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Wednesday, October 15

Haass impressed with quality of peace talks: UTV Internet

Speculation on deal mounts: BBC
Brian Rowan

Out of the barrel of a silenced gun: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

Face-to-Face Talks a Sign of Maturity: The News Letter

Ahern confirms Real IRA meeting: UTV Internet

Implacable opponents of British rule: Aljazeera (Aug 6)
Roshan Salih

Omagh suspect seeks damages from the police: The Scotsman
Alan Erwin

Irish terrorists blamed for illegal gun trade in UK: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

IRA guns link 'doesn't exist': Manchester Evening News (Oct 14)
Neal Snowdon

Terror gun smuggling racket denied: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Large fire bomb type device made safe in N Belfast: RTE

New Proposal on Flying Union Flag Fails to Satisfy Both Sides: The News Letter

Former UDA boss flees North as cash row coup misfires: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

Man quizzed about Finucane killing: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI Poppy Day Inquiry is Condemned: The News Letter

Police respond to criticism from Sinn Féin: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Last Minute Reprieve for Former Army Spy Fulton: The News Letter

Microsoft pulls the plug on sectarian websites: Belfast Telegraph

Playing ball in Boston: (from, Oct 10)
Anthony Neeson

Irish Labour to set up Northern Forum: Irish World
Tom Griffin

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

Bloody Sunday Inquiry update: UTV Internet

Families to claim General Jackson's Bloddy Sunday shot-list 'a false account': (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 12)
Eamonn McCann

Army chief set for tribunal: BBC

Tuesday, October 14

Haass joins in Downing Street talks: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Hope of Ulster poll before Christmas: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Ulster breakthrough 'dependent on IRA': The Times
David Lister

Boost for North elections after London summit: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Stalled peace process faces yet another 'crucial' week: Boston Herald (Oct 13)
Jim Dee

Parties holding cards close: BBC
Brian Rowan

Blair must come to terms with the IRA's bottom line: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

UUP never 'declared' its position: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

UUP rebels told to apply for party whip: Belfast Telegraph

Caitriona's Elected: (from

Nationalist 'animals' in attack on Catholics: (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

Loyalists in failed coup ‘flee’ to Scotland: The Herald
William Tinning

Band funding: (from

Irish guns 'fuel British crime': BBC

Website Watch on Ceasefires: The News Letter
Gary Kelly

A lone voice of truth amid a sea of media distortion: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Black’s family demand answers: (from
Andrea McKernon

Scot faces trial over IRA attack: Scotland on Sunday (Oct 5)
Michael Leidig

Public inquiry on way into IRA murder of policemen: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

A Triumph of Good Over Evil: The News Letter
Karen Quinn

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

Soldier left army and joined UDA, inquiry is told: The Independent
David McKittrick

Soldier gives graphic account of shooting: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Monday, October 13

Summit looks at push for Stormont election: The Herald
Michael Settle

Adams and Trimble to join Ahern and Blair in No 10 talks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ahern - Peace process work far from over: UTV Internet

You could wreck the agreement Tony: Sunday Life (Oct 12)
Alan Murray

North peace could be example to world, says Cowen: Irish Examiner
Michael O’Farrell

Orde pressured on judge ruling: Sunday Life (Oct 12)
Alan Murray

Taoiseach pledges full inquiry into gardaí and IRA collusion claims: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Belfast hardman refuses to give in to son's murderers: The Independent
David McKittrick

Growling mad!: Sunday Life (Oct 12)
Stephen Gordon

Support our postal workers: (from, Oct 9)

Dissident threat 'significant': BBC

Abducted Co. Down man returns home: UTV Internet

Say 'No' to IRA request: Sunday Life (Oct 12)

Heroes and Villains: The Blanket
Tommy Gorman

‘Catholic priests in Freemasons’ claim: (from the Irish News, Oct 6)

Saville finds Bloody Sunday inquiry facinating: Sunday Life (Oct 12)

Award for woman seen as widows’ ‘rock’: Impartial Reporter

Why I'm a foreigner in my own capital: Irish Independent
Michelle nic Pháidín

Muslims claim to be “the new Irish”: The Irish World (Sep 26)
Paul Donovan

Sunday, October 12

Blair to call Stormont poll: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

No breakthrough in Adams/Trimble talks: RTE

Adams hopeful over elections: Scotland on Sunday

Adams Hotly Pressed at last: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Battle for Unionist votes begins: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Grattan

Dodds slams rebel Ulster Unionists: (from the Irish News)

Democracy without elections: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Cory's parity will raise more ghosts: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Judge backs probes into claims Irish colluded in British killings: Sunday Herald
Stephen Collins

Families promised advance notice of Cory assassination probe's findings: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Provos demand to keep terror war chest: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Unionist urges SF to drop opposition to DPPs: Belfast Telegraph

Tangled Times: The Blanket
Eamonn McCann

A thousand welcomes to the land of confusion: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Anti-sectarian laws won't work - lawyers: Sunday Business Post

TAIGS OUT - UDA thugs are back with night of attacks on Catholic homes: (from, Oct 10)
Áine McEntee

Sinn Féin looks to build alliance of the left: Irish Examiner (Sep 26)
Fionnán Sheahan

Tough questions for Labour: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Green whitewash: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Holding true course on difficult road to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Morton

Tamil Tigers pick Ulster’s brains on peace: The Sunday Times
Scott Millar and Siobhan Maguire

Ulster surprise - a beating for your birthday: Scotland on Sunday
Nicola Byrne

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

UDA Para Applies For Screening: Derry Journal (Oct 10)

Saturday, October 11

Leaders hold further talks: BBC

Northern Ireland poised for new elections despite lack of agreement: The Independent
David McKittrick

Northern Ireland poll date imminent: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Unionists fear voter apathy in new election: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Colombia campaigner lined-up for elections: UTV Internet

Parties holding cards close: BBC
Brian Rowan

Terminator role has real clout in Ulster elections: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Empey welcomes MPs' return: BBC

Cross-party unity to ensure we get our fair share of misery: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 9)
Eamonn McCann

Prison officers targeted in attacks: BBC

'Peace' claim follows violent attacks: (from the Irish News)

Polarised Protestants Isolated In West Bank: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Unionist MP back from Colombia: (from the Irish News, Sep 16)

Labour pays off for NI campaigner: Irish World
Peter Kelly

McBride case ‘not for Spellar to handle’: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Yet another leak . . .: Irish Independent (Sep 27)

Ambassador shares a cúpla focail: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

Bombings Blamed For Epidemic Of Deafness: The News Letter
Sandra Murphy

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

Dead or alive - para was ready to kill McGuinness: Irish Independent
Kieran McDaid

Soldier in bishop rifle claim: BBC

I Didn't See Any Nail Bombs On Body - Soldier: The News Letter

Friday, October 10

Further SF assurances necessary - Trimble: RTE

Rebel MPs 'back in fold': BBC

Call An Election Now - Paisley: The News Letter
Ciaran Mckeown

All bets are off in election stakes: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Nervous parties keep cards close to their chests: Irish Independent

Unionism and US share insecurities: (from the Irish News, Oct 7)
Patrick Murphy

Orde - year on a roller coaster: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Prison officers slam jail split plans: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Separation is no cheap option: BBC
Brian Rowan

GET OUT — Protestant postal workers warned to quit West Belfast walks or be killed: (from

Attack on pupils sectarian — PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Sinn Fein challenges British government over ongoing attacks: (from
Jarlath Kearney

Four held over McGurk murder: UTV Internet

Terror boss's fury over book claims: Sunday Life (Oct 5)
Stephen Gordon

Senate confirms Kenny as ambassador: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Hamilton split on snub of bobbies: Trenton Times (Oct 6)
Maria Cramer

Force 'split' after arrival of informer: (from the Irish News)

Row over Council's funds for GAA club: Belfast Telegraph
Kim Kelly

Irish must hold MPs to account: The Irish World (Sep 26)

Ordinary people will not let agreement die — MEP: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

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

Former soldier was in UDA: BBC

Soldier 'took body in car': BBC

Thursday, October 9

SDLP urges Blair to set NI elections date: RTE

Radical ways forward?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sniffing out a 'no' by any other name: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Would-be poll victors will not be silenced: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

We have a right to democracy: (from the Irish News)

Publish collusion report, says Adams: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

End This Sectarian Charade, Rea And Bradley Told: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Sinn Fein sectarian attack dossier: UTV Internet

Nationalists blamed for attacks: BBC

Hate crime laws 'overdue': Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Debate hasn’t flagged...: (from the Irish News, Oct 7)
Bimpe Fatogun

Prison 'separation' costs millions: BBC

Hurd book fails to speak volumes: Belfast Telegraph

Labour in a pickle over membership issue: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Inquest into death of punishment victim: UTV Internet (Oct 2)

Police and army challenge demand for evidence: Belfast Telegraph

Maguire brothers face IRA charges: Sunday Life (Sep 28)

Gilmore under fire for letter: Trenton Times (Oct 3)
Maria Cramer

Omagh relatives at Tory meeting: BBC

Motorman Shooting Must Be Reopened: Derry Journal

Taoiseach backs formal role for North in Seanad overhaul: Irish Independent (Sep 16)
Lorna Reid

Tiger jaw in Emerald Isle: The Sunday Leader (Colombo, Oct 5)
D. B. S. Jeyaraj

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

Para 'certain' the first shots were fired at army: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

British Agent Dismissed As 'Fantasist': Derry Journal

Wednesday, October 8

UUP meets to discuss election deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionists 'making peace process more difficult': UTV Internet

Unionists' demands 'not too high': BBC

Ahern - Not ready yet for NI elections: UTV Internet

Party at war agrees to differ over deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Irish republicanism as I see it, from outside the tent looking in: The Blanket
Thomas Gore

Judge issues warning over reports into Ulster killings: The Independent
David McKittrick

Judge seeks more inquiries into Ulster killings: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Coroner still awaiting copy of murder report: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Ervine on loyalist decommissioning: UTV Internet

Itching for a big hit - UFF killer squad: Sunday Life (Oct 5)

Stability Is Needed To Heal Divisions: The News Letter

Trust Is Real Casualty Of 30 Years Of Violence: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

MoD and Chief Constable defy Mallon coroner: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Flag flying at city hall 'not legally defensible': (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Ex-Terrorists Take A Big Slice Of Cash Aid: The News Letter
Kate Cooney

Justice must be dispensed faster: (from the Irish News)

NIO claims put my life at risk - Frazer: Sunday Life (Sep 21)

US ban on Real IRA stays in place: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Mayor Gilmore's letter: Trenton Times (Oct 2)

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

Ex-soldier denies executing victim: The Scotsman
Rhiannon Edward

Bloody Sunday soldiers acted like death squad, claims QC: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns

New Legal Move On McGuinness: The News Letter
Gary Kelly

Tuesday, October 7

Talks Dismissed As Republican Plot: The News Letter

'Ferocious' difficulties face election - Ahern: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

US envoy to boost North peace talks: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

IRA Arms Disposal Must Be Clear-Cut: The News Letter
Dan McGinn

Unionists' rejection of formula is revealed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP never ‘declared’ its position: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Assembly on hold as alleged spies await day in court: Boston Herald (Oct 6)
Jim Dee

Families demand spy charges are dropped: (from
Jarlath Kearney

Drift from 'one true faith' deflated Republican dream: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

'Why am I the leader of Sinn Fein? Because there’s nobody else stupid enough to do the job': Sunday Herald (Oct 5)
Vicky Allan

'If the IRA went away, there'd be another IRA the day after': The Times
Andrew Billen

Governments given murder reviews: BBC

Calls mount for collusion inquiry: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

LVF chief's father demands answers over Cory report: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Ahern, Blair ponder police collusion probe: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

SF Man May Have Paid Blood Money: The News Letter

Government must order full inquiry: Irish Examiner

O’Loan urged to probe murder collusion claim: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Comic relief 'in talks' over ex-IRA bomber fund: Irish Independent
Caroline Gammell

I'd talk with dissidents again - Omagh father: Belfast Telegraph

The Search For Justice Continues: The News Letter

Police monitor targeted: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Police chief tells of fears on new terror recruits: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

The Wright remit for Special Branch: (from
Jarlath Kearney

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

Para fired 19 times 'at Bloody Sunday sniper': Daily Telegraph
Neil Tweedie

'Silence' over three deaths: BBC

Monday, October 6

Ahern renews call to Blair on North elections: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

The Cory Report - The moment of truth: Sunday Life (Oct 5)

PSNI members face expulsion calls: Sunday Business Post (Oct 5)
Paul T Colgan

RIRA Legal Aid furore: Sunday Life (Oct 5)
Alan Murray

Father of Omagh victim in talks with extremists: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

30-Year Legacy of Troubles: The News Letter (Oct 2)
Kim Hewitt

Northerners are still the black sheep: (from the Irish News, Sep 30)
Briedge Gadd

Stormont 'spy ring' call: UTV Internet

Scappaticci's court bid to clear name: Sunday Business Post (Oct 5)
Barry O'Kelly

NI sport 'sectarian' row: UTV Internet (Oct 4)

Sectarian Violence a Grim Warning: The News Letter (Sep 5)

Massacre At The Monbar: The Blanket (Sep 25)
Anthony McIntyre

Taylor denies any involvement in joint bid for Derry Journal: Sunday Business Post (Oct 5)
Paul T Colgan and Anton McCabe

Cathal O Mordha, true friend of Ireland: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'Blair Admitted his Role in the Killings of Police Officers': The News Letter (Sep 5)

Anniversary of march into chaos: Sunday Business Post (Oct 5)
Tom McGurk

Group enjoys Orange HQ trip: (from the Irish News, Oct 4)
Bimpe Fatogun

St Gerry can mention my estranged sister but it appears I can't: Sunday Independent (Oct 5)
Eilis O'Hanlon

Bestseller that slithers from bullets to ballot box: The Sunday Times (Oct 5)
John Burns

'Mad Dog' Adair exposed as bungling liar in book: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

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

Former Provos may testify to Saville: (from the Irish News, Sep 30)
Seamus McKinney

Ex-IRA men offer Bloody Sunday evidence: Sunday Business Post (Oct 5)
Eamonn MacDermott

Sunday, October 5

Summit talks fail to break North logjam: Sunday Independent
Conor Sweeney

Election may be on cards despite logjam: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP 'blocking peace moves': BBC

McGuinness hint over IRA arms: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Unionist rebels return to fold as poll looms: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Stephen O'Brien

Judge to hand over report on controversial murders: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Now the Irish can join three Labour parties: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Labour wary of NI membership: BBC (Oct 2)
Mark Devenport

Was my family a victim of the Labour Party's racism?: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Woman to head NI security force: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Rule 'won't affect PSNI masons': Belfast Telegraph
Paul Dykes

Comic Relief funds freed IRA terrorists: The Sunday Times
Jonathan Calvert and Ben Dowell

Inside the Crum: (from, Oct 2)
Allison Morris

UDA Blamed for Bomb Threats to Prison Staff: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Revealed - UDA plot to kill Kennedys: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Adair linked to Finucane killers: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Terror chiefs say 'sorry' to families of slain informers: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Omagh families demand Dublin hands over informer: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Omagh film will focus on families' fight: The Sunday Times
John Burns

Arrest fears over 'dirty war' book: The Observer
Henry McDonald

A three-year-old is no soldier, Gerry: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Hume pays emotional tribute to a 'great friend of Ireland' in US: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Brinks heist priest plans book about his life: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Bill and Tony's bad adventure: The Australian (Sep 30)
Philip Webster

Saturday, October 4

Blair and Ahern in talks: BBC

Trimble sets out deadline for political progress: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF plays down hopes of deal: UTV Internet

Elections in North likely for November, says Ahern: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Ulster Unionists reject declaration: BBC

UUP urged to focus: UTV Internet

Compromise sought as talks continue: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Gerry Adams intervenes in O'Hagan case: (from
Jarlath Kearney

Not great, not even good ...: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

DUP allege bid to bend police recruitment quota: UTV Internet

GAA Flag Family a Bit Naive, Says MP After Shots: The News Letter

Buck Passing on Flags Must Stop: Derry Journal (Sep 26)

Open door on Partition: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Robbers linked to terror gangs: The Scotsman
Dan McDougall

Police revisit scene of loyalist murder: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Innocent man executed by feuding terrorists: UTV Internet

Commissioner signals will to meet Loyalist Commission over attacks: (from
Andrea McKernon

Outside chance for outside party: (from the Irish News)

Act to tackle sectarianism after a 30-year struggle: (from the Irish News)
Eamon Phoenix

Hardline on Hatred Fails to See Cause: The News Letter

Football Clubs Should do More: The News Letter

IRA moves to clear Ardoyne man's name: (from, Oct 2)

Vodafone pledge on Border fees: Belfast Telegraph

Burchill reported to police for 'racist' attack on Irish: The Independent
Ian Burrell

Church storm over 'BBC Bias': Irish Voice/
Jon Myles

Friday, October 3

IRA 'must deliver or we will be stuck in cold storage': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Empey accused of fearing an election: UTV Internet

'Trimble knows the old days are over' - Gerry Adams: Sunday Business Post (Sep 28)
Pat Leahy

The many tales of Gerry Adams: (from the News Letter, Oct 2)
Suzanne Breen

It's time Gerry broke the bad news to the foot soldiers: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 30)
Steven King

Adams gets specific - SF wants end to IRA: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Law to clamp down on sectarianism: The Guardian
Matthew Tempest

Sectarianism - 'not recognised as a problem': Impartial Reporter

Loyalists behind 'sectarian' attack: BBC

SDLP Demands Action on Bill of Rights Forum: The News Letter

Judge selection 'transparency' call: BBC

'IRA abduct dissident republican': UTV Internet

SF youth criticised over 'lapel Armalites': (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

NI marching watchdog appointed for further two years: UTV Internet

Overtime bill for police hits new high: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

No 'blind eye' to bobbies?: Trenton Times (Oct 1)
Maria Cramer

Our mum was tortured says victim's daughter: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Joining in the spirit of an All-Ireland win: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Kelly judicial appeal hears no re-investigation ever took place: Ulster Herald
Adrian Mullan

Inquiries decision expected this year: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Investigating the Inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Robert McCartney

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

Paratrooper admits killing four on Bloody Sunday: The Independent
David McKittrick

Tribunal soldier 'screened': Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, October 2

North to vote before end of year if new talks succeed: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Efforts continue to break impasse: BBC

Assembly election date crucial, says SF: RTE

Political gap widens over Assembly elections: UTV Internet

Parties become entrenched over form of words: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

SF warns of 'spin threat to devolution': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IRA must not be let off the hook, says Ford: Belfast Telegraph

Trimble Launches Scathing Attack on DUP Talks Record: The News Letter

Who can unionists trust?: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

North’s religious-political divide will continue to define its politics: Irish Examiner
Noel Whelan

Shakers who must become movers for political success: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paisley junior - IRA set to return to war: UTV Internet

IRA not imminent threat says Chief Constable: RTE

50/50 Drive on Course Despite RC Attack Fears: The News Letter

Police recruits merit support: (from the Irish News)

Time for SF to Bite the Bullet Over Policing: The News Letter

Alleged IRA spy ring court: UTV Internet

Party lifts ban on members in Ulster: Daily Telegraph
George Jones

Blair bugbear to Labour hopes in Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Hands up who wants to join New Labour?: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Change is a fact of life in politics: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Lacy professes love for bobbies: Trenton Times (Sep 26)
Maria Cramer

Julie Burchill turns on the Irish ... again: (from the Irish World, Sep 24)
Paul Donovan

Father backs murder probe: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 24)
David Gordon

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

Bloody Sunday Para 'remembers nothing': Daily Telegraph
Neil Tweedie

Wednesday, October 1

'Time short' warns Trimble: BBC

Party leaders shake on it for first time: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Deal talks go on as election looms: BBC
Brian Rowan

We are the Party of Ideas, Says Robinson: The News Letter

Decision day soon for dissident MPs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IRA Needs to Sort Out its Millionaires: The News Letter
Dan McGinn

Imposed unity cannot be the final solution: (from the Irish News, Sep 29)
Roy Garland

Catholics 'afraid to join North force': Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

IRA memorial a grim reminder of suffering inflicted on many: Boston Herald (Sep 29)
Jim Dee

IRA Held Roadblock Near Massacre Site: The News Letter (Sep 11)

Between Theory and Reality: The Blanket (Sep 4)
Eamon Sweeney

City on the Brink: The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

Let's join the civilised world: (from the Irish News)

From horror to humanity: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Renewed call to move on McBride injustice: (from the Irish News, Sep 29)
William Scholes

Human Rights Concerns Not Being Addressed: Derry Journal (Sep 16)

Maskey - NI council failed in pledge: UTV Internet

Scots' Anti-Bigotry Moves: The News Letter

Decision not to prosecute IRA informer 'wrong': Irish Independent
Chris Parkin

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

IRA Man to Give 'Sunday' Evidence: Derry Journal

No evidence given over 'shot': BBC

Soldier's evidence backs up that of ex-IRA man: Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday inquiry defended: The Times
Frances Gibb


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