent', says family of teen held in custody: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Soldiers' families visit scene: BBC

Polish shooting victim 'recovering well': The News Letter

Slain constable taken home to his grief-stricken widow: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

'Daddy, I don't want you to be shot': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Vandals destroy tributes to murdered PC: The News Letter

'Sick' graffiti slammed: Derry Journal

Policeman's shooting 'was not murder', say dissidents: The Independent
Kim Sengupta and David McKittrick

Eirigi called on to condemn murder: Irish News

Northern Ireland shootings – Fears Real IRA and Continuity IRA worked together: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

Shot for wearing 'all-party' uniform: The Herald
Alison Campsie

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness show their unity on US trip: The Times
David Sharrock

United political front for Washington: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Brown and Cameron praise historic cross-party unity: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Murders delaying demilitarisation – Ó Caoláin: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Will loyalists seek bloody revenge?: The Independent
David McKittrick

We will not retaliate over latest killings, loyalist paramilitary brigadier promises: The Times
David Sharrock

Craigavon – City of hope and fear: BBC
Chris Buckler

Behind Northern Ireland's latest killings – a drive to stoke old grievances: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

How a show of unity will strike a blow against the murderers: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Arrival of Sinn Fein's De Valera moment: Irish News
Tom Kelly

This attack will be a recruiting call in the Bogside: Daily Mail (Mar 11)
Ed Moloney

Now is not the time for political bickering: The Irish Times
David Adams

Dissidents are only giving strength to political unity: Irish News
Brian Feeney

'Heirs of 1916 know the people's will is irrelevant against a man with a gun': Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

How al-Qaeda stoked our Massereene fury: The Times
Melanie Reid

Editorials

Those charming men. . .: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Polish FA fears for safety of players at Windsor: Irish News

Police attacked during security op: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland Bill becomes law: BBC

Claim Omagh failures led to attacks: UTV Internet

Spy 'asked for $2m to testify at RIRA trial': Irish News

Cunningham claims Bulgarian businessmen wanted to invest: Irish Examiner
Liam Heylin

Wednesday, March 11

After Killings Linked to I.R.A. Factions, Northern Ireland Defends Its Fragile Peace: New York Times
Eamon Quinn & John F. Burns

Return of violence puts economic gains at: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Northern Ireland ministers to press ahead wth delayed US mission: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams calls for unity against threat to peace: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Neil Carnduff

Death of Stephen Carroll leaves Northern Irish police 'panicky': The Times
David Sharrock

The investigation – Two arrested as Sinn Fein brands gunmen 'traitors': The Independent
David McKittrick

Police launch investigation into claims of responsibility: Irish News

Thousands will take to the streets in 'show of strength': Irish Independent
Victoria O'Hara

Bring back SAS to combat dissidents, says unionist: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott and Duncan Campbell

MI5 grappling new foe in Ulster: The Times
Andy Hayman

Continuity IRA – We shot PSNI officer: Irish News

Craigavon Murder – Killers are 'criminal psychopaths': The News Letter

Orde shows his grief in defiant appeal to catch PSNI officer's killers: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese and Claire Harrison

Northern Ireland violence: 'They won't get me' – officer's final farewell to his wife: The Scotsman
Stephen McGinty

Shadow of a gunman leads to a sombre mood in House: Irish Independent

IRA splinter groups should be shut down – Harris: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

'As far as we are concerned the dissidents are the law': Irish Examiner
Scott Millar

Shooting of Northern Irish police officer Stephen Carroll opens old wounds: The Times
David Sharrock

Simmering discontent in estate since last August: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Second shooting 'feels like deja vu': BBC
Mark Simpson

Ireland unites against the killers: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Fanatics' deadly game in the fractured remnants of the IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Splintered republican dissident groups are difficult to penetrate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

We can't go back: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

The guns fired – and we saw what our imperfect peace process had achieved: The Independent
David McKittrick

Calm, united effort needed to kill off new terror threat: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Getting tough now will only play into the hands of killers: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Special forces decision exposes lack of trust: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

Sinn Fein's about-turn a long time in coming: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Don't believe Sinn Fein's propaganda that this atrocity is simply the work of racketeering thugs – the danger is real: Daily Mail
Eamonn McCann

Northern Ireland shootings – Gerry Adams is older but still ruthless: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Your day has definitely come, Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Northern Ireland has not been at peace – despite what Labour claims: Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Editorials

Dissidents 'behind city alert': BBC

Church leader asks loyalist groups to stay calm: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Shankill Road community fears that the arms dumps will be reopened: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Lawyers try to discredit FBI spy who helped jail McKevitt: Irish News

Money laundering trial told of €144,000 bank lodgment: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Extradition moves closer for Chaos: UTV Internet

Tuesday, March 10

PSNI officer shot dead in Craigavon ambush by dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Dan Keenan

Robinson condemns 'evil deed' after policeman gunned down: Belfast Telegraph

Massereene Murders – No troops returning to streets – Orde: The News Letter

Two groups claim responsibility: Irish News
Allison Morris

Real IRA 'one of four groups still a threat': The News Letter

Police 'making progress' in hunt for gunmen who killed soldiers: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Gardaí to check Real IRA phones and movements: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

British Premier Visits Northern Ireland: New York Times
John F. Burns

Cowen – Every effort made to catch IRA killers: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly and Dan Collins

PUP leader urges loyalists not to react to killings: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Leaders to show united front on US trade mission: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

MLAs voice their determination not to see democracy derailed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hero soldier shielded pizza boy from Real IRA assassins: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Review into Northern Ireland killings highlights lax security: The Times
Michael Evans and David Sharrock

Bloodstain a chilling reminder of horror gun attack: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Irish America stunned by RIRA attack: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Omagh relatives urge republicans to root out dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Ian Paisley hails Catholic priest for fostering 'spirit of unity': The Times
Francis Elliott

Can Ulster's new politics survive the revival of old enmities?: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Republican Sinn Fein links soldier murders to 'British occupation': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Northern Secretary defends decision to draft in intelligence specialists: Irish Independent
Sam Lister

Sinn Fein leaders tell dissidents 'war is over': Irish News
Margaret Canning

Gerry Adams on Antrim killings – 'British Army is not wanted' in Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

Adams backs police – but not the Army: The Independent
David McKittrick

Adams denies any ambiguity in his criticism of attack: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Now Sinn Fein MUST break with their old friends: Daily Mail
Ed Moloney

Fear and loathing in Northern Ireland as IRA murders stir old fears: The Times
David Sharrock

Northern leaders aware of trap posed by republican dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A republican target: The Guardian
John Ware

A dissident campaign could topple the Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

The genie of violence needs strong leaders to combat it – not bitter and blood-stained old men like Gerry Adams: Daily Mail
Max Hastings

Dissidents hope that British are more stupid than them: Irish News
Brian Feeney

How they've missed the pleasure of hating: The Times
David Aaronovitch

'Intern these terrorists until they submit to the rule of the State': Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Editorials

Bored teenagers blamed as lurid graffiti makes comeback after attack at barracks: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Plea over devolution of justice: Belfast Telegraph

Testing times for Northern Ireland police when Sir Hugh Orde quits: The Times
Sean O'Neill

Devolved policing will not limit Orde: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Monday, March 9

IRA Splinter Group Says It Killed Troops: Washington Post
Mary Jordan

Real IRA claims responsibility for Antrim barracks murder: Daily Telegraph
Ben Leach

Security guards stood by as gunmen killed Northern Ireland soldiers: The Times
Michael Evans and David Sharrock

Huge manhunt for RIRA murderers: Irish Independent
Tom Brady, Shane Phelan and Senan Molony

Security forces on high alert against further dissident attacks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Keenan & Conor Lally

Irish Assault Raises Specter of Brutal Days: New York Times
John F. Burns

US visit on hold as Assembly plans to discuss shootings: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

PM visits barracks murder scene: BBC

Town unites in silent prayer for the victims: The Herald

Brown vows murderers will not be allowed to derail peace process: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Taoiseach says tiny, evil group will not undermine peace: The Irish Times
Harry McGee & Marie O'Halloran

Widespread condemnation across political spectrum: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Robinson calls for matter to be left with police: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Murderers seeking to destroy peace process -- Adams: Irish Independent
Senan Molony and Gordon Deegan

Turn in the cowardly killers, pleads PSNI chief: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

McGuinness stands by criticism of Orde's decision to deploy British special forces: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Pizza delivery at barracks used to trigger ambush: The Guardian
Henry McDonald, Owen Bowcott and Audrey Gillan

Gunmen were aware of regular pizza drops: Irish Independent
David Sharrock and Liam Clarke

'Antrim had become a safe and happy place to call home': The Independent
David Young

Civilians took on guard duty to spare soldiers: The Times
Michael Evans

Base targeted by terror gang is due for closure: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Soldiers are first killed by terrorists in 12 years: Irish Independent
David Gordon

The last soldier to be shot in the Troubles: The Herald

Last soldier to die was shot by sniper: The Guardian
Rachel Williams

Return of secret army unit was sign of growing Ulster fears: The Times
Michael Evans

Special Forces may have sparked assault: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

Analysis – who are the dissident republicans?: The Times
David Sharrock

There's a very real threat of more attacks: The Herald
Stephen Breen

It's not that the Troubles are back – they never left: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

If we are at peace, why are soldiers still dying?: The Independent
David McKittrick

Army shootings – No grief, no anger as 14 hours after attack Sinn Féin has its say: The Times
David Sharrock

Return of the IRA assassins... but why won't Gerry Adams condemn British soldiers' killers?: Daily Mail
Michael Lea, Sam Greenhill & Stephen Wright

Sinn Féin leaders tiptoe through the atrocity: The Times
Paul Bew

All sides must hold their nerve after terror attack: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Political response of parties to killings must be tough and uncompromising: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Editorials

Demob-happy Orde could be dangerous: (from the Sunday Times, Mar 8)
Liam Clarke

Annesley to attend Wright Inquiry: BBC

INLA claims to have ceased its operations in Dublin: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Sunday, March 8

Two soldiers shot dead in Ulster attack: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke, Simon Alford and Rhodri Phillips

Two killed as terror returns to N Ireland: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Murders 'will not derail peace process': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Testing time for Northern Ireland: BBC
Mark Simpson

'Critical threat' to troops in North: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Special forces never left, says ex-spymaster: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Covert army unit played role in Menezes killing: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Orde risks 'republican support': BBC

PSNI accused of brutality over CS use: Derry Journal (Mar 3)

Paramilitary style attack was work of dissidents: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Tory resignation sets back UUP link: UTV Internet

I was forced out of new alliance – Tory: The News Letter

New political forces face hurdles: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Tory pact will offer new force: The News Letter
Reg Empey

Campaigners urge parties to back 'victims candidate' in European poll: The Observer
Henry McDonald

'FBI spy tried to establish money laundering racket on gambling ship': Irish News

Twenty years on... Coagh victims to be remembered: Mid Ulster Mail

Coagh Anniversary – 'I'll never forget the day my uncle was shot': The News Letter
Ian Wilson

Murphy 'willing to meet Quinn family': Irish News (Mar 6)
Rebecca Black

Checkpoint police who shot man dead may seek inquest anonymity: Irish News

How cupboard stuffed with cash silenced a room: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Man (51) cleared of McCartney murder declared bankrupt: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Drug baron uses INLA to attack his rival gangs: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Honouring Ted Kennedy is an insult to IRA's victims: Sunday Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Sorry, but Obama is simply not that bothered about us: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Laws passed in 1949 could save car ferry: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Saturday, March 7

Orde under fire over special forces: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

McGuinness criticises Ulster police chief for recalling covert army units: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Orde claims intelligence specialists key to countering dissident republicans in North: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Elite undercover squad uses tactics learned in Iraq war to catch rogue Republicans: The Scotsman
David Young

Group deny murder bid victim is their member: Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

Gilligan favourite to chair policing board: UTV Internet

Stormont ministers seek fund assurances: The News Letter

Setback for UUP-Tory alliance: The News Letter

Peel resigns from joint committee: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Robinson offers support for Paisley: The News Letter

Call for McBride's sacking over blog: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland police arrest retired detective over officer's murder: The Times
David Sharrock

Ex-officer held over murder freed: BBC

Moment of relief for victim's father: Irish News (Mar 4)
Barry McCaffrey

Murder Verdict – 'We have to get the rest of them': The News Letter (Mar 4)

Peace lesson: Rockville Centre Herald (Mar 5)
Ariella Monti

Controversy over Kennedy knighthood: The News Letter

Why Some Brits Don't Want a Sir Ted Kennedy: Time
Catherine Mayer

We need Cross-Border Rapid response unit: Derry Journal (Mar 5)

Difficult to take seriously new civil liberty fears: Irish News (Mar 4)
Brian Feeney

Government appoints O'Loan as UN envoy: RTE

FIFA chief's remarks damaging – Kennedy: The News Letter (Mar 5)

Butler welcomes FIFA's decision: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Friday, March 6

Intelligence forces recalled to North for security duty: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Neil Carnduff

Threat from dissident republicans in Ulster 'highest for seven years': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Concern over Special Forces deployed in NI: RTE

Orde – Dissident threat is high: Belfast Telegraph

Sir Hugh denies talking up dissident threat: UTV Internet

Carrigans Post Office robbery linked to dissidents: Derry Journal

15% of MI5 workload is NI-related: BBC

Sir Des Rea steps down: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein minister 'a coward': The News Letter

Quinn family outraged as minister avoids front door: Irish News
Bimpe Fatogun

Row reignites over victims' payments: The News Letter

IRA urged to co-operate with legacy body: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Man (72) held over 1977 RUC murder: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

RUC officer summoned to Jordan inquest: UTV Internet

Tighter grip should be exerted over inquiries: The News Letter
Editorial

Bar must take another name: Irish News
Editorial

Documents expert says findings on brands on £20 notes inconclusive: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Proud Irish American was influential in peace process: Irish News
Rebecca Black

Tory backlash over Kennedy honour: BBC

Ted's knighthood sign of peaceful Irish times: Boston.com (Mar 4)
James F. Smith

Kennedy is one chum who should not be honoured: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Pierce

Her Majesty dubs thee . . .: Washington Times
Helle Dale

The Case Against Sir Teddy: Forbes.com (Mar 4)
Quentin Letts

Irish honours list – We should be able to say thank you: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Campbell concerned over Ulster Scots porn: Derry Journal

Is 'Ulster-Scots' a language?: Derry Journal (Mar 3)
Norman Hamill

Second No could force Irish exit from union – MEP: The Irish Times
Jamie Smyth

Thursday, March 5

MPs approve legislation on policing and justice powers: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

'No sense' in unfunded policing: BBC

Conservatives favour voluntary coalition in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Secretary of State hasn't totally ruled out £12,000 victims payouts: Belfast Telegraph

The issue of victims will not go away: Belfast Media
Editorial

Dissident threat level is raised: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Derry still a hotbed of sectarianism: Derry Journal

MP accused over Quinn details: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

IRA man's evidence 'inadmissable': UTV Internet

Outrage as Belfast murder pub named after icon Ronnie Drew: Belfast Telegraph

Brehons press British on Finucane probe: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Mums weep as killer of Andrew Robb and David McIlwaine yawns in court: Belfast Telegraph

HET probes Haddock link to teen murders: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Murder Verdict – McIlwaines vow to fight for justice: The News Letter

Still questions despite verdict: Irish News
Editorial

McIlveens help bring out the best in Ballymena: (from the Ulster News Letter, Mar 3)
Liam Clarke

'This is not community relations': Mid Ulster Mail
Gillian McDade

Bill for Northern Ireland inquiries will pass £300m: The Times
David Sharrock

Sen. Kennedy to Receive Honorary Knighthood: Washington Post
Debbi Wilgoren and Kevin Sullivan

Kennedy to be knighted by queen: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

The obscenity of giving Ted Kennedy a knighthood: Daily Mail
Andrew Roberts

Fitting honour for a peacemaker Edward Kennedy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The Big Sir: The Times
Editorial

Play for your country of birth – NI heroes: The News Letter

Soccer body complaining about anomalies is futile: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Two-way street needed in new Fifa ruling: Irish News
Kenny Archer

Wednesday, March 4

MPs to debate transfer of powers: BBC

Bradley, Eames paid £680 daily: Derry Journal

Eames-Bradley archive refusal dismays academics: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Tories would 'cut' NI spending: UTV Internet

Is Sir Reg ready for his first date with the Tories?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Assembly backs calls for client confidentiality: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

MP laughs off graffiti attack: UTV Internet

'Touts betray the Irish nation': Derry Journal

Police probe 'sectarian' attack: The News Letter

Attack victim's 'life sentence': BBC
Enda McClafferty

Number of sectarian and racist hate crimes in the north falls: Irish News
William Graham

Loyalist-bar owner loses licence appeal: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man guilty of Tandragee murders: UTV Internet

Remark 'led' to double killing: BBC

Staff identify Northern Bank notes: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Donaldson – Saville's bills are a waste of public funds: Belfast Telegraph

Man questioned over 1972 murders: BBC

Border checks could be discriminatory: Belfast Telegraph

Ted Kennedy to be knighted: The Times
Philip Webster

Former Black Panther recalls 'inspirational' republican influence: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Why Jim's not the only actor round these parts: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Nobel laureate refused offer of help from IRA: The Irish Times
Kevin Cullen

Scotland's independence day: Boston Globe (Mar 3)
H.D.S. Greenway

Tuesday, March 3

NI leaders to meet President Obama: UTV Internet

Ulster must be kept on the agenda: The News Letter
Editorial

Shinners can't hack the critics. Party paranoid about press: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Odd name for an odd merger: Irish News
Editorial

Bilingual council insignia viewed as threat: Irish News
Roy Garland

Dissidents linked to arms find: Derry Journal

Parades help fight trauma – Army chief: The News Letter

£20 had bank stamp, trial told: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Storey condemns sectarian slogan writers: Ballymena Times
Elinor Glynn

Team may be close to finding Charlie Armstrong's remains: Irish News
Allison Morris

Three anthems call the tune in the patriot game at Croke Park: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Shopping in north damaging economy – Coughlan: Irish News

Ex-governor lifts lid on the Maze: The News Letter

Ireland's boom ends – with a vengeance: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Monday, March 2

Tories want voluntary coalition system in the North if elected: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI leaders set for US jobs trip: BBC

'We're here as mammies to protect our children... the cops do nothing': Sunday Tribune (Mar 1)
Suzanne Breen

Alliance select Europe candidate: BBC (Feb 28)

Be generous to our nearest neighbours: The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

Northern Ireland footballers can play for Republic, says FIFA chief: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Rangers help GAA search for sporting converts in Glasgow: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Devlin family told of a 'deal' over stab death: Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

Nobel Peace laureate blasted for talk 'demonising' Israel: Jewish Chronicle (Feb 26)
James Martin

Sunday, March 1

Tories' reform plan for Stormont: BBC

Stormont chuggers, stop rattling the tin: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Why we must tackle bigotry that murdered poor Mickey-Bo: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

McIlveen trial may deter others: Irish News
Editorial

Witness knew Catholics just 'by looking at them': Irish News
Bimpe Fatogun

Majority in Ireland would now vote Yes for Lisbon Treaty – poll: Belfast Telegraph

Huge haul of lethal cigarettes impounded: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Blackmailers spared long jail term to save jobs for Ulster community: Guardian.co.uk (Feb 24)
Henry McDonald

Belfast novelist wins peace award: The Irish Times (Feb 27)
Kilian Doyle

Irish politicians inaugurate Molloy College program: New York Newsday
Timothy Robertson

Back from Belfast, students reflect: Albany Times Union
Paul Grondahl

Fears for northern projects as coffers take a hammering: Irish News (Feb 25)
Valerie Robinson

Yob who beat up Neil Lennon threatens Celtic coach from prison: Glasgow Sunday Mail
David Taylor



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