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Wednesday, October 31

Cowen urges swift action to secure peace: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Trimble faces renewed challenge by hardliners on First Minister position: Irish Examiner

Durkan hopeful about Assembly vote: RTE

Meeting call 'an abuse' of rules: BBC

The first minister vote: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

They think it’s all over.. not quite: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Mavericks can’t be allowed to block Assembly: Irish Examiner

Close call expected on Assembly vote: Belfast Telegraph

More violence breaks out despite plan for IRA disarming: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Protestant murdered in front of girlfriend: The Times
David Lister

Victim's family appeals for an end to suffering: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Nationalists condemn sectarian murder:

Dissidents 'behind Belfast bus bomb': BBC

'Loyalist' urged 'rioting' claim: UTV Internet

Growing up in the shadow of violence: Christian Science Monitor
Anne Cadwallader

Rule of law is urgent need: Irish News

Terrorists have nothing to fear from Blair: Chicago Sun-Times (Oct 30)
John O'Sullivan

Tough-talking American who brought the IRA into line: The Sunday Times (Oct 28)
Richard Woods

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Kevin Myers


IRA urged to make new effort on disappeared: Irish News
Steven McCaffery

Cardinal says Empey is not a 'high flyer': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Victims’ group calls for meeting: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Omagh bomb 'a disaster' says accused: Irish Independent

Paras ‘stationed in Derry for anniversary’: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Catholic awarded £10,000 as job rejection ruled unfair: The Guardian
Clare Dyer

Northern Ireland must reject the Euro, says Lord Owen: UTV Internet

Tuesday, October 30

Trimble faces re-election battle: BBC

Anger at Provo gun deal forces SF crisis talks: Irish Independent
Karl Brophy

Step by step, N. Ireland eases terrorism's grip: Dallas Morning News (Oct 29)
Gregory Katz

UUP rebels 'could be expelled': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Man with key to Trimble's fate: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

Heavy onus on Peter and Pauline: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Adams says IRA arms move 'painful': The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Unionist pressure before move rejected as laughable: The Irish Times
Michael Bradley

IRA disarmament springs from Sept. 11: Boston Herald (Oct 28)
Robert P. Connolly

After Decommissioning - The Next Steps: (from The Source)
Gary Kent

A future without violence for Ireland?: Boston Globe
Thomas Oliphant

Perseverence will pay off on the long road to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Davin Clements

A miracle for the Irish: Boston Globe (Oct 29)
Padraig O'Malley

We should look before we leap into SF embrace: Sunday Independent (Oct 28)
Eoghan Harris

History is never over in Northern Ireland: The Times
Paul Bew

'Peace comes dropping slow': Christian Science Monitor
Alf McCreary

Honouring the dead:
Danny Morrison

Is Sinn Fein looking south to victory?: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

From the Armalite to the ballot box at last: Sunday Business Post (Oct 28)
Emily O'Reilly


In the Shadow of War is Hope for Peace: Time
Chris Thornton

Living with terrorism in Northern Ireland: Denver Post (Oct 18)
Jim Lyons

Revolutionary goals, conservative strategies: National Post
Neill Lochery

There's a touch too much of the Taliban around Ireland: The Sunday Times (Oct 28)
David Quinn

Arrest raises new violence fears: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Majority of Real IRA set for jail terms: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Adams warns of north Belfast danger to peace: Irish News
William Graham

Hillary Clinton sends her support to Holy Cross pupils and parents:

Holy Cross school run likened to Orange march: Irish News (Oct 29)
Julie Waters

We need negotiation not dictation: Irish News
Stuart McCartney

Residents must take the first step: Irish News
Elizabeth Irvine

Holy Cross horror must be halted:

Adams's 'fairytale' memoirs under fire: Sunday Independent
Stephen Dodd

Poppy services 'snub' for RUC wreaths: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Academy will help cultures to understand each other: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Monday, October 29

Sectarian clashes erupt ahead of key vote by Unionists: The Independent
Matthew Beard

Police in firing line as Ulster rioting goes on: The Scotsman
Jason Beattie

Violent protest at army watchtower: BBC

Loyalist gunmen must also disarm, says Cowen: Irish Examiner
Carl O’Brien

Trimble faces new crunch vote: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

DUP casts doubt on Trimble bid: UTV Internet

Leader cannot count on support of party: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

No Cheers for Resurrected Peace Process: Los Angeles Times (Oct 28)
Marjorie Miller

Trimble faces anxious week in quest for votes: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republicans claim IRA destroyed 300 weapons: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

Disarming doesn't mean IRA quitting: Boston Globe (Oct 28)
Kevin Cullen

Mitchell wants Trimble back: The Times
David Lister

Republicans on run granted amnesty: Irish Examiner
Carl O’Brien

US terror attacks 'led to decommissioning': BBC

Decommissioning move forced by Colombian links: The Irish Times (Oct 27)
Jim Cusack

Find courage to choose life and not death: Irish News
Roy Garland

Ah, Ireland - Welcome To The World: New York Newsday (Oct 25)
Robert Reno

Archbishop speaks for Ireland's 'forgotten' in move to peace: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Playing second fiddle to men of the moment: The Irish Times (Oct 27)
Dick Walsh


Peace owes its chance to a secret hero: The Sunday Times (Oct 28)
Dennis Bradley

Hidden legacy that hasn't gone away, you know: The Sunday Times (Oct 28)
Medb Ruane

Trimble told to take Cipro after anthrax alert: Electronic Telegraph
Toby Harnden

Sinn Fein anger over Ulster police advert: The Sunday Times (Oct 28)
John Burns

Securicor pull-out threat to Ulster cash flow: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Sunday, October 28

Trimble wins vote on power sharing: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Trimble prepares for key Assembly vote: UTV Internet

Primate praises arms move: BBC

Weary and Wary, Both Sides in Ulster Appear Skeptical: New York Times
Sarah Lyall

Paisley may foil Trimble's return: Sunday Herald
Bridget Morris

IRA arms 'a matter of trust', says General: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran and Jerome Reilly

Disarm call stuns IRA stalwarts: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

'. . . and they call it peace': Scotland on Sunday
John O'Farrell

MLA's doubt on arms may sway Trimble vote: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Party rebels threaten Trimble's re-election bid: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Out of a rock and hard place: The Observer
Alan Ruddock

It's not over yet: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Peace in Belfast and goodwill to Sinn Fein?: Toronto Globe and Mail (Oct 27)
Jeffrey Simpson

How America held the IRA over a barrel: The Observer
Henry McDonald, Kamal Ahmed and Ed Vulliamy

Hollow victory: Electronic Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Arms breakthrough puts process back on track: BBC
Mark Devenport

The quirks of history and the victory of peace: The Irish Times (Oct 27)
Garret FitzGerald

Is the end in sight?: The Observer
Henry McDonald

A disarmed IRA?: New York Post
George Will

A small step...: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Yes, it's symbolic, but that's the whole point: Electronic Telegraph
Kevin Myers

Farewell to arms: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay

Decommissioning was always going to happen: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Can a 'wee, fat, balding, working-class, ex-communist, Celtic-supporting British Unionist' bring peace to Northern Ireland?: Electronic Telegraph

Seizing the mood of the moment: Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Giant steps upon the long journey out of the darkness: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Hollow gesture to win concessions that add to IRA's power: Sunday Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

A chance to banish ghosts of the past: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk


Republican dissidents prepare to regroup: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Maeve Sheehan

Media seduced into inappropriate game of political choreography: Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

Saturday, October 27

General testifies to IRA arms destruction: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

De Chastelain will meet IRA over two more arms dumps: Irish Independent
John Devine and Tom Brady

Arms move mystery: UTV Internet

'There is more than a bullet and an ounce': The Irish Times

Paisley warning on security cutbacks: BBC

Trimble’s last hurdle to peace: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Watching the bases come down: BBC
Dominic Casciani

Victims of violence on 'emotional roller-coaster': The Irish Times (Oct 25)
Monkika Unsworth

Now we wait for Tony to display the same courage: (Oct 25)
Robin Livingstone

Trimble should show more faith in peace process: Irish Examiner (Oct 26)
Pat Brosnan

Trimble stood firm and his perseverance paid off: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

How politics forced IRA's hand on guns: Sydney Morning Herald
Simon Mann

Ireland's breakthrough: Financial Times (Oct 25)
Kevin Brown and John Murray Brown

The IRA: another Sept. 11 casualty: Toronto Globe and Mail (Oct 26)
John McGarry

Your shout: Electronic Telegraph
Andrew Gimson

What Made the I.R.A. Disarm?: New York Times
Maurice Hayes

A new chapter begins: Belfast Telegraph
David Trimble

Trimble’s turnaround a triumph for tolerant moderation: Irish Examiner
Carl O’Brien

'No surprises' in store for Trimble: BBC
Mark Simpson

Sinn Fein's formidable leadership: Irish Voice
Niall O'Dowd

It's not the time to be seen sitting on your arsenal: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Republicans don't need arms to win the argument: (Oct 25)
Des Wilson

Burying rusty guns will do nothing for lasting peace: Irish Examiner (Oct 25)

The IRA's appointment with history: The Guardian (Oct 25)
Jonathan Freedland

I won't join acclaim for IRA until I can know 'the score': Irish Independent

I gave officials a peace of my mind on IRA weapons deal: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Sinn Fein's next target is power in the Republic: Irish Independent


Endgame: how the guns were finally silenced: Irish Independent
Justine McCarthy, Susan Garraty, Bernard Purcell and Tom Brady

We will keep up the struggle, says breakaway IRA group: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock and Colin Joyce

Loyalists 'will not give up guns for at least 10 years': The Times
David Lister

A role now for NI religious, civic initiatives: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Bin Laden isn't Gerry Adams with a flamboyant beard: The Independent (Oct 26)
David Aaronovitch

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times (Oct 26)
Kevin Myers

End in sight after long march: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan and Nicholas Watt

Has Ulster really changed?: The Times (Oct 25)
Brian MacArthur

Ahern says structures of IRA block SF role: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Bomb attack on councillor's home: BBC

Soldier critical after loyalist blast bomb attack: UTV Internet

After the bombs comes the boom: Belfast savours peace dividend: The Independent
Cahal Milmo

Friday, October 26

UK responds to disarmament: Sydney Morning Herald
Simon Mann

They came. They sawed. The towers were conquered: The Independent
Cahal Milmo

Tributes paid to builders and guards who died: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Hills are alive with sounds of surveillance: Irish Independent (Oct 25)
Charles Arthur

In the shadow of the watchtowers: The Guardian (Oct 25)
Nicholas Watt

Sinn Fein to snatch at SDLP crown: The Times (Oct 25)
Oliver Wright

Unionists divided on arms decision: The Times
David Lister

DUP pair return to Stormont: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Trimble accused of treachery over arms: BBC

DUP predicts it can block Trimble's re-election: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Trimble, a gambler prepared to play for high stakes: The Scotsman (Oct 25)
Gethin Chamberlin

IRA's Guns Are Down, and Now It Is Britain's Move: Los Angeles Times (Oct 25)
Kelly Candaele

Hardline republicans accuse IRA of surrender:
Allison Morris

Adams removes mandate of history: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Thank the US for IRA Move: Irish Voice
John Spain

This land is our land!:
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

It's no wonder loyalists are now demanding a place in Executive: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 24)
Eric Waugh

IRA move twisted into unionist win: Irish News (Oct 25)
Jude Collins

A big step for N. Ireland: Philadelphia Inquirer (Oct 25)
Brendan O'Leary

‘IRA helped keep peace process alive’: Irish News (Oct 25)
John Kelly

Farewell to the armalite:
Danny Morrison

North wakes to hopes of a better future: The Irish Times (Oct 25)
Mary Holland


An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times (Oct 25)
Kevin Myers

Ireland's Jews praying for peace in two war zones: The Independent
Cahal Milmo

IRA will never allow repeat of loyalist pogroms: former hunger striker:
Allison Morris

Commission head meets RUC chief: BBC

Gardai get set to patrol the queen's highway next year: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Bin Laden and Adams share more than a beard: Electronic Telegraph (Oct 25)
Boris Johnson

Patriotism police lower the nonsense bar: Chicago Sun-Times (Oct 24)
Mark Brown

Holy Cross School: Hatred amid the hope: BBC
Dominic Casciani

Colombia trio's case may fail, say police: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Judge rejects plea to increase sentences on McCabe killers: Irish Independent
John Maddock

Clegg denied job in police: Irish News (Oct 25)
Seamus McKinney

Thursday, October 25

Britain Begins to Reduce Its Presence in N. Ireland: Washington Post
Adi Bloom

British demilitarizing Northern Ireland: Dallas Morning News
Gregory Katz

In Spirit of I.R.A. Move, British Remove Base and Towers: New York Times
Warren Hoge

IRA weapons move gives peace a chance: Sydney Morning Herald
Simon Mann

Last post for the presence hated both sides: The Herald
Brian Donnelly

Trimble paves way for return to government: The Independent
David McKittrick and Nigel Morris

Pace picks up in drive to fully restore NI bodies: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Amnesty for gunmen still on the run: Electronic Telegraph
Benedict Brogan and David Sharrock

Arms move means IRA's war is really over, says RUC chief: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

IRA still trying to prompt elements to disarm: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Strong US support for IRA move: Irish Voice
Jack Flynn

IRA's move will give Trimble a surge of support: The Independent
David McKittrick

Trimble’s reward for keeping his nerve: The Scotsman
Alan Massie

'It’s now time for unionists to put up or shut up': Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

Trimble's mention of a deadline raises a ripple: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisley does his best to curb the optimism: The Herald
Michael Settle

Weapons destruction unlikely to be televised: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Watchtower withdrawal is pantomime for peace: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Loyalists: paramilitary groups have no instinct to give up the armed struggle: The Independent
David McKittrick

Bomb victim's father appeals to loyalists: The Times
Daivd Lister

‘I don’t think the loyalists should act, not yet. They should wait and see’: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Adams: Don't put loyalists 'through the hoops' on arms: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Put all guns beyond use says lodge: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Adams calls on Real IRA to abandon arms: The Independent
Nigel Morris

We must not take our eyes off the IRA: (from Daily Mail, Oct 24)
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Prime minister's push for peace pays off: The Guardian
Michael White and Owen Bowcott

Memories mean hope is mixed with scepticism: The Independent
Larry Deeney, Clare Regan and Arifa Akbar

Dream breakthrough must be built upon: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes


A city of ancient feuds and long, long memories: The Times
David Lister

Violence erupts in north Belfast: The Irish Times
Michael Bradley

It's a long story: The Guardian
10 Ireland Correspondents

SDLP considers contesting elections in South: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan

President invites Holy Cross girls to Áras an Uachtaráin: (Oct 23)

Time to end daily terror of school pupils, urges Ahern: Irish Independent
Geraldine Collins

Wednesday, October 24

I.R.A. Relents on Arms, Saves Peace Accord: New York Times
Warren Hoge

IRA Weapons Disposal Hailed as Breakthrough: Washington Post
Michael Dobbs

IRA says it's destroying its weapons; peace process may advance: Dallas Morning News
Gregory Katz

IRA begins to disarm: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

IRA starts to disarm itself: Washington Times
Patrick Rucker

Bush welcomes IRA arms move: BBC

'This was the day we were told would never happen, and it has': The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

British troops 'pull out' to be accelerated: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Hard-liners left 'crying into their beer': Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Hardliners give breakthrough a frosty welcome: The Times
David Lister

'Let's get down to the real politics': The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Communities pray for peace but will ‘wait and see’: The Scotsman
Jim McBeth

'Rebuilding a community as divided as this is going to take a generation': The Independent
Cahal Milmo

Boston Irish debate IRA arms move: BBC
Joseph Winter

Victims of Provos' violence who cannot forget: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

'A few dumps proves nothing': The Times
Oliver Wright

Republican movement — Greater evil left IRA no alternatives: The Herald
Michael Settle

Irish terrorists feel the pinch of the bin Laden effect: Sydney Morning Herald
Paul Sheehan

September 11 was catalyst for change: The Times
David Lister

IRA loses US propaganda war: The Scotsman
Robert Tait

Why did the IRA decommission now?: BBC
Shane Harrison

de Chastelain — Fisherman who played waiting game: The Herald
Brian Donnelly

Loyalist gunmen not rushing to follow IRA: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

Euphoric Trimble still faces tough test: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

DUP dismiss IRA statement: UTV Internet

The day the IRA changed: BBC
Brian Rowan

The view from the peace line: The Guardian
Robin Livingstone

Why politics beat the paramilitaries: The Independent
David McKittrick

This is IRA surrender - and it will hurt: The Scotsman
Malachi O'Doherty

Double act on high wire that paved the way: The Irish Times
Niall O'Dowd

It's time to say - 'Well done, Gerry': Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

It is not goodbye to the gun and bomb just yet: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold


When the real war will begin against terrorism: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

UKUP leader Robert McCartney on the war against terrorism: Belfast Telegraph

Americans stand by and allow IRA cohorts to raise cash: South China Morning Post
Kevin Sinclair

Family targeted in pipe bomb attack: BBC

Attacks on Catholics hardly make news: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Kidnap fear over Colombia witness: The Times
Gabriella Gamini

Parents and children face down loyalist death threat: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

Bombing marked by school protesters: BBC

Ferris victory can help put Sinn Féin in poll position: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Real IRA man is jailed for five years: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

McKevitt’s solicitors given 2,000 e-mails: Irish Examiner
Diarmaid MacDermott

Removal of operations mastermind a critical blow: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Now it's payback time for republicans of the peace: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Plea to the Lords is Trimble's last hope: Irish Independent

Sellafield ‘could harm Anglo-Irish relations’: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Family threatens to sue RUC over missing files in murder case: Sunday Business Post (Oct 21)
Frank Connolly

Tuesday, October 23

Decommissioning has already begun - IRA:

Sinn Fein, for First Time, Asks I.R.A. to Begin Disarming: New York Times
Warren Hoge with Mirta Ojito

Sinn Fein prods IRA on disarming: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Sinn Fein Makes Plea To IRA on Disarming: Washington Post
Michael Dobbs

Sinn Fein calls for disarmament to save peace process: Chicago Tribune
Marjorie Miller

Historic step toward peace in N. Ireland: Christian Science Monitor
Anne Cadwallader

Adams urges IRA farewell to arms: New York Post
Frankie Edozien

Sinn Fein leader asks IRA to disarm for sake of peace: Dallas Morning News
Gregory Katz

Old Ally Urges IRA To Lay Down Its Arms: New York Daily News
Amy Sacks

Sinn Fein's leaders call on IRA to disarm: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

IRA forced to concede on arms: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

McGuinness courts US in Sinn Fein double act: The Times
Martin Fletcher

McGuinness 'insults' Assembly by absence: UTV Internet

We'll keep our guns, say UDA: The Times
David Lister

IRA braces supporters for a 'big move' on its weapons: The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA now expected to seal weapons dumps in days: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Uncertain future of IRA’s arsenal: The Scotsman

Leaders 'put it to IRA' to move on arms: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan and Monika Unsworth

Unionist welcome for Adams speech: BBC

Arms move risks dangerous divisions in Unionist parties: The Independent
David McKittrick

Unionists get an incentive to keep trying: Irish Independent
Barry White

UUP reaction to SF call is mixed: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Trimble bandwagon travelling hopefully again: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

‘Fudge’ move is a ‘dirty deal’: Irish News
Anne Madden

How September 11 forced the pace: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Changed world makes republicans act: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

World's drive against terrorism focused minds: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Guns could be traded for observation posts: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Adams aims to improve standing with US: Belfast Telegraph

Last call for the Belfast two-step: The Herald
Michael Settle

Adams, friends embrace merits of strategic thinking: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

At last, it seems the IRA old guard is marching into the history books: The Times
Tim Hames

IRA looks 'set to deliver': BBC
Mark Simpson

Blair has the power to dictate terms: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

High drama now calls for some real action and soon: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes


American editor hails Adams’s ‘massive step’: Irish News
Kieran McDaid

Hume no stranger to terror-filled times: Boston Herald (Oct 21)
Robert P. Connolly

Paisley leads party out of Assembly: UTV Internet

Man held in Colombia is Sinn Fein's envoy: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock and Jerry McDermott

Colombian 'IRA' witness disappears: BBC

Girls attacked as they speak of earlier bombing: Irish Examiner
Ruth O’Reilly

Reid pays tribute to O'Hagan: UTV Internet

Sinn Féin set to take Dáil seat from FF in Kerry North: Irish Examiner
John Downing

Gracey to continue as Drumcree protest leader - Jones: UTV Internet

You’ll never regret being more giving: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

Sectarianism needs local solution, says Lib Dem: The Scotsman
David Scott

Monday, October 22

Adams and McGuinness urge IRA to disarm: UTV Internet

IRA trying to rescue Assembly with deal: The Times
David Lister

Adams in arms talks with Provos: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Adams says IRA ready to shift: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

No early move by IRA on decommissioning: Irish Examiner
Mary Dundon

Reid urges IRA to act now on arms: The Scotsman
Hamish Macdonell

All eyes on Blair as IRA prepare to disarm: Irish Independent
Tom Brady, John Devine and Senan Molony

IRA arms deal will be entitled to legal recognition: Irish Examiner

Small steps on the road to resolution: Irish News
Roy Garland

O'Sama bin Laden and Internment: (from Fortnight and
Gary Kent

Arms issue ‘a case of pots and kettles’: Irish News
William Graham

Schoolgirls injured by blast bomb in north Belfast: The Independent
Paul Peachey

Man's shooting during riot condemned by DUP: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Several injured in sectarian clashes: BBC

Fair trial doubts for Irishmen in Columbia: Irish Examiner
Sean O’Riordan

Key witness in Colombian case disappears: The Irish Times
Michael McCaughan

Loyalists cash in on heroin glut: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

“Our Lost Land”: National Review (Oct 18)
John Derbyshire

Portadown Orange leader likely to step down: The Irish Times
Chris Anderson

Trying to steer clear of the middle of the road: The Irish Times
Roisín Ingle

Sunday, October 21

Arms dispute threatens Northern Ireland Cabinet: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

IRA abandons its convention amid fears over arms dissent: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein 'pressing for arms move': BBC

Decommissioning decision now in hands of Republican leadership: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

The final countdown?: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

De Chastelain key to IRA move on arms: Sunday Business Post
Frank Connolly

Will IRA move soon on arms?: BBC
Brian Rowan

The other war on terror: Electronic Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Waiting for a breakthrough: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Blind faith in the myth of decommissioning: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

McGuinness has arms issue all sewn up: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

RIRA supergrass a four-time bankrupt: (from Sunday Tribune)
Ed Moloney

Real IRA offers peace in return for prisoners: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Chris Ryder

Call to remove sectarian emblems: UTV Internet

Stormed by a mob of Sinn Fein voters: The Sunday Times

Postcards from the edge: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Excrement and urine greet Holy Cross girls: Sunday Business Post
Maol Muire Tynan

Cowardly narcissism is not real Ireland: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

State Dept says IRA a 'threat to Americans': Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Adams slammed over fundraising effort: UTV Internet

McCabe widow vows to block killers' release: Sunday Independent
Jimmy Guerin

Segregation in schools slammed by Alliance: UTV Internet

Roar of the Celtic Tiger is silenced: The Observer
Nicola Byrne

Ireland at peace with its past: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Saturday, October 20

Sinn Fein chief's US visit raises hopes on arms: The Times
David Lister and Martin Fletcher

McGuinness 'trying to reach weapons deal': The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Hopes for peace could hinge on IRA’s ‘summit’: The Scotsman
Ted Oliver

No arms handover, says SF: Irish Examiner
Mary Dundon

Ahern warns no indication of weapons gesture: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy, Mark Brennock and Gerry Moriarty

Six-day deadline for IRA to stave off a deeper political disaster: Irish Independent
John Devine

Irish foreign minister puts pressure on IRA: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Still time for progress says Reid: BBC

IRA decommissioning closer than ever - Donaldson: RTE

Republicans try to keep on right side of history: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionist opposition must end claims McGuinness: UTV Internet

Question time for IRA leadership: BBC
Martina Purdy

Power struggle clears way for IRA to disarm: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

IRA may finally be moving towards disarmament: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

IRA is in no mood to rescue the peace process: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Week of waiting: The Times

Peace deal under threat: Irish Independent

Process faces limbo unless IRA disarms: Belfast Telegraph

Entering the Endgame: The Irish Times

Cooper election bid rejected: UTV Internet

No coalition — McLoughlin: Irish Examiner
Mary Dundon

Ahern voices concern over Holy Cross protest to Blair: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney and Ben Lowry

Reid pays tribute to murdered journalist: UTV Internet

Arise Sir Rudi but keep an eye out for snipers: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Publisher cancels Adams book deal: BBC

Latest Currin bid to ease parade crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times (Oct 18)
Kevin Myers

Friday, October 19

IRA 'to end weapons deadlock' at secret weekend conference: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

N. Ireland Protestants Pull Out of Government: Washington Post
Michael Dobbs and Adi Bloom

Protestants Leave Group That Governs Northern Irish: New York Times
Warren Hoge

N. Ireland unionist ministers take a stand: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Northern Ireland back in crisis as Unionists quit: The Independent
David McKittrick

Republicans blamed for resignations: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Arms hope despite new Stormont crisis: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Hope rests on signs of breakthrough on decommissioning: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ahern to discuss next move with Blair: Irish Examiner
John Downing

Peace process stalls as Trimble loses patience: The Scotsman

No fears of latest twists and turns:

Dispute school governor meets Ahern: BBC

Protest will lead to deaths - Fr Troy: The Irish Times
Alison O'Connor

Fr Des: Debunking Unionism's arguments:
Des Wilson

Rally called for Papacy to be ‘dismantled’: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Judgement due in election case: BBC

Britain in the dock on human rights: Irish News
Kieran McDaid

Unpleasant undercurrent on truly historic day:

Inquiry adjourns for soldiers' legal bid: UTV Internet

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Soldiers 'watched' as group helped people: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Witness relates encounter with soldier: UTV Internet

Thursday, October 18

Sinn Fein hints IRA will make arms move: The Independent
David McKittrick

Leaders optimistic Provos to sanction arms handover: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Significant IRA move said to be possible: BBC
Mark Simpson

Blair calls on IRA to honour agreement: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

IRA arms move depends on Trimble, SF says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster Unionists give new walkout deadline: The Times
David Lister

Nationalists sound deal's death knell: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Mr Trimble should pull back from the brink: The Independent

No more delay in arms accord: Irish News

Sinn Fein must get it right: Irish Voice

New police board has a lot to discuss: Belfast Telegraph

O’Hagan: police quiz son of SDLP councillor: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

An island divided by the weight of the past: The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Burying heroes: Irish Voice
John Spain

A crafty plan behind IRA ceremony?: Irish News
Jude Collins

A new house and a new focus for equality: Belfast Telegraph
Joan Harbison

Egan's SF trip OK'd by Bush: Irish Voice
Jack Flynn

Hutchinson quits talks over school dispute: UTV Internet

Device explodes as children walk to Holy Cross: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Judge places curbs on Omagh plot case: Belfast Telegraph

Army defuses bomb near Omagh: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Six arrested after 130lb bomb found: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

Poll shows Ferris is on course to win seat for Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey

Adair must sign up to drugs test: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Endgame in Ireland: Day 3: The Independent
David McKittrick and Eamonn Mallie

Arise, Sir Rudy: Irish Voice
Niall O'Dowd

Sinn Fein quits D.C. for Apple: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon and Susan Falvella Garraty

Ireland must review neutrality standing, says Noonan: Irish Examiner
John Downing

Soldiers fight trip to killings inquiry: Irish Independent

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Bloody Sunday witness 'saw men with nail bombs': Irish Independent
George Jackson

Witness recalls bodies on Bloody Sunday: UTV Internet

Wednesday, October 17

November 4 start date for new police force confirmed: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Anger at plans to scrap RUC: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Rejected Reservists planning legal action: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Another brick in structure of agreement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein urged to back police reform: BBC

IRA arms gesture awaited: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Any symbolic move by IRA will be worthless: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

David Trimble's answer: Washinton Times

Labour MPs who miss the political point: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Movement on arms is now vital: Belfast Telegraph

Eames wants changes in event of decommissioning: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

Ulster Unionists turn the tables against themselves: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

How the Provos are Trimble's unlikely saviours: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Where is the UUP heading?: Irish News

Britain 'foolish for allowing SF in government': UTV Internet

Real IRA in link to bin Laden aide: The Scotsman
Frank Urquhart and Gethin Chamberlain

Police intercept bomb near Omagh: The Times
David Lister

Two bombs explode at home: BBC

O’Hagan probe: man freed without charge: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Children colour their walking nightmare: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

'Radical' radio shows forced from the Net: USA Today (Oct 16)
Janet Kornblum

Kevin Barry reburial
Stephen King

Endgame in Ireland: Day 2: The Independent
David McKittrick and Eamonn Mallie

'Finucane' gun was dismantled: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

A week of sorrow: (Oct 15)
Anthony Neeson

Britain ordered to pay damages to republicans: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Dunne unaware if kidnap ransom ever paid: The Irish Times
Caroline O'Doherty

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Man shot with hands in air: BBC

Inquiry told soldier perjured himself: UTV Internet

Tuesday, October 16

Ulster Unionists ask hardliners to give up arms: The Times
David Lister

Unionists' secret UDA/UVF meetings: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Disarmament must be permanent - DUP: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

RUC closes Gough holding centre: Irish News
Liz Trainor and Bimpe Fatogun

'Rethink' NI Executive withdrawal: BBC

Equality at heart of Agreement says Mallon: UTV Internet

Only IRA can save agreement: Irish News
Brid Rodgers

Time for the IRA to decommission: The Irish Times

Dispute school extra cash criticised: BBC

'Use cars' school row priest urges parents: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Dickson calls for end to school protest: The Irish Times
Monika Unsworth

'Confused' warnings at Omagh bombing: Belfast Telegraph

Court hears of mobile link to Omagh: BBC

The Hunger: The Independent
David McKittrick & Eamonn Mallie

Gerry Adams loses book deal: Electronic Telegraph
A J McIlroy

FAIR to disclose names of ‘IRA men’: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Daly soured cream on Ahern's bun: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Irish government accused of "terrorism fest": UTV Internet

Putting Ireland's past in context: Belfast Telegraph

Putting the past to rest: Irish News

Editor settles libel case against author and newspaper for 'substantial' sum: Irish Independent

Ahern warns off vigilantes: Irish Examiner (Oct 15)
Mary Dundon

Why Celtic are failing the test of sectarianism: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

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Victim told he is 'innocent': BBC

Witness says soldiers charged into the Bogside: UTV Internet