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Friday, May 15

100lb roadside bomb found near Irish border: Belfast Telegraph

Extra security for police station: BBC

Over 1,000 join Long March: The News Letter

Duffy protest sparks confrontation furore: Newry Democrat

Councillors unite to condemn dissident attacks: Ulster Star

Pressing charges: Belfast Telegraph
Don Anderson

Children 'seek Troubles answers': BBC

Sir Reg pleads with dissenting Lady Hermon to 'wait and see': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hermon 'shouldn't be disciplined': BBC

Body blow for the UUP-Tory project: Belfast Telegraph

The DUP and the Italian game – defence . . .: Derry Journal (May 12)
Norman Hamill

Back to the hustings: Ulster Herald

SF at US conference: Newry Democrat

Policing board to hold meeting in Irish: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster-Scots group hits out at Blaney: Ballymoney Times

'Dark forces at work in Ballymoney': Ballymoney Times

Robinsons in £30,000 food claims: BBC

Murphy defends expenses claims: Newry Democrat

Queen's portrait facing removal by equality body: Portadown Times

Well, when it comes to the INLA people in Portlaoise, what we need is a little less Butlins and a lot more Guantanamo: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Videos from Hamill murder night weren't kept: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

20-year murder mystery – man held: Belfast Telegraph

'Sunday' bill £11.5m: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Fein hit back at John Dallat: Derry Journal (May 12)

Northern Bank heist launderer to appeal conviction: Belfast Telegraph

Chuck Feeney, Ireland's Secret Hero: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Bloomy and bucks at AIF dinner: Irish Echo

Common ground across the pond: Montreal Gazette
Catherine Solyom

Thursday, May 14

Sole Ulster Unionist MP declines election pact: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Hermon – why she rejected Tory deal: Belfast Telegraph

Empey 'dismayed' by Hermon stance: BBC

Tory partnership is good news for union – MEP: Carrick Times

Lady Sylvia repaid £2,730 to fees office: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Simpson slams UUP for losing its focus: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

All-island SF vote pledge: The News Letter

Tell Europe barriers going down – Alliance: Irish News
William Graham

We could save millions in a shared society: Belfast Media
Anna Lo

EU dream not lighting many fires in the North: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Voting for tribes or beauties: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Dissidents 'shot man in legs': Irish News
Allison Morris

32 CSM deny attack on SF MLA's Bogside home: Derry Journal

There's never been a time when it was safe to be in Sinn Fein.: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

The actions of real republicans?: Derry Journal (May 12)

'I am pro-peace' says INLA-accused: Irish News

Two policemen failed to give evidence in Omagh inquiry: UTV Internet

Quashed conviction is 'true freedom': Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Crime must not pay for Shoukri: Irish News

Rising Sun killer for trial on assault: Derry Journal

McCord seeks U.S. justice for son: Irish Voice/
April Drew

Visa woes delay UMass mural: Springfield Republican (May 12)
Diane Lederman

Equality is not negotiable – hOisín: Derry Journal (May 12)

Maze listed buildings costing £500,000: Irish News (May 12)
Claire Simpson

Anger over IRA flag waving at Old Firm game: The News Letter

What Ronan O'Gara did to the Queen was loutish and a breach of international protocol: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Wednesday, May 13

Irish journalist says she will not disclose Real IRA sources:
Henry McDonald

Breen says PSNI action on sources 'could close down journalism': The Irish Times

Society needs a free press as much as decent policing: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

McGuinness challenge to top dissident: Derry Journal

Duffy campaign comes to Derry: Derry Journal

I believe I can win – Allister: The News Letter

Greens' Euro hopeful slams sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Order hails victory over Union Flag: The News Letter

Gangster Shoukri worth £1 after frittering away a fortune: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist 'boasted of shooting friends': UTV Internet

DUP in 'double-jobbing' move: The News Letter (May 11)

Commission cull urged by DUP: Irish News
William Graham

Rotten barrel politics in need of full transparency: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Bank-cash probe pair charged with IRA membership: Irish Independent
Diarmuid Mac Dermott

INLA accused 'works for charity', court hears: Ireland_On-Line (May 12)

Men released over Shiels murder: UTV Internet

Official tells Wright probe of governor's order to burn files: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Ex-RUC officer denies calling Hamill suspect: Irish News

Fewer privileges for Catholics in NI prisons: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Opinion divided over CoI article change: Irish News
Rebecca Black

Cardinal Brady praises 'immense progress' in relations of churches: The Irish Times (May 12)
Patsy McGarry

70% in North back Bill of Rights, poll finds: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

GAA pitch named after Kielty's murdered dad: Irish News (May 11)
Rebecca Black

Our heroes in Defence take a back seat to the caste of leprechauns who define Ireland's morality: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Scotland wakes from dreams of independence: Financial Times
Chris Giles

Tuesday, May 12

Robinson refuses to commit to timetable on policing transfer: Derry Journal

DUP 'won't forget victims of Troubles': The News Letter

Breakaway unionist says he can retain seat despite election while in DUP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein spies its chance of by-election seat: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Balancing act at SF Euro launch: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ulster Unionists' message of 'change' is not credible: Irish News
Roy Garland

We must sell the merits and benefits of the Union: The News Letter
Alex Kane

It's time to leave behind 1916 and the 'forever' war: The Irish Times
Séamus Murphy

Bogside petrol bomb attack on Mitchell McLaughlin's home: The Irish Times
George Jackson & Trevor McBride

Dissidents 'must condemn' attack: BBC

Judge to rule on Real IRA case: BBC

Expenses row – Sinn Féin MP used London home only once in 12 months:
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein counts cost of expenses: Irish Independent

Expenses transparency a must: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-officer is labelled 'a disgrace' over tip-off allegations: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

US Congress could hear collusion claims: UTV Internet

Police encouraged top loyalist to talk, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-Met chief tells of Wright threat material: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Pair face Northern robbery charge: BBC

Two men face charges of IRA membership: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Five arrests over Londonderry murder: The News Letter

Jailed Catholics 'less well off': BBC

$3m broker fee Irish fund's largest outlay: Irish News
John Manley

Bill Thompson Has His Own Pension Pals: Village Voice (May 5)
Tom Robbins

Breaches in Irish language use identified: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Ruaille buaille in the name of the fada: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Monday, May 11

Policing powers push to come after election: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Real IRA target in legal threat against PSNI: Sunday Tribune (May 10)
Suzanne Breen

Petrol bombs thrown at home of Sinn Fein MLA: Belfast Telegraph

Deadlock as Real IRA protest hits 25th day: Sunday Tribune (May 10)
Ali Bracken

Sinn Féin 'not on a gravy train': Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

MPs' Expenses – Sinn Fein and three empty flats: Daily Mail

Sinn Fein in new row over payments: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Hill Supporters Help Keep Sinn Fein Flush: Roll Call
Matthew Murray

Public and press rally to support Breen: Sunday Tribune (May 10)
Mick McCaffrey

Robinson gives UDA their final warning: Belfast Telegraph

Justice must be seen to be done: Irish News (May 7)

Cardinal extends hand to Anglicans: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Protestant schools 'put back 40 years': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Down GAA pitch honour for Kielty's UFF-victim father: Irish News (May 7)
Rebecca Black

Call for museum 'to honour RUC': BBC

No shorts outside cells for prison's inmates: Irish News (May 4)
Allison Morris

Christy Burke to run for Sinn Fein: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Sinister blasphemy law would play into the hands of religious nut cases: Irish Examiner
Steven King

Unionists 'censored' in debate on constitution: Scotland on Sunday (May 10)
Tom Peterkin

Sunday, May 10

Special Branch link to Loyalist death squads: Sunday Herald
Chris Anderson

No 'Big Brother' tactics with Duffy: Belfast Telegraph

Recession and dissidents blamed for crime rise: The News Letter

Authorities must treat report as a warning: The News Letter

Court told of danger to life of journalist: Irish News

Exposing sources won't help anyone: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Journalist defiant as PSNI wins the right to give its evidence in case privately: Belfast Telegraph

MPs' expenses – Sinn Fein claimed £500,000 for second homes: Sunday Telegraph
Andrew Alderson, David Barrett and Alastair Jamieson

Sinn Fein MPs claim £310,000 expenses for rent on flats in properties all owned by one Irish landlord: Mail on Sunday
Ian Gallagher, Christopher Leake, Jason Lewis, Brendan Carlin and Daniel Boffey

Call for SF to explain absence: The News Letter

Why couldn't Martin meet the Queen?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Sinn Fein's credibility hinges on performance of Mary Lou: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Ulster Unionists for change and getting things done: Belfast Media (May 8)
Fred Cobain

Devolution is right for Ulster: The News Letter

Battle for right to vote should not be wasted: Irish News
James Kelly

Former IRA man loses bid to stay in U.S.: Irish Voice/
Antoinette Kelly

'Mob rule madness' in Ballymoney: Ballymoney Times

Northerners drown their new troubles: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Belfast hails ex-cabbie Rogan as he battles for peace: The Irish Times (May 9)
Jonathan Drennan

Member of Colombia Three joins Corrib pipeline protest: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Saturday, May 9

Robinson 'wrong on united Ireland': The News Letter

Unionism is not best served by direct rule: Belfast Media (May 4)
Jimmy Spratt

PSNI seeks private hearing on 'Tribune' journalist's material: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Breen vows to withhold Real IRA sources: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Man given five years for storing gun and explosives for dissidents: Irish News

Dissidents are mere gangsters: Irish News

DUP and Sinn Fein united in condemnation of AOH attack: Ballymoney Times

'Sectarian' investigation halted: BBC

Former leader dissociates himself from INLA: The Irish Times

'Unheard Voices' – six stories from the Troubles: Ballymoney Times

English Queen should not set foot in Republic of Ireland: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

IRFU defends ROG's pocket pose during team lineout with Queen: Irish Examiner
Jennifer Hough

Still helping us to understand each other – three decades on: Irish News
Claire Simpson

American Ireland fund raises over $2.5m in gala success: Irish Voice/
April Drew

DUP office rent expenses would be banned under Commons rules: Belfast Telegraph (May 7)
David Gordon

Peter Robinson – expenses row: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Protestant education worries CoI synod: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

A blasphemy clause that does not fit the Bill: The Irish Times (May 6)
Newton Emerson

Mitchell Principles 'may help Middle East peace': The News Letter

What exactly has Scotland got to celebrate?: Daily Telegraph (May 7)
Alan Cochrane

Friday, May 8

Dissident groups a threat – report: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dissident republicans will not derail Ulster devolution, vows Woodward:
Henry McDonald

IMC – loyalist leaders want to give up guns: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Is this the moment the Executive came of age?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Praise is due towards Assembly: Belfast Telegraph

Queen celebrates peace with Irish President: UTV Internet

New chairman for North policing board: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'Dupe' jailed for storing weapons: BBC

Report highlights dissident danger: BBC
Mark Simpson

Orde to intervene in McIlveen case: UTV Internet

'Ousting SF is my objective': Irish News
William Graham

UUP/Tory link-up gives voters new choice: Nicholson: Belfast Telegraph

De Brun bookies favourite to top the poll in elections: Irish News

Partition is the gorilla in the republican living room: (from the Irish Herald)
Jude Collins

The writing is on the wall for would-be MEPs: Belfast Telegraph (May 5)
Gail Walker

Legacy of hunger strike shaped modern Sinn Féin: Irish News
Jim Gibney

PSNI take journalist court action: BBC

Journalists' sources must remain a secret: Belfast Telegraph (May 5)

Conversations of loyalist 'taped in Nelson probe': Irish News

McIlveen sentences not tough enough – Orde: Belfast Telegraph

Sentencing ought to be more formula than art: Irish News
Newton Emerson

'Remarkable' Swinford native recognised for her exceptional work: Mayo Advertiser
Geraldine Carr

Queen looks up to giants of rugby: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Deputy first minister will not attend rugby event: Irish News (May 7)
William Graham

Tricolour banned from competition: Irish News

Forcing the break-up of Britain:
Mark Perryman

Old Firm's hate and violence culture shown the red card: The Scotsman
Stephen McGinty

Thursday, May 7

Devolved policing powers 'very near': Belfast Telegraph

IMC focuses on dissidents and loyalist guns: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Political institutions are working... up to a point: Irish News
William Graham

Gilligan to head Policing Board: BBC

Wanted – experienced police officers: Belfast Telegraph

Man facing murder charges will not contest EU elections: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionist anger at Duffy 'meeting': The News Letter

Duffy rejects assurances over surveillance: UTV Internet

Cardinal warns against return to violence: Irish Independent
Áine Kerr

Treatment of dissident likened to Hamza case: Irish News
Allison Morris

Republican boasts have ceased, says Robinson: The News Letter

Defining moment for DUP says Dodds: Irish News
William Graham

Robinson rallies Unionists in town: Mid Ulster Mail

Army flag to fly from City Hall: The News Letter

SF accused of double standards over flag bid: The News Letter

McCord in D.C., NY: Irish Echo

Sir Hugh's words of praise for late PUP leader Ervine: Belfast Telegraph

Brennan running out of time: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Series of vigils mark Sands's death anniversary: Irish News
Rebecca Black

Queen gets rousing welcome in NI: UTV Internet

Orange Order declines church invite: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Mass appeal – Recession has the Irish heading to church: Irish Voice/
Meghan Sweeney

New blasphemy legislation sets Ireland up for ridicule: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Lough bridge must go ahead – Ruane: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Liam Neeson speaks in public for first time since Natasha's tragic death: Irish Voice/
Kenneth Haynes

Wednesday, May 6

Dissidents must not be let fool young people, warns Orde: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Real IRA allies claim republican activist beaten up in Liverpool:
Henry McDonald

Deputy First Minister insists – 'We will not be bullied from the job at hand': Derry Journal

Alliance proposal for £123m 'end of division' savings rejected: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Still going despite dissident threat and political divisions: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Arrangements mean Stormont working – but only to a degree: Irish News
William Graham

Two years is a long time in politics: Belfast Media (Apr 30)
Gerry Adams

Politics is a full-time job: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

A United Ireland – A Vision Too Far?: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Gerry Adams confesses his Protestant beliefs: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

June 4th to be defining election – DUP candidate: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Gerry Moriarty

UUCP members jump ship: The News Letter

NI must 'play big role in Europe': BBC

Sinn Fein may be laughing when the Euro votes are counted: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

DUP cannot merely rubbish SF at polls: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Paramilitary groups 'preparing to destroy weapons': Daily Telegraph (May 5)
Liam Clarke

Talking is always a good idea: Belfast Media (Apr 30)
Des Wilson

The day I had to tell the police I couldn't reveal my contacts: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Tribute to loyalist politician: The News Letter

Legacy transcends city politics: BBC

Cleric questions Church over Eames-Bradley: The News Letter

Radical change is needed in Irish society: Belfast Media (Apr 30)
Seán MacBrádaigh

Peace 'causes increased drinking': BBC

North's selection crisis raises issues of class, justice and religion in bitter dipute: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Reaping the dividends of peace in Northern Ireland: The Times
Jill Turner

Queen could host Irish rugby reception: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Tuesday, May 5

Duffy set to decide on Euro election: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Top Orange chaplain to join Long March: The News Letter

Does threat to McGuinness spell out waning support for Sinn Fein?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

SDLP to request meeting with Orde over British agent claims: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Catholic leaders and UPRG meeting 'gives us all hope': Irish News
Roy Garland

Dodds calls for Forces Day support: The News Letter

Praise for Ritchie's political principles: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Mourners told that Bloody Sunday victim 'lived the rest of his life in pain': Irish Independent
George Jackson

Death leads to new calls for Saville publication: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Up for auction – Heaney's tribute to David Ervine: Belfast Telegraph

Memorial garden opened: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Paint smeared on Hunger Strike wall mural: Irish News
Rebecca Black

The Mitchell Report Redux: Philadelphia Bulletin
Asaf Romirowsky

Monday, May 4

North parties face tricky task of avoiding 'sectarian' cuts: Irish Independent

Stormont – Working together but still split: Belfast Telegraph

Baggage is still heavy but North reaches a milestone: Irish Independent
Steven McCaffery

Allister formally enters seven-way Euro battle: The News Letter (May 2)

PSNI threatens 'Tribune' over terror sources: Sunday Tribune
Mick McCaffrey

Journalist refuses to reveal real IRA sources: The Scotsman

'I'm not going to put my life in danger to do the PSNI's job': Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

'We will rigorously defend Suzanne Breen's right to maintain confidentiality': Sunday Tribune

Delegation remembers RUC dead: The News Letter (May 2)

Adams inspired by Christy Moore's notes: Belfast Telegraph

Maze alternatives are a 'fiasco': The News Letter (May 2)

"Ahern is a Catholic fundamentalist in a position – for how much longer is uncertain – to introduce a law on blasphemy, and he is exploiting that while he has the chance": Sunday Tribune
Diarmuid Doyle

No place for blasphemy law: The Irish Times

Orange anger at gay row: The News Letter (Apr 30)

Church of Ireland in cash crisis as value of funds falls by 42pc: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Church hopes to collar new recruits as recession bites: The Irish Times
Michael Parsons

Sunday, May 3

Fermanagh's dissident threat 'all too real' : The News Letter

Real world is passing our two 'republican' sects by: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Dissident inmates stage dirty protest: The News Letter

Uphill task for Sinn Fein in EU election: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Labour 'has abandoned the northern left', says councillor: The Observer
Henry McDonald

PSNI investigates murder of adviser: The Irish Times (Apr 29)
Gerry Moriarty

Leader of gang suspected of Geoff Kerr murder is a British agent: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Mountbatten atrocity survivor forgives IRA: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

We were determined to catch them all says top detective: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

McIlveen case a police success: Irish News

Bloody Sunday victim Michael Bradley dies: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Reserve constable was 'in contact' with Hamill suspect: Irish News

Appeal court quashes men's 1970s terrorism convictions: Irish News
Allison Morris

Feeney pulled out of CPI over Connolly row: The Sunday Times
Lynne Kelleher and Jan Battles

Atheists fight to keep God out of Irish law: The Observer
Henry McDonald

And the award goes to...: Irish World
Frank Murphy

How covering the Troubles helped Bill Neely win a Bafta: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Ulster people 'nicest' in UK – study: The News Letter (Apr 20)

Courtney first of the Kennedys to get Irish citizenship: Irish Voice/

Salmond says Scots two-thirds of way to 'freedom': Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Saturday, May 2

'Imposters, criminals, dealers': Derry Journal

Duffy gets assurances over 'bugging': UTV Internet

Disbelief as Gibraltar mural is defaced with RIRA graffiti: Belfast Media
Roisin McManus

Attacks won't intimidate Andytown News: Belfast Media

Dissidents 'call shots in jail': Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Michael Brennan

Prison boss defends republican prisoner 'privileges': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Indulging terrorists – Jail privileges unacceptable: Irish Examiner

Nationalists feeling lonely and unwanted: Irish News
Denis Bradley

Parties in North begin posturing for EU election: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Dan Keenan

Catholic boy Michael McIlveen's Protestant murderers jailed for life: The Times
David Sharrock

Michael's killers 'should be behind bars for life': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Men have IRA convictions quashed: BBC

Hamill suspect had 'RUC contact': BBC

A man of loyalty and principles: The Irish Times
Finola Meredith

Executive light on passing laws: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Double-jobbing unfair – McNarry: The News Letter

Parties clash as each puts a different spin on watchdog findings: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Expenses – a need for transparency: Belfast Telegraph

Bobby Sands vigil to mark 28th anniversary: Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

Strikes, poll tax, riots – Margaret Thatcher's imprint on a generation: The Times (scroll down)
Hannah Fletcher, Simon de Bruxelles, Russell Jenkins and David Sharrock

McDonald out of running for Dail by-election: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Potential for crowd violence rules out Celtic-Rangers finale: The Guardian
Ewen Murray

Hillary cites North example: Irish Voice/
Kenneth Haynes

Friday, May 1

Chance of dissident running in EU election 'is 50/50': Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

'I will NOT be intimidated' says McKay: Ballymoney Times

People forced from homes as suspect bomb is investigated: Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Pseudo groups are locked into political fantasy world: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Irish America is vital for unity push: (from the Irish Echo)
Rita O'Hare

Bertie tells us how Irish peace was won: Irish World
Frank Murphy

Lady Sylvia 'must clarify position on Tory link-up': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalist funding scheme to continue: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin & Dan Keenan

Ritchie case cost taxpayer £300k: BBC

Ritchie – no regrets over decision to axe funding: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Interface report shows funds 'value for money': Irish News
Allison Morris

Four men to be sentenced for McIlveen murder: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Castlederg attack was 'sectarian thuggery': Ulster Herald
Conor Sharkey

IRA informer will be given immunity: Irish News

Bizarre luxurious lifestyle of betting-scam loyalist exposed: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

People under threat 'not warned': BBC

IRA victims to protest at Libyan embassy: The News Letter

Criminal justice system institutionally useless: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Maggie and me – By those who love her (and those who didn't): The Independent (scroll down)
Danny Morrison

'I was trussed up like a turkey, waiting for a bullet in my head' – a chilling film reveals the life of an IRA double agent: Daily Mail
Zoe Brennan

Tesco bans sports tops after GAA bag packers row: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Boxing champions visit clubs in North for unveiling of murals: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

SF MEP expects straight fight with FF for seat: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

The Interrogation Memos and the Law: Wall Street Journal
Richard N. Haass

Obama praises Churchill, the man who had Prez's own grandfather tortured: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd


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