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Tuesday, October 15

Britain Reasserts Ulster Rule, Suspending Elected Assembly: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Ahern and Blair call for end of IRA as Stormont suspended: The Times
David Lister

IRA under pressure for move to help end deadlock: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont closes with a whisper: The Herald
Michael Settle

Politicians fail, and the real losers are the people of Northern Ireland: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

SF, unionists blame each other for Assembly collapse: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Louise McCall

Assembly politicians bow to the inevitable: The Independent
David McKittrick

The corridors without power: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Irish-American group - Trimble contrived crisis: (from the Irish News, Oct 14)
Patricia O’Hara

Spy case unhinges Good Friday pact: Boston Herald (Oct 14)
Robert P. Connolly

Pessimism hangs over Stormont, but supporters say all is not lost: The Independent
David McKittrick

Give Northern Ireland's voters a chance: Financial Times (Oct 13)
Brendan O'Leary

Winners and losers as Sinn Fein slip: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

‘Agreement Avenue’ still leads to peace: (from the Irish News, Oct 14)
Roy Garland

Editorials

Colombia Three's separate cell risk: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Reid hopes for 'short' suspension: BBC

Drumcree takes open door stand: The News Letter (Oct 14)

Loyalist feud: UDA to respond to LVF overture: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Echo’s Anti-Sinn Fein Stance: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com (Oct 2)

Bloody Sunday documents claim: UTV Internet

Monday, October 14

Britain set to resume direct rule of N. Ireland: Toronto Globe and Mail
Alan Freeman

'IRA robbers' held as Reid shuts Stormont: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Suspension won't help disband IRA says Adams: UTV Internet

Cops gave 'IRA spy' gun: Sunday Life (Oct 13)
Alan Murray

The Troubles in Ulster Shift From Street to the Assembly: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Strong case for suspending executive - but not Stormont: The Scotsman
Fraser Nelson

Get on with the business of peace: The Guardian
Danny Morrison

Sinn Fein will never grow up if we excuse bad behaviour: The Sunday Times (Oct 13)
Liam Clarke

Let direct rule prompt us all to show commitment: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

The long haul: The Times
Editorial

North crisis - Suspension a short-term solution: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Save Dave and Damn the Peace: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com (Oct 9)
Editorial

Census figures will show big Catholic increase says Feeney: (from Irelandclick.com, Oct 4)
Colm Heatley

Population shift may affect power-sharing: Sunday Business Post (Oct 13)
Paul T Colgan

Renegade republicans regroup after arrests and infiltration: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Suspension won't help disband IRA says Adams: UTV Internet

King Rat's murder machine: Sunday Life (Oct 6)

Easily Annoyed: The Blanket (Sep 26)
Peter Urban

Ireland is losing its attachment to the US: Sunday Business Post (Oct 6)
Simon Carswell

Sinn Fein urge young voters to reject pact: Irish Independent (Oct 4)
Martha Kearns

Rambunctious Eire: Ha'aretz (Tel Aviv)
Adar Primor

European Expansion - Rejectionist Ireland should vote yes: Dallas Morning News
Editorial

Why we have a duty to vote Yes: Sunday Independent (Oct 13)
Editorial

How to break Scotland’s sectarian divide?: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com (Oct 2)
Jon Myles

Final red card for Old Firm violence: The Herald (Oct 8)
Robbie Dinwoodie & Rob Crilly

Sunday, October 13

McGuinness - IRA scandal not what it seems: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

SF ministers urged to resign from Executive: Sunday Independent
John Devine

Adams blasts Trimble: UTV Internet

Blair tells Adams IRA must disband: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Demands for IRA to disband 'unrealistic': BBC (Oct 9)
Brian Rowan

The raid that brought down a government: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

North enters dangerous territory: Sunday Independent
Ronan Fanning

This is not Allende's Chile: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Ulster's path to peace closes: Scotland on Sunday
Malachi O'Doherty

Adams has no answers to questions: Sunday Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Blair will punish the wrong party in Ulster: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Pushing Trimble into cold embrace of No unionists: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

What did John Reid have to do with the spy raids ... and can he save the agreement?: Sunday Herald
James Cusick

Shot to pieces: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Brian Dowling

See no evil, hear no evil: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The storming of Stormont: Sunday Herald
Kevin Toolis

Army endgame: The Observer
Editorial

Time for Sinn Fein to pay: The Sunday Times
Editorial

Dublin SF link to planned IRA raid: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

The spying game - how to beat the IRA: Independent on Sunday
Andrew Gilligan

The North's Spying Game: Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh

£60m to keep jails staff safe: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Real IRA agent was a ‘pub spy’: The Sunday Times
Maeve Sheehan

Portlaoise's RIRA prisoners say end armed campaign: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

Time to go back to square one on Northern Ireland?: The Scotsman (Oct 8)
Joyce MacMillan

A Question of Identity: The Blanket (Sep 26)
Billy Mitchell

Ulster's Indians: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 9)
Raman Kapur

Saturday, October 12

Britain to Halt N. Ireland Assembly: Washington Post
Glenn Frankel

Trimble warns against bigger role for Dublin: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Ulster assembly election likely to be postponed: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Police seized 1,000 papers in raids on 'IRA spies': The Independent
David McKittrick

Further IRA disarmament no longer enough, says Trimble: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

President's plea on Agreement: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

Will this crisis turn into a catastrophe?: The Independent
David McKittrick

Paisley in the ascendancy as IRA decline accelerates: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Given past deeds: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Loyalists make call on Adams: UTV Internet

Adams must cut cord to the IRA: New York Daily News (Oct 11)
Ed Moloney

When Irish eyes are spying: Sydney Morning Herald
Paul Daley

Sinn Fein's New Big Lie: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
John Spain

Editorials

Loyalists move to end feud: BBC

He'll be dead by Christmas: (from The People, Oct 6)
Mike Browne

SF faces new questions as gardai arrest republicans: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'The IRA will disband': (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Irish keep Europe guessing on enlargement: The Guardian
Ian Black

Will Ireland give other small nations a chance in Europe?: The Herald (Oct 11)
Alf Young

A platform for bigotry and sectarianism: The Scotsman (Oct 8)
Editorial

Friday, October 11

Halt Paramilitary Activity, Blair Tells Irish Republicans: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Blair tells Adams the IRA must disband: The Times
David Lister

Belfast 'shadow administration' a possibility after suspension: The Irish Times
Frank Millar and Mark Brennock

Suspension of Northern Ireland Assembly seen as only way forward for peace process: The Independent
David McKittrick and Nigel Morris

Dismay at plans to suspend assembly: BBC

Adams escapes grilling in talks with Blair: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

UUP stood to gain by raid at Stormont: (from the Irish News, Oct 10)
Jude Collins

The Worst of Times in North: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Tim Pat Coogan

If Stormont is suspended, let it hang: The Times
Simon Jenkins

Editorials

North Cops Blow All Credibility: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

'Robocop' raid seen as PSNI reversion: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

'Consequence of the game - you are only in trouble if caught': (from the Irish News, Oct 10)
Martin Ingram

At the graveside of democracy, Trimble and Paisley share a smile: Irish Examiner
Pat Brosnan

Trimble heads for Tories: (from The People, Oct 6)
Nigel Nelson

Adams pledge to doorman sent into exile by gunmen: Daily Telegraph
Sean O'Neill

Real IRA has tried to 'track down and kill' key witness: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

Loyalism part IV: Godfathers & the clergy: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 3)
David Gordon

The IRA’s U.S. Gunrunner Supreme: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com (Oct 2)

First piece of the jigsaw: (from Irelandclick.com, Oct 3)
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Pure hatred true to firm: The Times (Oct 7)
Tony Cascarino

Thursday, October 10

IRA chief remains committed to 'imperfect peace': Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Ahern meets Blair for crisis talks: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Blair's decision day for Ulster: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston and Andrew Sparrow

Adams calls on Blair to act: UTV Internet

Joint rule may follow Stormont collapse: Belfast Telegraph
Bernard Purcell

Hardman is a square peg in a round hole: The Scotsman (Oct 8)
Alison Hardie

Excluding Sinn Fein will not help says Ervine: The News Letter (Oct 9)

Revealed: IRA & the MI5 Files: (from The People, Oct 6)
Greg Harkin

Sinn Féin fantasy too far-fetched: (from The News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Can Irish republicans imagine a future without the Provisional IRA?: The Independent
Donald Macintyre

IRA has no intention of marching into the sunset: The Herald
Noel McAdam

They've got to go away you know: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Deep freeze is not end of agreement: (from the Irish News, Oct 9)
Brian Feeney

Ulster's peace process is stalled, not finished: The Times
Paul Arthur

IRA must get off stage for good: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Ulster's least worst hope: The Guardian
Editorial

Peace process in dire straits: (from Irelandclick.com, Oct 7)
Editorial

Assembly's achievements make impending collapse all the more regrettable: The News Letter (Oct 9)
Editorial

SF - Stormont First: The Blanket (Sep 29)
Anthony McIntyre

Ambassador's court alert over dossier on Real IRA: Daily Telegraph
John Steele

Teamsters, feds and an icy envoy turn up in 'terrorist' court drama: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Chief witness can't be trusted, McKevitt's solicitor tells court: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

Clergy backed in talks to end loyalist feud: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Bullies and blarney: Jerusalem Post (Sep 30)
Neill Lochery

Moloney book on Adams won't go away, you know: Sunday Independent (Oct 6)
Eoghan Harris

Wednesday, October 9

Irish Protestant Leader Issues Ultimatum on Sinn Fein Ouster: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Trimble to Blair: Boot Sinn Fein from govt.: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Throw out Sinn Fein or we quit: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston and Thomas Harding

Blair challenge to IRA: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour and Rosie Cowan

McGuinness denies SF role in political spying: RTE

It's a mess - but don't lose it: The News Letter (Oct 8)
Lesley Walsh

DUP quits Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Chris Thornton

Extremism and cunning help flow of power to Paisley: The Independent
David McKittrick

A peace deal that cannot be fudged: Financial Times
David Goodall

Short stay of execution will help to concentrate minds: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

A task more Herculean than just uphill: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Blair is fudging on terrorism at home: National Post (Oct 8)
John O'Sullivan

The securocrats' revenge: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Time for 'Sinners' to come clean: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Editorials

Loyalist death feud 'putting strain on police resources': Irish Independent
Kieran McDaid

Meetings to defuse loyalist feud: BBC

Joint Omagh bomb attack claim: UTV Internet

Real IRA plotted to kill Blair, court told: The Times
David Lister

Unperturbed and blowing kisses: Irish Independent
Eugene Moloney

Fur flies over flags furore: (from Irelandclick.com, Oct 3)

Tuesday, October 8

N Ireland assembly likely to be suspended: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Bush-Blair transcript 'seized by IRA spies': Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Third charge in IRA spy inquiry: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Unionists queue up to declare the end of the affair: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Police chief says sorry for manner of Stormont raid: The Times
David Lister

Blair, Trimble meeting today set to decide Executive's fate: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Frank Millar

Ahern on raid tensions: UTV Internet

Net widens to find additional moles: Irish Independent
John Devine

'Third Front' opens against Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The gap may be narrow, but it threatens to destroy peace: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

As trust drains away, the days of the peace process are numbered: The Independent
David McKittrick

There's too much to lose to let it all end here: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Spoils in battle for high ground: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Editorials

We're all in this together: (from Irelandclick.com, Oct 4)
Monica McWilliams

Shut up Jeffrey, says Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace and Noel McAdam

Shootings 'linked to loyalist feud': BBC

Rodgers calls for Maskey to resign: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Time for Mayor to move on: (from Irelandclick.com, Oct 3)
Editorial

Congress Seeks New Irish Report: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com (Oct 2)
Sean O'Driscoll

Irish opinion aflutter as war's winds buffet Shannon: Irish Echo (Oct 2)
Ray O'Hanlon

Ecumenism ... dead or alive?: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 28)
Alf McCreary

Monday, October 7

Northern Ireland Peace Accord Is in Danger, Britain Warns: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Unionists demand emergency debate: BBC

Stormont raid was fake, says McGuinness: Irish Examiner
John Downing

Reid has the power to restore direct rule with a pen stroke: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Sparrow

Stormont crisis deepens as Sinn Fein pair appear in court on spy charges: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Northern Ireland at the crossroads: The Scotsman
Ted Oliver

'Moles' likened to Collins: The Times
David Lister

SF man 'had files' on top army officer and loyalists: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and John Devine

How IRA spy scandal spelt the collapse of Stormont: The Observer (Oct 6)
Henry McDonald

Time 'running out' for NI institutions: BBC (Oct 6)
Mark Devenport

Let us all get a grip: Sunday Life (Oct 6)
Linda Gilby

Ulster on the edge: The Sunday Times (Oct 6)
Liam Clarke

Keeping the peace: The Guardian
Editorial

'The Naive Idiot': Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Reid and right: The Times
Editorial

New threats to peace process: The Scotsman
Editorial

Public must know danger ‘spies’ posed: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Crunch time in Nelson murder inquiry: Sunday Life (Oct 6)
Alan Murray

Loyalism part IV: Godfathers & the young: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 3)
David Gordon

Fresh doubt cast on killer's bloody end: Sunday Life (Oct 6)

Can The Course of Labour Afford to Wait?: The Blanket (Sep 26)
Billy Mitchell

Irish vote how they like, so long as it's yes: Daily Telegraph (Oct 3)
Philip Johnston

Sunday, October 6

Sinn Fein arrests make bad times worse: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Man charged after Stormont raid: BBC

Donaldson demands SF expulsion: UTV Internet

Stormont link handed IRA 2,000 targets: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Spy ring's codename for Blair was 'Naive Idiot': Sunday Telegraph
David Bamber

Government to quiz British on Sinn Fein raids in North: Sunday Business Post
Seán Mac Cárthaigh and Paul T Colgan

Blair launches last-ditch bid to stop Ulster peace collapse: The Observer
Henry McDonald and Kamal Ahmed

Assembly to go on hold again?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New threat to topple Irish Assembly: Sunday Herald
Torcuil Crichton

Ahern-Blair transcripts in Sinn Fein raid: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray & Jim Cusack

Sinn Fein will dig in after PSNI raid on HQ: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Cold war of IRA's secret agents: Scotland on Sunday
Chris Thornton

The IRA knows there that is no Plan B: it can do what it likes: Sunday Telegraph
Kevin Myers

As trust drains away, the days of the peace process are numbered: The Independent
David McKittrick

The end is nigh but Paisley has one more task ahead: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Enemy within: Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

Castle's in the sand at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Fatal Shooting in Belfast Raises Concern That Feud Is Growing: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Police question leading loyalist: BBC

Loyalist turf war fear after killing: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Real IRA chief 'to go free in MI5 deal': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Real IRA raid ‘had inside help’: The Sunday Times
Maeve Sheehan and John Lee

Garda mistake exposes informant: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Saturday, October 5

Belfast Police, in Unusual Move, Raid Sinn Fein Office and Homes: New York Times
Brian Lavery

Dawn raids deal blow to Irish peace process: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Peace process in turmoil after police raid Stormont: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Executive on verge of collapse after IRA infiltration: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Mixed reaction to police raids: BBC

A message of betrayal in the heart of Stormont: The Times
David Lister

Sinn Fein rage at the swoop on Stormont: Daily Telegraph
Sandra Laville

Sinn Féin calls for protests at police stations: RTE

'Burn all that's British except for their coal': Daily Telegraph

'A nice chap with a great smile' brings peace process to the brink of collapse: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Horses for courses: The Times
Editorial

High profile policing: Irish Independent
Editorial

The enemy within: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

IRA suspects snub Bogotá court: The Scotsman
Jeremy McDermott

My jail visit to Colombia Three: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

Adair isolated as loyalist gangs close ranks: The Times

Police reserve 'could join PSNI': BBC

Plugging the gaps in police ranks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Arms find blow to Real IRA as teen arrested: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Stench of death lingers on: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Hardliners win UUP nominations: UTV Internet

Hunter's standing for the Assembly acknowledges main plank of Agreement: The News Letter
Editorial

Civil Rights Vets Launch Status Campaign: The Blanket (Sep 19)
Fionnbarra Ó Dochartaigh

Friday, October 4

I.R.A. Men Accused of Aiding Rebels to Go on Trial in Colombia: New York Times
Juan Forero

Colombian shadow over Ulster peace: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

IRA suspects to face court in Colombia: The Scotsman
Jeremy McDermott

As three men go before a Colombian judge today, will their fate seal the course of peace in Ireland?: The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA suspects on foreign land: BBC
Mervyn Jess

Trimble feels the strain as Colombia trial begins: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

Fibres link police chef to IRA's intelligence raid: The Times
David Lister

Reid tells the IRA the violence must stop: The Herald
Michael Settle

Trimble calls for new peace culture: BBC
Ollie Stone-Lee

Good Friday Agreement not on table, insists SDLP: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Last chance for IRA to fade away: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Loyalist cash officer vanishes: UTV Internet

Mad Dog's Men Get Gun from Warnock deal: (from The People, Sep 29)
Greg Harkin

McGuinness condemns Derry attack: UTV Internet

Victim's dad lashes out at 'IRA Hitler Machine': The News Letter (Oct 3)
Gemma Murray

Provos shot bus driver - Durkan: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

No place in government for Sin Fein if Provo claims are proven: The News Letter (Oct 3)
Editorial

Police reserve 'will remain until 2005': BBC

Kelly slams 'toothless' Policing Board: UTV Internet

Priest attacks 'bullets and iron-bar terrorists': Daily Telegraph
Sandra Laville

Pipedream Peace: The Blanket (Sep 22)
Joe Graham

Edwina, Major and the Provos: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 2)
David Gordon

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

Witness denies pressure over killings: UTV Internet

Thursday, October 3

Clinton tells Ulster 'don't turn back': The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Trimble to tell of 'wake-up' call: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Reid warns of grave threat to peace: The Guardian
Julian Glover

Trimble condemns 'hysterical reaction' to IRA stance: The News Letter (Oct 2)

Haass dismisses Unionist walkout threat: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Blair and Ahern face key decisions: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Rulers still spurn Ulster voters: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Our simple message to Tony Blair: be a man and lift the ban: The News Letter (Oct 2)
Editorial

Irish diplomat to testify in Colombia Three's defence: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

Colombian three go on trial: UTV Internet

Row on policing stance rages in UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Clueless in North Armagh: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

O'Hagan's Killers Living It Up: (from The People, Sep 29)
Mick Browne

Loyalism at crossroads: The Adair factor: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Trick or treat killer sides with Adair: Derry Journal (Oct 1)

Mac Dog Adair: (from The People, Sep 29)
Joe Oliver

Adair is root of all trouble - UDA: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Tory quits for Paisley's party: Daily Telegraph
George Jones

What do you think now, America?: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Police say IRA behind Londonderry shooting: The Independent
Dan McGinn

Family defies republican threats: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

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

Army had no intelligence on IRA: UTV Internet

Wednesday, October 2

Blair endorses NI devolution: BBC

Playing the blame game does nothing to improve prospects for political progress: The News Letter (Oct 1)
Editorial

Violence must not fill vacuum: (from Irelandclick.com, Sep 27)
Editorial

Loyalist fear stalks streets: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Unionist threat to policing board: BBC

SF terms for joining the Policing board: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police deny inquest delay claims: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 23)
Chris Thornton

Uncle shot and beaten 'for defying terrorists': Daily Telegraph
Sandra Laville

My 'crime' was to do my job and protect my family. Now the IRA wants me dead: Daily Telegraph
Sean O'Neill

Real IRA splits over ceasefire plan: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Short strand anti-riot policy 'failure': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Unionists snub Sinn Fein mayor: BBC

Loyalism at the crossroads - Part II: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

At last we know the human cost of Gerry Adams: Daily Telegraph
Paul Bew

Blood and guts: The Guardian
Niall Stanage

Adams denies IRA book allegations: BBC

The time is not yet right for a public confession: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com (Sep 25)
Gary Kent

1972 bomb case reopened: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Victims' memorial garden call: UTV Internet

Two Quit Human Rights Commission: The Blanket (Sep 15)

The final vindication: The Guardian
Paul Foot

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

Bloody Sunday soldiers were "blatantly wrong": UTV Internet

Tuesday, October 1

Sinn Fein's Trimble and Donaldson claim: UTV Internet

All hope seems lost for North peace accord as prevailing sense of doom descends on all sides: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Unionists 'vandalism' against GFA claim: UTV Internet

Feuding Orange groups threaten peace: Washington Times
Anthony Healy

How loyalism fell off the peace wagon: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Prison lessons in life at the 'Spence University': The Sunday Times (Sep 29)

'People at interfaces under alarming stress': The News Letter (Sep 30)
Lesley Walsh

Reid 'to proceed' with police reforms: BBC

Driver shot after IRA threats: Daily Telegraph
Sandra Laville and Sean O'Neill

Political interest high in coming trial of the 'Colombia Three': Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Bogota trial begins: (from Irelandclick.com)
Fiona Brady

Adams denies IRA links as book calls him a genius: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Terrorist overlord to peace architect: The Scotsman
Karen McVeigh

Adams more to lose than 'moralistic' Major: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Orange and Hibs 'much to share': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

North population hits 1.7m record: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

NI census figures: BBC
Bob Osborne

We are doing our best to beat sectarianism, say Rangers: The Herald
Annie McGuire

New Claudy investigation bid: UTV Internet

Bloody Sunday was no Irish feud: Irish Post/IrishAbroad.com
Paul Donovan

Apology for Bloody Sunday accusations: The Independent
Robert Verkaik



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