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Thursday, May 15

New PSNI chief to be named amid past row: UTV

Plea for peace in Parade season: The News Letter

Ivor Bell facing demands to tell all over Boston Tapes: Sunday World

'Adams' arrest shows us that Dirty War in the North has been followed by Dirty Peace': Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Why was he arrested during the election?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Amnesty may be path to peace (May 12): Wanganui Chronicle
John Watson

Support for Sinn Fein a triumph of protest politics and anti-establishment cynicism (May 3): Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams is safe thanks to a cult-like devotion: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland police reject Sinn Féin's claim of anti-reform 'dark side':
Henry McDonald

The returning of the Boston tapes (May 7): The Irish Times

Truth and reconciliation (May 8): Otago Daily Times

One simple statistic that shows how the Troubles still hurt Northern Ireland (May 2): Daily Mirror
Anna Leach

Martina Anderson and I do not get on very well says Nicholson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Police called 'Irish pigs' by Latvian national: Ulster Herald

'Bullets found in east Belfast man's home as part of probe into suspected race hate crime' – court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Mother defiant after petrol bomb attack: UTV

Charges dropped over McDaid killing: UTV

Graffiti daubed on Fourscore Orange hall: BBC

Teen targeted in poster campaign (May 2): Belfast Media
Evan Short

Republican enters plea in connection with mortars: Londonderry Sentinel

Robinson dismisses UUP criticism of Maze document as 'meaningless twaddle': The News Letter
Aine Fox

PPS will not oppose Martin McCauley's weapons appeal: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Dublin-Monaghan victim's families suing Government: The News Letter

Dublin-Monaghan bombings – Gilmore calls on British to act: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Dublin-Monaghan – Ireland's unsolved bomb massacre 40 years on: BBC
Diarmaid Fleming

Coroner launches unprecedented attack over delays in 'Shoot to Kill' inquests:
Barry McCaffrey

Tough questions raised... and months later they remain to be answered: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Linfield fined £1,200 by IFA over sectarian songs: BBC

Conradh na Gaeilge pushes Irish as an election issue: The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

App will assist the Euro voter: Belfast Telegraph
John Garry

Crown Bar in Belfast says 'odd man, out' to Nigel Farage:
Henry McDonald

Haughey did not consider 'damage' over Falklands stance (May 1): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Wales, sleepwalking to independence?: The Spectator
Lee Waters

Osborne insists he is not bluffing over currency union with Scotland: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Wednesday, May 14

David Trimble – Civil servants almost scuppered the peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Trimble denies knowledge of on-the-runs scheme: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Jean McConville – The murder still haunting republicans after 42 years: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Adams' arrogance may be his downfall: Evening Herald
Andrew Lynch

Boston College to be sued by republicans over Troubles tapes: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Boston College tapes – Archive that turned into a can of worms: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Taoiseach defends historical validity of Boston College tapes: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Bitter row within British Labour over Troubles amnesty: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

We must salve our wounds: Belfast Telegraph
David Latimer

Turning a bleeding cheek: The Economist

Sinn Féin on course to be big winner in elections: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

DUP set to dominate local government – Election forecast says Northern Ireland's largest party to retain position: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Key issue is whether voters still believe Adams: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

What remains to be seen is how the two largest parties – Sinn Fein and DUP – will emerge from elections, will they sense damage?: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Personal morals do have a place in politics, says NI21 candidate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Basil McCrea issues legal letter over tweets by ex-NI21 spin doctor: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nigel Farage urged to explain Ukip candidacy of Orange Order man:
Nicholas Watt

Orange Order slam McGuinness' claims as 'ludicrous': The News Letter

Bitter bust-up in Assembly over Sinn Fein racist attack claims: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Arrests and gun find in hate crime probe: UTV

Children as young as 12 arrested over sectarian fights in Belfast arranged on internet: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Belfast police exploring link between racist crime and loyalist paramilitaries:
Henry McDonald

Outrage as bandsmen urinate on parochial house: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Residents – Band's move is just 'a smokescreen' (May 12): Irish News
Connla Young

Man charged with possession of explosives in Lucan: The Irish Times
Brian Kavanagh

Keg bomb car found in Dublin had been stolen in Cavan: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Discovery of milk-churn bomb at a Dublin hotel shows factional feuding and criminality haven't blunted dissident threat: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

McDaid killing accused admit lesser charges: Irish News

Fintona, County Tyrone, alert – Pair face theft charges: BBC

Taoiseach Enda Kenny – I'll visit Ballymurphy: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Panorama MRF programme – Soldiers 'admitted no crimes': BBC

Anonymity offer over Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Maze peace centre would have run at a loss of £670,000: BBC
John Campbell

Hunger strike hospital key to Maze project success – report: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Checks could have been better ahead of 'IRA terror fest': The News Letter

Brother's sex abuse case comes back to haunt Gerry Adams: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

David Cameron visit will 'boost yes vote': The Scotsman
David Hughes

Labour brings in 'big beasts' to beef up Better Together campaign in Scotland:
Severin Carrell

Alistair Darling is not being replaced as the leader of the Better Together campaign: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Scottish independence – the Union is in much better shape than many think: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

US commitment to Northern Ireland peace 'should be applied to Afghanistan':
Henry McDonald

Tuesday, May 13

Jean McConville not big poll issue, says SF hopeful: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams made a meal out of his arrest: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Bloody Sunday soldiers could be prosecuted with anonymous witnesses: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Labour rejects Peter Hain's call for Troubles amnesty:
Henry McDonald

Why peace without justice is an illusion: Daily Star (Lebanon)
Michael Glackin

Ex-IRA prisoner to sue Boston College over tape: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Time for Lord Bew to come clean on the Boston College tapes fiasco:
Roy Greenslade

Boston College's dirty deal a slap in face to victims: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Gerry Adams Arrest 'A Wake-Up Call' For Oral Historians:
Bruce Gellerman

Nationalists closing in on overall majority as unionist vote splits: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Alliance set to win more council seats despite Union flag dispute in Belfast: poll: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Shinners all set to rock the vote: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Voters more interested in food on table than Adams arrest: Irish Examiner
June McEnroe

Sinn Féin caught out making up the numbers: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

'UK unionism best way to combat Sinn Fein': Tyrone Times

TUV man challenges DUP over Sinn Fein: Portadown Times

Last-minute TV swap backfires for NI21: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Candidates pledge support for new Victims Charter: Ulster Star

Sinn Féin manifesto rails against EU yes men: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Trimble to brief MPs on OTR letters: Belfast Telegraph

Perfect storm battered party... but future's still looking bright: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Us-and-them politics isn't going to go away, you know: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Bomb 'could have levelled a town': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Beer keg bomb at plush hotel was 'left to scare businessman': Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon

Provisional IRA activist linked to hotel bomb find: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Terrorism still number one threat says Chief Superintendent Stephen Cargin: Londonderry Sentinel
Peter Hutcheon

UVF link to hate crimes 'unchallenged': UTV

Gary Mitchell – 'Working-class Protestant boys aren't judged on brains': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sister cities and brother Buddhists: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Hugh Smyth, PUP leader who asked loyalists to 'give peace a chance', dies at 73: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Irish ministers should be on Council of Ministers, say Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Delay in translating law into Irish stalled commencement of in camera legislation (May 6): The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Irish fans to cheer on old enemy in Brazil: Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

For the sake of the Union England must not win the World Cup in Brazil: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Healing and reconciliation become new buzzwords in Scottish independence battle: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Seize the initiative to preserve the Union: Daily Mail

Monday, May 12

Terrified guests evacuated after bomb found at hotel in Dublin: Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon, Demelza De-Burca

Bomb found in hotel car park – 'Found in vehicle with Northern Ireland number plate': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Byrne

Car bomb is a wake-up call for all in the Government: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

British-Irish friendship and its implications for unionism (May 7): The News Letter
Andy Pollak

Time for a new referendum in the North: The Irish Times
Desmond Rea & Robin Masefield

Adams can't stay in character as a statesman for long (May 11): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

The spread of British hypocrisy, from Gerry Adams and Northern Ireland to Syria (May 11): Independent on Sunday
Robert Fisk

Northern Ireland's chickens may be coming home to roost (May 5): Troy Media
Pat Murphy

Gerry Adams is in no position to call the Boston College archive biased:
Ed Moloney

Placating victims of the Northern Ireland Troubles key to progress (May 8): Belfast Telegraph

'On-the-run' defends role as border school principal: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Owen Carron – A life at the heart of Republicanism: Irish Independent

Paisley asks if Averill got RPM while wanted: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Poppy vote a clear defeat for nationalist hypocrisy (May 9): The News Letter

British Army apology for Majella O'Hare killing the way forward: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Governments need to be involved with deal on past, says Eames: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Clinton advised to snub 'one-sidedly nationalist' city during '98 visit to NI: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Loyalist leaders 'brave and impressive': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

IRA victims call for payouts from Gaddafi wealth: Daily Telegraph
Robert Mendick

British Army apology for Majella O'Hare killing the way forward: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Monument to mark UVF atrocity at Rose and Crown bar on Belfast's Ormeau Road (May 2): Belfast Telegraph

Derry man guilty of foiled mortar attack: UTV

IRA man flying abroad 'to wish his in-laws luck' (May 2): Evening Herald
Brian Kavanagh

Hate crimes – Spate of racist attacks across Belfast brings shame on our city: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

MyVote – Most nationalists should be unionists, and almost a third of voters believe no flags should be flown on council buildings: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster Unionist Party wants reform of the European Union (May 8): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont has 'lack of ambition' over EU funding, says UUP: BBC

It is time to focus on citizenship – Local government reform will be firmly on the political agenda for the foreseeable future (May 6): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

'European Parliament must end second-class status of Irish language' (May 5): The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

New commissioner and an oversight system are now key (May 7): Irish Independent
John Downing

Taoiseach's overtures towards the Vatican (May 1): Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Open Championship 'some distance from' Northern Ireland return, as R&A play down Royal Portrush reports: Daily Mail
Phil Casey

Scottish independence – Ulster loyalists urged to keep out of campaign: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Sectarianism fears as Orange Order to march in Edinburgh against Yes vote Independent on Sunday
Jonathan Brown

Will the Union be a victim of multiculturalism? (May 7): The Spectator
Ed West

Sunday, May 11

DUP's Downing Street soiree as David Cameron courts party's votes: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Cameron defends no10 garden drinks reception for DUP MPs: Irish News
John Manley

McGuinness demands he and Adams get to meet Cameron: The News Letter

Jean McConville's daughter 'shattered' but will take civil action against Gerry Adams: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Disappeared but not forgotten – the grim secrets the IRA could not bury: The Guardian
Ian Cobain

Remembering the legacy of Northern Ireland's Disappeared:
Barbara Miller

Haunted by killers: The Economist

Jean McConville's slaying was ultimate act in coercion campaign: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Truth of Sinn Fein has disappeared (May 5): Irish Mirror
Anne Ferris

Gerry Adams, me and a brush with death in Belfast: Melbourne Herald Sun
Andrew Rule

Sometimes, talk is cheap and silence is truly golden: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Gerry's tweets turn him from 'Grizzly' Adams to cuddly bear: Sunday Independent
Column Kenny

Mary Lou needs a clean break from egotistical Adams (May 2): Evening Herald

There's a bigger threat lurking for Sinn Fein (May 4): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

IRA's omerta is not as watertight as it used to be... (May 5): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Without justice you cannot have a peace worthy of the name (May 5): Irish Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Gerry Adams says American help needed now more than ever (May 5): Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Gerry Adams, B.C. and terrorism (May 9): Providence Journal
JoAnn Fitzpatrick

The real threat to peace in Northern Ireland: Toronto Globe and Mail
Ed Moloney

The closure of the Boston College Troubles archive is historical loss: Sunday Independent
Paul Bew

How the Adams arrest threatens academic freedom (May 6): Spiked-Online
Brendan O'Neill

Oral history can survive the Boston College tapes debacle: The Conversation
Anni Donaldson

The politics still make their mark as stars ride in: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Bombs 'near' Giro d'Italia route: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

'Widespread removal of Sinn Fein posters across Mid Ulster': Tyrone Times

Sugden replaces McClarty in Assembly (May 7): UTV

Cookstown Councillor quits UUP to stand as independent in row over election nominations (May 2): Tyrone Times
Sheena McStravick

Skip election argy bargy, read the results here (Apr 30): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

New inquest for Leo ordered: Belfast Media

Guns linked to local murders: Lurgan Mail

UKIP's Hamilton was here when Direct Rule imposed (May 10): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Hold off on a United Ireland – Republicans need to wait (May 5): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Inclusive centenary pin to make WWI centenary: Londonderry Sentinel

'Ulster noir' draws on Northern Ireland's dark history of conflict: The Observer
Gareth Rubin

Restoring confidence in Garda now a top priority (May 8): Irish Independent

Cause for concern: The Irish Times

A papal trip must not be exploited by (May 1): Irish Catholic
David Quinn

RTÉ spent about €120k on State visit coverage (May 2): RTE

Celtic boss Neil Lennon backs Anthony Stokes (May 7): The Irish Times

Orange Order may stage pro-Union march on eve of Scottish referendum: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

The costly divorce of independence: The Scotsman
Bill Jamieson

Fragile peace in Ireland, strong peace in South Africa (May 9): Vancouver Sun
Brian Lee Crowley

Saturday, May 10

Martin McGuinness accuses PM of 'lacklustre stewardship': BBC

Peter Robinson – I'll veto any pension for terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Cameron plays down 'wooing' claims after DUP drinks party: BBC

Northern Ireland is still a tinder box: National Post
Neill Lochery

Our Government is taking peace process for granted: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

The Strange Detention of Gerry Adams (May 5): CounterPunch
Binoy Kampmark

Wise move by Adams to go public with 'MI5 agent' allegation: The News Letter
Suzanne Breen

Gerry Adams (May 6): Huffington Post
Paula Gordon

After release of Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams it's easy to forget the real victim was Jean McConville: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Justice delayed, and denied, in Northern Ireland: Tampa Bay Times
James F. Burns

Northern Ireland cannot have both peace and justice (May 6): The News Journal (Delaware)
Clive Crook

Latimer – It is time to say sorry: Londonderry Sentinel

Poisons Past (May 7): UTV
Brian Rowan

Reconciliation still needed in Northern Ireland (May 6): Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Ted Smyth

Gerry Adams' Arrest Calls Educational Privacy Into Question: NPR
Scott Simon

Historians fear Boston tapes controversy will damage research into the Troubles: The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

Sinn Fein fury over Gerry Adams' arrest will have 'no impact' on PSNI Deputy Chief Constabl job process: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

I was kicked in street says Alliance's Anna Lo: Irish News

Attwood believes people of Derry have been "let down": Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Hitting SF where it hurts – in the ballot box: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Hate crime sparked clashes at interfaces: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Nationalist rioters avoid prison: UTV

Ex-Fianna Fail mayor slams QUB poppy row: The News Letter

'Disappointment' over flags on Giro route: Carrick Times

Flags outlawed at polling stations (May 2): The News Letter

Bomb accused bailed for first communion: UTV

Scottish Republican sympathiser arrested after 2.5kg haul of Semtex is seized in Northern Ireland (May 6): Scottish Daily Record
John Ferguson

This Peace Worker Befriended An Ex-Terrorist Who Killed Her Father (May 5): Business Insider
Jeremy Bender

Overcoming prejudices (May 2): Bossier Press-Tribune
Brian O'Nuanain

War grave signs won't be displayed at Breandrum: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

The big story drowned out by sounds of a city having fun (May 7): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Gilson

Brian Hayes – Northern Ireland is an "economic wasteland":
Jack Horgan-Jones

Students fail test of idealism: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Many are annoyed at idea of a royal presence in Dublin 2016 in context of a 'shared history': The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Despite rough patch, tight bond links BC to Ireland: Dorchester Reporter
Robert P. Connolly

Taoiseach promises root and branch analysis of justice process: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Govt appoints new ambassador to Vatican: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Emma Madigan appointed as Irish ambassador to the Vatican: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Northern Ireland left lagging behind Britain with antiquated libel laws (May 8): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The time has come for libel law reform in Northern Ireland (May 8): The News Letter

Merger of Catholic and Protestant Colleges of Education may be finalised by 2016: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Scottish referendum – accentuate the positive: The Guardian

Friday, May 9

Gerry Adams complains to PSNI over his arrest: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

Adams slams 'dirty tricks' campaign: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

PSNI chief Matt Baggott hails colleague Drew Harris in eye of storm over Gerry Adams arrest: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gerry Adams arrest – Matt Baggott has denied a PSNI 'dark side' was involved in detention – he's wrong and he knows it: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Gerry Adams file 'weeks away' from being sent to PPS: BBC

Forms to identify interview tapes 'lost': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin candidates say Adams arrest not affecting campaign: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

Pursuing Gerry Adams on IRA rap would not be wise: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Adams episode sounds warning on peace process: The Irish Times
Martin Mansergh

Gerry Adams arrest was right – peace without justice is pointless: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Differences between charges over McConville case and Bloody Sunday: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Adams arrest a wake-up call for Irish America: Irish Voice/
Tim Pat Coogan

Northern Ireland's Troubles Are Over. But That Doesn't Mean I Am at Peace.: New Republic
Jason Walsh

Is Northern Ireland's past still hindering its future?: Al Jazeera
Janet Weinstein

Church of Ireland leaders want Troubles report revisited: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Pain of victims' families poisons peace deal legacy: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Troubles victims need practical help from 'contract': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Vow to recover murdered man's body: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness – I don't know anything about Enniskillen bombing: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

MOD apologise for Loughall killings: Mid Ulster Mail

Marching back to the past: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Sorry the hardest word when the missing ingredient is political will: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Prime minister 'wooing' Democratic Unionists in case of hung parliament: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Elliott's carve-up comment 'an admission of defeat' says Finance Minister: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

McCrea wrong to claim officials responsible for NI21 name gaffe, says council: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Martin McGuinness accuses Peter Robinson of 'cowardice': BBC

DUP anger at DFM's 'cowardice' allegation: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Politicians must share the blame over parades and flags, says MLA Dolores Kelly: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Four cleared of PIRA charges: UTV

Moira car bomb – Man released over 1998 police station attack: BBC

Derry man guilty of foiled mortar attack: UTV

Semtex accused Belfast man is granted bail: Belfast Telegraph

Man charged with INLA membership: RTE

IRA killer Lynch is attacked by inmate: Evening Herald
Luke Byrne

Two men arrested over Larne disorder: UTV

RTE's Drivetime apologises to Gerry Adams over news bulletin:
Christine Bohan

Robinson and McGuinness unite for Giro: UTV

Joe – Why we should get involved in WWI events: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Barking Mad – UVF bomb-runner moans to council about yapping from next door neighbour's dog: Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Does Sinn Fein really want Scottish independence?: Daily Telegraph
Tom Gallagher

David Cameron defends decision to allow Scottish independence vote:
Nicholas Watt

Cameron 'wouldn't quit' if Scotland votes Yes – but he would forever be the man who lost the Union: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Thursday, May 8

Richard Haass may return for further talks with Northern Ireland parties: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Haass to meet Gilmore over Northern Ireland: RTE

IRA fugitives are linked to 300 killings: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'It breaks my heart' – MP's anguish as police reveal 95 Irish terrorists are holding letters 'excusing murder' of 295 people: Daily Mail
Tom Mctague

PSNI chief Matt Baggott to face questions over 'on-the'run letters: The News Letter

Five 'On The Runs' under investigation for Troubles killings: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Gerry Adams reveals details of interrogation by police investigating the 1972 murder of Jean McConville: The Independent
Ian Johnston

Police claimed I was recruited as an agent by MI5, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Gerry Adams – I complained formally over police detention: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

PSNI chief Matt Baggott hails colleague in eye of storm over Gerry Adams arrest as they brief MPs at Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Catch-22 for DPP over whether to charge Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

The Jean McConville killing – I'm completely innocent. But what were my accusers' motives?: The Guardian
Gerry Adams

'It is deeply damaging to single out distinguished officers like ACC Drew Harris': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Man (56) re-arrested over Jean McConville murder: The Irish Times

Man arrested over Jean McConville killing is released:
Henry McDonald

IRA man's brother disgusted at Sinn Fein treatment of McConvilles: The News Letter

Children of IRA murder victim Jean McConville vow to continue to fight for justice: Irish Mirror
David Coleman

IRA left McConville children with 52p and a life of misery: Evening Herald
Victoria White

'Descent into terror' – Northern Ireland's worst year:

Gerry Adams is not the real victim here (May 4): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Federal judge found Boston College tapes full of hearsay and folklore: Irish Voice/
Mark Guilfoyle

What happened to Northern Ireland's peace?: Deutsche Welle

Uproar over Gerry Adams arrest in Northern Ireland reveals fragility of peace: Washington Post
Griff Witte

Ireland's wounds had barely healed: Ottawa Citizen
Terry Glavin

Peter Hain warns against 'madness' of dealing with Northern Ireland's past through prosecutions: WalesOnline
David Williamson

SF politicians may look to the future, but we cannot forget the dark past: Irish Examiner
Victoria White

DUP will now reveal any major party funders, says Peter Robinson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionists clash over councils 'carve-up' as battle heats up: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alliance's Anna Lo discusses controversy over United Ireland and gay marriage: The News Letter

UVF and UDA on a high as they jack up Eastern gang's cocaine price by 400%: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Queen's University students vote down bid to ban sale of poppy: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Unionists unite to welcome defeat of QUB poppy ban proposal: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Victims Commission publishes 'Troubles pension' proposal paper: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Call for Troubles victims to get 'sorry' letters: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Eastwood welcomes rejection of bombing challenge: Derry Journal

Man arrested in Dungannon area over 1998 Moira bombing: Tyrone Times
Michael McGlade

Alarming rise in 'hate crimes' over race or religion: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Important task of garda reform must now pass to another: Irish Independent
James Downey

Cycling ace 'feels safe' in Ulster: Belfast Telegraph

We all have a view on Scottish independence: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Lottery winners call for end to independence smear: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Big English cities seek closer ties with Scots: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Plaid Cymru Leader on independence (May 4): Scotland on Sunday
Leanne Wood

Wednesday, May 7

Northern Ireland parties resume their talks on Haass negotiations: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Prosecutors in Gerry Adams case may have to consider public interest: The Guardian
Joshua Rozenberg

Gerry Adams – "Had there been a charge against me, I would have been charged": Irish Independent

PSNI chief says Sinn Féin criticism of force unfair and inappropriate: Irish Examiner
David Young and Michael McHugh

Gerry Adams insists Sinn Féin fully committed to policing: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

McGuinness 'should take PSNI allegations to Ombudsman': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Gerry Adams arrest leaves Sinn Féin/PSNI relations strained: BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP planned to seek Sinn Féin's expulsion from Executive over police support warning: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bids to debate Adams arrest rejected: UTV

Until Troubles-era crimes are dealt with in a co-ordinated way there will always be allegations of political policing: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Orange Order chaplain defends 'memorial' comment about Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bobby Storey – 'Enforcer' is a key ally of Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Adams successors likely scapegoats for his success in outpacing the past: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Those interviewed in BC project can get tapes back: Boston Globe
Peter Schworm

Boston College tapes to be returned as project collapses: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Gerry Adams welcomes Boston College offer to return Troubles tapes:
Henry McDonald

University historians distance themselves from 'Boston Tapes': Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell and Dearbhail McDonald

Boston tapes journalist Ed Moloney raps Sinn Fein claims as 'paranoia': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Boston College tapes – McIntyre gave interview to archive: BBC

Boston tapes academic Anthony McIntyre – Adams not interested in dealing with past: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Boston tapes were never meant to be part of current affairs – they're a history project: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Ferriter

Legal consequences should have been considered early on: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Politicians must be wary of legal process – Justice Minister David Ford: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Adams arrest has 'galvanised support' – Cllr Conway-Walsh: Mayo News
Áine Ryan and Edwin McGreal

Adams – McConville murder 'dreadful and unjust': Irish Examiner

Jean McConville's daughter tells of fears over 40 years after IRA killing – I'm relieved my mother hasn't been forgotten: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

McConville case signals pressing need for independent commission of inquiry: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Why the ghost of murdered Jean McConville won't lie at rest: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Matt Baggott to be quizzed over letters: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson – a vote for TUV is a wasted unionist vote: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP leader Robinson has Adams and Allister on his mind: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Alliance Party not damaged by flags decision, says Ford: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Man released over Larne disorder: UTV

More Polish homes targeted by racist thugs in fresh bout of 'ethnic cleansing' by UVF: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Seamus Daly Omagh bomb case is adjourned: BBC

Men admit lesser charges on McDaid: UTV

Peter Hain's 'amnesty' call slammed: The News Letter

Funding announced for victims of Dublin-Monaghan bombings: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

'Good Neighbours' bombing report challenge thrown out: Derry Journal

Rip it up: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Assistant garda chief in shortlist for top job at PSNI: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Pádraig Harrington suggests Shamrock flag compromise to Olympic golf stalemate:
Patrick McCarry

If Scotland gains its independence, adopting euro may present problems: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Scottish independence would be devastating. Why isn't the Government ready for it?: Daily Telegraph
Benedict Brogan

Tuesday, May 6

Police tell Gerry Adams' wife of death threat to Sinn Fein chief: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh, David Young and Sam Lister

'Death threats for Adams and Storey': UTV

Gerry Adams tells Amanpour he is innocent: CNN
Dominique van Heerden

Adams 'will not face any charges' – Sinn Fein president set to escape trial over McConville murder 'due to lack of evidence': Daily Mail
Tom Kelly and Chris Greenwood

Michael McConville says Gerry Adams threatened a "backlash" if he named his mother's murder suspects: Irish Mirror
David Young, Michael McHugh, Sam Lister

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams denies McConville threat: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson to meet and 'help' McConvilles: UTV

It was right to arrest Gerry Adams: The Spectator
Douglas Murray

Omagh bombing activist to advise Jean McConville's family over Gerry Adams: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Nicholas Watt

Jean McConville son claims Gerry Adams warned of backlash if names of killers were released: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead, Claire Duffin and Mick Browne

We all sympathise with the McConville children now, but back in 1972 nobody cared: (from the Daily Mail)
Suzanne Breen

Gerry Adams mural paint-bombed – community divided over arrest: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Orange Order chaplain Mervyn Gibson wants Gerry Adams 'memorial': BBC

Mountbatten bomber key member of Sinn Fein candidate Carthy's team: Sunday World
Niall Donald

SF leader gets standing ovation at election rally in Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Tánaiste asks for no more comments on Gerry Adams case:
Sinead O'Carroll

Republicans gauge impact of Adams' arrest on key strategic election:
Steven McCaffery

Outrage at Adams arrest? Most of west Belfast didn't care: The News Letter
Suzanne Breen

Victims want peace but not at any price: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Gerry Adams's detention reveals cracks in Northern Ireland's peace: Toronto Globe and Mail
Fionnuala O'Connor

Gerry Adams release will not make fallout go away, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Gerry Adams' arrest shows it's time to deal with Northern Ireland's past: The Guardian
Shaun Woodward

Gilmore and Haass to speak about 'window' for NI talks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Where do we go from here?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Gerry Adams fallout – Crisis is over for now, so let's try to rebuild peace: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein's nauseating conduct unacceptable: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Belfast Agreement is fragile and can be very quickly disrupted by events: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Adams' arrest a grim reminder of how fragile the peace process truly is: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Present and future on hold until we deal with the past: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland needs referendum on Troubles legacy, says Woodward: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Sir Hugh Orde says proposals on dealing with the past need to be "dusted off": The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Gerry Adams release embarrassing for PSNI: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Disconnect between US and Irish over Gerry Adams arrest: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

The IRA/Gerry Adams story has its reach on our shores: San Jose Mercury News
Scott Herhold

Despite this rough patch, the bond linking BC to Ireland remains tight: Boston Irish Reporter
Robert P. Connolly

Key figures 'upping the ante' over Boston College tapes: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

UDA money collector's appeal rejected: UTV

IRA man allowed to travel to Lithuania for holiday: Limerick Post
Andrew Carey

Northern Ireland gears up for Giro d'Italia cycling race: The Guardian
Esther Addley

Poland's envoy concerned by attacks on Polish families in east Belfast:
Henry McDonald

Peter Hain – 'I was sent a letter bomb by the security forces': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Yes camp comparisons don't add up: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Yes, it's a risk, but so is staying in the UK: The Herald
Harry Reid

Monday, May 5

Gerry Adams, Leader of Sinn Fein, Is Released Without Charges: New York Times
Steven Erlanger

Freed Gerry Adams – the IRA has gone, the past is past: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead, Claire Duffin and Mick Browne

Prosecution service to decide on case against Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Keenan

Gerry Adams slams his 'malicious and sinister' arrest over 1972 murder of Jean McConville: The Independent
David McKittrick and Peter Apps

Gerry Adams – From 'interrogation' to rapturous welcome: Irish Independent
Emma Jane Hade

Adams snuck out of PSNI station to avoid protestors: Sunday World
Donal MacIntyre

Jean McConville's son urges independent murder probe: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Call for independent team to probe McConville case: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

The Disappeared – Sister of murdered Columba McVeigh talks to BBC (May 2): BBC

Petrol bombs thrown in Sandy Row trouble: UTV

Sinn Féin trying to blackmail police over Gerry Adams, says first minister:
Henry McDonald

Gerry Adams will be back on campaign trail for elections, says Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Anne Marie Walsh

Bloody Sunday can now expect arrest in wake of Gerry Adams case, warns Peter Hain: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Martin McGuinness – 'Gerry Adams told me he wasn't involved and I absolutely believe him':
Sinead O'Carroll

McGuinness says Sinn Féin not a threat to powersharing executive: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Shockwaves of arrest felt across the Atlantic: Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

Gerry Adams arrest – police access to Boston tapes has dealt 'blow' to research (May 1): Times Higher Education
David Matthews

Referral of case to prosecution service takes heat out of issue: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP should help Sinn Fein out of the corner it has painted itself into: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Voices from Northern Ireland's past still resonating: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Gerry Adams arrested – the grim stories of the Troubles are still coming out (May 1): Daily Telegraph
Norman Tebbit

Adams events show the fragility of peace and how easily it can fracture: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

In the pursuit of justice will the North sacrifice peace?: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

The peace process has been allowed to drift into troubled water – what will happen next?:
Steven McCaffery

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams' arrest is a political scam: New York Daily News
Denis Hamill

Sinn Fein's smiling posters stained by Provo past (May 4): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Gerry Adams should not be immune from justice: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Shankill Road bombing – pain that is still raw 20 years on (May 4): Sunday Telegraph
Claire Duffin, and Robert Mendick

Hard decisions will have to be taken if we are to deal with legacy of the Troubles: Irish Independent
John Downing

Bellaghy republican calls for dissident ceasefire talks: Mid Ulster Mail

'We'll improve cross border co-operation to tackle dissident republicans' (May 3): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Ex-DUP men pledge their support for TUV: Larne Times

Mid Ulster TUV candidates accuse DUP of scare-mongering over vote-splitting: Mid Ulster Mail

DUP candidate stays silent over 'scum' comment: Newtownabbey Times

Ben Dunne – 'I joked with Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness over my kidnapping': Sunday Independent
Garreth Murphy

Haughey 'no role' in Dunne kidnap ransom: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Listen, Taoiseach - Ireland says 'No' (Apr 27): Sunday Independent

Will our Assembly take on Europe over gay marriage? (May 3): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Boston, Belfast to Become 'Sister Cities' (May 1): Boston Globe
Matt Rocheleau

Tony Blair puts a Loyalist painting on his wall: Daily Express
David Pilditch

The odds are on gamblers opting for an independent Scotland: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Cameron 'will debate Farage but not Salmond': The Scotsman
David Maddox

Scottish independence would be 'biggest humiliation since loss of America' (May 4): Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Sunday, May 4

Gerry Adams arrest – Sinn Fein leader may be charged in connection with 1972 murder of Jean McConville: Independent on Sunday
Ian Johnston

Gerry Adams 'questioned for 17 hours a day' over McConville murder: BBC

Adams faces fourth day in custody: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI widen probe into Adams' alleged IRA command: Sunday World
Donal MacIntyre

Revealed – photos link Gerry Adams to Jean McConville kidnap gang: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

'Extremely angry' Mary Lou McDonald has not spoken with Gerry Adams since his arrest:
Sinead O'Carroll

Mary Lou McDonald – 'I won't be taking over Sinn Fein leadership while Gerry Adams is under arrest': Sunday Independent

Republicans liken Gerry Adams to Nelson Mandela: Sunday Telegraph
Clare Duffin

McGuinness repeats claim of 'political policing' against SF: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness – 'Arrest of Gerry Adams inextricably linked with local and EU elections': Sunday Independent

Gerry Adams arrested – Action 'entirely appropriate' says Stormont justice minister David Ford as police get more time to quiz Sinn Fein leader: Independent on Sunday
Michael McHugh

DUP call on McGuinness to retract PSNI comments:

SDLP – McGuinness' threat to withdraw support for PSNI 'incredibly ill-judged': The News Letter

Martin McGuinness must manage his anger better or the hole we are all in will get bigger: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein 'will support policing': Belfast Telegraph

Poll shows Sinn Féin closing on three European Parliament seats: RTE

Spectre of murder is spoiling Shinners' party: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Arrest of Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams put other parties' problems in perspective (May 3): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Adams detention could hasten civil action: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Brendan Hughes – the IRA veteran who pointed the finger at Gerry Adams (May 1): The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Almost 30 years on, Sinn Fein leader still a suspect: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Gerry Adams and the skeletons in his closet: Gulf News
Mick O'Reilly

Why there can be no sell-by date on justice: The News Letter
Arlene Foster

Can the master of duplicity survive the ghosts of unquiet dead? A chilling assessment of Gerry Adams by a leading chronicler of the Troubles: Daily Mail
Kevin Toolis

Adams's arrest is dramatic and unprecedented: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

I hope Gerry's slept well, it's more than Jean's family have: Evening Herald

Journalist speaks out on subpoena of his records in Adams arrest: Al Jazeera
Tom Kutsch

Adams arrest nothing to do with US government, says Jim Nicholson: The News Letter

From IRA militant to Troubles historian … and now living in fear after Adams arrest: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Boston Tapes – 'maliciously compiled' or a complex oral history of the Troubles?:
Sinead O'Carroll

Boston College tapes was a "Get Adams" project from the beginning: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Vox Writes About The Northern Irish Conflict And Fails (May 1):
Charles P. Pierce

Gardai 'should question Adams on ex-IRA man's bomb order claims': The News Letter

'Victims of IRA deserve payouts' – Cameron launches bid for compensation: Sunday Telegraph
Robert Mendick and Tim Ross

The secret royal pardons for IRA terrorists – MP attacks 'cover-up' after it's revealed 365 people have been given amnesties in Northern Ireland since 1979 (May 2): Daily Mail
James Chapman

Explosives accused had 'biggest amount of Semtex seized in Northern Ireland for 10 years': The News Letter

Man released in Crossan murder probe: UTV

Loyalists to stage Giro d'Italia protest: The Irish Times
Chris Kilpatrick

Old Firm cauldron of hate can still provide steep learning curve for colts: Sunday Herald
Stewart Fisher

Parades face curbs on playing of music under council plans (May 3): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scotland still leaning toward union: Santa Fe New Mexican
Bill Stewart

The prize is a better country. It is as simple as that – why the Sunday Herald supports a Yes vote: Sunday Herald

Saturday, May 3

PSNI granted more time to question Adams: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty and Conor Ryan

SF sources say no 'substantially new' material on Jean McConville murder put to Gerry Adams: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Police questioning Gerry Adams for a third day have NEW VIDEO evidence of who ordered Jean McConville's execution: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

Gerry Adams arrested – Senior republicans Evelyn Gilroy and Peter Rodgers refuse to give statements to PSNI over Sinn Fein leader: Belfast Telegraph
Greg Harkin

Sinn Fein say McConville family should 'feel free to name names': Irish Independent

Kenny praises McConvilles and urges passing of names to PSNI: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Gerry Adams arrest – The day the rift at heart of Stormont grew deeper: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

David Cameron in bid to protect peace process over Gerry Adams arrest: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

US congressmen question timing of Adams arrest: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Gerry Adams arrest – A windowless cell and a seatless toilet as SF chief checks in to Serious Crime Suite: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Republican anger grows over Adams arrest 'double standard': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein reconsiders police support 'if Gerry Adams charged': The Independent
Lewis Smith

Different policing rules should not apply to politicians, says Gilmore: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

Kenny weighs in on North policing row: Irish Independent
John Downing

PSNI operating with impartiality over Gerry Adams says Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers: Irish Independent

McGuinness – SF will not allow these dark elements to succeed: Irish News
Claire Simpson

SF finding it harder to blame the system now that it's in that system: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Martin McGuinness and Sinn Féin on the horns of a policing dilemma:
Henry McDonald

Full Court Press – Gerry Adams' 'detention' not unusual: Boston Herald
Bob McGovern

New Gerry Adams mural appears on Falls Road: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Irish Journalist – Carmen Ortiz, DOJ Endangered Irish Peace Process In BC Case:
Bob Seay

Sinn Fein Leader's Arrest Ignites Debate Over Academic Freedom:
Krishnadev Calamur

Gerry Adams – Arrested by Northern Ireland's Past:
Kevin Rooney

Charging Gerry Adams with murder 'will spark crisis in Ulster': Daily Express
John Twomey

Gerry Adams and Irish justice: Greensboro News & Record
Doug Clark

The Disappeared – McVeigh and Megraw families speak of pain: BBC

Diary: London Review of Books
Susan McKay

Don't Ignore Northern Ireland's Ghosts: New York Times
Anne Cadwallader

Gerry Adams arrest – Is it possible to have justice and peace?: The Independent
David McKittrick

Any electoral fallout of Adams arrest depends on next step: BBC
Mark Devenport

Mary Lou McDonald's credibility seeps away as she defends Gerry Adams: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Jean McConville and the IRA – let's hope her daughter's courage is contagious: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Provos can't wash Jean's blood from their hands: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Whatever Gerry Adams' past, peace takes precedence over justice: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

We should have nothing but contempt for Peter Hain: The Spectator
Douglas Murray

Lord Trimble – Scottish independence vote 'threat to NI peace': BBC

Royal prerogative of mercy – Over 350 issued in Northern Ireland: BBC

Three parties back contract for victims: The News Letter

Loyalist avoids prison for death threat against Northern Ireland activist:
Henry McDonald

Man arrested in connection with Tommy Crossan murder: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Man faces explosives charge: The News Letter

Northern Ireland in the pink as tourism delivers for economy: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Stokes faces punishment after Belfast photograph: The Herald
Graeme Macpherson

Friday, May 2

Gerry Adams, leader of Irish Republican Army's Sinn Féin, still in custody over 1972 murder: New York Daily News
Bill Hutchinson

Jean McConville's daughter – I'll name names over IRA killing: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Nicholas Watt

IRA gang that abducted and murdered Jean McConville should be tried as war criminals says her son: Irish Mirror
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Adams not murder suspect, says McDonald: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley, Fiach Kelly

Congressman Addresses 'Unproven' Murder Allegation Against His 'Friend' Sinn Fein Leader Gerry Adams:
Hunter Walker

Worry for Gerry Adams in Boston: Boston Herald
Peter Gelzinis

Press waits for news as Gerry Adams questioned over McConville killing: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Gerry Adams arrested – 'Malicious' republicans caused arrest, Martin McGuinness claims (May 1): The Independent
Ian Johnston

David Cameron denies Gerry Adams arrest was 'politically motivated': Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Taoiseach – Gerry Adams' arrest is nothing to do with us... or any other political party here:
Hugh O'Connell

McGuinness speaks to PM over Adams: UTV

Sinn Féin claims of 'political policing' dismissed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness 'dark side' accusation not spontaneous: Irish News
John Manley

A Heinous Crime, Secret Histories and a Sinn Fein Leader's Arrest: New York Times
Katharine Q. Seelye

Inconvenient truths in Gerry Adams case: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Gerry Adams arrest – Will Northern Ireland peace pay a price?: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Experts weigh implications of Gerry Adams arrest: Boston Herald
Chris Cassidy, Bob McGovern and Jules Crittenden

Arrested Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has no reason to 'step aside' – Mary Lou McDonald: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams profile – The 'articulate and persuasive' linchpin of the Irish republican movement: The Independent
David McKittrick

Gerry Adams arrest throws Sinn Féin's political ambitions into chaos: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Arrest of Adams shows another face of SF to voters: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Gerry Adams' arrest marks the end of his career in the south: The Guardian
Malachi O'Doherty

Adams' departure as SF leader is now a little closer no matter election outcome: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Gerry Adams arrest – Leadership lacking as we lurch into a new crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gerry Adams, the Jean McConville case and the role of Dolours Price: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Jean McConville – The stubborn ghost who won't go away: Daily Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Gerry Adams' arrest for murder is a first – but it's still hard to believe he won't survive this: (from the Daily Mail)
Suzanne Breen

At last, a sign that no-one is above the law – Gerry Adams's arrest in connection with the murder of Jean McConville is a victory for ordinary people: Daily Mail
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Boston tapes are reason why Adams is being questioned over McConville murder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

BC again thrust into Ireland's Troubles: Boston Globe
Milton J. Valencia

How tapes made by U.S. library could solve N. Ireland murder: CNN
Peter Wilkinson, Nic Robertson and Chelsea Carter

BC/IRA Case Underscores Obama White House's Contempt For Free Academic Inquiry:
Dan Kennedy

Sinn Fein Boss Gerry Adams Wanted This Murder Bust: Daily Beast
Ed Moloney

Walter Mitty, Ed Moloney and Gerry Adams arresting himself: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

It's easy to blame PSNI for riots, but politicians share blame: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Man released over Larne disorder: UTV

Alliance MP Naomi Long hits out at 'fascists' after another attack on east Belfast office: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Arrest over 'substantial' amount of explosives: Irish News
Claire Simpson

DUP – No role for Sinn Fein in writing story of Troubles: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGurk's Bar bombing – families to sue Government: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Moody's cautious over Scottish independence: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Greater resolve to vote Yes could prove decisive in poll: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Thursday, May 1

Gerry Adams Questioned Over Murder From 1972: New York Times
Steven Erlanger

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams held over 1972 Jean McConville killing:
Henry McDonald and Nicholas Watt

Family of IRA victim hope for 'justice' after arrest of Gerry Adams: Daily Telegraph
Claire Carter

Adams' murder probe arrest 'political': Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

SF MLA – Adams arrest 'negative PSNI agenda': The Targe
Connor Beaton

Gerry Adams remains in custody over McConville murder: BBC

Adams can be held for 48 hours over McConville murder:

Jean McConville murder – brutal killing that cast dark shadow over peace process: Daily Telegraph
Keith Perry and Ben Farmer

Jean McConville's son calls for justice as police continue to quiz Gerry Adams over widow's murder: The News Letter

Masked men smashed down the door and dragged mother-of-10 out of the house... it was the last time Jean McConville's children saw her alive: Daily Mail
Arthur Martin

The 'Disappeared' – Who Were They?:

BC's Irish project leads to arrest of Gerry Adams: Boston Globe
Mark Arsenault, Zachary T. Sampson and Jeremy C. Fox

Five key questions – and answers – about Gerry Adams' arrest: Washington Post
Henry Farrell

Why Gerry Adams arrest is a farce and one-sided justice: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

SF election hopes hit as Adams arrested over mother-of-10's murder: Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell and Niall O'Connor

SF 'bombproof' for a seat?: Galway Advertiser

Nationalist voting pact rejected by Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP 'knocking on door' of regaining its European seat, says candidate Alex Attwood: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP buoyed by claims party has hope of winning Euro seat: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Euro candidates challenged to sign 10-point victims' contract: The News Letter

European election – A fascinating fight that will go right down to the wire: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein will not be boxed in: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

McGuinness blames UVF for Alliance attack: Irish News

DUP reacts strongly to McGuinness' UVF comments: The News Letter
Adam Kula

UVF petrol bombers in Alliance office attack caught on camera: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Second attack on Alliance's east Belfast party office: The News Letter

Belfast man cleared of having petrol bomb at loyalist riot: Belfast Telegraph

Mortar bomb plot man can challenge punishments for associating with Colin Duffy: The News Letter

Fifteenth arrest over Larne disorder: The News Letter

On-the-runs would have to be given chance to flee, says UK official: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Ronnie Flanagan – on the run letters were not amnesties: The News Letter

OAP arrested in connection with 1971 Belfast bombing that claimed 15 lives: Irish Independent

Man released over McGurk's Bar bomb: UTV

La Mon families to continue their fight for justice: The News Letter

Probe into 1982 IRA murder of UDR man hailed: The News Letter

UK feared Irish offer over IRA bomb horses would backfire: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Yes we're small, Mr Obama – but we deserve an ambassador: Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes caught on stage with a pro-IRA singer at a republican pub in Belfast: Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Celtic v Rangers policing attacked by Labour MSP: The Scotsman

New survey offers hope to No camp: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Millionaire launches pro-Union campaign to seize emotional battleground: The Herald
Tom Gordon


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