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Monday, May 31

Orde under fire over amnesty bid: UTV Internet

Hope in the North: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

Attack wasn't 'authorised': Sunday Life (May 30)

King Changing His Mind?: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Pledge to seize Slab's funds: Sunday Independent (May 23)
Alan Murray

Probe call into Slab's fortune: Sunday Life (May 30)

What Made Us Distinct: The Blanket
Tommy Gorman

IRA closes in on Scrap 2: Sunday Life (May 30)

Parties in a flap over flag: Belfast Telegraph (May 28)
Sarah Brett

Speaking up for the victims of Omagh: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com
John Crowley

Real IRA's 'dirty' protest in prison is sweet and neat: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

I still want an apology Martin: Sunday Life (May 30)

Irish victim's relatives protest Iraq deaths: Irish World

Memorial Mass to honor Irishman's sacrifice: Rockland Journal News (May 20)
Sulaiman Beg

Whole new ballgame in Belfast: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Restricted franchise: The Observer (May 30)
Henry McDonald

ID card chief addresses Irish community concerns: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Sunday, May 30

Keep up pressure on Columbia, says campaigners: UTV Internet

Trimble agrees to Paisley talks: BBC

Co-operation dilemma for unionists: BBC
Mark Devenport

Hard times ahead in Europe?: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Not much change in run-up to Euro poll: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Loyalist feud reaches an uneasy truce: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Orde calls for equal truth process: BBC

Morrison joins citizenship fight: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Referendum caters to worst, not best, in all of us: Irish Independent (May 27)
William Binchy

Singing hello, Mary Lou, goodbye past: Sunday Independent
Mary Leland

Phwoar! It's Lady S but poll babes don't always hold sway: Belfast Telegraph (May 26)
Steven King

There's something about Sinn Fein's Mary Lou, who's tipped to be the 'next big thing': Irish Independent (May 29)

Dissidents use video link to beat ban in US: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

SFs Irish Language Plea 'Naive': The News Letter (May 28)

Killer Agent Sells House: (from The People)
Sinead King

IRSP threat to sue the family of INLA victim: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Debate over 'paramilitary' notices: BBC (May 27)

Derry council head hopes for fresh start: Belfast Telegraph (May 28)
Brendan McDaid

'No need to share power': (from the Irish News, May 28)
Marie Louise McCrory

Creating respect for both traditions: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Troubles' Mental Health: The News Letter (May 28)

PSNI vow on graves service: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Saturday, May 29

Ahern in talks with Colombian leader: BBC

Colombian President 'to act over detained Irish trio': UTV Internet

War Of Words Round Two: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Neutrality must be key to Irish approach, says Adams: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

S.F. - close Shannon to U.S. troops: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

SF claim Government missed EU Presidency opportunities: Irish Examiner (May 25)
Dan McGinn

Clock Ticking On Loyalist Violence: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Loyalist group says conflict over: BBC

NI 'terror dossier compiled on feuding loyalists': UTV Internet

PUP calls for inquiry into killing of teens: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Leaving 'Sectarian Debate' Behind: The News Letter

Cowen hits out at attacks on SDLP: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

Sinn Féin calls on Church leader to 'recognise equality': (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Real IRA case referred: BBC

Slipshod NIO leaves scum 'licensed' to kill: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Legal Loophole An Injustice To RIRA Victims: The News Letter
Editorial

Loyalist Flute Band Offers To Reroute March: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Reconciliation process must find its roots with the victims, urges Dr Tutu: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Computer Enhanced?: The Blanket (May 17)
George Young

€9m aid fund for victims of terror: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Victims' loss must be fully recognised: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Derry Hungerstriker Remembered: Derry Journal (May 26)

Has the hatred gone?: The Herald (May 27)
Rebecca McQuillan

Friday, May 28

Paramilitary/political links not being tackled says McGrady: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Police want secrecy around killings: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ulster may get 'truth commission': The Guardian
Tom Happold

North moves to face its past: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Consultation on Troubles legacy begins: UTV Internet

Victims To Voice Pain: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

New buzz phrase in the lexicon of peace: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

LVF urged to disband after family bomb attack: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Unionist politicians urged to intervene in bid to stop loyalist feud: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn & Gary Kelly

Loyalist feud hotel bill: BBC

Area 'On The Verge Of Another Holy Cross': The News Letter

Minister promises to close Real IRA's legal loophole: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Terror law must be amended fast: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Hunger strike threat at NI jail: UTV Internet

Protestant Uncertainty: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Catholics 'must take account of Protestant fears': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Group angry at invitation: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Council Hoists The Flag Again - 18 Months On: The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

Citizenship vote – We need time to get this right: Irish Examiner
Editorial

A lot riding on European elections: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Ireland is on the move - but where to?: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Catholics 'more prone to illness': BBC

Ulster Scots' Eagle fails to take off: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Thursday, May 27

Devolution efforts 'will intensify': BBC

Amateurism reigns in IMC 'non entity': (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Sinn Fein poised to cash in on Paisley and Hume: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Hayes

DUP rapped for 'top of poll' focus: Belfast Telegraph

Wearing neither green nor orange: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Cash claims probe urged in Commons: UTV Internet

Three held over loyalist killing as 'turf war' tension mounts: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Efforts to end loyalist feud: BBC

Ervine stand on loyalist feud queried: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Family uninjured in bomb attack: BBC

Thugs Who Hide Behind A Cause: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Squalid row must be reined: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Feud brings fear factor to the streets: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Right Time To Lance Boil Of Paramilitarism: The News Letter
Editorial

Omagh families outraged after judge rules Real IRA not illegal: The Herald
Cameron Simpson

UK to appeal Belfast judge's decision: RTE

Orangemen Bid To Raise Awareness: The News Letter

Protestants 'fear erosion of unionism': Irish Independent
David Quinn

Fly The Flag: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Sectarian attacks on Lennon condemned: Belfast Telegraph

No need for peace process journalism: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Killer Stone loses £5,000 in royalties: Sunday Life (May 23)
Stephen Breen

Derry is on the threshold of a new era, says Hume: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Edinburgh braced for republican parade: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Wednesday, May 26

Bertie detects 'readiness to achieve peace': Irish Independent
Geraldine Collins

Ahern - opposition were not told of McCabe deal: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

All-Ireland Green Party 'a real alternative to tribal politics': Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Ervine In LVF Collusion Claim: The News Letter

Security boost to tackle loyalist gun feud: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Loyalist feud 'could escalate': BBC

Violence at final indicated tensions: Sunday Life (May 23)

Church rules out challenge to Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

PSNI rejects joint patrols call: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Mounting pressure on poll proposal: Irish Independent
Senan Molony and Gene McKenna

Vote Unionist Or It Will Be A Disaster For Us: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

DUP sound warning on transfers: BBC

I Will Never Do Business With SF In Europe, Vows Allister: The News Letter

Trimble appoints former rivals to top posts: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

A mature SF head on young shoulders: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee and Mary Dundon

Colombia Three case — no NUJ probe: (from the Irish News, May 8)
Maeve Connolly

Omagh as reality TV is sad reflection of troubled times: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Real IRA Trial Told Of Police Collusion: The News Letter

How sport can beat the politics: Belfast Telegraph
Paul McErlean

Republican daily tabloid set for launch: (from the Irish News, May 24)
Gary McDonald

Informer Reported To Have Died In England: The News Letter (May 24)

Derry Group Appeals For Murder Witnesses: Derry Journal

Loyalists 'planned revenge massacre': Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, May 25

Belfast bomb signals rising tension in loyalist feud: The Independent
David McKittrick

Bomb attack as feud escalates: UTV Internet

We Don't Want Mad Dog: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster And Gemma Murray

Loyalists forced to flee feud are put up in luxury hotel: Irish Independent

No One Is Above Arm Of The Law: The News Letter
Editorial

Robinson in UUP attack: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'Outside Chance of Two Non-Unionist MEPs': The Scotsman
Dan McGinn

Sinn Féin eyes first European seat: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

SF in line for first Euro seat as vote surges: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

McDaid - McDowell hurting FF campaign: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill and Fionnán Sheahan

Cooperation key says Nicholson: BBC

UUP man in Euro 'realist' campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

McDowell vows 'no IRA deal' to McCabe widow: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Tipping Over Cash Cows: The Blanket
Seaghán Ó Murchú

Top spy named to police: UTV Internet

Inquiry to hear a final witness: (from the Irish News, May 22)
Seamus McKinney

Man gets eight years for RIRA membership: RTE

Good may follow Omagh TV drama: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Reports prompt calls for return of Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Warder's dismissal is upheld: Sunday Life (May 23)

Proud Day For The Prison Service: The News Letter (May 17)
Karen Quinn

Evangelicals 'are not free from sins': (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Civil rights group urge No vote in referendum: Irish Examiner
Cormac O’Keeffe

Iraqi photos 'similar to Ulster images': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Orange Order asked to move from green: The Scotsman
John Innes

Monday, May 24

DUP deny block on devolution: Irish Independent

At last the North gets down to real politics: Irish Independent

Let's boycott euro poll vote: Sunday Life (May 16)
Lynda Gilby

Get party activists out, off the backs of voters: Fortnight
Peter Emerson

Prospect of a Sinn Fein mayor is raised by Labour's electoral pact: Sunday Independent (May 23)
Eoghan Williams

Ulster blood, English heart – I am what I am: (from the Irish News, May 20)
Newton Emerson

Slaying a reminder of how far N. Ireland has to go: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Ervine looks for end to loyalist feuds: RTE

Bar massacre revenge plot: Sunday Life (May 23)
Stephen Breen, Ciaran McGuigan and Alan Murray

Arrest 'linked to loyalist feud': BBC

Murder was 'old score' from Billy Wright days: Sunday Life (May 23)

Adair's men behind feud: Sunday Independent (May 23)
Jim Cusack

UVF 'behind blast bomb': BBC

'Loyalist people on their knees': Sunday Life (May 23)

The law is the same for all: (from the Irish News, May 22)
Editorial

Colombia wife to stand for SF: The Sunday Times (May 23)
Siobhan Maguire

'Provo' Witnesses Tried To 'Exploit' Saville: Derry Journal (May 21)

Omagh dad - I'll meet RIRA: Sunday Life (May 23)
Stephen Breen

Clear majority to support proposal on citizenship: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Sunday, May 23

SDLP warns serious political talks could be a year away: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Standing up to the Provos and by the true Republic: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

McDaid backs all-Ireland crime agency: UTV Internet

Crime and the Provos - the frightening facts and figures: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

McCabe controversy – Dilemma for Ahern over poll findings: Irish Examiner (May 22)
Editorial

Enter Baron Munchausen McDowell: Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

This Orange 'culture' even scares Protestants: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Nationalist Council May Support Orange Order: Derry Journal (May 21)

Adair stokes loyalist feuds: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Bomb was 'substantial device': BBC

Double Standards: Derry Journal (May 21)
Editorial

Many changes but a long and winding road lies ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Immigration court rules against Ferry plea: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Republicans to stage dirty protest: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

Sporting model for co-operation: BBC
Mark Devenport

IRA man defects from SF to Euro hopeful Barrett: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Williams

Hume's anger over the 'neglect of Derry': Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Easter Week in Derry and the Lazarus Complex: The Blanket (Apr 21)
Eamon Sweeney

A question of leadership: Belfast Telegraph

Celtic fans write - Let us be Irish: (from The People, May 16)
Greg Harkin

A writer's writer: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Saturday, May 22

Adams warns of 'freefalling' process: BBC

Sinn Fein To Challenge Imc: Derry Journal

Moves to normalise 'should go ahead': (from the Irish News, May 20)
William Graham

Adams Is A Crook - MP: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

McDowell warns SF candidates: Irish Examiner
Mary Dundon

Land 'Poisoned By Provo Waste': The News Letter

Keep McCabe killers in jail, says poll: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee, Fionnán Sheahan and Michael O'Farrell

UUP Talking Nonsense - Robinson: The News Letter

Talk of truth panel proving controversial: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

UU To Investigate Truth Recovery: Derry Journal

Burning issues behind the embers: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

LVF Denies Threatening PUP: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Top judge raps cops over inquest delay: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Britain 'in bid to halt Finucane inquiry': Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Prison bosses clamp down on Real IRA over rules protest: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Portlaoise Prison And Compassionate Parole: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Police reserve axe will cost £100m claim DUP: UTV Internet

PDs make dummy run in Sinn Fein garb: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Irish immigration plan is criticised: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Greens push for debate on citizenship vote: Irish Examiner
Louise Hogan

Sinn Fein row re-ignites: Down Democrat

Why we had to make a film about Omagh: Irish Independent
Daniel Rosenthal

Bloody Sunday Film In Major US Festival: Derry Journal (May 18)

Warrington grave ruling angers IRA victim's dad: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

Murals gain 'tourist attraction' status: (from the Irish News, May 20)
Seamus McKinney

Friday, May 21

Feuding loyalists urged to step back from the brink: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Morgan Offers Help To Avert Loyalist Feud: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Long history of loyalists feuding: BBC
Brian Rowan

Families blame police as loyalist murder probe collapses: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

NIO To Meet Terror Chiefs: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Taoiseach and President receive knighthoods for peace efforts: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Paisley Asks Colombia To Retain Three: The News Letter
Clare Weir

One of our MLAs is missing - Wells: Down Democrat

Challenge over Patten packages: Belfast Telegraph

SF says PSNI luring informers: Newry Democrat

SDLP calls for cross-border CAB to target IRA: Irish Examiner
Chris Parkin

Crime probe demand on SF leaders: UTV Internet

SDLP angry with SF: Belfast Telegraph

A festival is better than a fire: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Regulations can cool bonfire down: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Responsibility Must Not Go Up In Smoke: The News Letter (May 18)
Editorial

Church hears plea for troubles victims: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

'A gross example of man's inhumanity': Irish Independent

Inquest jury urges State to re-examine 1974 bombings: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Victims call for public inquiry: UTV Internet

Catholics' fury at government 'spinelessness': (from the Irish News, May 10)
Valerie Robinson

Orange and green areas for city DPP meetings: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

SF slams Top Gear presenter: (from the Irish News, May 18)
Maeve Connolly

'Omagh' humbles IRA spy: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Opposition to 'fascist' rock gig growing: Belfast Telegraph (May 18)

Government in danger of losing citizenship vote: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Bishop worried over Bush summit fall-out: Irish Independent
Sorcha Crowley

Thursday, May 20

Sinn Fein chairman plans to be rid of IRA: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Citizenship vote will damage Good Friday Agreement, says co-author: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Dublin Targets 'IRA Fundraiser': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Sinn Fein to challenge fines: UTV Internet

Indifferent to the cost of careless talk: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Unionism 'Uniting Around DUP': The News Letter

Irish call for men's release: BBC

U.S. fumes over acquittal of reputed IRA members: Washington Times (May 17)
Jerry Seper

Dublin's moral dilemma: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Loyalist Bloodbath Still 'Far From Over': The News Letter
Gemma Murray And Stephen Dempster

UVF-linked PUP silent over murder: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Windsor Park link to murder of loyalist: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey and Sharon O'Neill

When death is just another headline: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Let this be the end of murders: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Loyalists Bring Shame On A Noble Cause: The News Letter
Editorial

Threats Over Bid To Remove Bonfires: The News Letter

NI bid to prevent summer of violence: UTV Internet

Bands 'identifying with loyalist paramilitaries': Belfast Telegraph
Kim Kelly

SDLP calls for all-Ireland crime body: RTE

Cold comfort for southern Prods: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Man gets two IRA charge convictions: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

New details on massacre uncovered: Sunday Life (May 16)
Stephen Breen

Coroner in 1974 bombings inquest had no power to demand evidence from PSNI: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

IRA spy attends Omagh screening: UTV Internet

I begged for a part in Omagh: (from The People, May 16)
Jim Gallagher

Sectarianism bigger problem than racism, MSP claims: The Herald (May 19)
Robbie Dinwoodie

Wednesday, May 19

Ahern denies Adams claim on McCabe killers: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

'Do not allow unionists to delay delivery of GFA': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

DUP Blamed For Political Impasse: The News Letter

Blair IRA amnesty plan to kick-start Assembly: (from The People, May 16)
Joe Oliver

Onus on IRA to show 'war' over: Irish Examiner
Editorial

No objection to army base downgrading: (from the Irish News, May 13)
Sharon O'Neill

'Ulster Unionists jumping ship': UTV Internet

No IRA cash funding for candidates, says Adams: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Loyalist killed in ambush: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Stone held over Mad Dog murder plot: Sunday Life (May 16)
Stephen Breen

Loyalist Denials Now 'Ring Hollow': Derry Journal

Paramilitaries Ready For Long, Hot Summer: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Age old conflict: The Guardian
Laura Haydon

Residency ruling backs referendum move, says McDowell: Irish Examiner

Why we have to close citizenship loophole: Irish Independent
Mary Hanafin

Omagh's Tragedy Hasn't Ended Yet: (from The People, May 16)
Michael Gallagher

McGuinness challenges Orde over pipe bomb find: UTV Internet

'Punishment Squads' Up The Ante: Derry Journal

Why you can forget Ulster as a guide in the war on terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Dennis Kennedy

PSNI in 'gagging order' bid: UTV Internet

Real IRA condemned: Belfast Telegraph

Man who denied Real IRA charge is found guilty: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Forum talks aim to end sectarian clashes: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

PM Is Ignoring Ulster's Grief On Arms From Libya: The News Letter

Paisley's Church out to convert priests: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Thought for the weekend — Our shared history: Belfast Telegraph (May 15)
Walter Lewis

Tuesday, May 18

Watchdog in new plea for paramilitary information: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein just a subservient branch of IRA, says minister: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

McDowell launches fresh attack on Sinn Féin's IRA links: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan

Coalition tries to end McCabe row before elections: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

IRA policing 'shift': Sunday Life (May 16)
Stephen Breen

War Not Over Until The Provos Say So: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Peace At The Crossroads: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

War of words in Derry takes sinister twist: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney and David Gordon

Derry Forum To Discuss Flashpoint Violence: Derry Journal (May 14)

Weapons trawl: Sunday Life (May 16)
Ciaran McGuigan

The Threat Of Violence Still Hangs Over Us: The News Letter
Editorial

You're on your own: Sunday Life (May 16)

Protestant brain drain swings social balance in North: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Pipe bombs defused by Army: BBC

Emotion Behind The Screening Of Omagh: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

A wall isn't necessarily a bad thing: Haaretz (May 17)
Dalia Shehori

Horror of bombings continues for the bereaved and injured: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Bomb victim families mourn their dead 30 years on: Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham

Families attend emotional ceremony: BBC
Shane Harrison

Victims should receive justice: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Jack Holland, Expert On Northern Ireland Conflict, 56, Dies: New York Times
Robert D. McFadden

Old Firm condemns Lennon death threat: The Herald
William Tinning

Monday, May 17

McCabe widow hopes images will end issue of killers' release: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Releasing them won't help democracy: Sunday Independent (May 16)
Willie O'Dea

Citizenship vote – Referendum should be postponed: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Referendum divides country: Sunday Business Post (May 16)
Editorial

Tooled up for terror: Sunday Life (May 16)
Stephen Breen

Weapons find in Dungannon: UTV Internet

Troop transfers could cost lives: Sunday Life (May 16)
Alan Murray

Colombia Three plead for help to leave prison: The Sunday Times (May 16)
Toby Muse and Liam Clarke

Disappeared forever...: Sunday Life (May 16)
Ciaran McGuigan

Basic humanity is family's right: (from the Irish News, May 11)
Editorial

Rights group dismay over inquiries delay: Sunday Life (May 16)
Chris Anderson

Attack sparks new feud fears: Sunday Life (May 16)
Stephen Breen

Academic training for police officers: BBC

SF candidate is 'proud' of his IRA role: Irish Independent (May 13)
Sarah Murphy

Deadly Dublin bombings send strong echo down the decades: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Inquiry sought on anniversary of bombings: Irish Examiner
Louise Hogan

Barron admits errors in bombings report: Sunday Business Post (May 16)
Paul T Colgan

McAleese unveils new monument for bomb victims: Irish Independent
Patsy McArdle

Taoiseach commemorates 1974 bombings: RTE

Anniversary Analysis — Paralysed by politics: Belfast Telegraph (May 15)
Don Anderson

Jean's memorial smashed: Irish Independent

Bomb hoax by hoods makes SF cross: Sunday Life (May 16)

Graffiti death threat to Celtic footballer: The Herald
William Tinning & Graham Spiers

Sunday, May 16

Bring back pledge and no fudging, DUP tell PM: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sf Negotiates For Its Own 'private Interests' - Durkan: Derry Journal (May 14)

DUP looks to the good old bad days: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

UDA Target McGuinness: Derry Journal (May 14)

Bomb attack on prison officer's home: UTV Internet

Irish collusion inquiries 'soon': BBC

McCabe murder photo deepens IRA release crisis: The Observer
Henry McDonald

O'Dea stands firm on killers' release: Limerick Leader (May 15)
Barry Duggan

Public trust is betrayed to placate SF: Sunday Independent
Joseph O'Malley

Decision in McCabe killers' appeal was flawed: Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

Playing politics with Jerry McCabe's killers: Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

Dirty deal: Limerick Leader (May 15)
Editorial

Releasing the McCabe killers: Sunday Business Post
Editorial

DUP drums up dread of Sinn Féin triumph: Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh

What will the neighbours think of us if we elect SF?: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Politics in Command: The Blanket
Liam O Ruairc

Buncrana Mum Describes Omagh Film Pain: Derry Journal (May 14)
Linda Mcgrory

The aftermath: Independent on Sunday
Daniel Rosenthal

Anniversary Analysis — Paralysed by politics: Belfast Telegraph
Don Anderson

I have no regrets says coordinator of protest: (from the Irish News, May 10)
Seamus McKinney

British 'Irresponsibility' Led To 30 Years Of Tragedy: Derry Journal (May 14)

Learning lessons from 30 years ago: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

RUC denied bomb van was in city: Irish Independent (May 15)
Caroline Crawford

The need for truth: Irish Echo
Editorial

Paramilitary flags 'will be reduced': Belfast Telegraph (May 13)

Slim majority of voters back citizenship change: Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh and Pat Leahy



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