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Sunday, May 15

Nesbitt – Eastwood's a guy I think I can work with: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness's Opposition attack on UUP is just silly, says Trimble: The News Letter
Sam McBride

New nationalism risks going the way of New Labour: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Despite Foster's huge mandate, she has just a small window: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Bernadette Devlin McAliskey – What does she think of Stormont nearly 50 years on?: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Police 'are facing severe terror threat from IRA': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Belfast shooting victim 'identified gunman' from hospital bed: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Family of dissident shot by Real IRA in 2010 slam inquest's 'lack of transparency': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Democracy must prevail over violence (May 7): Irish News

12 months for inmate forced to smuggle drugs inside by loyalists: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Chief Constable 'has serious questions to answer': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

'The police were there to protect you. Not shoot you' – Benburb family speaks out 40 years after father's murder: Tyrone Times
Annamay McNally

Murdered soldiers' families in Enniskillen for plaque ceremony: The News Letter

Adams has an eye to how he will be judged by history in his invocation of civil rights heroes: Sunday Independent
Fergal Keane

How a fresh look at the past can shape a better future: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Reunion – Niall prepares himself for his next big challenge in Seanad role (May 4): Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

In this corner of the kingdom, we will never forget how steadfast the Queen has been in her support for us: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

Irish language in Downpatrick gets £100,000 boost (May 14): Irish News
Amanda Ferguson

Bilingual breathalysers – Drink driving ruling overturned (May 12): Irish Examiner

Report finds serious deficiencies in Cavan-Monaghan policing (May 12): Irish News

Cork City deny Kenny Shiels claims of sectarian abuse: BBC

Rangers fans cleared as sheriff criticises 'flawed' sectarianism law: The Herald

Offensive Behaviour at Football Act set to be abolished: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Murder and terror on the streets of Belfast – the reality of politics Ulster-style: Sunday Herald
Douglas Dalby

The 'Ulsterisation of Scottish politics' is a vacuous term with no grounding in history: Sunday Herald
Tom Devine

DUP's Nigel Dodds raps David Cameron for 'putting Euro election first': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Why Unionists should be pressing for a second independence referendum (May 11): The Herald
Geoff Beattie

Saturday, May 14

Foster 'surprised' by UUP's move to opposition: UTV

NI Assembly – DUP's Arlene Foster rejects Ulster Unionists' opposition seats plan: BBC

McCallister backs former leader Nesbitt's move into opposition: Irish News
John Manley

NI Assembly – UUP move to opposition 'a sign of confidence', says David Trimble: BBC

Time for us to deliver, say Foster and McGuinness: The News Letter

SDLP waiting to see programme for government: RTE

With UUP out of Executive, eyes now turn to the SDLP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP thankful for Foster factor – and lack of true rival in unionism: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

UUP opposition move will shift focus to SDLP: Irish News

UUP decision could benefit them – but also DUP and Sinn Féin: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Five NW Sinn Féiners tipped as potential Gerry Adams replacements: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

DUP get to replace Jenny Palmer on Lisburn council: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dissident republicans target British Army cadets: Sunday World
Morgan Flanagan Creagh

Man released in Murray murder investigation: UTV

Murray Murder – Shot exited through wound from previous shooting: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Police revisit scene of west Belfast shooting: UTV

Dissidents ratchet up terror campaign with one bomb attack a week: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Police ask Danes for information on SF bomb hoaxes accused: The News Letter

Transparency' fears over inquest into murdered dissident republican: Belfast Telegraph

Anti-internment parade to be held in Belfast city centre: Irish News
Connla Young

IRA victim 'stunned' at second health referral to terror memorial centre: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

PSNI to examine book on 1988 IRA murder of RUC man: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Troubles' legacy – Reconstruction of Manus Deery killing next week: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Relatives of fishing trip IRA bomb attack soldiers visit scene for plaque unveiling: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

IRA gun trail – RUC protected officer's killer claims son of policeman murdered in BBelfast ice cream parlour: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Kingsmills massacre – Inquest due to start later this month: BBC
Will Leitch

Kingsmills survivor makes final impassioned appeal for killers to come forward: The News Letter

Nationalists complain after being left off EU cash partnership: Irish News
Connla Young

How the Queen brought history to life during momentous Irish visit: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Claiming Irish people were slaves ignores degrees of freedom: The Irish Times
Cathy Barry

We have lost our heritage along with the islands: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Kenny hits Brexit campaign trail in UK – but he can expect a fierce backlash: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan and Sarah McCabe

Brexit won't hurt Northern Ireland at all – instead, it will brighten its future: Daily Telegraph
Kate Hoey

'The EU is Northern Ireland's biggest trading partner, yet here we are preparing for a referendum on whether to stay in it' (May 9): Belfast Telegraph
Len O'Hagan

Drilling work forces Republican march organisers to change route: The Herald
Martin Willaims

Friday, May 13

Mike Nesbitt forms Stormont's first official opposition telling MLAs – "Let battle commence.": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

McCallister – SDLP should follow UUP into Opposition: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP's Newton elected Speaker as first SF man to hold post bows out: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Establishment of Official Opposition a momentous change: Belfast Telegraph

Nesbitt's 'big and bold' move changes the agenda: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP big winner in election that will have had republicans really crying in their beer: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Drop in nationalist vote a cause for concern (May 11): Irish News
Jim Gibney

Northern Catholics want an alternative to Sinn Féin, but it isn't the SDLP: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

DUP best represents views of some Catholics on moral issues: Irish News
Martin O'Brien

Nationalism in a hole that will require courage and imagination to get out of: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Rise of the People Before Profits alliance offers a challenge to Sinn Féin and the SDLP... but this is not the case for the DUP: Belfast Live

Plea to Republic as dissident threat level in Britain rises: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

PSNI investigating North Belfast shooting arrest man: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Why is Britain worried about a terrorist attack from the North?:
Michael Sheils McNamee

Mind games and missing pieces – the intelligence puzzle: UTV
Brian Rowan

We face the biggest terrorism threat in our history from both rogue IRA dissidents and ISIS: Daily Mirror
Richard Kemp

The security forces need funds and support to tackle terrorism: The News Letter

Dissidents must be thwarted at all costs: Belfast Telegraph

Battle of the Somme – Loyalists unfurl new commemorative flag: BBC

Hopes that new Somme flag will replace paramilitary displays: Irish News
Allison Morris

Queen tweet 'stoked community tensions' say Unionists: Ballymena Times

Moneymore – Police investigate hate crime at Orange Hall: BBC

Rural Co Londonderry Orange hall damaged in attempted arson attack: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Trio accused of wearing paramilitary clothing at Michael Barr funeral bailed: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Police have 'legal duty' to include Caroline Moreland inquiry in Stakeknife probe: Irish News

Birmingham pub bombings coroner has 'significant' new information: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Pub bombings campaigners – Hillsborough "a fantastic day for truth and justice" (Apr 27): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Meet the Leicester player who had career destroyed by wrongful arrest over IRA murder: Irish Independent

IRA guns trail conspiracy of silence fuelling family's fear that Special Branch protected 'super-tout': Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

IRA guns trail – As more families speak out PSNI may ask Germany to return pistol Provos used to kill officer: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Attorney General orders fresh inquest into shooting of escaped internee Hugh Coney: Irish News
Connla Young

Francis Rowntree inquest – Lawyer demands scrutiny for threat assessments: Belfast Telegraph

Phil Flanagan – Former Sinn Féin MLA 'cannot pay' damages over Tom Elliott tweet: BBC
Enda McClafferty

SF chief wishes Dean godspeed: Londonderry Sentinel

History shapes us all – Church of Ireland Primate: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Archbishops express concern over impact of Brexit: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

German minister says Brexit might spark NI conflict: RTE

Cabinet colleague of Villiers casts doubt on post-Brexit open border claims: Irish News
John Manley

Brexit – Divided Irish in Britain want clearer advice: The Irish Times
Shane Hickey

British Bill of Rights 'will damage UK abroad', peers warn (May 10): The Herald

Thursday, May 12

Villiers – Conditions for border poll not even close to being met: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gerry Adams admits mistake about next election leadership: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Northern Ireland Assembly meets for first time since election: Belfast Telegraph

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt stonewalls over re-entry to Executive: The News Letter

Big Two warn – No grandstanding or we'll cut talks short: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP meet Greens to discuss 'areas of common cause': Irish News
John Manley

New assembly an improvement on the 'male, pale and stale' Stormont of old: Irish News
Allison Morris

Neither green, nor orange, but up for the fight: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Are we seeing signs of a generational shift for nationalism?: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Things will be different at Stormont this time – here's why: Belfast Live
Gerry Carroll

Attack on mainland from Irish Republicans 'strong possibility' as terror threat raised: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Dissident republican threat reaches new level: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Rally held against Belfast 'murders and maiming': UTV

Priest aware of 25 people facing paramilitary-style attacks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Call to 'break silence' amid paramilitary threat: UTV
Judith Hill

Republicans who believe in 'armed struggle' will always seek to target England: Irish News
Connla Young

Do NI Dissidents Pose 'Significant' Threat?:
David Blevins

What is the New IRA? Why has the terror threat been raised from Northern Ireland to Great Britain?: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Increased dissident threat in Britain a worrying development: Irish News

PPS and PSNI explain how they opposed bail each time Adrian Ismay murder accused appeared before courts: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Three bailed over 'paramilitary garb' at funeral: UTV
Alan Erwin

Kinahan cartel thug boasts – I can buy off any 'New IRA' hitmen:
Ken Foy

IRA memorial in Fermanagh village causing hurt and anger, says MP Elliott: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Man (38) arrested over loyalist 'Disappeared' victim Mark Gourley: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Brother of murdered RUC constable George Larmour – I hunted down two of the most infamous guns of the Troubles... but many questions still remain: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

British army 'on look-out' for UVF car before Kelly's Bar explosion: Irish News
Connla Young

Senior Sinn Féin councillor leaves Belfast City Council after Seanad election: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin not allowing facts derail good 'Irish slaves' yarn: The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

Christian bakers 'directly discriminated against gay cake customer': Belfast Telegraph

UN hearing hears call to halt Irish school enrolment on religious grounds: RTE

Bill of Rights finally set to be included in the Queen's Speech more than six years after David Cameron first promised the Act: Daily Mail
James Slack

Hermon – 'English votes policy has no mandate in NI': BBC
Stephen Walker

MP blasts Hague's claims Brexit will harm peace process in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Villiers dismisses veteran Tory's warning on border controls: The News Letter

Brexit – Leave camp divided over Irish border issues: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

EU referendum – Britons living in Republic 'should register to vote': Irish News
Claire Simpson

IRA supporting primary teacher pleads guilty to posting sectarian rants on social media: Scottish Daily Record
Ron Moore

Talking about Scotland's 'Ulsterisation' is jaw-droppingly disrespectful: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Wednesday, May 11

PIRA still exists, says North's police chief: Irish Independent
David Young

UUP – Security picture in NI has not changed in six months: The News Letter

Villiers – DUP and SF need to work urgently to end paramilitary attacks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stephen Farry earmarked by Alliance for justice portfolio: Irish News
John Manley

Alliance has no mandate to be in talks, says Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Programme for government 'a long way off' – SDLP: UTV

Record number of women MLAs returned to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Mitchel McLaughlin hails hike in female Members: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin incensed by 'disgraceful' McPhillips speech: Fermanagh Herald

Nichola Mallon in frame to become SDLP's next deputy leader: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

No 'civil war' in Mid Ulster after DUP election spat: The News Letter

A political makeover at Stormont: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Election of 30 female MLAs signals a sea change in our politics that is as welcome as it is overdue: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

SDLP and UUP must take places in executive: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Six of best no doubt, but it's time Big Two got proper caning in Northern Ireland Assembly chamber: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Delivery driver shot dead in Belfast had been targeted twice before: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Gun victim's partner brands his killers 'cowards': UTV
Victoria Steveley and Jane Loughrey

Outrage over 'barbaric murder' of Belfast fast food delivery driver Dan Murray: Belfast Telegraph

Suspected Regency Hotel gunman flees Dublin: Sunday World

Masked INLA men give gun salute at grave of hunger striker Kevin Lynch: Irish News
John Monaghan

Campbell – Critics of hunger strike comment have problem with language: The News Letter

Boston College tapes – Police bid for access to former IRA man's interviews just 'fishing expedition', court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Catholic man's 1991 murder 'nor properly investigated': The News Letter

Man 'sang sectarian songs' at the hospital: Coleraine Times

Corporation tax reduction affordable but will require some cuts – Villiers: The News Letter

Churches unite with pupils to remember Rising and Somme: Derry Journal

Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told: Belfast Telegraph

'Gay cake' case – Northern Ireland Attorney General says judgement against Ashers was wrong: BBC

Ashers gay cake case will have freedom of expression implications for UK, say Belfast Christian bakers: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

It is important that Ashers win this crucial legal case: The News Letter
Peter Lynas

Derry Church of Ireland leader appointed to key job in Dublin: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Ruling that breath test results must be in English and Irish quashed: The Irish Times

Gerry Adams says Sinn Féin is "not ruling out co-operating with any party":
Stephen McNeice

Tánaiste faces tough questions at UN over Ireland's human rights record: The Irish Times
Mark Kelly

Brexit – Ireland unsure of Plan B in the event of departure: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Ex-UKIP member brands McNarry 'plank' following Brexit border comment: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Orde – Brexit a worry for safety and security of NI: The News Letter

Ulsterisation? Scotland says No: The Herald
David Leask

Tuesday, May 10

UUP to consider paramilitary update before deciding to enter government: The News Letter

Foster and McGuinness to take Stormont top jobs before Programme for Government talks intensify: Irish News
John Manley

Arlene Foster says there is no stitch-up on Northern Executive: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'We need to be pulling together to make Northern Ireland work': Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Government or opposition the big call for smaller Assembly parties: The News Letter

Defeated Mid Ulster DUP candidate Ian McCrea hits out at 'Arlene's choice Buchanan untruths': Tyrone Times
Shauna Corr

Anti-abortion group hails election results as a victory: The News Letter

Arlene Foster – I just wish my dad had lived to see me elected: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Last Friday was the DUP's day and it is now shaping up to be DUP's decade too: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The Labour rebels polled modestly but still deserve sympathy: The News Letter

Rise of Left is wake-up call for both Sinn Féin and SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Election changes will unsettle if not transform: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

With his goal receding, ageing McGuinness faces forlorn future: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Rise in female MLAs good for an Assembly that's suffered from excess of testosterone and tribalism: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Mistress of all she surveys, Arlene Foster now has to make this government work: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Feminine touch may change Northern Ireland politics: Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Gregory Campbell explains hunger striker Facebook post and says he would do it again: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Council bonfire scheme in disarray as half of groups fail to sign up: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Scottish loyalists 'Regimental Blues' set for regular visits to Twaddell protest camp: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Concern over Peace body appointment: Ballymena Times

Man feared dead after West Belfast gun attack: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Carlisle Square shooting – Teenager shot in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Neighbours tell of shots and screams after latest city gun attack: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Record number of families forced from homes by dissidents: Irish News
Allison Morris

Londonderry – Sean McVeigh charged over bomb under policeman's car: BBC

Men accused of preparing terrorist act: Londonderry Sentinel

'Slab' Murphy to appeal tax evasion conviction: Irish Examiner
Ruaidhrí Giblin

McCauley murder – Withheld information: Londonderry Sentinel

Outrage as Catholic boy Michael McIlveen mocked on murder anniversary: Belfast Telegraph

Libya assets call could help case for IRA victims' compensation: The News Letter

PM's move as married UDR widows battle to get pensions restored: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

BBC NI – Irish language speakers protest outside BBC: BBC

Belfast bakers 'would have sinned' if they made gay marriage cake: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Case over North's ban on gay blood donations for UK Supreme Court: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Catholic ethos a 'red herring' for maternity hospital, says doctor: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Brexit could turn Irish border into new Calais, says EU commissioner: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Irish urged to 'phone-a-friend' in UK to warn against perils of Brexit: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

Leaving the EU would be disastrous for the Falklands, Gibraltar and Ulster: Daily Telegraph
William Hague

David Cameron is now in full 'Project Fear' mode: The Spectator
Tom Goodenough

David Cameron – Brexit could lead to break-up of Britain: The Herald
Michael Settle

Republican march date clashes with Orange Order parade: The Herald
Stacey Mullen

Monday, May 9

Conor Murphy tipped to be Sinn Féin's first minister at Stormont: Irish News
John Manley

Parties set to begin talks to shape Stormont: UTV

DUP in dilemma over whether to take education ministry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Maverick religious candidate trounces Tories in West Tyrone: The News Letter

Sugden tramples on UUP bid to reclaim East Londonderry seat: The News Letter

New MLAs promise change from 'orange' or 'green': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

PUP man continues to back Hutchinson after feeble election results: The News Letter

Two female MLAs tipped for SDLP deputy leadership post: Irish News
Allison Morris

Palmer returns to haunt DUP: Ulster Star

I'm too young to retire, says Allister as he goes back to Assembly alone: The News Letter
David Moore and Ben Lowry

Assembly vote – New faces liven up Stormont naughty corner: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

West Belfast – Fairy tale win for newcomer Carroll as he snatches seat from Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

DUP and Sinn Féin securely control Stormont after election: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Assembly elections – The people have spoken and asked for more of the same: Irish News
John Manley

SDLP and SF must figure out why nationalist turnout dropped: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Falling turnout is becoming a nationalist issue (May 7): Irish News
Newton Emerson

The nationalist identity crisis that could change Northern Ireland for ever: The Guardian
Malachi O'Doherty

Diversity is rewriting the rules of politics everywhere you look: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Choreographed election leaves Stormont politics back where it started:
Steven McCaffery

Very little changes to the Northern Ireland assembly: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Welcome hints of change in North: The Irish Times

Uncertain times for nationalist parties: Irish News

Gregory Campbell – SF MLA failed because he didn't die: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Gregory Campbell branded a "fool" over Raymond McCartney hunger striker jibe: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Former Drumcree minister backs Royal Black in church controversy: Lurgan Mail

Suspected Regency AK-47 killer flees hideout and goes to North:
Ken Foy

The truth about Gerry Adams US visa: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Adams in new tweet on his use of offensive 'N-word': Irish Independent
Martin Grant

Radio review – Is there intelligent life on Planet Gerry?: Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Council rejects campaign calls for school 'collective worship': Ballymoney Times

Ban on same sex marriage in N Ireland must go, urges Amnesty International: Belfast Telegraph

All views must be tolerated, even Catholic (May 7): Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Let's give a fair wind to this new Government (May 8): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Counting a Nation, Once Again (Apr 22): America
Rhona Tarrant

Unionists overwhelmingly back Brexit – Dodds: The News Letter

Brexit and Ireland – Border towns anxiously await referendum: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Nicola Sturgeon says YES to relaunching independence campaign this summer: Scottish Daily Record
Mark McLaughlin and Lynsey Bewes

A force awakens in Scotland – the Union strikes back (May 6): The Spectator
Alex Massie

The Ulsterisation of Scottish politics is complete: The Herald
David Torrance

British bill of rights could 'unravel' constitution, say MPs: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Sunday, May 8

One in four newly-elected MLAs female: UTV
Damien Edgar

Women clear election winners as they outshine male counterparts in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Foyle – Eamonn McCann clinches seat for People Before Profit: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Dramatic twist in the tale: Fermanagh Herald
Maurice Kennedy

War of words between SDLP and Sinn Féin as election result is finalised: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan and Rodney Edwards

Several high-profile MLAs lose their seats: UTV

Ruth Patterson to bow out of politics following Assembly election failure: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Labour rebels deny they've flopped, despite paltry vote: The News Letter
David Moore

Arlene Foster factor helps put DUP in box seat at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Arlene Foster hails 'tremendous' DUP vote victory: The News Letter

Arlene Foster emboldened by surge in support as scaremongering over First Minister proves masterstroke at polls: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sammy Wilson proud of party's triumph under 'very adequate' Arlene: The News Letter

Carroll's rise embarrasses SDLP as DUP tightens grip on unionism: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP warn Lady Sylvia Hermon that she is 'being put on notice': Irish News
John Monaghan

NI Assembly election reflection: BBC
Mark Devenport

Stunning triumph for Foster; serious concern for nationalism: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mixed emotions for Nesbitt after he topped poll: The News Letter

Sinn Féin gets outflanked on the Left in its very heartlands: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

The gradual emergence of the Rory McIlroy generation: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

DUP and Sinn Féin power blocs still in place, but emergence of new Left with its bread and butter politics catches the eye: Belfast Telegraph

A clear triumph for Arlene Foster and the party she leads: The News Letter

Speculation mounts over new Assembly Speaker: UTV

Allister under fire from DUP and SF: Ballymena Times

Top Alliance man says party needs to discuss whether it would have government role: The News Letter

Man 'stable' after west Belfast shooting: UTV

Three charged with 'wearing paramilitary-style clothing' after attending funeral of slain IRA gangster Michael Barr: Daily Mail
Darren Boyle

Schoolboy Thomas Devlin's killer to use landmark ruling in fresh bid for appeal: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Abercorn Road mural unveiled: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Northern Ireland may be normalising, but big risks remain: Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

Gay cake case bakers Ashers say they 'are right to keep on fighting' as appeal looms: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Gerry Adams's N-word tweet – racism is not binary: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

'Compared to IRA massacres N-word row can seem trivial': Belfast Telegraph
Kim Bielenberg

No, Gerry, you were never kept on a plantation: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Send the army to IRELAND before BREXIT TIME BOMB erupts, warn UKIP: Daily Express
Joey Millar

The Guardian view on the Scottish and Welsh elections – doing it their own way (May 6): The Guardian

Old Britain has gone. But what comes next? (Jan 7): The Big Issue
Alex Massie

Saturday, May 7

Northern Ireland count – DUP and Sinn Féin set to dominate Stormont: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP to retain role of NI First Minister as SF support falls: Irish Independent
David Young and Shawn Pogatchnik

Turnout doesn't collapse, despite dull campaign: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Carroll of People Before Profit tops west Belfast: UTV

Allister 'disappointed' by TUV result across NI: UTV

John McCallister concedes in South Down, but says he has no regrets: Banbridge Leader
Sam McBride

Foyle – Eamonn McCann ends 46-year wait for poll success: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Buchanan triumphs over McCrea in DUP battle for last Mid Ulster seat: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Sinn Féin's Máirtín Ó Muilleoir tops the poll in South Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Alliance's David Ford holds on to South Antrim seat: Belfast Telegraph

Fermanagh and South Tyrone – SF's Michelle Gildernew elected: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Alex Attwood wins SDLP seat in dramatic count in West Belfast: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin's Flanagan believes political career is over: Impartial Reporter

Breakaway Labour group fails to attract voters: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Poll topper Gerry Carroll ready to forge alliances in Stormont 'naughty corner': Irish News
John Manley

Foster appeal ensures DUP triumph in NI elections: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

It's Arlene's party now, as DUP secures stunning result: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI Assembly election – The strange, the funny and the confusing: BBC

People for Profit support accelerates nationalism's downward trend: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Irish election – Peace process generation turning away from traditional religious politics: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Gun attack on man in Belfast treated as 'attempted murder': The Irish Times

Man questioned over IRA commander murder shot in Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Those loyal to Jock Davison determined to avenge his death regardless of political fallout: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police were right to step in over funeral: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary displays cannot be tolerated in a peaceful society: The News Letter

Sinn Féin councillor will not help rivals' voters: Irish News

DUP's Christopher Stalford set to be new Belfast Lord Mayor... if he doesn't end up at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Lodges scrap banner ceremony after Parades Commission ban march: The News Letter

Row over marking of IRA man's death: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'We want justice for Mark': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Man jailed for Thomas Devlin murder in fresh appeal bid: Irish News

Case adjourned again for woman accused of wasting PSNI time over Jim Wells claim: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Anger as 'Troubles' inquests are shelved: Derry Journal

Frank Rowntree death – Witness 'saw no reason for shooting': BBC

Sinn Féin and the Gerry Adams nerves: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Wilson slams Labour leaders over tax remarks (Apr 13): The News Letter

Linfield boss David Healy – 'I had concerns about bringing my kids back here even though I love my country': Belfast Telegraph
Steve Beacom

Ireland a near non-event in Brexit discussions (May 5): The Irish Times

Friday, May 6

DUP and Sinn Féin battle it out in North poll: Irish Independent
David Young

Hunger striker's family blasts Sinn Féin for turning commemoration into an 'electioneering stunt': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Foyle Assembly Election 2016 – Could there be a silver lining after the election?: Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

IRA victim's sister Ann Travers slams 'disgusting' Sinn Féin tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Time to find a cure for electoral apathy (Apr 30): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Why won't Arlene give truth to my dying dad?: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

New assembly must resolve legacy issues: Irish News

Adams' n-word tweet – Now his own deputy Mary Lou McDonald and equality watchdog speak out: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams' own goal distracts from our political limbo: Connacht Tribune
Harry McGee

Gerry Adams and the infamous n-word tweet – let's put it in context: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Gerry Adams is not a racist, but an angry man: Irish News
Alex Kane

Inappropriate, ludicrous and no real apology – is there no limit to the propagandist nonsense from Gerry Adams?: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Discussions held on flying of Union flag: Ulster Star

Loyalist flag protest group warn police – 'you will reap what you sow': Irish News
John Monaghan

Unionists ridicule SDLP call to axe cash for council: The News Letter

If UFF mass murderer Torrens Knight is truly sorry, he must prove it with more than platitudes: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Maghaberry on the brink – Death threat to prison staff after social event posted on jail notice board: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick and Jilly Beattie

Movement of prisoners aimed at easing tensions at Maghaberry: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police arrest 14 men on terror charges after Northern Irish dissident who was murdered in gangland feud is laid to rest by mourners in paramilitary uniform: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

Unionists welcome 'swift action' by police after Barr paramilitary display: Irish News

'Dissident funeral arrests not influenced by political pressure' – PSNI: The News Letter
Eamon Sweeney

Strabane arrests mark change in tactics from PSNI: Irish News
Allison Morris

Adrian Ismay accused returned to custody for failing to answer the door: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Emaciating machismo – masculinity, murals and memorialising hunger strikes: The Irish Times
Edwin Coomasaru

'We need to cherish and celebrate what we have in Northen Ireland': The News Letter

The Irish in Britain, the British Labour movement and the hunger strikes: The Irish Times
David Shaw

'Transatlantic civil rights parallels plain to see': Irish News
Gerry Adams

Pride of Knockmore honour soldiers killed during Easter Rising: Ulster Star

Unionist fury as Housing Executive spends £5,000 on Easter Rising mural: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Gay cake' row – Christian bakers 'praying for just outcome' from appeal hearing: The Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Church says homophobic abuse against MLA candidate 'unacceptable': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Irish customs border 'unavoidable' if UK pulls out of European Union: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Thursday, May 5

Legacy inquests – Lord chief justice disappointed over funding bid: BBC

Legacy inquests – Derry lawyer 'furious' over funding decision: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

NI first minister accused of delaying justice over Troubles inquests: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Time for North's politicians to come to grips with past: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stakeknife probe – Top English officer 'to lead investigation': Irish News
Claire Simpson

How lure of money defeated Provos' armed campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Shining lights into corners: UTV
Brian Rowan

Unionist parties give full backing to terror victims' election wish list: The News Letter

Arlene Foster tells unionists not to be complacent ahead of poll: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

First chance to vote for those born after Good Friday Agreement: Belfast Telegraph

Fermanagh and South Tyrone set for cliffhanger election: Fermanagh Herald
Lauren Harte

Election Diary – SDLP's McCrossan silent about fake 'followers': The News Letter
Sam McBride

In the shadow of two political heavyweights: Coleraine Times

Danger less than 50% of electorate will vote: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

McGuinness tried to squash Eastwood, but failed to do so: The News Letter

Can SF under 'Djerry Adams' become the North's largest party?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

I'm proud to be First Minister and want to go on making a difference in next five years: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Stormont could teach America a thing or two about democracy: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Crucial for our future that those with vote exercise their right: Belfast Telegraph

Adrian Ismay murder accused Christopher Robinson granted bail at Belfast High Court: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Armagh woman acquitted of running dissident republican bomb factory: BBC

Handgun and ammo seized in north city raid on 'New INLA':
Ken Foy

Widow Joanne McGibbon to leave Belfast after paramilitary murder of husband: Irish News
John Monaghan

Paul McCauley – Man charged with withholding information about Derry man's murder: Derry Journal

Terrorist weeks from freedom jailed again for smuggling drugs: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Paramilitary fears after two shootings in Maghera and Tobermore inside 24 hours: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Tyrone Orange Hall attack 'a hate crime': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Racist graffiti appears on home in Dungannon: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Racism the new sectarianism in Northern Ireland according to former Belfast pastor: Irish News
Amanda Ferguson

Adams' civil rights 'founding member' claim rejected: The News Letter

'Nelson Mandela would understand' – Gerry Adams sorry for N-word: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon and Rachel Flaherty

"The Irish were sold as slaves" – Gerry Adams has spoken once again about THAT tweet:
Cianan Brennan

Sinn Féin MEP ridiculed after support for Adams over slavery: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Gerry Adams lays 'bear' his bedtime musings: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Mary Lou McDonald – I'm not embarrassed by Gerry Adams' teddy bears and rubber ducks: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Doyle and Barry Lennon

BBC denies DUP claims Adams was 'let off the hook' over n-word row: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gerry Adams N-word tweet – SF president's bye-ball an own-goal for Radio Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Gerry Adams is out of North's sight and mind: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Racism is a system of oppression, not a series of bloopers: The Guardian
Gary Younge

Adams is a discredited figure yet he does not suffer at the polls: The News Letter

100 Years After the Rising, Sinn Féin Fights a New Foe – Austerity: The Nation
Laura Flanders

Brexit identity crisis risks opening up old wounds in Belfast:
Jeff Black

Wednesday, May 4

Gerry Adams – 'I've never seen myself as white': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Gerry Adams N-word tweet 'an honest mistake', says Martin McGuinness: BBC

Critics round on Adams over racism row and civil rights claim: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Civil rights leaders 'astonished' by Adams founder member claim: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Pressure on Gerry Adams grows as attempts to justify n-word sparks further scorn at home and abroad: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'N****r' isn't the really offensive part – Gerry Adams' explanation is: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gerry Adams' N-word tweet 'test of Sinn Féin leadership' says DUP leader: BBC

Gerry Adams is used to pulling the 'our shared oppression' line, but tweet will hurt him in US: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

The N word means Never, for Gerry Adams too: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Gerry Adams n-word storm – For black people it is never just a word, it is real and ongoing offence: Belfast Telegraph
Tim Brannigan

Stop Policing the N-Word: Time
John McWhorter

N-word tweet has briefly silenced the 'Shinnerbots': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin – Gerry Adams not a liability despite race gaffe: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Gerry Adams' conceit that nationalist suffering is somehow similar to slavery is absurd: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

New Left politics of victimhood makes no sense: London Evening Standard
Melanie McDonagh

Troubling thing is Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams actually believes own propaganda: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Gerry Adams' offensive tweet – Why use it? (May 3): Irish Examiner

Gerry Adams right to apologise for offensive tweet (May 3): Irish News

Sorry is still hardest word for Mr Adams (May 3): Irish Independent

Adams proving to be a liability to his party: Belfast Telegraph

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt slams 'despicable' DUP over letter hyping 'bad old days': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP fights for survival in Derry in face of Sinn Féin onslaught: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland parties set out stalls one last time in TV debate as poll looms: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Catholic moral calls have not affected SF vote – Belfast ex-mayor: The News Letter

April opinion poll – Just how will Northern Ireland vote in Assembly ballot: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Election Diary – BBC debate the final set piece of a dull campaign: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Leader's profile – Arlene Foster: UTV

NI Elections – Political landscape set for status quo: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Building an Ireland of equals that has a place for everybody: Belfast Telegraph
Martin McGuinness

Everyone should make their vote count: Irish News

Taking guns from serving Northern Ireland police officers crazy – ex-cop with a weapon but no training: Belfast Telegraph
Laura Abernethy

Padraig McShane refuses to take part in council tricolour probe: Irish News
Connla Young

Man admits making Belfast bomb hoax warnings: The News Letter

Hooded Men lawyers to head back to court: Portadown Times

Lord Chief Justice legacy inquests plan put on hold: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'What I wouldn't give to have Jerry still alive': Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Widow of murdered Garda Jerry McCabe says his killers have no place in her life: Irish Mirror
Kathryn Hayes

Scottish Tory leader to call for same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland: Irish News
Katrine Bussey

Minority Dublin government will not work: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Tourism Ireland chief – 'It helps tourism if we have reasonably liberal borders': Belfast Telegraph
Gavin McLoughlin

Despite doomsayers, Ireland can benefit from Brexit – by hook or by crook . . .: Irish Independent
David McWillism

Indyref2 debate is new reality – so get used to it: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Tuesday, May 3

Middleton and Eastwood at shorter odds than McGuinness with Paddy Power: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Deehan accuses SDLP leader of 'misleading voters' over West Tyrone: Ulster Herald

SDLP founder backs McCrossan in West Tyrone: Irish News
Connla Young

Northern Ireland's parties 'need to do more for Troubles survivors': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Forget the border, party leaders' liking for cats or dogs is big issue on doorsteps: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Election Diary – Letter from Arlene sees DUP accused of gutter politics: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Abortion and Brexit divide Foyle unionists: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

If you are not going to vote on Thursday, then don't complain if outcome is a fudge like we have in Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

How DUP insults the electorate with its dog-whistle politics: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Gerry Adams defends use of 'N' word on Twitter about Django Unchained: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Sinn Féin TDs say Adams far from racist, but language 'regrettable': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Gerry Adams' Ballymurphy 'N-word' tweet makes headlines around world: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Latest Gerry Adams Twitter gaffe harder to shrug off: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

'I've heard black leaders using it,' says Ó Snodaigh: Irish Independent
Deirdre Reynolds and Conor Feehan

Sinn Féin's lucrative fundraising effort in US will be damaged by an 'ironic' gaffe: Irish Independent
John Downing

Adams comparing US slavery with nationalist plight 'overblown': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

How Gerry Adams and others have made online gaffes: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'The internet never truly forgets,' Alliance assembly candidate warns Adams: Irish News

Adams line on nationalism and slavery wide of mark: The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

Gerry Adams's bizarre and creepy Tweets raise questions for Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
John Downing

Gerry Adams Twitter profile raised eyebrows before the 'N-word' gaffe: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Adams has a habit of saying stupid things and accusing others of misunderstanding: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

McCartney sisters attack plan to honour Provo chief Davison: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Orange Order's 1,000-day protest clocks up £19m: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Sitting ducks – terror attack fears as PSNI officers guns withdrawn: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Anger as wreaths to dead of Narrow Water are destroyed again: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Report challenges whether Royal Black beliefs are consistent with Church: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Maghaberry on the brink – "The prison suffers weak and capitulating leadership": Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and Chris Kilpatrick

Man assaulted in Strabane sectarian hate crime: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Family of murdered Co Louth man Seamus Ludlow launch legal proceedings against Police Ombudsman over failure to investigate collusion allegations: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

UUP's Kennedy corrects his gaffe on gay relationships: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Scottish nationalists and Brexiteers have much in common. Both are utterly vacuous: The Herald
David Torrance

Hunger strike: nationalist will starve himself until Scotland – or Catalonia – declares independence: The Herald
David Leask

Monday, May 2

SF complain of poster removals: The News Letter

DUP to grab West Belfast seat? (Apr 29): Belfast Media
Evan Short

Platform – Sinn Féin Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness: Irish News
Martin McGuinness

Platform – DUP leader Arlene Foster: Irish News
Arlene Foster

Huge gamble by Ulster Labour rebels could pay off – or rebound: The News Letter
Sam McBride

It's time for the "Twinkles' to shine on May 5.: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Stormont election short on excitement: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Sinn Féin still chasing a breakthrough moment:
Steven McCaffery

When will the 'brighter future' we were promised arrive?: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Almost two decades into the peace process, widespread terrorist violence should not still be seen as normality: Belfast Telegraph

£350k of victims' cash paid out to 'B-Specials' in last decade: Irish News
Connla Young

Victims group seeks input after 'low' Derry response: Derry Now

These parades by people in masks break the law... so what are the police going to do about them? (Apr 28): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Fly-tipping fine notices appear at loyalist bonfire in Belfast (Apr 26): Irish News
Amanda Ferguson

IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands' takes to the big screen: Belfast Live
Maureen Coleman

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams quickly deletes N-word tweet: WashingtonTimes
Victor Morton

Racist slur by Adams sparks new SF crisis: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Allison Bray

Here Comes The Night (Apr 29): UTV
Damien Edgar

Is commitment to better society the minimum requirement? (Apr 21): Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

James Connolly's great-grandson warns New York crowd of Easter Rising revision: Irish Voice/
Frances Mulraney

War memorial planned for mainly nationalist Co Derry town: Irish News
Connla Young

Irish Eyes Are Smiling on Britain (Apr 28): American Thinker
Michael Curtis

UK Remain campaign can learn from Ireland's EU referenda: Irish Examiner
Mary C Murphy and John O'Brennan

Northern Ireland could become a 'back door route' for Isil terror plots, security services fear: Sunday Telegraph
Kate McCann

Sunday, May 1

Nothing scarier than Sinn Féin's vision, says Foster: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Low-key Stormont election sees more focus on social and economic issues: Belfast Telegraph

Man savagely beaten after speaking out against IRA rackets to stand against SF: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

SF isn't aiming for First Minister this time – it has another goal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gardai fear New IRA bomb blitz after feud killing: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Decision to 'ban' banner unfurling at Water Street lambasted: Portadown Times

Ninth person charged over Easter disorder: The News Letter

Ex-IRA man Henry 'Harry' Fitzsimons beats Mafia fraud extradition: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Boston College oral history project continues to haunt (Apr 29): Irish Voice/

Former Troubles prisoners need help to 'civilianise' (Apr 29): The Irish Times
Cormac Campbell

Bus heroes deserve to be remembered: Belfast Telegraph

A saint or sinner? The curious contradiction of Mother Teresa (Apr 26): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Hopkins

Fine Gael-Fianna Fáil deal brings welcome stability to Dublin: The News Letter

Belfast writer ribs 'non-culture minister' Carál Ní Chuilín in new play: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Abortion is the most serious matter that will face Sormont lawmakers (Apr 22): Irish News
Martin O'Brien

No hint of sectarianism in Rising leaders' independence struggle: Irish Catholic
Martin Mansergh

Catholic Church pair to walk 280km for CoI: The News Letter

Two churches but one community (Apr 29): Irish News

Educate Together rejects Catholic 'self-harm' warning (Apr 30): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Catholic Church's influence over Irish hospital medicine persists (Apr 26): The Irish Times
Claire Hogan

Social media a new weapon to attack gardaí – GRA (Apr 27): RTE

The Gaeltacht must be broken and remade to save Irish (Apr 27): The Irish Times
Conchúr Ó Giollagáin and Brian Ó Curnáin

Historic peace gardens attract year-round visitors: Sligo Weekender
Alan Finn

Michael D doesn't speak for us, as he should, but speaks for himself (Apr 3): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Brexit would diminish UK's sovereignty, warns Bruton: The News Letter

EU 'remain' motion defeated at council's monthly meeting: Newtownabbey Times

Brexit would threaten workers' rights in Northern Ireland, says union leader: Belfast Telegraph

Church of England Calls on God to Help 'Brexit' Voters (Apr 26): New York Times
Steven Erlanger

Brexit would be a victory for xenophobes: Daily Telegraph
Simon Tilford

Brexit and the Ireland question: Sunday Independent


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