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Tuesday, November 30

Disarmament is key to power deal, says Paisley: The Times
Greg Hurst

Parties in sight of agreement on power sharing: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna, Bernard Purcell and Senan Molony

Are Paisley and Adams on the brink of the deal to end all deals?: The Independent
David McKittrick

DUP in NI talks with Blair: BBC

We will get an accord which makes IRA pay, says Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ahern calls on Blair to accelerate military reduction: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF pushing for British to cut security as part of deal: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

'Total disarmament a mirage': UTV Internet

A rejuvenated Paisley eyes his ultimate goal: The Guardian
Ted Oliver

Paisley appears ready to compromise to secure place in history: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Paisley, politics, preaching and poison: BBC
Mark Simpson

At last a 'Yes' seems to be on the cards: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Ian Paisley, the time to call it is now: The Guardian
Gerry Adams


Historic first for Sinn Fein and Northern Ireland police: The Scotsman
John Innes

SF meeting with chief constable 'is long overdue': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police Chiefs May Asses Threats to Omagh Case Witness: The Scotsman

Police to mothball their Land Rover: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

SDLP pledge to press Murphy on Finucane 'secrecy': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

A public inquiry must be just that: (from the Irish News)

Fianna Fáil TD urges Taoiseach not to free McCabe killers: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Bloody Sunday Inquiry costs make live aid look like chicken feed: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 26)
Lindy McDowell

India shines in dark: Times of India (Nov 27)
Ramshee Z Ahmed

Monday, November 29

Ulster close to power deal, says Adams: The Guardian
Ted Oliver

Guns gone in a month if Paisley and Adams agree: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna & Dominic Cunningham

DUP won't be 'bounced' into deal: UTV Internet

Paisley's Demands: Sunday Life (Nov 28)
Alan Murray

Endgame in sight for North as Bush calls Adams: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

SF delegation to hold talks with Orde: RTE

Nervous times as parties edge closer towards deal: (from the Irish News, Nov 27)
William Graham

Arms issue may split IRA: Sunday Business Post (Nov 28)

Mouldy old doctor is doctoring deadlines: (from the Irish News, Nov 27)
James Kelly

Berets maketh the men!: Sunday Life (Nov 28)
Lynda Gilby

Zzzzzzzzzzz: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

ARA means business: Sunday Life (Nov 28)
Stephen Breen

Loyalists to support anti-racism campaign: (from the Irish News, Nov 27)
Barry McCaffrey

Home office not asked to help trace Omagh bombing suspect: Sunday Life (Nov 28)
Alan Murray

SF's O Snodaigh 'forgets' women butchered by IRA: Sunday Independent (Nov 28)
Jim Cusack

Secret agent still a target: Sunday Life (Nov 28)

SF praises bid for Irish in EU: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 27)
Simon Taylor

Changes afoot in Ulster voter registration system: UTV Internet (Nov 24)

Where are missing voters?: Irish Post

Decision on march met with 'regret': (from the Irish News, Nov 27)
Seamus McKinney

Ireland in UK says NY Times & Hardliner as Irish Envoy? (scroll down): Irish Voice/

U.S. circles wagons around 'Spicer' deal: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Old Firm bigots face ban on chants: The Sunday Times (Nov 28)
Jason Allardyce

Bigotry - all in the game?: Sunday Herald (Nov 28)
Paul Hutcheon

O'Neill highlights the ugly truth about bigots: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Sunday, November 28

IRA rift set to derail power sharing: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Dissidents threaten new IRA split over decommissioning: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack & Jody Corcoran

Sinn Fein thinks weapons photos will seal deal: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Government bid to find IRA arms list: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

Sinn Fein welcome DUP move: UTV Internet

'Hardball' begins in bid to get parties back on track: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley's backing essential for deal to stick: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Arms are at heart of historic deal: Sunday Business Post

Clergymen probably could not tell a stick of semtex from a bar of soap, but...: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Threat to economy from North deal: Sunday Business Post
Kathleen Barrington

Sinn Féin may call Ard Fheis on policing: (from the Irish News, Nov 25)
William Graham and Valerie Robinson

Anger at party's return to DPP: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein-IRA agents spied on McCreevy: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

RTE ignores the real issue while counting Ian's eggs: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Police swoop on UDA robbery gang: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Concern over Finucane inquiry legislation: UTV Internet

Trimble praises wife's nomination conqueror as 'best man': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Change Might Do The UUP A Lot Of Good: The News Letter

Omagh bomb suspects to fight private prosecution: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Commission to talk to bomb victims: (from the Irish News, Nov 26)

Mallon will not contest Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Assessing in real terms the threat of terrorism: (from the Irish Post)
Paul Donovan

Integration 'a rights issue': (from the Irish News, Nov 24)
Simon Doyle

Nationalist support must not be undermined again: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Books from Belfast put on pupils' reading list in bid to end sectarianism: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, November 27

Bush Tries to Restart Stalled N. Ireland Talks: Washington Post
Glenn Frankel

Bush in peace plea to Paisley: The Guardian
Ted Oliver

Bush to call Adams in search for deal: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

DUP studies devolution proposals: BBC

DUP backs Paisley line on peace: RTE

DUP brushes off being at talks with SF: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Noel McAdam

You Funded The War Now Fund The Peace - McLaughlin Tells Murphy: Derry Journal

British Army believes IRA campaign is over: The Scotsman
James Kirkup

Power play is main issue in North talks impasse: Irish Independent

Time for parties to measure up: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist Parties Unite In Defence Of Retaining RIR: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Murdered man's father claims UVF leadership stood down: UTV Internet

Bill to limit inquiry costs: The Guardian
Clare Dyer

SDLP hit out at inquiries legislation: UTV Internet

Finucanes criticise inquiry terms: BBC

Only lawyers will gain from the endless Bloody Sunday inquiry: The Times
Kevin Toolis

The Beginning Of The End: Derry Journal

SDLP councillor welcomes power-sharing 'assurance': Belfast Telegraph (Nov 24)
Nevin Farrell

Proposal for Irish 'language act': (from the Irish News, Nov 25)
Maeve Connolly

Peace fund is thrown EU lifeline: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Taylor

Peace Payout Not Favouring Protestants: The News Letter

Ulster retailers cash in on euro trade: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Gardai seek recruits north of the border: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Maze stadium plans put on hold: UTV Internet (Nov 22)

We are still living with the partition games played by the Long Fellow: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Football clubs must act: The Herald (Nov 23)

Friday, November 26

Parties urge one another to advance process: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin & Alison O'Connor

Robinson - 'IRA must wind up': UTV Internet

Adams puts pressure on DUP: UTV Internet

Arms report 'possible by new year': BBC

Progress is being made on peace agreement says Ahern: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Governments' response 'due soon': BBC

United DUP Has To Be Taken Seriously: The News Letter
Suzanne Breen

Ample dowry needed to secure union: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

UDA members meet arms body: BBC

Loyalists express concerns over truth process: (from the Irish News)

Mitchell links SF to disappearance of mail: Irish Examiner
Michael O’Farrell

Councillors Call For The Disbanding Of Parades Commission: The News Letter
David Young

PSNI and Orange relations at 'all time low' after Twelfth defiance: Belfast Telegraph

Immigration duplicity has Irish under lock and key: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Friends of Labour?: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Firebomb campaign hits Belfast: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Criticism of RUC operation welcomed: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

INLA blamed for murder: Sunday Life (Nov 21)

Peerage offered for election deal - claim: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 24)
Noel McAdam

Trimble wife fails in nomination: BBC

And I still haven't found what I'm looking for . . .: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Former Fair Employment Chairman Dies: The News Letter (Nov 17)

Discrimination tackled: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 24)

More EU funds for Protestants: UTV Internet

£95m in aid wins backing of Euro-MPs: Belfast Telegraph

McLaughlin Calls For End To Electricity Row: Derry Journal (Nov 23)

Thursday, November 25

Paisley seeks delay to test the IRA: The Times
Greg Hurst

Paisley hints at movement on IRA: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

DUP and Sinn Fein are given days to agree deal: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

New hope for deal after Paisley says IRA could go on as 'old boys' club: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell and Gene McKenna

Adams to brief SF executive: BBC

North talks look hopeful as money now the issue: Irish Independent

Talks hit critical phase: BBC
Brian Rowan

Durkan - Sinn Fein caving in: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Will Grinch say 'nevaar' to new deal?: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Political endgame appears in sight?: Belfast Telegraph

Bush can make a positive impact on peace process: (from the Irish Times, Nov 9)
Trina Vargo

Donaldson lashes senators' letter: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Parties In War Of Words Over Who Leads Fight To Save RIR: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Crime bosses 'will not escape anti-racketeering offensive': UTV Internet

Drug baron's house under the hammer: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Fishing lured loyalist terror kingpin to buy home in South: Irish Independent
Eugene Moloney & Anita Guidera

Peace settlement 'deters nationalists from police force': UTV Internet

PSNI attracts recruits from Republic in bid to balance the force: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Vice Chairman 'clarifies' policing board statements: UTV Internet

Dissident threat 'remains real': BBC

Order 'is entitled to parade papers': (from the Irish News)

'Hard and emotional day' marks 30th anniversary of Birmingham bombings: Irish World
Angela Sammon

The politics of saying sorry: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

SAS shooting challenge 'too late': BBC

Bloody Sunday Inquiry - counting the cost: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick and Andrew Johnston

Snatch bid lambasted by former RUC man: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Wednesday, November 24

Murphy meets DUP and Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

Confidence Essential: Derry Journal

Police Deserve Better From Government: The News Letter

Unionist appointed to advise McAleese: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Call to close barracks: Belfast Telegraph

Pension Bid For Part-time RIR Soldiers: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

SDLP chief selected to contest Foyle seat: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Dropping the Last Veil: The Blanket
Tommy Gorman

Obstruction!: Sunday Life (Nov 21)
Chris Anderson

Painful memories still linger thirty years on: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Loyalist's home being auctioned: BBC

Hayes claims 'UDA' threats: UTV Internet

Fulton stands by TD claims: Sunday Life (Nov 21)
Alan Murray

Ex-Derry manager in call for flags ban: (from the Irish News, Nov 8)
Roddy McGregor

Tackling religious bigotry: The Herald (Nov 22)

The 'British presence' ...and our graveyards: Belfast Telegraph

False dawn: The Guardian
Mary O'Hara

ID scheme will apply to NI: BBC

Government to seek official EU status for Irish language: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

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

Bombs 'may have been planted' on victim: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Families mark inquiry's end: BBC

Bloody Sunday inquiry treated IRA suspects better than us, say soldiers: Daily Telegraph
Joshua Rozenberg

SF Concern At 'Sunday' Probe Revelation: Derry Journal

Tribunal hopes to give Ulster a sense of closure: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Gaps, contradiction and the pain of truth: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Londonderry steps out from the long shadow cast by Bloody Sunday: The Independent
David McKittrick

Tuesday, November 23

Private talks hint at Northern Ireland peace deal edging forward: The Times
Greg Hurst

Christmas hope for power-sharing in Northern Ireland: The Independent
Colin Brown

NI deal talks continue: BBC

Talks at 'defining moment': UTV Internet

SDLP rows with SF over 'diluted' Good Friday Agreement: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

All parties working in good faith on talks, says Ahern: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Call for peace dividend for new executive: UTV Internet

A Lie Nailed: (from, Nov 22)
Danny Morrison

IRA Spy Ring Convictions Destroy Trust: The News Letter

Orangemen 'frightened' over parades: UTV Internet

Survivors of Birmingham bombings recall tragedy: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

NIO 'Have Put My Life At Risk' Says Fighter For IRA Victims: The News Letter

Mercy missionary: Sunday Life (Nov 21)

We need to heal the past: (from the Irish News)

Language school opposition 'sectarian': Belfast Telegraph (Nov 17)

Fatal attraction - 18% of young bloods would vote SF: Sunday Independent (Nov 21)
Emma Blain

Ulster activists to press blair for full Labour membership: Belfast Telegraph

Learning Lessons From Internment: The News Letter
Lesley Walsh

The Clegg defence: Sunday Life (Nov 21)
Stephen Breen

British could command Irish in EU force: Belfast Telegraph
Conor Sweeney and Tom Brady

Bigotry, hate and cheating: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Catholic dogma and Protestant guilt won't heal sectarian divide: The Scotsman
Duncan Hamilton

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

Bloody Sunday 'still unclear': The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Bloody Sunday - 46 million words but no names: The Times
Michael Horsnell

'Vigilance' urged for inquiry: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Inquiry may point only a tentative finger of guilt at unnamed soldiers: Daily Telegraph
Joshua Rozenberg

After Saville, we are none the wiser but a lot poorer: Daily Telegraph

Monday, November 22

Britain urged to pump £1bn peace dividend into North: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Murphy 'hopeful over proposals': BBC

Durkan attacks Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

DUP's code of silence on progress of deal: Sunday Life (Nov 21)
Alan Murray

DUP big winners in governments' proposals: (from the Village)
Suzanne Breen

The deal beyond all understanding is nigh: (from the Irish News, Nov 20)
James Kelly

Compromise is the best option: (from the Irish News, Nov 20)

'We won't be fooled by Sinn Fein/IRA': Sunday Life (Nov 21)

Party partisanship melts when Ireland's the issue: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Jackson Shows Irish Colors: Irish Voice/
Brendan Anderson

Councillors row over 'terrorist' tag: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 18)

Why dialogue is so important: Impartial Reporter (Nov 18)

DUP move over battalions: BBC

DPP to probe police action: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 17)
Brian Hutton and Chris Thornton

IRA fails to say sorry for Birmingham pub bombs: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Pain lives on after three decades: BBC

Never blame a whole community for the actions of a few: The Independent
Vincent Nichols

UVF must apologise: Sunday Life (Nov 21)
Stephen Breen

Extradition Of Suspects Never Sought: Derry Journal (Nov 19)

Bloody Sunday - the final reckoning begins: The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

Sports stadium earmarked for former Maze prison site: Irish Independent (Nov 18)
Louise McCall

Thrill of the chase leads English to Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Ireland, still in the pink: The Times
Mary Kenny

Blight of the bigots: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 15)
Lara Crozier

Catholics twice as likely to suffer abuse in Scotland: The Times

Sunday, November 21

McGuinness blames DUP for negotiations deadlock: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Progress Over Proposals Seen As 'significant': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

SF says flexibility is key to North deal: Sunday Business Post
Paul Colgan

Parties want €1.4bn for peace deal: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Pass the parcel or game on?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Come clean on north-south justice plans: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 18)
Brian Walker

All-Ireland justice system adds a new twist to hothouse talks: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Euro peace fund to expire: UTV Internet

Crossroads: The Blanket
John Coulter

Catholic PSNI recruits double: (from the Irish News, Nov 19)
Sharon O'Neill

SDLP slams Sinn Fein stance on bike police: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Fury over MEP's call to tax arms: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

IRA demands truth when all it offers are weasel words: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Service to mark 1974 Birmingham pub bombings: RTE

Loyalists hold bombings rally: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein will hold balance in '07 election: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

McCabe killers ruling is 'up to Irish State': Limerick Leader
Mike Dwane

Teebane families call for inquiry: (from the Irish News, Nov 16)
Maeve Connolly

SF man linked to IRA ring spying on TDs: Sunday Independent

All-Ireland teaching call: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 18)
Brendan McDaid

Poll Staff Will Not Work In Some Republican Areas: The News Letter (Nov 17)
Ian Starrett

Border Fox freed for Christmas shopping trip: The Sunday Times
Dearbhail McDonald and Siobhan Maguire

Sinn Féin Raise $600,000: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Driscoll

IAUC's spokesman steps down after anti-Bush screed: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

Whose Irish News?: Fortnight (Sep 04)
Pól Ó Muirí

Irish Leader's Unexpected Embrace of Socialism Is Causing a Stir: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Saturday, November 20

Show leadership, North parties told as deadline looms: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Bernard Purcell

NI politicians prepare for negotiations: UTV Internet

Examining The Small Print: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

DUP gets 'positive feedback': UTV Internet

Speculation Causing Confusion - Warns McGuinness: Derry Journal

Another Fine Mess: The Blanket
Mick Hall

Moderates Are Marginalised By Peace Talks: The News Letter

Latest Impasse Entirely Predictable: Derry Journal

Reprieve for parties on donor disclosures: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam & David Gordon

Some fear focus on North will exit with Powell: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Reiss's Status Now Uncertain: Irish Voice/

NI members link up for debate: UTV Internet

FF Youth to discuss move into north: Irish World
Tom Griffin

'Socialist' Ahern accused of cosying up to Sinn Féin: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Powers For Human Rights Commission: Derry Journal

Fears over Dissident Republican blitz: UTV Internet

Border Fox set to walk free from jail next year: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Killer guardsmen's former CO in top US contract row: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Garda mole set up RUC man's murder: Impartial Reporter

Widow loses legal battle for fresh murder probe: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

The man behind the pub bombs in Birmingham that killed 21: The Times (Nov 18)
Sean O'Neill

IRA chief too ill for tribunal: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Firms Told To Stay Away From Ulster: The News Letter
David Young

The IRA, gay sex and me: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 15)
Gail Walker

Crucifying Harry - On Victims and Scapegoats: Fortnight (Oct 04)
Patrick Grant

Murphy gets Orange hall cash appeal: Belfast Telegraph

Friday, November 19

North parties to brief members on proposals to break deadlock: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Makings Of A Deal: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Durkan attacks unionist 'hot air': Belfast Telegraph

Blair meeting 'was positive': BBC

George Mitchell urges deal: UTV Internet

Alliance call for all-party talks: BBC

Dublin warns about joint rule: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ahern's Stormont likely to slip: UTV Internet

SF may have lost ground in talks: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Church witnesses 'must unite': BBC (Nov 17)

Priests and pictures: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Robinson's demands are hot air: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

It's make or break in bid to save deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Political deadlock - More details of proposals: BBC
Martina Purdy

Deal on offer must be made public: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist ceasefire wins US support: Belfast Telegraph

So much for the rule of British law: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Fresh appeal over loyalist feud murder: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Big Spender SDLP Was Biggest Loser In Election: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Alliance to give Donaldson a close fight: UTV Internet

More RCs back police - survey: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Real IRA admits fire bomb: BBC

Colorado Court rebuts Ferry freedom bid: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Sinn Fein's US earnings revealed: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Owen Carron 'untrue' report done to 'stir up Unionists': Impartial Reporter

Government urged to make 'Birmingham Six' apology: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein seeks body for truth and reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, November 18

Blair outlines deal to save Stormont: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Power-sharing plan hits trouble over Sinn Féin fears: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn and Victoria Ward

Photos the key for DUP to accept IRA arms wipeout: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna, Bernard Purcell and Eugene Hogan

The Price Of Progress 'Not Without Pain': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Stubborn stumbling blocks make agreement unlikely: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Positive sense of political progress still prevails: Irish Independent

Paisley under pressure as no is no longer enough: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Unionists Pour Scorn On Each Other's Record: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Hermon to defend her seat: UTV Internet

Criticism of UDA ceasefire dismissed: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

UDA told to deliver on truce promises: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Rewards for UDA thugs are misdirected: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

An offer he can't refuse: Sundy Life (Nov 14)

Orange Order linked to land scheme: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

SDLP quizzes Nelson murder probe: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SF Ceremony 'Will Divide' City: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Historic ceremony honours PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

British provided 'nil help' for probe into series of loyalist bombings and murders: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Irish publish bombings report: BBC

Victim group considers European court action: Irish Independent
Senan Molony & Paul Melia

Sinn Fein official wants IRA bombers to issue an apology: The Times
Sean O'Neill and David Charter

Survivor felt guilty for being alive: The Times
Sean O'Neill

Claim of gardai leak: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Plea over Human Rights Commission: UTV Internet

Pentagon circles the wagons around 'Spicer' deal: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Wednesday, November 17

IRA may agree that churchmen can witness decommissioning: The Guardian
Colin Blackstock

Sinn Fein - GFA the key to any deal: UTV Internet

DUP Blamed For Stalling Peace Process: Derry Journal

NI parties hear plans for deal: BBC

Direct Rule 'Not An Option' Warns Doherty: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein in push for joint authority: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Unionists Still Opposed To Joint Authority: The News Letter

NI inquiries terms announced: BBC

Judges heading 'collusion' killing probes named: UTV Internet

Scottish judge to chair 'King Rat' inquiry: The Herald
Lucy Adams

UDA Chiefs In Arms Talks: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Use this UDA ceasefire for urgent change: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Derry Journal

'No Evidence' Of UDA Attack Link: The News Letter
Elinor Glynn

UDA has to end all intimidation: (from the Irish News)

Army 'spy hills' to be sold for £3m: UTV Internet

Crossed lines for SF and SDLP: Newry Democrat

Wisdom from the West Wing and the £2m annual search for Ulster's 'lost' electorate: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Deadline for vote register: BBC

SDLP rejects Laird claims: (from the Irish News)

All Grief, Suffering And Loss Is Equal - 'Sunday' Victim's Son: Derry Journal

Report to be published on Dublin bombings: RTE

Blair can't go to Paisley's 'freedom do': Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Murphy to visit Irish cities: UTV Internet

From the Falls to Falluja: (from, Nov 15)
Danny Morrison

Loosen the colonial chains: Taipei Times (Nov 15)

Tuesday, November 16

DUP Tells Trimble To Stay Out Of Peace Talks: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Adams in DUP attack: UTV Internet

Adams' joint authority plan a non-runner: Rabbitte: Belfast Telegraph

Dr Sean Brady — uphold the GFA: (from the Irish News)
James Stinson

'Progress' By DUP Is A Flip-Flop - Trimble: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

UUP reveal fightback strategy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

One small step for unionism...: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

A week to peace?: (from the Village)
Suzanne Breen

Protestants perceive 'more moderate' Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Murphy's law - bore Ulster into peace: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

Murphy explains UDA decision: BBC

British deny deal with UDA on 'personal use' weapons: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

O'Connor blames loyalists for attack: UTV Internet

Loyalist group holds fresh talks on disarmament with de Chastelain: Irish Examiner

Human Rights Commission seeks Omagh cop meeting: Sundy Life (Nov 14)

Republican Sinn Féin slams governments: (from the Irish News)

Top war crime suspect 'sheltered by RIRA': Sundy Life (Nov 14)
Stephen Breen

DUP pledge to block Irish school: Belfast Telegraph

£67m - That's What We've Spent On Cross-border Bodies In The Last Four Years: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Expert warns of ceasefire crime rise: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Revenge 'can be an act of honour': BBC

Lest We Forget Sacrifices Made For Democracy: The News Letter

Let this beacon burn: The Observer (Nov 14)
Henry McDonald


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