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Saturday, November 30

Concern grows as 10,000 expected to protest at restrictions on flying Union flag at City Hall: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Belfast city centre braced for major loyalist protest parade: The News Letter

Access to market is restricted for protest at City Hall: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

'Protest should be lawful' – Ford: UTV

Belfast parade organiser does not live in city: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Loyalists hold picket as UDA split deepens: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Deputy Lord Mayor receives death threat: UTV

'Piratical attacks on democracy from dissident republicans and loyalist protesters must be resisted': Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Council 'must act' over depot flags: UTV

'Culture of conversation' solves issues (Nov 19): Derry Journal

Ann's Law a huge win – Allister: Belfast Telegraph

Crossmaglen alert 'elaborate hoax': UTV

'They are devoid of republicanism' – Murphy slams hoax device culprits: Newry Times

Loyalist William 'Mo' Courtney guilty of head-butting woman during drugs confrontation: Belfast Telegraph

Rioter handed four month jail term: UTV

Fury as mortar maker David Rockett sentenced (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph

Troubles legacy – Queen's professor advises truth commission: The News Letter

Sinn Fein call for IRA killer's release after 'vindictive' murder trial branded as callous: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

RUC man John Proctor's widow tells how killer Kearney lived just a mile from her home: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

John Proctor finally has justice for dad he never got chance to know: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

DUP condemn Sinn Fein comments on IRA murder conviction: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Reaction – Villiers 'could have handled bomb inquiry decision better': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

PSNI search for McConville van driver: Irish News
Deric Henderson

Smithwick Tribunal report next week: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley and Tim O'Brien

Sands willing to suspend hunger strike for deal, new book claims: Irish Independent
John Spain

Voters will make up minds on what Gerry knew: Irish Independent
John Downing

'Re-Uniting Ireland – Lessons from Europe Conference' held in Brussels: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Major cross-border community training programme hailed (Nov 22): Newtownabbey Times

Northern Ireland's outdated libel laws may yet reflect the 21st century: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Jaffa

Talk of the Turner Prize, Where, for One Thing, Talk Is Art: New York Times
Roslyn Sulcas

Neil Lennon – My heart sank when I saw the Green Brigade's banners as they tarnished Celtic's reputation and killed the atmosphere at Parkhead: Scottish Daily Record
Gavin Berry

Catalans go potty for seasonal Salmond Christmas decoration: The Herald
David Leask

Decisions before Scottish electorate are full of consequence for Ireland too: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Bloody-mindedness over the pound upon a Yes vote: The Herald
Ian Bell

Would I choose a British or Scottish passport? It's fast becoming a reality: The Guardian
Ian Jack

Ireland needs to sharpen its act whether or not the UK departs from EU (Nov 27): The Irish Times
Danny McCoy

Friday, November 29

Crossmaglen security alert continues into fourth day: BBC

Local politicians angry after discovery of 'suspicious device': Newry Times
Paul Malone

'Republican fanatics' to blame for city centre checkpoints: The News Letter

100 homes evacuated in Belfast alert: UTV

Oglaigh na hEireann claims bomb responsibility: Irish News
Allison Morris

PSNI 'is failing to keep former officers warned of security threat levels': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ó Cuív's criticism of PSNI could be misinterpreted by some who will support dissidents: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Teresa Villiers – Northern Ireland secretary says Belfast is open for business despite protest: BBC

I don't think loyalist Union flag protest marchers will stick to time slot, says senior police officer: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Jim Allister – I would be at flag protest if it didn't clash with TUV conference: The News Letter

Foyle MLA blames Flag protests for huge drop in ROI visitor numbers: Highland Radio

If things fall apart in the North, don't blame the flag protesters: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

'I don't agree with loyalist protest in Belfast over Union flag anniversary but it shouldn't be called off': Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Belfast council workers fear for safety over Irish flag: BBC
Peter Coulter

Order lodges complaint: Belfast Telegraph
Dave Whelan

UDA finished, says loyalist paramilitary terror group leader: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Villiers – No inquiry into Enniskillen bomb: Impartial Reporter

Derry man guilty of 1981 police murder: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Family hails 'justice process' after convicted IRA man found guilty of murdering RUC officer John Proctor: The News Letter

Murder conviction 'vindictive' – SF: UTV

Politicians welcome conviction of Swatragh man for IRA murder: Mid Ulster Mail

Murders have no sell-by date, says Allister: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Conviction prompts fresh commentary on past: BBC
Mark Devenport

Respect victims' desire for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Long-awaited garda 'collusion' report delivered: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

Former internees claim 'new evidence' of Army torture: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Formal complaint made about RUC's handling of Claudy: The News Letter

Roseann Mallon murder – Judge hits out over hindering of inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Roseann Mallon inquest – Vital information 'only being drip-fed': Tyrone Times

Omagh – Man 'was self-confessed Real IRA member': The News Letter

Man knocked unconscious in 'sectarian hate crime': The News Letter

TUV undecided on Euro contest: The News Letter
Sam McBride

As paedophile dad Liam Adams gets 16 years, daughter Aine says it is all too little, too late: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Pearse Doherty – 'The claims by Micheál Martin are unfounded and untrue': TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Adams abuse case – Martin right to raise issue: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Green Brigade defend Celtic banner display despite Uefa action: BBC

A hardcore of fans out of control and a board at a loss what to do... the Green Brigade have landed Celtic in hot water: Daily Mail
John McGarry

What can we learn from the Scottish?: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Independent Scotland should stay in EU, says judicial expert: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Scots resist the spin of independence: Toronto Star
Editorial

Thursday, November 28

Haass talks – Team receives over 600 documents to consider: BBC

Don't take part in loyalist protest parade, NI21 leader Basil McCrea urges: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalists urged to cancel protest as bomb attacks sweep Northern Ireland: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Attorney General John Larkin proposal would see Northern Ireland's past fester further – Labour: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

The injured – forgotten casualties of the Troubles: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Ireland is haunted by past: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Police find suspected bomb near electricity pylons in south Armagh: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Beer keg near Crossmaglen north-south electricity interconnector leads to bomb alert: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Graham and Claire Williamson

Underestimated IRA causes security woes in N. Ireland: Digital Journal
Justin King

Mother loses son to drugs overdose following paramilitary shooting (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Paramilitarism is hideously grounded in base criminality (Nov 25): The News Letter
Editorial

Police question pair over Kevin Kearney murder: Belfast Telegraph

'Under threat' MLA speaks out: Coleraine Times

Omagh bomb – Seamus Daly 'was self-confessed Real IRA terrorist' court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Massereene killings during week when Ulster was gripped by terror (Nov 26): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Liam Adams could serve half of 16-year term for raping daughter: The News Letter

Republicans 'like Church' in dealing with abuse – Martin: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Kane and David Young

As Liam Adams is convicted, focus turns to what SF leader knew: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'There was no tension or animosity' between Liam and Gerry: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

DUP shifts have implications for peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

It's great isn't it, this Northern identity?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Hundreds of mourners join politicians and clergy for Fr Alec Reid funeral: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Loyalist Winston Irvine's nephew sues Sunday World over parade photograph: Belfast Telegraph

Libel reform claims absurd – Robinson (Nov 22): The News Letter

Two men to be sentenced for role in riot during Queen's visit (Nov 19): Irish Independent
Sonya McLean and Jessie Magee

A nation once again, free to abuse and misuse our sovereignty (Nov 21): Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Celtic face disciplinary action over Bobby Sands banner: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Lawwell turns on Celtic fans as Uefa probe banners: The Scotsman
Craig Forbes

English, Welsh and Northern Irish 'would need to approve Scottish currency union in second referendum': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Myth of Scottish independence: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Union Flag – What happens if Scotland wins independence?: ITV.com

Scottish independence – Spain blocks Alex Salmond's hopes for EU transition: The Guardian
Severin Carrell and Ashifa Kassam

SNP's game-changing white paper (Nov 27): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Nationalist White Paper bluster is badly in need of a healthy dose of reality (Nov 27): Scottish Daily Record
Editorial

Irish ambassador Dan Mulhall urges Britain along path at heart of Europe: The Independent
Nigel Morris

Wednesday, November 27

Former PSNI chief brands dissidents 'wannabe Provos': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Police warning to Co Armagh public: UTV

Police in fresh bus bomb appeal: Derry Journal

Fresh arrests over paramilitary attacks: UTV

Say sorry over Price, SDLP told: The News Letter

The disruption following Belfast car bomb must not put off outsiders from investing: Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Nationalists must support efforts to prevent a massacre: The News Letter
Editorial

Parades – Massive loyalist protest in Belfast on busy Christmas shopping day set to flout restrictions: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Peter Robinson – Belfast loyalist protest 'must be dignified': BBC

Police Federation chief urges loyalist protestors to 'reconsider' parade: The News Letter

PUP sows confusion as councillor backtracks on loyalist protest parade in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

PUP councillor 'would not have chosen Saturday' for flag protest: The News Letter
Aine Fox

US warns its citizens in Northern Ireland to be on alert as protest looms: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UVF 'behind loyalist protest parade' says Martin McGuinness: BBC

UVF ceasefire 'no longer intact', says Naomi Long: BBC

DUP does U-turn by voting for designated flag days at Down District Council: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Graham

McGuinness sidesteps question on whether Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams was in IRA: Belfast Telegraph

Was Gerry Adams in IRA? It's irrelevant, says McGuinness: The News Letter

Gerry Adams's IRA past crucial to peace: The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

Belfast bar guilty of discrimination against family wearing poppy: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Band members convicted after playing Sash outside Catholic church: The News Letter

Omagh bombing – Seamus Daly 'was denied fair hearing', appeal lawyer claims: Belfast Telegraph

Another year waiting for justice for victims of the pub bombings: Birmingham Mail
Paul Fulford

Terrorist immunity may be price to pay for truth about atrocities, says victims' solicitor: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Choreography on victims – Larkin plants a seed, Haass will surely follow (Nov 24): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Sifting Through the Irish Troubles: New York Times
Editorial

Ecumenical service for 'pilgrim of peace' Fr Alec Reid: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Remembering Father Alec Reid who created the Irish peace process: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Tim Pat Coogan

Derry in Irish city of culture bid: BBC

HMRC redundancy scheme "ignoring equality legislation" – SDLP: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Party conference – Teach creationism in science class – 40% of DUP: Belfast Telegraph

Athy's Sinn Fein Mayor at Remembrance Day: Leinster Leader

Child abuser Liam Adams sentenced to 16 years in prison: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish independence – Future of Union is at stake, says Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – UK relationship 'will be rich and close': BBC

SNP is behind in voter intentions but complacency could yet undo union: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scottish independence – Why Northern Ireland should be fearful if the proposal to fly solo succeeds: Belfast Telegraph
Hamish Macdonnell

Scottish independence is a little more likely today than it was yesterday: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Tuesday, November 26

The return of police vehicle checkpoints to Belfast – PSNI responds to terrorist bombs with 'very visible' presence over Christmas: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Northern Ireland police chief warns of dissident attacks in runup to Christmas: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Baggott says dissidents in 'bizarre' competition: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

US condemns car bomb in Belfast: TheJournal.ie
Christine Bohan

Employer's disgust at delivery van hijacking: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

People of Belfast unite in wake of bomb: UTV

Nightmare of man who drove across Belfast with a huge bomb in the back seat of his car: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick and Claire McNeilly

We don't want to return to bad old days, says city centre bar owner: The News Letter

City centre device first in more than a decade: Irish News
Allison Morris

Stormont tells Belfast bombers – you won't drag us back to the past: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

MLAs almost united on Fr Alec Reid and Victoria Square bomb: BBC
Mark Devenport

A return to painful past as terrorism hits the streets of Belfast again: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Concern at surge in use of IRA proxy bomb tactic: The News Letter

Putting people in harm's way: Derry Journal
Editorial

Amnesty call not just brave but logical in post-Agreement North: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Hard choices needed if we want to move forward (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

PUP man John Kyle would advise against Belfast protest: BBC

Marian Price freedom campaigners should feel shame, says Massereene victim sister: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Coleraine arrests over 'paramilitary-style attacks': BBC

Greencastle man bailed over 'RIRA training camp' charges: Tyrone Times

Loyalist riot thug dumped by livid Catholic girlfriend: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Omagh duo Colm Murphy and Seamus Daly bid to annul civil verdict of liability: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Mallon attack gun 'used in at least six other murders': Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Irish News wins legal battle after publishing spy's photo: Irish News

Lessons from Europe on reuniting Ireland and debunking a few myths (Nov 20): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Alec Reid, Priest Who Helped Broker Peace Accord in Northern Ireland, Dies at 82: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

Dublin mass of thanksgiving for Fr Alec Reid: RTE

Robinson withdraws threat of BBC legal action (Nov 23): The News Letter

Flags of our fathers – historian says sectarianism a problem but Scotland has greater ones: The Courier & Advertiser
Jack McKeown

Garda Commissioner seeks return of documents from PAC chairman (Nov 21): The Irish Times
David Labanyi

What's in the box that scares Garda boss Callinan? (Nov 21): Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Lidl removes Union Jack from internet product images here (Nov 21): Irish Independent
John Mulligan

If I had the vote I'd grab the chance of Scottish independence: The Guardian
John Harris

The No campaigners face a fight against lost illusions (Nov 23): The Herald
Ian Bell

Is Boris Johnson the Man to Save the Union?: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Monday, November 25

No distinction between loyalist and republican violence, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paramilitaries are loyal only to crime, Peter Robinson tells DUP conference: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Peter Robinson calls for Belfast parade not to impact traders: BBC

No comment from loyalists as Robinson makes parade appeal: The News Letter

A priest on the podium as Robinson prepares DUP troops for election battle: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Most Catholics opposed IRA violence, says priest: The News Letter

DUP knows Haass talks are important – but so are elections: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

First Minister Peter Robinson bullish over DUP successes: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson takes plaudits but Sammy Wilson's absence raises questions at DUP conference: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Richard Haass told – don't forget victims of 'peacetime': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

'Attorney General cannot ignore the past' – Clarke: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'There can be no amnesty for terrorists': Newtownabbey Times

'No support' for Northern Ireland Troubles prosecutions call: BBC

Will any answers result from taking the course put forward by John Larkin? (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Amnesties can create greater problems than they ever solve: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

State has moral duty to leave the legal door ajar: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Sweeping Larkin's comments under carpet is wrong response: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Troubles prosecutions – Is now the time to draw a line?: The London Economic
Tomás McGoldrick

Emotive issue must be debated (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Mary Lou – I'd like to be leader if it arose: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Can NI21 keep the momentum going? (Nov 22): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Dissidents place bomb under Belfast's main shopping centre: Irish Independent
Deric Henderson and Lesley-Anne McKeown

Proxy bomb fury as man forced to deliver suspect package to Strand Road police station: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Derry driver told to take package to police station is 'traumatised': BBC

Man arrested in connection with dissident murder of Kevin Kearney in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist caught on camera again for rioting (Nov 20): The News Letter

Twelfth rioter who was blasted off police Land Rover with water canon gets sent to jail (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph

Murder Weapon Cover-Up Claim: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

New TV3 documentary challenges Gerry Adams: The News Letter

Gerry Adams apologised to IRA Disappeared victim Jean McConville's family: The News Letter

Alec Reid – Gerry Adams was a man sent by god: Irish Mirror
James Ward

Why slow learners should take note of Fr Alec's legacy (Nov 23): Irish Independent
James Downey

'Vile, sectarian abuse' forces Remembrance Day relative off Twitter: Fermanagh Herald

Twisting history in the name of reconciliation (Nov 20): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

If Edwin Poots' personal values prevent him representing all the people of Northern Ireland, then he should step aside (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Madam Bishop a first for these islands as Derry rector becomes 'The Most Rev': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Scottish corporation tax debate focuses minds in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Scottish independence campaigners are split over keeping Pound: Scottish Sunday Express
Dean Herbert

A divorce from Scotland would be stupid, wretched and painful: Daily Telegraph
Boris Johnson

Sunday, November 24

UKIP warns Haass talks will not benefit unionists: The News Letter
Lesley-Anne McKeown

David McNarry critical of 'shoddy' unionist leadership: BBC

'Calm before storm' as Richard Haass groundwork laid: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Efforts at reconciliation in North hampered by myths about the Troubles (Nov 22): The Irish Times
Malachi O'Doherty

Victims are part of the present – and their voices must no longer be ignored (Nov 21): The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

'I would forgo court to quiz IRA man who killed dad' (Nov 23): The News Letter

Idea of Troubles amnesty step too far for those seeking justice (Nov 23): Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Northern Ireland Troubles crime amnesty would fail victims: Daily Mirror
Nigel Nelson

Larkin has opened door to debate on legacy of Troubles (Nov 23): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

I don't need to see loyalists in the dock for my father's murder, but even in my own family not everyone agrees (Nov 22): Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

History written by gunmen who glory in their bloody deeds (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

North's wounds won't heal until we move on: Sunday Independent
Willie Kealy

There must be no amnesty for terrorist murders: The News Letter
Editorial

Larkin row sums up Haass dilemma: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP leader warns failure will lead to conflict: RTE

Nigel Dodds peddles anti-Sinn Fein line to delight of DUP faithful: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Violent protests 'tarnished NI's image': UTV

Glamorous Dr Meghan O'Sullivan not afraid to get hands, or heels, dirty as she clambers into Twaddell protest caravan (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Drumcree solution no closer: Portadown Times

PSNI to probe British Army's 'death squad' Military Reaction Force: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

The Army must come clean: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Questions raised by the Toland family to the HET (Nov 13): Londonderry Sentinel

Pushing the royal barge out to welcome our President: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Historic trip to Britain shows the true state of the nations (Nov 20): Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

UK presidential visit – Looking to the future, not the past (Nov 19): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Mr Higgins goes to Windsor (Nov 19): The Irish Times
Editorial

US pays tribute to Father Alec Reid for key role in forging peace: RTE

Fr Alec Reid death – It was a photo that shocked the world, but from that dark day a sliver of light appeared on the horizon: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

'His last months were difficult, but he bore them bravely': Sunday Independent
John Drennan and and Fionnan Sheahan

UK Culture Minister who has not visited UK City of Culture (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Our sportswriters say it better than you do, James McClean (Nov 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Scottish independence – SNP announces date of breakaway: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin, Eddie Barnes and Emma Cowling

'Independence is a class issue ... the rich are voting no': Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Mid-Ulster MP Francie Molloy part of post-revolution talks in Tunisia (Nov 20): Mid Ulster Mail

We can learn a lot from Israel – Middle East talks hold key lessons for Irish conflict: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Saturday, November 23

Richard Haass talks – Latest phase ends until December: BBC

Haass gets formal, and informal, talks: Derry Journal

'Victims are an important part of peace process' – Haass: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Larkin views 'worse than insulting': Derry Journal

'There can be no amnesty for terrorists': Newtownabbey Times

Family of murdered Trillick man condemns Attorney General's 'amnesty': Ulster Herald

John Larkin's call to draw a line under the past is not adequate, but repetitive arguments about the Troubles will not deliver reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

For many, John Larkin's proposal is just too bitter a pill to swallow: Belfast Telegraph
Brick Dickson

Larkin's proposals 'convenient smokescreen for Haass': The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Northern Ireland – The Choice: Huffington Post
Patrick Corrigan

Sinn Féin are 'failures and they know it ', DUP deputy leader says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Violence not the answer to flag dispute – Dodds: Irish News
John Manley

Dodds calls for 'Orange march home': UTV

Parades Commission fails to get DUP conference invite: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Robinson prepares to address DUP conference: The News Letter

Maze centre 'could have been built if Sinn Fein had been sensitive': The News Letter

Bus bomb fears: Derry Journal

Three Londondery men who transported pipe bomb uncovered in MI5 surveillance are jailed: The News Letter

Ryan case fugitive arrested: Irish Independent
Ken Foy

North's DPP seeks PSNI inquiry on shoot-to-kill policy claims: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Protectors must not be regarded as assassins: The Scotsman
Editorial

Time for truth and honesty: MorningStarOnline
Editorial

McConville son speaks of 'Adams apology': TheJournal.ie
Aoife Barry

Mum's weekly flight to Ireland to visit grave of son 'Disappeared' by IRA: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

An image of death keeps Bloody Sunday's blunt reality alive: TheGuardian.com
Jonathan Jones

There's a no man's land where few go – Fr Alec was one of them: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

'We all owe him a debt of gratitude': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Father Alec Reid – Obituary: Daily Telegraph

Alec Reid was vital conduit between paramilitaries and politicians when hope seemed lost: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Fr Alec Reid's courage earned him a special place in history: Irish Independent
Editorial

Fr Reid, chaplain of the peace process: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Proposal for bank holiday to mark peace process in Northern Ireland: Mid Ulster Mail

With role of US ambassador still unfilled, what's going on behind the scenes?: The Irish Times

Position of Health Minister Edwin Poots is untenable, says UUP (Nov 22): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Names of garda informants must be safeguarded: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

SFA chief Campbell Ogilvie urges Old Firm to regain "mutual respect" after latest spat: Scottish Daily Record
Euan McLean

Five arrested after Orange Walk in Edinburgh: BBC

Alex Salmond heading for row over currency union, says Alistair Darling: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Widening debate on independence: The Herald
Editorial

Kaduna, bridging the divide along religious lines: Nigerian Tribune

Friday, November 22

Richard Haass to chair all-party discussion: BBC

The outcry from victims has registered with Richard Haass, says SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Haass continues NI peregrinations: BBC
Mark Devenport

Killer Sinn Fein adviser no longer working at Stormont: The News Letter

Amnesty wants probe into British army 'death squad': Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

British to investigate claims on 1972 shoot-to-kill policy: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Nuala O'Loan calls for investigation into claims soldiers killed unarmed civilians: BBC

Army not above the law and can be probed, says Donaldson after Panorama revelations: The News Letter

Seamus Mallon – Soldiers who shot unarmed civilians must be prosecuted: BBC

Britain's dirty war in Ireland exposed: The Guardian
Gerry Adams

Why doesn't Panorama investigate the IRA's secret hit squads?: Daily Telegraph
Con Coughlin

End to Troubles-related prosecutions proposal was entirely my own, says Attorney General John Larkin: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

John Larkin Troubles proposal an amnesty – Peter Robinson: BBC

Taoiseach – Troubles 'amnesty' would breach human rights: Irish Independent

For once main parties are united in their criticism of Attorney General: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Larkin has gone beyond his brief in Troubles 'outburst': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Senior RUC officers tell Haass team John Larkin's proposals should be implemented: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Policing NI past will cost £190m in five years, says report: BBC
Vincent Kearney

History can help reconciliation, President Higgins says in Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Rows over Northern Ireland's past 'poisoning' its future: BBC
Martina Purdy

In proposing an amnesty QC might have stopped it happening: The News Letter
Sam McBride

John Larkin left isolated as a chorus of fury greets his proposal to end Troubles prosecutions and inquests: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Larkin was within rights to make his 'unacceptable' proposals about the past, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

One Man's Lonely Quest to Close the Door on Northern Ireland's Troubles: Foreign Policy
Thomas Stackpole

It's not the first time the North's Attorney General has strayed a little from his brief: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Ulster's dead deserve justice, whether they were killed by the British Army or the IRA: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

A Troubles whitewash will only add insult to injury (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

It's the Chuckle Brothers – Part Deux: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Residents groups in talks with Haass team over parades: The News Letter

Dr Meghan O'Sullivan goes to Ardoyne – Haass talks aide meets UVF man in loyalist protest caravan: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Spotlight on Drumcree and Twaddell disputes: The News Letter

Orange Order will parade to Police Ombudsman over Twelfth 'hate crime': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Obey law, Belfast traders urge flag protesters: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir and Margaret Canning

Derry bus driver who drove alone with bomb on board is 'selfless heroine': TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Female bus driver's heroic actions foiled dissidents' attempt to bomb police station: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price guilty of providing phone used to claim the murders at Massereene Army Barracks: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Parole Commissioner criticised over Marian McGlinchey plea: BBC

No bail for man found guilty of rioting after Mini-Twelfth loyalist parade: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Lord will judge Darkley gunmen – pastor: The News Letter

Peace process priest Father Alec Reid dies: BBC

Thursday, November 21

Kenny and Cameron rally against end to Troubles prosecution: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Proposal on Troubles prosecutions 'difficult' for families – Kenny: The Irish Times

Politicians and police react to John Larkin's Troubles proposals: The News Letter

Victims' fury at call to end prosecutions of IRA murderers – Backlash at suggestion of 'amnesty' for crimes committed before Good Friday Agreement: Daily Mail
Stephen Wright

Unionist party leader – Murder has no sell-by date: ITV.com

Calls to end investigations into Warrington bombing an 'insult': Warrington Guardian
Matthew Hobbs

Call to end Troubles prosecutions 'wrong': UTV

No amnesty unless families get closure first – IRA victim's son: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Former NI Sec – 'Better to support victims in other ways': ITV.com

Northern Ireland still not ready to forget – Attorney general's bid to end Troubles prosecutions sparks outrage from relatives of victims: The Independent
David McKittrick

Is there merit in Larkin's proposals?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Attorney General John Larkin – The legal eagle who never ducked controversy or bruising battles: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

John Larkin, NI attorney general, 'is nothing if not his own man': BBC
Mark Devenport

Radical proposal may hold clues to future of the search for truth: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster amnesties just bring more bloodshed: Daily Telegraph
Kevin Myers

My family didn't get answers after IRA murdered my uncle, but maybe it's time to move on: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Conaghan

John Larkin is right – it's time to stop probing the killings of the Troubles: TheGuardian.com
David Davis

John Larkin's appalling comments follow the logic of the Belfast Agreement's 'unseemly and immoral sham': Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Call to halt Troubles inquiries is an insult to families of dead: Irish Independent
Susan McKay

Can we draw line under Troubles murders like Attorney General John Larkin suggests?: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Too much effort put into prosecuting British soldiers over Northern Ireland, ex-Army chief says: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Undercover Northern Ireland soldiers accused of killing unarmed civilians: TheGuardian.com
Owen Bowcott

British army sanctioned 'shoot-to-kill' policy in Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Richard Haass faces anger from Bloody Sunday relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Bus driver 'bomb' terror – Object put on vehicle as man ordered to go to PSNI station: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Dissident republicans blamed for planting bomb on bus in Derry: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Parades Commission allows 10,000-strong loyalist flag protest to go ahead: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Belfast traders fear retail disaster as loyalist flag protest parade gets go-ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Deliberate attempt to lower Irish unity expectations – Co Derry Sinn Fein youth: Mid Ulster Mail

Human rights group investigates Tyrone prisoners held in isolation: Ulster Herald

RUC Special Branch 'knew loyalist killer Billy Wright was involved' in Roseann Mallon murder: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Darkley attack – Justice will be done, says pastor: BBC

Time to make a change and rid education of Sinn Fein ministry: The News Letter
David McNarry

Under fire housing minister Nelson McCausland accused of 'wriggling': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Two men admit part in violent anti-queen riots: Evening Herald
Sonya McLean and Jessie Magee

Players have right to take stand on North v South issue: Irish Independent
Michael McCarthy

McDowell set to choose Ireland and shun Great Britain for 2016 Rio Olympics: Daily Mail
David Kent

Graeme McDowell relieved Rio decision out of his hands: The Irish Times
Philip Reid

Garda chief warns of 'mass assassinations' if Ombudsman gain access to classified files: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

Welsh First Minister calls for veto on currency union: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Wednesday, November 20

Attorney General John Larkin – It's time to call halt to all Troubles cases: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Fury at call to end prosecutions in Troubles cases: Irish Independent
David Young and Deric Henderson

The nuts and bolts of a plan aimed at drawing a line under the Troubles – the views of Attorney General John Larkin on...: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Not everyone will like John Larkin's radical call to halt Troubles cases... but it can't be ignored: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Assembly supports motion on Disappeared: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republicans 'lying through their teeth' about Disappeared, claims Poots: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

MLAs heap pressure on Gerry Adams over Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Haass submissions outline issues: BBC
Mark Devenport

Speaker warns three 'offensive' MLAs: UTV

Sinn Fein must rethink demands for Richard Haass deal to work, says DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Terror victims group set to meet Haass: The News Letter

Haass Talks – Diplomat meeting groups in Londonderry: BBC

New Troubles victims group set up in Mid Ulster: Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

Amnesty chief's plea over paramilitary 'punishment' attacks – 'We cannot turn our backs on savagery': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Real IRA plot to kill cash row brothers: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Marian McGlinchey on trial over Massereene murder-linked phone: BBC

Old Bailey bomber Marian McGlinchey 'bought mobile phone in Tesco' that claimed Massereene Army Barracks murders, trial hears: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

UVF murder victim Bobby Moffet's sister wins first stage of legal fight: The News Letter

McGurk's families to get HET report: UTV

Roseann Mallon murder – RUC pair's no-show at inquest detrimental to case, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Delay over 'shoot-to-kill' file release: UTV

Mountain Lodge Pentecostal Church's remarkable turnaround after 1983 INLA massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Police reopen Patrick Sullivan murder inquiry: BBC

Young people call for motivational murals: UTV

'Unity would improve living standards' – economist (Nov 18): Derry Journal

McAteer slams 'demons of border mentality' after Narrow Water Bridge debacle: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Wilson challenges NI21 to spell out its income tax plans: The News Letter

Nelson McCausland accused of disrespecting Assembly after refusing to answer allegations that he misled MLAs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orchestrated 'isolation' by party elite prompted resignation – Curran: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Sinn Fein breaks GAA rules by using Down logo: The News Letter
Sam McBride

My visit to Britain will be very significant, says President Higgins: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Anglo-Irish and Anglo-Scots relations: The Scotsman
Michael Fry

Government to approach North about Rugby World Cup bid: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Ukip could be the midwife of Scottish independence: TheGuardian.com
David Gow

Tuesday, November 19

Haass hopes negotiations can yield early Christmas present: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland assembly to debate fate of IRA victims: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

We know things that could undermine Northern Ireland peace process, say retired police officers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ex RUC's plea to Haass – 'History must not be rewritten to equate police with criminals': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Haass determined to have agreement in talks by Christmas: The News Letter

Sinn Fein accused of 'bad faith' over publishing paper on its submissions to envoy Richard Haass: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sinn Fein Haass paper calls for truth commission: The News Letter

Assembly hoping to resurrect Civic Forum: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

£135k talks bill... but Richard Haass and aide working free of charge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Tebbit – Ceasefire was motivated by fear of arrest: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Striking ideas in Sinn Féin submission: BBC
Mark Devenport

Border issue settled for a generation, TD tells NI21 conference: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI21 leader Basil McCrea tells conference 'it's now time we moved away from our past to build for the future': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

NI21 needs to stake out its own ground, away from the centre: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Still at large... the 150 suspects sought over our summer of unrest: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Police concerned about loyalist flag anniversary rally: The News Letter

No flag protests on Saturdays – Robinson: UTV

Three-year sentence for riot thug who helped push van into police lines: Belfast Telegraph

Judge lifts Bryson's bail restrictions: UTV

Jamie Bryson 'delighted' media ban has been lifted: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Ulster Volunteer Force is no longer on ceasefire, police warn: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Police cop out over ceasefire: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Latest violence harks back to past, says UKIP member: The News Letter

Loyalists blamed for boy's shooting: Belfast Telegraph

'Punishment' attacks – brand of justice which has no place in society: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Óglaigh na hÉireann claims responsibility for shooting: The Cross Examiner

'Nothing can justify barbaric shooting', slams Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Gardai monitor new dissident group's top dog: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

PSNI asks people not to touch suspicious objects following bomb alert: Londonderry Sentinel

Northern Ireland Assembly Speaker William Hay to stand down: BBC
Mark Devenport

Donor anonymity ending – Big handouts to Northern Ireland political parties could be publicised: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alliance 'victory' over Northern Ireland political donations: BBC

Villiers to strengthen US-NI relations: UTV

Birmingham pub bombings – Paddy Hill hands over evidence to family: BBC

Claudy bombing – Police must probe claims after emergence of new evidence: The Sunday Life
Suzanne Breen

Arts Council defends murals project: UTV

President Higgins to address Houses of Parliament during British state visit: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Higgins's visit to Britain 'will reinforce peace-building work': Irish News

Taoiseach – President's British visit will showcase Ireland: Irish Independent
Tom Shiel

James McClean Twitter rant could force Martin O'Neill to ban Republic of Ireland players from using social media: Daily Telegraph
John Percy

Monday, November 18

Haass to set scene for 'negotiations phase' of Northern Ireland talks: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Richard Haass in new talks as process reaches a key stage: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Founders of new 'centrist and pro-union' party in North to target non-voters: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI21 could radically reshape politics but cannot be all things to all people: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Alliance 'victory' over Northern Ireland political donations: BBC

Boy, 15, shot in Northern Ireland: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Latest attack on Alliance offices condemned: Irish News
Brian Hutton

Attacks on democracy must end – Ford: Belfast Telegraph

NI pipe bomb moved to waste ground by member of public: The Irish Times

Alliance bomb hoaxer bailed but must stay out of city: The News Letter

Sinn Fein event lauds prolific IRA killer: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Call for new Claudy probe after IRA bombers named: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

TD invites families of the 'Disappeared' to the Southside: Dublin People

Ex-soldier's book claims Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness were on list to 'shoot-on-sight': Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Questions of the past should be answered in full (Nov 14): Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

'The responsibility to act like Team Northern Ireland doesn't lie solely at Stormont': Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

New cross-border alliance to drive growth: Irish News

President Michael D. Higgins to make historic State visit to Britain: Irish Post
Steve Cummins

Only good things can come from President's historic visit to the UK: Irish Independent
John Downing

Banks to get €200k McFeely bath cash: Irish Independent
Cormac Murphy

James McClean denounces Belfast Telegraph on Twitter as a 'bitter sectarian paper': The Irish Times
Emmet Malone

Martin O'Neill on what it means to be Irish (Nov 4): TheJournal.ie
Ben Blake

A Walk on the Wilde Side – Paul Kimmage meets Joe Brolly (Nov 17): Sunday Independent
Paul Kimmage

Lennon missing Old Firm clashes: The Herald
Alison McConnell

Imagine devolution for all (Nov 17): Scotland on Sunday
Brian Monteith

Can Britain leave the Commonwealth? (Nov 13): The Spectator
Ed West

Sunday, November 17

NI21 leader Basil McCrea – Give Stormont tax powers: BBC
Stephen Walker

Basil McCrea to formally take NI21 leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Exposed – The army black ops squad ordered to murder IRA's top 'players': Daily Mail
Simon Cursey

Calls for inquiry into British shoot-to-kill policy in Ulster: Daily Mail
Mark Nichol

IRA bomb victim family want inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

Official IRA's terror trip to North Korea: Sunday Independent
Suzanne Breen

Catholic member of Irish Guards recalls 'repeated interrogation': Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Kilcooley, Bangor, loyalist poster condemned: BBC

Orange speech at Catholic event: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Police targeted in Strabane pipe bomb attack: BBC

Look what you've done – Derry attack victim's fight after being scarred for life by petrol bombers (Nov 12): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Petrol bombs thrown at Alliance party offices: The News Letter

Outrage at Poppy Bugler vandalism: Ulster Star

Why is Northern Ireland part of the United Kingdom? (Nov 7): The Economist

Nelson has questions to answer (Nov 15): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Reforms will hit the economy, but going it alone would be even more expensive (Nov 14): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Free Derry Museum rebuild gets green light (Nov 14): BBC

How quickly we have forgotten our sectarian past (Nov 12): Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Heroes of Good Friday keen to remind us that peace is still a process (Oct 31): Irish Independent
Lise Hand

New road signs with parity for Irish may be introduced (Nov 8): The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

1916 centenary should not be played by anyone for party political advantage (Nov 9): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

The Union is in peril (Nov 7): The Spectator
James Forsyth

Saturday, November 16

Dealing with the legacy of the past: UTV

Can Stormont avoid the 'mother of all logjams'?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

'Poots' comments about Adams will end up in dustbin of rhetoric and Gerry will remain Sinn Fein leader': Belfast Telegraph
Barton Creeth

'Cool' – Brand's verdict on Twaddell camp: The News Letter

Nothing funny about Twaddell crisis, Mr Brand: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man charged over MP Long bomb alert: Belfast Telegraph

Charges against union flag protester Jamie Bryson withdrawn: BBC

DUP ran 47 Maze visits – Party accused of 'ill-conceived charm offensive' on peace centre: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

PSNI service medals planned for staff: UTV

My 'working relationship' with a hunger striker: Coleraine Times

Victims' families sue over UVF Glenanne gang collusion claims: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Kenny rejects that government could have done more to halt IRA: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'Brits out' communist backs Sinn Féin unification push: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

EU funding for cross-border bridge withdrawn: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Local politicians react to Narrow Water Bridge funding withdrawal: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Mike Penning's message was blunt ... the meter is now running: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Free Derry Museum funding is secured: UTV

O'Dowd asked to explain 'burying' of cross-border education survey (Nov 12): Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Mobster Paschal Kelly gone on the run after threat: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Gang boss Kelly uses a disguise to flee country: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Liam Adams case adjourned for sentencing deliberations: Irish Examiner
David Young

It's not yet time to adopt the poppy but we can still honour war dead: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Cunningham rejoins subprime firm as director: Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan

Miliband should back the Commonwealth's quiet promotion of democracy, not try to wreck it: Daily Telegraph
Peter Osborne

Commonwealth – caught in the spotlight: The Guardian
Editorial

Scottish independence – the Union is endangered by premature and misguided complacency: The Spectator
Alex Massie

SNP's rise from obscurity to crest of its ultimate ambition: The Herald
David Torrance

Talking Ireland (Nov 4): GreaterKashmir.com
Z. G. Muhammad



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