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Thursday, November 15

Terror attacks – police get more public help than ever: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Adams voices support for PSNI: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Reconstruction of PSNI officer shooting: RTE

Real IRA admits shooting officer: BBC

Man jailed for 'Real' IRA membership:

No support for new republican group in Derry – claim: Derry Journal

Questions raised about capability: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Enough already: Irish Echo

Family – SF must withdraw claims about murdered man: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Chequered history over privilege use in Commons: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'Slab' tax evidence to be ready by next month: Irish Independent

The real heroes weren't in the UDA: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

UDA's drug-fuelled thugs decide to end their slaughter of the innocents: Irish Examiner
Diarmaid Ferriter

Latest stunt will not make UDA disappear: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Paisley, McGuinness for joint U.S. visit: Irish Echo

No more 'Dr No' – meet the new Ian Paisley: The Independent
David McKittrick

McDowell libel action dismissed: BBC

'Love Ulster' rioter jailed in Dublin:

Coroner halts inquest over family claims of collusion: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

IRA monument 'an attempt to re-write history': The News Letter

Dubs calls for school peace wall re-think: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

McCabe killer let out of prison to visit ill father: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

Kennedy in shock over FIFA stance: The News Letter (Nov 7)

Ending the Union would cost Britain dear: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Wednesday, November 14

Durkan blasts RIRA: Derry Journal

Dissidents threaten new attacks:

Anger at Real IRA threat: Derry Journal

Orde vows to hunt down gun gang: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Campbell challenges nationalists: Derry Journal

Catholic officer lucky to be alive: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

RIRA claim North Link shooting: (Nov 13)
Ciarán Barnes

This is fascism: Derry Journal

There's no going back: Belfast Telegraph

'Slab' orders an end to hostilities: Sunday Life (Nov 11)
Alan Murray

Murdered man's family speak out: BBC

War not yet over say UDA dissidents: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

'Time this one-man show was off road': Sunday Life (Nov 11)
Stephen Breen

We have every right to be sceptical over UDA promise: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

And now, over to the Stormont Assembly for the latest (click): Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

'All changed, changed utterly…': Derry Journal
Gerry Murray

Time to revive debate on community policing: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Paisley denies verbally abusing his questioners: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Time to get involved in Bill of Rights debate: (Nov 13)
Jonathan Martin

Branch spy at heart of rebel UDA: Sunday Life (Nov 11)
Stephen Breen

Six held over killings released: BBC

Assembly members are urged to save council powers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionist pair tackle FIFA on two fronts: The News Letter

Brown has surrendered to anti-Catholic lobby says bishop: The Times (Nov 13)
Ruth Gledhill

Salmond – Scotland independent in 10 years: The Scotsman
Peter McMahon

The Union of England and Scotland is over: Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Tuesday, November 13

IMC accuses republicans of Quinn murder: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Top Provos blamed for savage murder: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Ulster police officer wounded in 'republican terror ambush': The Times
David Sharrock

PSNI officer injured after being shot in car at traffic lights: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe and Colm Heatley

Shooting of off-duty officer condemned: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Two held after PSNI shooting: RTE

Handgun not firing saved policeman – claim Real IRA: Derry Journal

Anger as Real IRA claims first shooting: Belfast Telegraph
Will Ellison

Will past enmities ever lose their power?: Derry Journal

Dissidents being blamed for North Link shooting: (Nov 9)
Ciarán Barnes

'We'll not let clock be turned back' – Deputy Chief Constable: Derry Journal (Nov 9)

Control is the key to policing: (Nov 9)
Des Wilson

Loyalists lay down arms in N. Ireland: Los Angeles Times (Nov 12)
Kim Murphy

McGuinness welcomes UDA move:

Key questions for UDA chiefs: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

UDA move not enough – MLAs: Derry Journal

The UDA's killer wing – murder goes by any name: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Sloughing off legacy of the Troubles: BBC
Denis Murray

So much was said yesterday about the end of conflict... but the guns are still there: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Peace legacy of Gordon Wilson: (from the Irish News)

Now UDA must deliver change: Belfast Telegraph

CIRA murder suspect to face court: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Sinn Féin 'welcomes' political competition from the Republic: (from the Irish News)
Margaret Canning

A republican committed to peace to the last: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Martin's true republican spirit will never be forgotten: (Nov 9)

Paisley's praise for Dana invokes all kinds of fury: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

City stone attacks 'increasing': BBC

Monday, November 12

Loyalist terror group to be 'stood down with all weapons out of use': The Times
David Sharrock

UDA stands down military wing to cautious welcome: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The day the paramilitaries called a halt to violence: Irish Independent
Ciaran Byrne

Decommission more than guns and bombs: (Nov 9)
Martin Morgan

Loyalist road to politics will be long and winding: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Defusing the peace: Irish Independent

UPRG responds to Newtownabbey attacks: UTV Internet

Why I cried for Dean's poor mother: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 7)
Lindy McDowell

Enniskillen service hit by hoax: The Independent
Jerome Taylor

Device explodes in Newry at Remembrance Day service: UTV Internet

Nothing much doing these days in big house on the hill: (from the Irish News (Nov 10))
James Kelly

Peer to name IRA killers under Lords privilege: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

Adams welcomes FF push into North:

Families to seek judicial review: (from the Irish News (Nov 10))

Martin – Man of war, man of peace: (Nov 9)

Rugby on Friday, soccer on Saturday, damn all Sunday: (from the Irish News (Nov 10), Nov 6)
Paddy Heaney

Time to blow whistle and start building: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 5)
Ed Curran

Sunday, November 11

UVF to put arsenal into sealed dumps: The Observer
Henry McDonald

UDA expected indicate to end activities: RTE

UDA faction 'smashed mum's car': BBC

Laird to name IRA men behind killing: The News Letter

Shooting a sick echo of bloody past: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

DNA hunt after gun ambush of policeman: Belfast Telegraph
Deric Henderson

Attack on PSNI officer could be repeated: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Catholic recruits and PSNI supporters threatened and attacked: (from the Irish News (Nov 9))
Diana Rusk

McGuinness tells dissidents – grow up: Belfast Telegraph
Will Ellison

Attack on officer a despicable act: (from the Irish News (Nov 9))

Security alert in Enniskillen: RTE

Arrested former IRA leader feigned injury, doctors say: (from the Irish News (Nov 9))

MLA takes FIFA plan to Assembly: The News Letter

Hands across the divide: Sunday Independent
David Kennedy

Day two – Archbishop Brady on politics, Protestants and peace: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 8)
Alf McCreary

Ireland must change its out-of-date image in US: Sunday Business Post
Richard Curran

A double blow: (Nov 6)

O'Cuiv policy on Irish has led to 'fewer speakers': Irish Independent (Nov 9)
Patricia McDonagh

Five lives scarred by sectarianism: Sunday Herald
Rachelle Money

Saturday, November 10

Foster and Empey in bitter row:

SDLP and UUP make unlikely bedfellows: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Shot officer's condition stable: BBC

A time to remember and learn: Belfast Telegraph

Organisational changes to the policing structure has left some DPP members unhappy: UTV Internet

Cameron reckless with Union – DUP MP: (from the Irish Times)
Frank Millar

20 years later – Sinn Féin take final step into policing: Impartial Reporter

Five 'IRA' men lose court challenge:

Reprieve: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Status of Irish in the EU temporarily lost in translation: Irish Independent
Jessie Magee

What the fans say ...: The News Letter

Brady's bomb fear: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 7)
Alf McCreary

Dana's book launched by unlikely ally across divide: Irish Independent (Nov 7)
Breda Heffernan

Dana meets the Doc: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 7)

St. Patrick's Day parade chairman nixes N. Ireland leaders: New York Daily News (Nov 8)
Frank Lombardi

On being Irish – Time to embrace a new Irishness: Irish Examiner (Nov 9)

Tony Blair to become Catholic 'within weeks': Daily Telegraph (Nov 9)
Andrew Pierce

Friday, November 9

McGuinness 'immunity' claims rejected: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

'We have confounded everyone' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Secretary of state says loyalists need to 'catch up with the IRA': (from the Irish News)

Officer's shooting – Real IRA blamed: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Shot officer 'wanted to make a difference': Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Policeman shot in front of children: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid and William Allen

Paisley speaks of fears for future of Province: The News Letter

Injured officer 'wants to come back' – Leighton: Derry Journal

Dissidents still a threat – Orde: The News Letter

The war is over – McGuinness: Derry Journal

A bid to frighten Catholics in police: Belfast Telegraph

No return: Derry Journal

Guns must go without delay: (from the Irish News)

High security as Murphy is released on bail: Irish Examiner
Colm Kelpie

Most wanted – Ireland's Al Capone?: The Independent
David McKittrick

'No ordinary smuggler': The Guardian (Nov 8)
Henry McDonald

Judgement due in five IRA men's bid for release: Belfast Telegraph

Gallagher dismisses any merger with UUP: Impartial Reporter

Ombudsman shone light in murky places: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Ayes to Irish smiles: New York Daily News (Nov 8)

New institute to look at Irish-American dream: Irish Independent
Tom McEnaney

Poppy Day survivors say prayers for IRA bombers: Irish Independent
Chris Anderson

Ceremony to mark bomb anniversary: Impartial Reporter

'20 years on – the pain's still with us': The News Letter
Anne Palmer

Lest we forget, our Republic aided IRA murder machine: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Agency forced to reveal spymaster's past: The Times (Nov 6)
Michael Evans

FIFA's proposal will deplete our team – Bingham: The News Letter
David Young

IFA left looking small-minded: (from the Irish News)

Thursday, November 8

McGuinness hails Paisley relationship:

Report links republican groups with serious crime: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

IMC accuse INLA over McGlynn murder: Derry Journal

Internal problems in the UDA stop it from moving forward, claims report: UTV Internet

DUP says IMC report vindicates its strategy: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

The Deputy First Minister very happy with his working relationship with Ian Paisley: UTV Internet

The odd couple who've survived despite the odds: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley 'delighted' with well-wishers: The News Letter

'Slab' Murphy held on tax charges: RTE

Tackling Ulster's divided culture: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PSNI 'not shielding drug dealers': BBC

Sir Hugh's Taser plan smacks of arrogance: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

9 RUC died in Newry blast, now SF heads police body: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Garvaghy residents 'dragging their feet': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

I'll ask Ian Paisley about his attitude: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Where's the border? demands DUP: (from the Irish News)

Day one – In a major interview, Ireland's Cardinal-elect on faith, family and football: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Poppy Day bomb victims remembered: BBC

Talking through the horror of Enniskillen: The News Letter

Fifa plan on cross-border eligibility for Ireland shocks IFA: The Independent
Scott Dougal

Province hits back in football furore: The News Letter
David Young

IFA to seek legal advice over "inconsistent" FIFA proposal: The News Letter (Nov 7)

Family of young star welcomes Fifa move: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen

O'Neill helps launch sports reconciliation partnership: (from the Irish News)
Suzanne McGonagle

O'Loan – US should learn from North internment: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Wednesday, November 7

IRA still clean, says monitoring group: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

UVF abandoning paramilitarism, IMC report says:

Paisley to serve full term: UTV Internet

Police ombudsman takes up post: BBC

O'Loan hails her successor 'man of integrity' as she steps down: Belfast Telegraph
Deric Henderson

Mixed feelings as O'Loan departs: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Will mountie draw line under past?: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'Impartial' pledge to the public: The News Letter

The past will be hard to shake off: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

O'Loan will be hard act to follow: Belfast Telegraph

O'Loan played a historic role: (from the Irish News)

Still no right to MI5 intelligence: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

UDA 'shot officer' during rioting: BBC

Hume backs all-Ireland realignment: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Taoiseach buoyed by prosperity, peace and friends at Old Trafford: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Attorney general asked to order fresh inquest into killing by SAS: (from the Irish News)

Senior loyalist admits UDA members are drug dealers: Belfast Telegraph

SF deny claims they 'gagged' councillor: Belfast Telegraph

Hallowe'en night attack branded sectarian: Derry Journal

Music and drama play big role in seeking harmony for victims: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Five 'IRA' men to challenge jail term:

Murphy to launch new challenge to Omagh retrial: Belfast Telegraph

Adams helps carry coffin of veteran republican Meehan: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

St. Patrick's Day Parade may include former rivals: New York Newsday
Adam Pincus

Fifa committee favours Republic: BBC

Irish spoken at EU – but no one around to translate: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Tuesday, November 6

Devolution a 'surprise': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sectarianism costing us all – Ford: The News Letter

Better as friends than partners: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein threatened my son says McCarry: Sunday Life (Nov 4)
Stephen Breen

Nuala O'Loan – the job I didn't want to leave: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

O'Loan – collusion is still a danger: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Teenager's death sparks anger over loyalist dealers: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Murder of innocents – the IRA attack that repulsed the world: (from the Irish News)
Diana Rusk

Claudy report delayed by new information: Derry Journal

Ahern meets NI reconciliation body:

Tribute to RUC sacrifice: The News Letter
Bryan Gray

Symbolism of Remembrance Day should not be demeaned by UDA: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

North and south join in tribute to Great War dead: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Tricolour and Union Flag flown together in remembrance: Derry Journal

Honest dialogue can cut through enmity: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

SF deny claims they 'gagged' Kehoe: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Empowering women in the aftermath of deadly conflict: Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror (Nov 5)
Rosemary Ruley Atkins

FIFA ruling 'crazy' – Ramsey: Derry Journal

£47m 'wasted' on Irish medium schools: The News Letter (Nov 1)

McManus Rips Rudy: Irish Voice/ – scroll down

Disunited we stand: Sunday Herald (Nov 4)
James Cusick

Monday, November 5

'Sinn Fein can bounce back from vote setback,' says Adams: UTV Internet

DUP and Sinn Fein do hypocrisy with panache: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 4)
Suzanne Breen

Architect of N. Ireland peace reflects on work: Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror
Joshua Billing

Family has one last shot in deportation battle: Bergin Record
Elizabeth Llorente

Anger over police leak to O'Loan: Sunday Life (Nov 4)
Alan Murray

Police ombudsman leaves her post: BBC

Politicians snub retirement party: Sunday Life (Nov 4)
Joe Oliver

Attack on son almost made O'Loan quit: (from the Irish News, Nov 3)
Allison Morris

I stand over book claims: Sunday Life (Nov 4)
Stephen Breen

I'm no tout: Sunday Life (Nov 4)
Stephen Breen

Victims' relatives make silent appeal: (from the Irish News, Nov 3)
Rebecca Black

Troubles body takes mission south: BBC

SF aims to hijack civil rights anniversary, Durkan tells party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fifa to clarify Irish question: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

McAleese will be key to resolving royal absence: (from the Irish News, Nov 3)
James Kelly

Councils count cost of Irish translations nobody reads: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

This is no basis for talks: The Guardian
Azzam Tamimi

Sunday, November 4

UDA weapons farce: The News Letter

The Alliance party leader has accused Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness of living in the past: UTV Internet

NI's parties 'want segregation': BBC

Ahern holds meeting with Paisley in Dublin: RTE

Social Development Minister calls for an end to paramilitarism: UTV Internet

Garda operation was 'sickening to victims': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

The SDLP are looking at setting up all-Ireland links with other parties: UTV Internet

SDLP eyes Fianna Fail alliance: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Spotlight on party donations: Belfast Telegraph
Seamus Magee

Sectarian orgy: The News Letter (Nov 2)

Provisionals' founder dies suddenly at 62: The Observer

Is Orde about to step into Sir Ian's shoes?: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 2)
Deborah McAleese

Republic loses northern footballers: The Observer
Henry McDonald

IFA should desist from present course of action: (from the Irish News, Nov 1)
Jim Gibney

Department 'hiding facts behind procedure' – MEP: The News Letter (Oct 31)

Ministers warn PM of English resentment: Scotland on Sunday
Jenny Percival

Public figures back full debate on Scotland's place in the UK: The Herald (Nov 3)
Kevin Schofield

Saturday, November 3

Loyalist decommissioning act involved up to dozen weapons: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ahern will meet Paisley in Dublin today: RTE

Ambiguity of GFA being replaced with solid entity: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

Orangemen seek justice in Drumcree march issue: Portadown Times

'We will rebuild Orange hall': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Restorative justice is a tough, elusive hope in Belfast: Providence Journal
Julia Steiny

Man named as IRA spymaster turns political: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Not the same old Storey:

'Key spymaster' a crucial Adams ally: (from the Irish News, Nov 1)
Barry McCaffrey

SDLP to examine all-Ireland ties: The Irish Times — not sure if this link will work
Dan Keenan

Her bridges built, McAleese reflects on a decade in office: Irish Independent
Fiona Brady

Claudy bomb: shock new find: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

'No RUC cover up' in 1984 murder: BBC

Retired judge angry at Police Ombudsman's report: UTV Internet

Report on murders a travesty say grieving family: Portadown Times

Shrines attacked from tour coach:
Ciarán Barnes

War protesters heckle Ahern as city reaps peace dividend: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Island ownership accord 'closer': BBC

Hillary hopes the Clinton effect can raise Irish funds: Irish Independent
Tom McEnaney

Friday, November 2

New agony for Quinn family as sick abuse appears on net: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Most suspects in brutal farm murder 'From Northern Ireland': UTV Internet

Row as gardai cross border: The News Letter

Race row loyalists defend parade: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Loyalist faction 'officially separate': (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin outlines future in policing: Ulster Herald
Conor Sharkey

Now our political funding system is 'semi-transparent': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ex-IRA leader's political post sign the 'war' is really over: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Arson attack on Orange hall: Irish Independent
Paul Melia and Pat Tierney

McGuinness slams church attackers: Derry Journal

Youth knife attack 'sectarian': BBC

War and peace and the media mirror: Derry Journal (Oct 30)

Omagh Bomb memorial team receives lukewarm reception: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Relatives of IRA victims will march at Stormont on All Souls Day: UTV Internet

McCartney murder book prejudices trial – accused: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

'I will not build an education system around partition': The News Letter

Row over hunger strike film: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Thursday, November 1

Adams pays tribute to IRA bomb victim's family: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn and Sam Marsden

UN could chair NI truth commission, says Adams: Cork Evening Echo

UDA-linked fund scheme is halted: BBC

Paramilitary links probed in Drumahoe attacks: Derry Journal

Ritchie 'not in full control' – McNarry: The News Letter

Parties to hand over donor names: BBC

Chance for commission to show courage: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

PSNI arrests eight over dissident activity:

West Belfast man in hiding after threats: UTV Internet

Criminal Justice inspectors recommend CRJ ombudsman: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Troubles group extending deadline: BBC

Attempt to airbrush Enniskillen from history: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 28)
Suzanne Breen

Orange Hall is destroyed in blaze: BBC

Family vow to find truth behind 'cover-up': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

'Illegal tributes to IRA will stay': The News Letter
Anne Palmer

Committee to look at future of Irish: RTE

Talks to resume over Rockall rights:

Alex Salmond – a dangerous man: Daily Telegraph


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