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Saturday, May 15

'IRA men' can't leave Colombia: Daily Telegraph
Jeremy McDermott

Government urged to intervene in Colombia Three case: Irish Examiner
Deric Henderson

'Colombia Three' criticism rebuffed: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

SDLP Briefs Dublin Parties Over Reinstating Devolution: The News Letter

Thoughts on the November Elections: The Blanket
Chrissie McGlinchey

'NI truth process must be independent': UTV Internet

Citizenship referendum 'in breach of Agreement': Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Drive to recruit lay magistrates: BBC

Ahern Told - Don't Break McCabe Vow: The News Letter

McCabe issue will simply not go away, you know: Irish Independent

Who leaked the 'deal' on Jerry McCabe's killers . . . a detective story for our times: Irish Independent (May 13)
Sam Smyth

Coke's new chief slams links with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Prison Officer Cradled Head Of Dying Wright: The News Letter

More than one in four dependant on benefits: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Northern charity aids Dublin bomb victim: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Dublin bombs - Two further explosives failed to go off: Irish Independent (May 14)
Caroline Crawford

Europe 'Much Too Important' To Stay Away: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Voting for Europe as crucial as ever: Belfast Telegraph

Hackers sabotage politics site: (from the Irish News, May 13)
Darran McCann

Looking to the funny side of life: Belfast Telegraph (May 12)
Steven King

Bush has no excuse in abuse scandal: Chicago Sun Times (May 14)
Andrew Greeley

Unlearned lessons from a forgotten war: Chicago Tribune (May 14)
Tom Mockaitis

Stoppage that brought the north to its knees: (from the Irish News, May 10)
William Scholes

Public 'must have say' on marching: The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Friday, May 14

Court refuses to let Colombia Three go home: Irish Examiner
Dan Collins

What they said all down the years . . .: Irish Independent (May 12)
Senan Molony

It'll be painful, but early releases will happen if peace talks succeed: Irish Examiner
Pat Brosnan

There's no excuse for DUP stance on talks: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Violence Tied To Ballot Box: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Sinn Fein tells Orde to stay out of politics: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Paramilitary 'law' is no law: (from the Irish News)

Focus moves to politics of policing: Belfast Telegraph

No Support For Closure Of Stations: The News Letter (May 11)

Tell truth about my father's murder probe, police urged: (from the Irish News, May 12)
Sharon O'Neill

PDs 'bold as brass' over transfer query: Irish Independent (May 13)
Alison O'Connor

Parades activist takes up SF post: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

NI parties 'in tribal contest for Europe': UTV Internet

Attacks on emigrants increasing: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

SDLP slams Republicans after alert: Belfast Telegraph (May 11)
Ben Lowry

Inquest told bombing suspect was member of the UDR: Irish Independent (May 13)
Caroline Crawford

The mourning after: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Outrage at Derry benefits outburst: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Mideastern regards from Northern Ireland: Jerusalem Post
Herb Keinon

Mob attack sectarian, say police: Belfast Telegraph (May 11)
Nevin Farrell

Fall of Sunningdale recounted: BBC (May 12)

America has a humbling lesson to learn: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Ex-IRA Man Cahill Wins £30,000 In H&W Case: The News Letter (May 12)

Constant abuse will not force me out, says Lennon: The Herald
Darryl Broadfoot

Thursday, May 13

McDowell to respond to GRA on McCabe releases: The Irish Times
Conor Lally and Mark Hennessy

'No release for McCabe killers until IRA ends activity,' says Harney: UTV Internet

Garda's family betrayed by pact - Kenny: Irish Independent
Geraldine Collins

Bruton questions constitutionality of talks: RTE

Prisoners' release imperative - SF: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

SDLP leader attacks 'culture of secrecy and side deals': Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Agreement failings are laid bare: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

McCabe killers - Honesty is the best policy: Irish Examiner

Cloak of secrecy must be lifted: Belfast Telegraph

Under A New Deal It's All Change: Derry Journal (May 11)
Gregory Campbell

Canadian petition for Finucane inquiry: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Sinn Fein steps up demands: UTV Internet

Colombia trio still awaiting release: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

The dazzle and dullness of the European election: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

IRA punishment beatings 'stopped during election time': Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Paramilitaries in illicit waste trade: Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Wipe Away The Stains Of Terror To Improve Life: The News Letter

Police Body 'Will Consult On SF': The News Letter

Republicans 'Treated Like Celebrities': The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Government defends decision to separate NI prisoners: UTV Internet

Tensions in jail over McKevitt: (from the Irish News, May 10)
William Scholes

Plea over integrated school places: UTV Internet

Ulster & its Churches - The Catholic viewpoint: Belfast Telegraph

Steady decline in faithful at Northern churches: Irish Independent
David Quinn

FG backs Coalition over citizenship poll: Irish Independent

Court grants appeal to McIntyre family: Irish Echo
Jim Smith

Wednesday, May 12

Stalled peace process 'damages politics': UTV Internet

Demilitarisation plan urged by SDLP group: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

De Brun hits out at IMC: (from the Irish News, May 10)
Darran McCann

Protestants 'must demand end to illegal activities': Irish Independent
David Quinn

SDLP seeks to revive message to Americans: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Historic Day As Groups Merge: The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

DUP conference sends mixed messages: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Row as Adams claims deal was done to free McCabe killers: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna & Eugene Hogan

McCabe family 'trust pledges': BBC

Gardaí demand answers on McCabe killers: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Callous murder that casts a long shadow: Irish Independent

Supping with the devil: Irish Independent

Euro election campaign suddenly gets very dirty: Irish Independent

Unionists Must Stop SF: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

IRA can return Gareth to us at any time — father: (from the Irish News, May 10)
William Scholes

Finucane widow in 'blocking' claim: UTV Internet

Cory tells Congress of prodding British: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Commission is inappropriate, says Primate: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Freed IRA man now docks crime mastermind: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Paramilitary crime 'relates to future rather than past': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Going to war on the crime lords: Belfast Telegraph

Flashpoint 'Policing' Is Acceptable: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Council solidarity with colleague: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Witnesses 'saw cars that were later used in bombings': Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Big fall-off in Church of Ireland flock at weekly services: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Ulster & its Churches - How attitudes have been changing: Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, May 11

Arms body seeks broader sanctions: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Idea shows 'everything up for grabs': BBC
Mark Devenport

We should all reflect on the value of trust: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

IRA must take up Dr Brady's advice: Belfast Telegraph

Building Trust Is The Name Of The Game: The News Letter

Fake passport, dud driving licences... Does anything go?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

McCabe killers could go free, says Ahern: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Let them do the time: Irish Independent

McCabe killers - Early release of men may secure peace: Irish Examiner

Paramilitary crime link highlighted: BBC

Moves To End Sandy Row Tension: The News Letter (May 7)

Residents speak out on the block: Belfast Telegraph
Glenda Davies

Allister - 'Unionists abandon UUP': UTV Internet

Donaldson makes his speaking debut at DUP annual conference: Belfast Telegraph

Party Time And No Surrender: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Points for pragmatism: (from the Irish News)

Sectarianism and the DUP: The Blanket
Sean Fleming

Flags tension linked to pipe bombs: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Murder Plot Foiled By Mystery Informer: The News Letter (May 7)

Omagh film stirs up pain of atrocity: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Peace programme in uphill struggle: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Taylor

Border alarm in Louth: Irish Examiner

Colonel Gadaffi Agrees To Meet Victims' Group: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Bomber argued with witness an hour before blast: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Monday, May 10

Triumphant Paisley vows to defeat Ulster roadmap: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Road map leads to last chance saloon: (from the Irish News, May 8)
James Kelly

Archbishop challenged to go further as he calls on IRA to quit: The Scotsman
Alan Erwin

Police - Drop In Complaints: The News Letter (Apr 29)
Gemma Murray

A powerful signal to all: (from the Irish News, May 8)

Tohill abduction 'was domestic': BBC (Ma7 7)

Government 'slithering away' from McCabe commitment: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Killers will serve full term - McDowell: UTV Internet

UDA/UVF threaten not to 'police' parade: Sunday Life

Families see TV film of Omagh bomb: Daily Telegraph
Ted Oliver

Ulster council divided over Irish intervention: Sunday Life

Who Runs The North?: Derry Journal (May 7)

Why our memories of Maggie the Iron Lady are not for turning: Irish Independent (May 8)
Kim Bielenberg

Race hate does not discriminate in North: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 2)
Susan McKay

Actors will pay tribute to the victims of the 1974 bombings: Irish Independent (May 8)
Lynne Kelleher

Thinking about the second generation: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Ulster-Scot Request For Cash Is Queried: The News Letter (May 7)
Ian Starrett

Iraqi photos stir memories of torture in Ireland: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Photos reopen debate on conduct of soldiers: (from the Irish News, May 5)
Sharon O'Neill

A Proud Tradition: (from
Danny Morrison

Schoolkids' Role In Bogside 'Peace' Mural: Derry Journal (Apr 20)

Sunday, May 9

Paisley's veto kills hopes of restored devolution: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Paisley promises change at Stormont: Sunday Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Appeal against Colombia acquittal: BBC

Dollars and sense: Irish Echo

Gazette hits out at SF links: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

A Catholic slant on the North? We should be beyond that now: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

We're on the one road: The Blanket (Apr 20)
Tommy McKearney

Ahern denies IRA release deal: RTE

Garda outrage at alleged deal to free McCabe killers: Irish Independent (May 8)
Martha Kearns

Shot garda 'would not mind' release of McCabe killers: Sunday Independent
Jimmy Guerin & Jim Cusack

Don't barter with criminals: The Sunday Times

An SF past paves a Sterling road ahead: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Williams

McGuinness evidence not contradicted: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn MacDermott

Ex-IRA man is set to be new MLA: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

Diplomat blames Irish media for hatred of America: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Taking Liberty: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay

Heroes' return: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Tables turn on equality legislation: (from the Irish News, May 7)
James Stinson

Protestant Brain Drain: The News Letter (May 7)
Kate Cooney

PDs say they won't canvass for citizenship referendum: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

McCreevy backs EU 'peace fund' despite links to SF: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Court hit plot foiled: Sunday Life (Apr 25)
Ciaran McGuigan

New Church of Ireland school 'open to all faiths': Irish Independent (May 7)
Grainne Cunningham

'Intimidated couple' win ruling: BBC (May 5)

Hume honoured with Freedom of Cork: RTE

Saturday, May 8

Ahern-Blair initiative runs into difficulties: (from the Irish Times, May 7)
Frank Millar

DUP calls for Stormont shake-up: BBC

DUP and SDLP plans have merit: Belfast Telegraph

DUP in buoyant mood at conference: UTV Internet

Colombian AG files appeal against acquittal: RTE

SF slams restriction on party fund-raising: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Funding Rules Won't Stifle Sinn Fein - McLaughlin: Derry Journal

Ending Of An Anomaly Aids Party Equality: The News Letter

Ahern urged to come clean on McCabe killers 'deal': Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

McGuinness stays silent on whether 'accord' discussed: Irish Independent
Lorna Reid

Family angered by freedom bid deal: Irish Independent
Eugene Hogan

'Plan' to set Garda killers free: BBC
Brian Rowan

No early release deals: Irish Independent

Paisley outburst 'highly offensive': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Primate Remains At Centre Of Political Firestorm: The News Letter

Straight talk worth hearing: (from the Irish News)

Family agree new killing probe: BBC

Brits Stonewall Probe into N. Ireland's Death Squads: Media Monitors Network (May 5)
William Hughes

Loyalists threaten mass disruption over 'inhuman' prison searches: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Security Base Closure A Sop, Claim MLAs: The News Letter

Bullets sent to councillors: BBC

Drumahoe Residents 'Agreed' To Union Flags: Derry Journal

Message of hope for Protestants: Belfast Telegraph (May 5)
Steven King

Harrowing after-blast film shown at bombing death probe: Irish Independent (May 7)
Caroline Crawford

The Guinea Pigs: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Has Fallujah become Iraq's Falls curfew?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Local stories, global pain: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

In 'Breaking the Cycle,' conflict and hope are a reality for kids: Boston Globe
Don Aucoin

Friday, May 7

Loyalists reject commission talks: BBC

Familiar litany will not fade away: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 2)
Susan McKay

Don't Try To Spin The Clock Back, Mr Blair: The News Letter

Tenants Accused Of Sectarian Abuse: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

Councillor in talks over flats tension: (from the Irish News)
Suzanne McGonagle

Loyalist protest flats to get extra security: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Where the developer dares to go: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Cory says inquiries not always the answer: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Judge finds collusion in Northern Ireland killings: Trenton Times

'A penance for my sins': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Orde supports archbishop's police speech as DUP fumes: Irish Independent
Louise McCall & Ian Graham

Primate Has Gone Too Far: The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

Dr. Brady's views should be heeded: Belfast Telegraph

Future Of Reserves Is On A Knife Edge: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Stone may be forced to repay government £30,000: UTV Internet

Terror link to illegal dumps: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

McKevitt rejects leave for mum's funeral: Irish Independent (May 6)
Kathy Donaghy & Tom Brady

Shop bombing that segregated jobs training in West Belfast: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Paisley — je ne regrette rien: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Wreath-Laying Will Hurt The Credibility Of Morgan - DUP: The News Letter

In the true spirit of co-operation: Irish Post/
Amanda Diamond

Irish in London at the crossroads: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Bus driver saw bomber park explosive-filled car before blast: Irish Independent (May 6)
Caroline Crawford

Thursday, May 6

UUP turns down temporary devolution: UTV Internet

Durkan takes stand after 'devolution' plan attacked: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Blair 'all parties' needed for peace: UTV Internet

Adams wary of DUP sharing strategy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Coming Clean - DUP Makes A Reply: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

No debate but plenty of drama at the DUP conference: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Naming of fire victim topic of IMC meeting: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

UDA, UVF threaten withdrawal from intercommunity talks: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Catholics urged to challenge actions of North's gunmen: Irish Independent

Residents discuss loyalist protest: BBC

Shame of 'justifying the rabble': (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Call for UK-sponsored murders probe: (May 5)

Primate raises collusion concerns: BBC

Will Britain target S.F.'s fundraising?: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Funding loophole 'to close': BBC

Rea defends police reforms: UTV Internet

New members for rights body: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Attempts To Change Flag Flying Policy Fails: The News Letter

Republic still in a flutter over the Union Flag: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Northern Ireland council map to be redrawn: The Guardian
Hélène Mulholland

Cutting back on layers of red tape: Belfast Telegraph

Council Plan To Emphasise Bann Divide: The News Letter

Paisley says goodbye to Europe: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Poyntzpass Case To Go To Law Lords: The News Letter (Apr 29)

Wednesday, May 5

DUP assembly plan 'similar to City Council': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP unveils new plan as ministers meet to review agreement: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Bishop questions spurning of terrorists: Belfast Telegraph

Grassroots incensed at cash fines: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Third stroke of genius is required: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

IMC Land: (from, May 2)
Danny Morrison

SF 'not ready' for Policing Board: BBC

Nothing Personal In Row With Sir Ronnie: The News Letter (Apr 30)

Colombia trio backers say thanks: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Some treaties don't stir good memories: (from the Irish News)
Ray O'Hanlon

O'Cealleagh free on $15,000 bond: Long Beach Press Telegram
Greg Mellen

Cory to testify at Congress hearing: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

NIreland's Hume in peace call as leaves EU stage: (May 4)

Orangemen urged to start talks with parades body: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Loyalist flute band set to challenge song ban: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalists in legal threat over jail conditions: UTV Internet

Bullets sent to SDLP office: BBC

'Republicans' Trash Cars In Wrecking Spree: The News Letter

Haughey Denies He 'Bought' Peerage: The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

Witness never called to identify 1974 bomb blasts suspect: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Bin Laden Bound for the White House?: Intellectual Conservative (Apr 19)
David Vance

Tuesday, May 4

Sinn Fein says talks are being stepped up: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

October date for assembly 'critical' says SDLP: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

IMC Report Would Make Community Work Impossible: Derry Journal (Apr 30)

Use IMC To Press Terrorists - Trimble: The News Letter (Apr 30)

How one man's death in Bangor last year is casting a shadow over the IMC report: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Dublin Must Stand Up And Defend Agreement: Derry Journal (Apr 23)
Gerry Adams

'Nationalists Must Look At Own Prejudice': The News Letter (Apr 30)

Police reluctantly agree to meet Sinn Fein: The Scotsman
Alan Erwin

We Don't Need Any More Police: The News Letter (Apr 30)
Gemma Murray

Politics Should Not Colour View Of Police: The News Letter (Apr 30)

Ombudsman clears PSNI of blame for Stobie's murder: The Sunday Times (May 2)
Liam Clarke

Cop vindicated for UDA feud shot: Sunday Life (May 2)
Stephen Gordon

A South American Verdict: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Tohill charge linked to his refusal to make statement to police: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

SDLP Man Blames Attack On Republicans: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Why Equality Commission gets it wrong: Belfast Telegraph
Dermot Nesbitt

Diversity has colours to be shared by all: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

UUP peer criticised party's Orange link: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Libya Urged To Set Up Fund For IRA Victims: The News Letter

White lies!: Sunday Life (May 2)

Forgiveness Is The Bridge Between Past And Future: The News Letter (Apr 27)
Rhonda Weir

Police search for loyalist killer's gun: Impartial Reporter

End of a chapter as Hume bids final adieu to the EU: (from the Irish News)
Roddy McGregor

Monday, May 3

Blair and Ahern announce road map to restart Stormont: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

UK and Irish leaders voice optimism over future of peace talks: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Ahern, Blair set October date for return of power sharing: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Same old song on Northern Ireland: BBC
Mark Simpson

Peace process – Sinn Féin must sever links to past: Irish Examiner

An oasis of tedium in an exciting world: (from the Irish News, May 1)
James Kelly

The Troubles are far from over: The Herald
Michael Tierney

Cosmopolitan v sectarian in Sandy Row: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Clear-cut case anything but in Colombia trial of Irish trio: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Poll slams Colombia Three bail: Sunday Independent (May 2)
Don Lavery

Like someone walked over my grave: Sunday Life (May 2)
Stephen Breen

UDA crime boss to quit Ulster: Sunday Life (May 2)
Stephen Breen

City councillors get 'media makeover': (from the Irish News, Apr 15)
Newton Emerson

Dissident recruitment drive: Sunday Life (May 2)

Mayor rejects 'republican jamboree' criticism: (from the Irish News, Apr 17)
Darran McCann

Witness saw men celebrate bombs as 'great job': Irish Independent (May 1)
Bill Corcoran

'Irish' babies face time test: The Times
David Lister

Home of SDLP councillor damaged: RTE

Sunday, May 2

Dublin, London plan fresh initiative on North: (from the Irish Times)
Frank Millar

Blair and Ahern to hold NI talks: BBC

We are still waiting for IRA's head on a plate: Sunday Independent
John A Murphy

With the 'war' decisively over, Adams has little to bargain with: (from the Irish Times)
Ed Moloney

Sinn Fein to lose overseas funding: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Happiness is ... an Ulster before the ceasefires and peace: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Every Picture Tells A Story: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Cross-border scheme earns loyalist praise: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 29)
Larry Deeney

A Campaigner for the Community: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Reports detail Britain's collusion with loyalist murder squads: World Socialist Web Site (Apr 26)
Steve James

Police issue firebomb warning: BBC

Ford urges Blair over PR issue: UTV Internet (Apr 29)

Murdered man's dad in new clash with Orange Order chiefs: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 29)
David Gordon

Cops missed LVF arms: Sunday Life (Apr 18)

Lessons from the DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Liz Fawcett

Fools and knaves: The Observer
Henry McDonald

New EU Members Look to Emulate Irish: Washington Post
Keith B. Richburg

Witnesses 'not given chance to identify bomb blast suspects': Irish Independent (Apr 30)
Paul Melia

Dream on - Would this Ireland team have won the World Cup?: Belfast Telegraph
Philip Quinn

Sectarian prejudice 'still taints Scottish society': The Herald
William Tinning

Do we do enough for St George?: Daily Telegraph (Apr 22)

Saturday, May 1

Ahern, Blair seek ways to break North peace logjam: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

SDLP say British on go slow: UTV Internet

Blessed are the peacemakers who wield the threat of terror: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Peace process – DUP must keep talking: Irish Examiner

Demonizing Will Backfire: The Blanket
Sean Mc Manus

Unionists shift the goalposts yet again: Irish Democrat (Apr 2)
Bobbie Heatley

Appeal seeks barman's quick release: Long Beach Press Telegram (Apr 29)
Greg Mellen

Loyalist threat to peaceline talks: BBC

Unionist opinion divided: (from the Irish News)

Street protests are not an answer: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast needs a speakers' corner: (from the News Letter, Apr 29)
Suzanne Breen

Police hold 4 after finding letter bombs: Daily Telegraph (Apr 30)
Thomas Harding

Cross-border crime proceeds 'enormous': Irish Independent (Apr 21)
Alison O'Connor

When will violent groups learn?: (from the Irish News)

Chief constable: man 'on the run': Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Gould

O'Loan worry at mistrust by PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Voter apathy a pressing concern: BBC
Mark Devenport

Mapping out new political landscape: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 29)

McDowell rejects criticism of poll by human rights body: The Irish Times (Apr 28)
Arthur Beesley

New row over dead LVF boss: Sunday Life (Apr 25)
Chris Anderson

Gardai describe day of unforgettable horror: Irish Independent (Apr 30)
Paul Melia

Why the bigger Europe will be good for Ulster: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 27)
Ian Pearson

DUP - SF bigoted to support euro introduction: Irish Examiner (Apr 29)

Raze it to the ground: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 27)
Paddy Joe McClean

Belfast teens learn to talk about religion: Chicago Tribune (Apr 25)

Rock opera born in Derry (NH) will play NYC in October: Manchester (NH) Union Leader (Apr 30)
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