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Thursday, May 31

IRA speaks out on decommissioning: BBC

IRA arms dumps secure, inspectors say: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

IRA arms check 'just a gimmick': Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Trimble rejects IRA arms claim: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

IRA gesture strengthens Sinn Fein's hand in talks: Irish Independent

Arms inspection lifts prospects for deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arms and the poll: Irish Independent

Arms progress is welcome: Irish News

A forgotten battleground: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

McGuinness likely to take seat: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Unionist tensions increase around Robinson's seat: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

McGuinness's faith: Electronic Telegraph

DUP would force renegotiation of Belfast Agreement: UTV Internet

F&M showed devolution worked - bishop: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

SDLP on Trimble: UTV Internet

Nationalist vote catching up: Irish Voice
Niall O'Dowd

North Prepares For Elections: The Irish Times

A major test of party strengths: Belfast Telegraph (May 30)

Election intimidation: Irish Echo

Irish interest across the spectrum: Irish Post
Martin Doyle, Jon Myles and Ronan McGreevy

Irish voters to play a key role in future of many MPs: The Irish Times (May 30)
Rachel Donnelly

Jewel in the Unionist crown is up for grabs: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

The grim list of sins with must cleanse: Belfast Telegraph (May 30)
Eric Waugh

Using accord to build a Protestant 'bridge': The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Five more 'secret soldiers' who joined IRA say MoD abandoned them: The Guardian
Nick Hopkins

Cowen favours North/South forum: The Irish Times
Onora Brassill

MacStiofain: one man's psychopath: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Tireless bigot's bigot is loveable rogue in our Times: Sunday Business Post (May 27)
Damien Kiberd

Gardaí accuse man of being IRA weapons master: Irish Examiner
Seán O’Driscoll

Order seeks inquiry into Wright murder: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Why UK Observer should revisit Harlem memorial: Irish Voice

Cox lambasts Adams over opposition to Nice Treaty: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Peace Process provides grounds for Treaty yes vote: UTV Internet

Wednesday, May 30

'I like doing the job because I have the power to change things': Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Possible softening of DUP's hardline stance: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Government will change Police Act says McGuinness: UTV Internet

Party's pioneers know no bounds: Belfast Telegraph (May 29)
Malachi O'Doherty

UKUP leader forecasts victory over Trimble: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Unionists fight it out: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Voters lead candidates up the garden path: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Trimble will not resign as First Minister, says McGuinness: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Trimble risks all on gamble: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Two issues facing the Ulster voters: Belfast Telegraph (May 29)
Steven King

Poll pressure is a hard slog for North leaders: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Sinn Féin in power is ‘a battle a day’: (May 28)

Parties pushing for tactical voting to shore up accord: Irish Independent

Voter apathy is democracy's foe: Belfast Telegraph (May 29)

Wishing the women well: Irish News

Parties look to post-election talks: BBC

McGuinness demands removal of army bases: Irish News
Simon Doyle

LVF issues plea for bullet-proof vests: Irish News
Billy Foley

Trimble worried over clashes in town: Belfast Telegraph (May 29)

Ignore MoD’s shots at boring us to death: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Police to quiz SF poll man: Belfast Telegraph (May 29)
Darwin Templeton

British 'slow' to co-operate with probe into bombings: Irish Independent
Geraldine Collins

Pledge on bombings: The Irish Times
Rachel Donnelly

Northern Ireland VC Investment Set to Increase: Toronto Insider
Andrea Nichols

Tuesday, May 29

Heat turned up in West Tyrone election campaign: UTV Internet

SF denies attacks on Rodgers team: The Irish Times
Michael Bradley

The lottery in West Tyrone: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Robinson favourite to take honours: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

Four ladies-in-waiting set to defy odds in NI poll: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

DUP accused on risk of splitting unionist vote: The Irish Times
Michael Bradley

Line dancing enters the political arena: UTV Internet

Paisley expected to top the poll again: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

On the hustings: Irish News
Anne Madden

Trimble Runs High-Stakes Campaign in N. Ireland: Los Angeles Times (May 28)
Marjorie Miller

Trimble faces gospel of the abominable 'No men': The Times
Christopher Walker

Big Ian turns on charm in Trimble's heartland: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

Trimble for upper bann: The Times

Alliance finds middle ground risky place: The Irish Times

Sinn Fein calls for Dail seats: Irish News
Simon Doyle

US senators to assess progress of peace: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Secret agent in Real IRA 'used e-mails': Irish Independent
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Loyalist feud fear as terrorist is shot dead in pub: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Finucane brother welcomes editorial: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Police used plastic bullets in life-threatening situations: UTV Internet

Ominous sign on road to Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph (May 28)

Airbrushing the past will achieve little: Irish News
Dennis Bradley

Gardai plan major changes on border: Sunday Business Post (May 27)
Barry O'Kelly

British and Irish forces ‘may unite’: Irish News
William Graham

Laughed out of court: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Golf comes to interface area: UTV Internet

The second prison: Sunday Business Post (May 27)
Niall Stanage

Cardinal's sensitivity gains new respect for church: The Irish Times
Seán Ó Conaill

Monday, May 28

Ulster's Trimble cuts risky political deal: Washington Times
Martin Sieff

Bitter fight to halt Sinn Fein's advance: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Republicans play dirty in battle for soul of nationalism: The Sunday Times (May 27)
Liam Clarke and Vincent Kearney

Wilson hopes to do damage to 'Almost safe' UUP seat: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Lady Hermon hopes gin and Jag brigade will back Good Friday: The Sunday Times (May 27)
Chris Ryder

'You'll get our votes': The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

No surprises in the Mournes: Irish News
Simon Doyle

South Antrim battle between 2 varieties of 'No' candidates: (from Sunday Tribune, May 27)
Ed Moloney

Sectarian divide pushes Tories and socialists to the margins: The Sunday Times (May 27)
Vincent Kearney

SDLP man goes offshore in effort to gain Rathlin votes: The Irish Times
Róisín Ingle

Poll results may not be reflected in vote: (from Sunday Tribune, May 27)
Ed Moloney

Real IRA accused of planting grenade at police station: The Independent
Anna Whitney

Riots in Portadown threaten peace: The Scotsman
John Innes

Call for calm after Ulster violence: The Times
Christopher Walker

Government seeks report on riots: The Irish Times
Denis Coghlan and Chris Anderson

Riot guilt: Irish Independent

A matter of plain sense: Irish News

Clinton 'optimistic' about peace in NI: BBC

Unsolved Murders in Ulster: New York Times

The fruits of listening will benefit us all: Irish News
Roy Garland

Loyalist anger as killer's art is banned: The Sunday Times (May 27)
Vincent Kearney

Cruise O'Brien 'hopeful' RTE will air shelved interview: Irish Independent
Niamh Hooper

Paper challenged over gender bias: Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

March in memory of Maze prisoners: Glasgow Herald
Valerie Hannah

O'Donoghue to rule out inquiry into arms crisis: The Sunday Times (May 27)
Brian Dowling

Sunday, May 27

In villages in north, fighting could 'explode': Boston Herald
Jim Dee

UUP starts credible fightback: BBC

Policing deal close claims Hume: UTV Internet

Militarism still shapes Sinn Féin: Sunday Independent

A funeral can't kill off Adams's hypocrisy: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Lawyers' views on RUC sought: BBC

It's time to face up to our history: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Family targeted with pipe bomb: BBC

Election broadcasts don't really put us in the picture: Ireland on Sunday
Anne Cadwallader

Anti-terrorist commercials launched: UTV Internet

Rioting follows Orange march: BBC

Omagh victims' claims spurned: Ireland on Sunday
Anton McCabe

Attacking Church over Celia is sadly misguided: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Saturday, May 26

Unionists keep it in the family: BBC

DUP election challenge: UTV Internet

Unionist showdown likely, Trimble to hold seat: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

SDLP and Sinn Fein in showdown: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

SF: How the West will be won: Irish News
Billy Foley

Trimble takes jeers, in his stride: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Strongholds of unionist votes quietly turning green: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Yes and No camps in battle of babies: The Irish Times

Single currency low on agenda for North: The Irish Times (May 25)
Francess McDonnell

Hume predicts substantial gains: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Terrorists 'plan election bombs': Electronic Telegraph
John Steele

Real IRA backers challenge ban: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns

Support up for all-Ireland Republic: Irish Examiner

Fewer confident of a long term peace: Belfast Telegraph (May 25)

Clinton visit ‘hijacked by nationalists’: Irish News
Julie Flanagan

Clinton's visit not enough to save ailing peace deal: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Bill Clinton enjoys our deep gratitude: Irish News
James Kelly

Clinton's message of hope for peace: Belfast Telegraph (May 25)

SF blast Quinn over Dail comments: UTV Internet

Why Nuremberg put me in mind of the Provos: Belfast Telegraph (May 25)
Lindy McDowell

McGuinness meets lawyers re Bloody Sunday: UTV Internet

Shanaghan family call for inquiry: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'No Church-State rift' says Ahern: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Thousands flock to St Therese's Irish roadshow: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Friday, May 25

US prepares N Ireland initiative: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns

June still arms deadline — Reid: UTV Internet

SF aims to be largest party on Belfast council: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Sinn Fein launch manifesto: UTV Internet

North's election holds surprises in store for all: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Divisions dent hopes of pro-agreement parties: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Donaldson is ‘quietly confident’ of seat: Irish News
Kieran McDaid

SDLP minister is favourite across sectarian divide: Irish Independent
John Devine

Shadow of the bomb still hangs over West Tyrone: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Clinton backs bomb survivors' action against Real IRA: The Independent
David McKittrick

NI honours for Clinton: BBC

When the propaganda falls flat:
Des Wilson

Tighter scrutiny on killings in Ulster: Electronic Telegraph
Rachel Sylvester

Vigilantes Grow Stronger: The Irish Times

The real facts of the matter:

Victims families hit out over compensation: UTV Internet

Fury at Stormont snub for victims:

RUC officers' stress claims could cost millions: The Times
Christopher Walker

Boost for police reform: Belfast Telegraph (May 24)

Kirk will tackle religious bigotry: The Times (May 24)
Gillian Harris

Adams rated higher than Paisley: Belfast Telegraph (May 24)
Noel McAdam

Adams dismisses UUP document: UTV Internet

No vote last chance for neutrality - RSF: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Bloody Sunday Para named: The Times
Audrey Magee

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Soldiers 'laughed as victim manhandled': The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

Witness says cries were from vehicle with bodies: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Witness saw soldier firing shots: UTV Internet

Thursday, May 24

Peace Pact May Be at Stake in Northern Ireland Vote: Washington Post
T. R. Reid

Voters support arms handover, poll shows: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Poll gauntlet is thrown to DUP: Belfast Telegraph (May 23)
Noel McAdam

McCartney sees himself as a working-class lad: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

East Belfast profile: Belfast Telegraph (May 23)

West Belfast's biggest issue?: BBC

Newcomer oozes confidence on campaign: The Irish Times
Róisín Ingle

Wilson bids for ‘fortress’ UUP seat: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Blair to give Ulster a miss: Belfast Telegraph (May 23)

Mitchell 'encouraged' by poll results: BBC

Talk and walk is Drumcree call: Belfast Telegraph (May 23)
Chris Thornton

Nationalists girding for election battle: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Getting rid of weapons: Belfast Telegraph (May 23)

Vision is required to save the North from a vacuum: Irish Post
Kevin McNamara

Daring to look on the bright side: The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Row erupts over Sinn Fein meeting: UTV Internet

Ministers reject Trimble criticism of talks in Dublin: The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

Loose talk costs votes: Irish Independent

Corkman in charge as Real IRA threat remains: Irish Examiner
Conor Keane

Officer’s admission ‘shocked’ journalist: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Omagh letter changes Clinton plans: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Clinton's praises NI peace progress: CNN

Row over Clinton's Derry visit: BBC

Clinton plea for peace: The Times
Christopher Walker

Irish thank Clinton for his part in the peace: The Independent
David McKittrick

Dixon hits out at Clinton centre plans: UTV Internet

Clinton: His role in Northern Ireland: BBC
Dominic Casciani

Derry appeals to Clinton to help promote investment: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Exiles and OTRs: Irish Echo

'If they can do it in NI you can do it in Middle East': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Clashes feared at UVF parade: Irish News
Liz Trainor

North church leader backs Bertie and Celia: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

‘Triumph of bad taste’: Irish Post

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Killings led teachers to 'withdraw oath to Queen': UTV Internet

Inquiry hears more civilian evidence: BBC

More evidence of gunman near edge of Bogside: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Wednesday, May 23

North agreement wins renewed backing in poll: Irish Independent
Chris Thornton and Noel McAdam

Warning to UUP leader over high risk tactics: Belfast Telegraph (May 22)
Noel McAdam

Decommissioning deadline may sink agreement: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

Paisley urges UUP rebels to make positions clear: UTV Internet

Loyalism needs a cultural revival — PUP: Irish News

SDLP prediction at manifesto launch: BBC

Hume pledges tough fight for peace to go on: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

McCartney predicts Trimble demise: UTV Internet

A win for Sylvia Hermon in North Down would be a massive boost for the UUP: Irish Examiner
Katie Hannon

South Belfast profile: Belfast Telegraph (May 22)
Kathryn Torney

Child's play a key issue for 'Nappy Valley' locals: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Like living with a lover ready to run: Belfast Telegraph (May 22)
Malachi O'Doherty

Where’s the logic in this new politics?: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Every vote will count: Belfast Telegraph (May 22)

We need PR for all polls: Irish News

'Punishment' shootings, beatings rise sharply: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Family ‘being targeted by IRA’: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Antisocial ways will cost SF votes - Adams: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

NI honours for Clinton: BBC

Marking the contribution to peace: Irish Independent

Members envisage 'Clinton Avenue': The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Newspaper loses its libel verdict appeal: Irish News
Mike Taylor

Fenian hater (15) told to stay out of town: Irish Independent

Internet site welcomes spies in from the cold: Belfast Telegraph (May 22)
Darwin Templeton

Adams campaigns against Treaty: UTV Internet

Major study to help victims of NI Troubles: BBC

Pope and Dr Daly discuss NI peace: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Lawyers seek Official IRA material: BBC

The blackmailers: The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

Press prevented filming at Bloody Sunday: UTV Internet

Tuesday, May 22

Peace deal dominates poll race: BBC

Trimble stands by resignation ultimatum: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

DUP row over SDLP election video: UTV Internet

Even dogs in street can spot compromisers: The Irish Times
Roisin Ingle

Alliance pullout hits McCartney hopes: Irish Independent

Trimble scores coup against McCartney: The Irish Times

Hermon aims to pull `silent' unionist majority in North Down: Sunday Business Post (May 20)
Maol Muire Tynan

Decisive Labour win would help both governments deal with North crisis: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

If wisdom comes with age, we're in for a treat: Belfast Telegraph (May 21)
Gail Walker

Northern election too close to call: Sunday Business Post (May 20)
Tom McGurk

SF accused of vigilantism for political gain: Irish Examiner
Caroline O’Doherty

Clinton eager to continue with Ulster peace role: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

And then along came Bill . . .: Irish Independent
Kathy Donaghy

Blair and Clinton could sink Ulster's chance for peace: Electronic Telegraph
Paul Bew

Clinton charisma can still count: Belfast Telegraph (May 21)

Patten can turn fantasy into reality: Irish News
Briedge Gadd

Doherty calls for all-Ireland court: UTV Internet

Lord mayor in suspension row: BBC

Hit out at loyalist websites says Dallat: UTV Internet

Residents tell of ‘misery’: Irish News
Kieran McDaid and Liz Trainor

Adams attends MacStiofain funeral: UTV Internet

An Irishman's Diary
Kevin Myers

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Reporter relives day when soldiers took aim: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Journalist believes army used him for stories: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

My tainted days: The Guardian
Simon Winchester

Monday, May 21

Alliance and UUP let slip opportunity for pact: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Unionist manifesto slates Blair and Mallon: Irish Independent
John Devine

Burnside walks tightrope: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Nationalist vote wooed in a pincer movement: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

View of Hume victory may see low voter turnout: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

The choice is yours: (May 18)
Billy Mitchell

Dual contest welcomed by the main parties: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Those double standard blues :
Danny Morrison

Irish rebel backers gather at pub: Chicago Sun Times (May 20)
Abdon M. Pallasch

Finucane family seeks inquiry after confession of RUC collusion: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Loyalism and the quest for political status: Irish News
Roy Garland

McGuiness at Mac Stiofain removal: Irish Independent

IRA man was not informer – Kelly: Irish News
John Manley

Clinton flies in to boost Irish peace: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Clinton arrives in the money: The Times
Audrey Magee

Lennon is ever green: The Observer (May 20)
Amy Lawrence

Trimble remarks ‘disgraceful’: Irish News

The day the British declared war on Nationalists: (May 18)
Gearoid O Caireallain

The old United Kingdom is dead; it's time we faced our federal future: The Independent
Timothy Garton Ash

Sunday, May 20

Poll puts Blair on spot over arms: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Robinson claims Trimble stabbed in back: UTV Internet

SDLP-Alliance deal could unseat UUP's Smyth: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Focus on Fermanagh seat: BBC
Stephen Grimason

Millionaire candidate's bid for unity: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

UUP privately concedes that at least 2 seats will be lost to the DUP: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

DUP to emerge as largest Protestant party: Sunday Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Good Friday anger may undo Trimble: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Alliance Party may be killed off by peace process: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

How Major made peace for Ireland: The Sunday Times
John Bruton

UVF shot its own man to stop feud: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Bloody Sunday activist blasts Brits on tribunal: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Irish lawyers laughing all the way to the bank: Sunday Independent
Sinead Grennan

Death of the Englishman who led the Provisionals: The Observer
John Hunter

MacStiofain informed on IRA rivals to garda : The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Mural to IRA 'peacemakers' is condemned: The Observer
Jack Holland and Henry McDonald

Mansergh is more than an Uncle Tom: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

A dumbed-down Church-State clash: Sunday Independent
Gene Kerrigan

Irish set to say yes to Nice Treaty: UTV Internet

SF and a stopped clock school of foreign policy: Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

Clinton in Ireland for golf and £100,000 paycheque: The Sunday Times
Maeve Sheehan and John Mooney

Saturday, May 19

Dissidents attack NI army base: BBC

Backers of Real IRA unfazed by U.S. ban: Baltimore Sun (May 18)

Truth haunts `Real IRA': Boston Herald (May 18)

IRA involvement claimed in Londonderry blast: UTV Internet

Ahern in 'war' swipe at SF, IRA position: Irish Independent
Chris Glennon and Tom Brady

Trimble backs Walker despite united Ireland comment: UTV Internet

Parties meet to maximise unionist vote: Irish Independent
John Devine

Door-stepping in Peter and Iris territory: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

RSF set to make candidate decision: Irish News

West Tyrone - Border Battle: Belfast Telegraph (May 18)
Chris Thornton

Dixon decision Monday: UTV Internet

Only alliance of parties can upset DUP: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Could the answer be in tactics?: Belfast Telegraph (May 18)
Nicholas Whyte

Ticket to ride last train to nowhere: Irish News
James Kelly

Northern elections: Irish Independent

A priority for all candidates: Irish News

RUC informers among Nelson murder suspects: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

A Death Foretold: The Guardian
Beatrix Campbell

Summons for Finucane witness: BBC

Trimble presses for collusion inquiry: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Ousted IRA leader MacStiofáin dies: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Seán MacStiofáin: The Independent

Londoner who led the IRA: BBC

Adams leads tributes as Mac Stiofain dies: Irish Independent
Frank Khan

Clinton returns to Ireland tomorrow: The Irish Times
Gillian Ní Cheallaigh

Inquiry intelligence reports ‘dangerous’: Irish News
Ruth O'Reilly

Derry probe to cost £150m : Irish Independent

Ahern upsets Irish clergy: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Joy that turned to pain and recriminations: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

History again repeating itself as tragedy and farce: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Anti-dance church leaders ‘stepping out of line’: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

--------- 1970 Arms Trial ---------

No need now for another arms trial inquiry: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Friday, May 18

UUP manifesto 'tough on weapons': BBC

DUP urge Trimble to quit: UTV Internet

DUP call for Dixon to come back: BBC

Donaldson vows to take nothing for granted: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Burnside denies party disquiet: Irish News
Neil McKnight

Trimble puts pressure on Alliance: UTV Internet

Faithful gather for Trimble launch: Belfast Telegraph(May 17)
Ian Hill

Trimble's party won't be routed, says Mallon: Irish Independent

SDLP hopes to even score against SF: The Irish Times

Sinn Fein anger over bomb: Belfast Telegraph (May 17)
Smyth Harper

Unionism shows its true political colours:

Office space for republican MPs?: BBC

Bloody Sunday intelligence clash: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Saville concerned on delays posed by files: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Haass, confirmed by Senate, goes right to work: Irish Echo

Canon McKelvey praises McGuinness: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Events mark bombing anniversary: BBC

Bombing evidence delays inquiry report: Irish Examiner
Martin Barry

Tenuous link: Bobby, they hardly know ye: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Hunger strike changed North's political landscape: Irish Echo
John Kelly

Shankill Butchers robbed me of my best friend...:

Church brands line-dancing 'sinful': BBC

Cardinal shooting from the hip:
Des Wilson

Thursday, May 17

U.S. Acts to Curb 'Real IRA' Funds: Washington Post
T.R. Reid

Real IRA designated terrorists: Electronic Telegraph
Toby Harnden

Real IRA declared a terrorist group: Boston Globe
John Donnelly

Omagh relatives welcome RIRA ban: Irish News
Sharon O'Neill

Who are the Real IRA?: BBC

Shutting down the cash pipeline to the Real IRA: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Outlawing the killers: Irish Independent

The dissidents have no mandate: Irish News

Outlawing of Real IRA by United States was essential: Irish Examiner

Bomb found near army base: BBC

Attack shows need for vigilance: Belfast Telegraph (May 16)

Walker left red-faced after television appearance: UTV Internet

DUP man hints at surprise candidate: BBC

Trimble denounces dirty tricks in election campaign: UTV Internet

Trimble says he can do business with Blair: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Women line up for tilt at Westminster: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

PUP MLA ‘remains in favour of GFA’: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Mallon looks certain,others look ahead: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Scots mist?: Belfast Telegraph (May 16)
Eric Waugh

Ken Reid political analysis: UTV Internet

Voting by nationalists key to seats: The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Just whose rules are we playing by?: Irish News
Jude Collins

Army spies who want to come in from the cold: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

'The payments stopped and the phone numbers I had been given went dead': Electronic Telegraph

Arrests amid loyalist feud fears: UTV Internet

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Kevin Myers

C of I Synod hears call for action on Drumcree: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Paisley draws line at dancing: The Times
Christopher Walker

Yee-haw! Paisley bid to pluck lusty line dancers from the jaws of Hell: Belfast Telegraph (May 16)
Eamonn McCann

Threat of legal action hangs over Bloody Sunday group: UTV Internet

--------- Bloody Sunday News - May 17 ---------

Professor tells inquiry that army started gun battle: UTV Internet

Journalist recalls Bloody Sunday: BBC

Reporter denies was seen as 'intelligence asset': The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

--------- 1970 Arms Trial ---------

Arms crisis files not destroyed, says Ahern: Irish Examiner
Liam O'Neill

Wednesday, May 16

Suspected attack on army base: BBC

Bush gets tough with ban on the Real IRA: Electronic Telegraph
Toby Harnden

Real terrorists: Electronic Telegraph

Candidate alleges unionist smear: BBC

Reid he will act against any group breaking ceasefire: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Violence 'no effect' on PUP vote: UTV Internet

PUP owes us clarification: Irish News

Trimble dubs DUP manifesto 'feeble': BBC

Gloves off as rival unionists get ready for election battle: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Trimble shoulders a heavy burden: Belfast Telegraph (May 15)
Steven King

Message of moderation for North's election: The Irish Times
Alison Healy

'Agreement' not up for discussion: UTV Internet

Drumcree 'haunts Church of Ireland': BBC

Eames warning over pace of police reform: Belfast Telegraph (May 15)
Noel McAdam

SDLP and Sinn Fein vie for north Belfast seat: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

'Patten' policing will be delivered says Mallon: UTV Internet

Hume hits positive tone in call for real politics: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

Ex-UDR man's murder conviction appeal: UTV Internet

Change is a process, not an event: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Seminar told wrong attitudes affect trade: The Irish Times

The Cardinal and Ms. Celia Larkin: Belfast Telegraph (May 15)

--------- Bloody Sunday News - May 16 ---------

Bloody Sunday shootings 'set off decades of killing': Electronic Telegraph

I will never forgive the British government, says McAliskey: Irish Examiner
Ruth O’Reilly

Possible use of security evidence will be opposed: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

--- 1970 Arms Trial ---

Major gap to emerge in arms crisis records: Irish Independent
Chris Glennon