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Friday, October 31

Paisley pledges to vanquish Trimble at poll: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

God has doomed peace deal, says Paisley: The Times
David Lister

Day Trip to Bangor Ends in a Bleating: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Trimble set to sign his dissidents' poll papers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP future in doubt as Sinn Fein thrives: Irish Post/

No Camp Told of Dirty Tricks Plot by MI5: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

To the polls ? with gloom: Irish Echo

Voters may lose patience: (from

2 and 3 reasons to be cheerful: (from
Des Wilson

He said, they said: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Let's speak out against all weapons: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Loyal Ulster' must adapt or die: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Sabotaging The Fight For Freedom: The Blanket (Oct 20)
Liam O Comain

Does the media have an anti-Irish Catholics agenda?: (from the Irish World, Oct 24)
Paul Donovan

Service to mark 10th anniversary of the Greysteel massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Grief of Greysteel drove me to search for peace – Hume: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

McConville family finds peace after a wait of 31 years: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McConvilles urged to unite for funeral: Irish Examiner
Louisa Nesbitt

Tragic chapter comes to a close: (from

Families dismiss Provos' regret at hiding bodies: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Fund commission will assess claims: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Victims of Omagh bomb 'deserve publication of Nally report': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Two Shot in Legs After Cabbie Killed: The News Letter
Kieran McDaid

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

You're Trying to Turn This into a Farce: The News Letter
Gary Kelly

Thursday, October 30

IRA says decommissioning talks must wait until after elections: The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA says 'little prospect' of progress until after election: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Government knew deal would fold - SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

P O'Neill's statement too little too late: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

De Chastelain 'wrong' over secrecy for IRA weapons: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

De Chastelain's threat to quit still unresolved: Ottawa Citizen (Oct 25)
Aileen McCabe

Trimble urges IRA 'to engage with ICD': Belfast Telegraph

Blair fails to rescue Trimble and now the SDLP may need a lifeline: Irish Examiner
Noel Whelan

New mandate is two-edged sword: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Potential for more 'happy campers': (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Why politicians lag behind the people of Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Mo Mowlam

More cock-up than conspiracy: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Alliance predicts 'voter apathy': UTV Internet

Poor approach to loyalist arms: (from the Irish News)

Probe call into UVF killings: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Speakers urge U.S. lawmakers to help end N. Ireland conflict: Trenton Times (Oct 22)
Marius Pakalniskis

Gina Adair 'carried £70,000 for White': Belfast Telegraph

Coffin of IRA victim escorted through Dublin: UTV Internet

Family of 'IRA victim' resume dig: (from the Irish News, Oct 22)
Maeve Connolly

Bereaved push for 'terror' files: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

The Halloween question that still haunts a family: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

No delay for Barron report - Ahern: RTE

SDLP Mayor buys first poppy: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

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

SF chief 'fired shot in bookies on Bloody Sunday': Irish Independent
Gary Kelly

Man 'did not have nailbombs': BBC

Wednesday, October 29

No Ulster Pact, but Elections Will Proceed: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Go-ahead for Ulster poll: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

Weapons crux put on hold as election drive gets under way: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna, Bernard Purcell and John Devine

N Ireland poll will be followed by more talks: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Blair gives up hope of early return to Ulster power-sharing: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Sparrow and Thomas Harding

Assembly likely to be put on hold: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Brian Walker

Politicians 'must get back to peace pact': Irish Independent
David Quinn

Tories join DUP attack on Blair over arms act: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

SDLP man urged to withdraw 'insults' to Tory leader: UTV Internet

SDLP Brings in Outside Help for Poll: The News Letter

Election 'won't be a cakewalk': BBC
Martina Purdy

Election will only sharpen the bitter divide: Irish Independent
Barry White

The danger of last Tuesday is that the agreement will get lost. That must be avoided.: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Maskey

Unionism is now split wide open: (from the Irish News, Oct 22)
Eamon Phoenix

'Tireless efforts' will only wash for so long: (from the Irish News)
Ray O'Hanlon

Rejection of the Belfast Agreement is entirely compatible with the unionist commitment to 'equal citizenship': Belfast Telegraph
Cedric Wilson

Not Only UUP Becoming Disillusioned: The News Letter (Oct 27)

Devil in the Detail - Again: Derry Journal

Prison officers' overtime ban: BBC

Some rights worth more than others: (from the Irish News, Oct 21)
Patrick Murphy

McConville's body to be released to family: RTE

Coroner's Legal Battle to View Files on Killings: The News Letter
Kieran Mcdaid

Report due on 1974 loyalist bombs: BBC

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

Inquiry hears author's evidence: BBC

Bloody Sunday inquiry to hear final witnesses: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Inquiry evidence reaches final stages: BBC
Paul McCauley

Tuesday, October 28

Unionists rule out deal with Sinn Fein before poll: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding and Andrew Sparrow

Leaders to concede defeat on pre-election North deal: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

Trimble rules out IRA deal ahead of election: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Ulster hopes fade after Trimble and Adams fail to reach deal: The Independent
David McKittrick

No pre-poll deal for North - Ahern: RTE

Splits in Provos Reported: The News Letter

No more quick fixes: Belfast Telegraph
David Ford

Republicans need Trimble for survival of Good Friday Agreement: Irish Independent

Why agree to meet when you know they won’t show?: The Sunday Times (Oct 26)
Paul Bew

We still need that ‘Mandela moment’: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Why all the hype?: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Durkan

Arms list could end deadlock: (from the Irish News)

Anybody here seen Bertie?: (from

Follow Sesame Street to Stormont: Sunday Independent (Oct 26)
Will Hanafin

Unionists 'could win west seat': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP candidate attended white supremacist meetings: Sunday Business Post (Oct 26)

Poppy Day Parade for Gregg Labelled Sick: The News Letter

When evil calls: (from

Billy Wright ‘was British agent’: (from the Irish News)
Darran McCann

United they stand: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Rather an honest bigot than have hatred hidden: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

PSNI Missing Mark - Survey: The News Letter (Oct 21)
Gemma Murray

Adams denies pressure on McConvilles: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

Majority of Irish want our troops sent to Iraq: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Bush plans to visit Ireland during EU presidency: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

Monday, October 27

Trimble's late demands could scuttle hard-won peace agreement: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Trimble set to call off meeting as hopes of deal fade: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Republicans make new proposals to end impasse: The Independent
David McKittrick

Transparent handover of arms is crucial, Trimble insists: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Process 'arrested' by Unionists says Adams: RTE

Parties try to resolve arms crisis: BBC

Blair lied to MPs over IRA arms, say Tories: Daily Telegraph
George Jones

Provos destroy large amount of Semtex and all heavy weapons: Irish Independent (Oct 22)
Tom Brady

Transparency is so uncouth in the Process: Sunday Independent (Oct 26)

Stumbling and staggering and still moving on: (from, Oct 25)

Too much hype, not enough IRA arms: Sunday Independent (Oct 26)
John A Murphy

Mystery of stockpile leads to speculation and mistrust: The Sunday Times (Oct 26)
Scott Millar

Reputation of the peacemakers has been enhanced: (from, Oct 25)

Burnside challenged over stance: UTV Internet

The Mouth That Roars: Time
Chris Thornton

David Trimble went and spoilt RTE's happy day: Sunday Independent (Oct 26)
John Drennan

SDLP plot to prevent SF landslide: Sunday Life (Oct 26)

Transparent reminders: (from
Danny Morrison

Cory will order two inquiries - Spy Chief Ingram: Sunday Life (Oct 26)

Sticks and stones: The Herald
Michael Tierney

LVF deny drugs haul link: UTV Internet

Irish prisoners treated harshly in U.S. custody: Irish Echo (Oct 15)
Tom Madigan

Computer files: Sunday Life (Oct 26)

IRA 'must clear mother's name': Belfast Telegraph (Oct 21)
Mary Fitzgerald

'Serve the Police and We'll Bomb You': Derry Journal (Oct 21)
Bernie Mullen

Sunday, October 26

IRA destroyed over 100 tonnes of weapons: The Observer
Henry McDonald

General’s weapons plea to IRA: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

IRA handlers refused to release de Chastelain: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray, Liam Collins & Don Lavery

Trimble - Arms move too secret: BBC

New bid to resurrect peace process: UTV Internet

Mounting fears of IRA split over North deal: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly and Sean Mac Carthaigh

'This time we are saying to politicians: It's not about you': Sunday Telegraph
Olga Craig

Peace process needs to keep public's confidence: Sunday Business Post
Bertie Ahern

The Politics of Public Humiliation in Northern Ireland: Counterpunch (Oct 24)
Harry Browne

Blair's attempt to wing it left Trimble and deal high and dry: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

‘Lies, The Lying Liars Who Tell Them - And The Law Of Unintended Consequences’: The Blanket
Tom Luby

Staring down the barrel: Scotland on Sunday
Chris Thornton

Time to trump unionism by decommissioning: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

A complex jigsaw that just fell apart: Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

Let in the light: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Machiavellian Gerry ensures direct rule is here to stay: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Peace stares down the barrel of a gun: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke & Stephen O’Brien

So what do you truly know, Mr Blair?: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Nothing lost as Trimble and Adams learn to trust: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Inching towards peace: The Sunday Times

Don't reward SF intransigence: Sunday Independent

DUP has last laugh at Hillsborough pantomime: (from the News Letter, Oct 23)
Suzanne Breen

You can't bury your mother here, says IRA: Sunday Independent
Tom Brady

Family feud over IRA victim's burial: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Illegal fireworks linked to Ulster paramilitaries: Independent on Sunday
Sophie Goodchild, David McKittrick and Annabel Fallon

Free to learn a little: The Observer (Sep 14)
Henry McDonald

Saturday, October 25

IRA to refuse to give more details about arms: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock,Mark Hennessy and Dan Keenan

Hopes fade for swift signing of peace deal: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonnell

Bumpy ride which stalled peace deal hopes: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Trimble warns hopes of saving peace deal are fading rapidly: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Paisley revels in his power to kill peace process: The Times
David Lister

Critics pour vinegar on UUP fish 'n chips: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

D-Day 'looked more like Dunkirk': BBC
Mark Devenport

Pols voice support for Sinn Fein: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

All North's players are victims of spin and blame: Irish Independent

All agree the war is over... in other words: (from the Irish News)
Simon Doyle

Tuesday will eventually be seen as a positive and significant day: Belfast Telegraph
David Trimble

Trimble Seeks Surrender: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Blair's last-ditch effort to salvage a deal for Trimble: Irish Independent

Republicans and unionists are united by an antipathy to progress: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

If only those putting on the show knew what we know: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

N. Ireland pact fails on verge of success: Boston Globe
Padraig O'Malley

Hope on hold: Irish Echo

The veil of secrecy has to be lifted: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP, architect of inclusiveness, is shut out of meeting: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

'International flashpoint? I'm on my way.': BBC
Dominic Casciani

IRA issues murder apology: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

IRA apology on murders meaningless, say families: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan

Symbolic return will be peace gesture: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O’Neill

Words no consolation to families: Irish Examiner

Navigating the Road to Peace: New York Newsday (Oct 24)
Bart Jones

It Can't be Like This in the Future: The News Letter

Plans to swap police personnel: Irish Post/

Row Breaks Out at Meeting of Victims: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Friday, October 24

De Chastelain threatens to resign in weapons dispute: The Independent
David McKittrick

General defends IRA disarmanent process: Toronto Globe and Mail (Oct 23)
Timothy Appleby

IRA has given up just 1pc of arsenal: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

IRA's change of plan sent the North peace deal off the rails: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Call for Blair to 'end confusion': UTV Internet

Trimble seeks IRA timescale for arms destruction: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

General meets anti-Agreement unionists: RTE

How many weapons? - Burnside: UTV Internet

How the unwary General got caught out in no man's land: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

DUP Hits Out at 'Simply Stupid': The News Letter

SDLP fury at 'gang-of-four' strategy: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Why deal stalled: BBC
Brian Rowan

One or two things I know about Tuesday: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Absence of evidence undermines weapons claim: The Times (Oct 22)
Michael Evans

Trimble trips up the choreography but he should fear the war dance: Irish Examiner
Pat Brosnan

Unsettled in Ulster: Boston Globe

Details on arms must be divulged: Irish Examiner (Oct 23)

SF goes with Ruane serve: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 21)

An election, but not as we know it: Impartial Reporter

Authors to go before inquiry: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

DUP accused of u-turn: UTV Internet

Build peace on an all-Ireland basis urges SF: (from the Irish News)
Tom Hartley

UVF is Trying to Kill Me, Says Father of Murdered Man: The News Letter

Real IRA boss to keep Rupert interview tapes: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 21)
Sean O'Driscoll

Ciaran Byrne meets Martin Mansergh: The Sunday Times (Oct 19)
Ciaran Byrne

IRA 'sorry' for Disappeared: BBC

Prison Officers' Dispute Must be Defused: The News Letter

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

After 13 months in London, Saville doubts remain: (from the Derry News, Oct 23)
Eamonn McCann

Thursday, October 23

Politicians Scramble to Revive Peace Effort in Northern Ireland: New York Times
Warren Hoge

Blair seeks way to reveal details of IRA weapons: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan and Michael White

Blair calls for details of IRA disarmament to be made public: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Lawyers look for loophole to allow IRA arms move to be revealed: The Times
Rosemary Bennett and David Lister

Governments try to overcome'secrecy' clause on weapons: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock and Dan Keenan

Pressure on IRA to list arms they destroyed: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Efforts to find North resolution continue: RTE

Ahern had feared breakdown: Irish Independent
Geraldine Collins

Taoiseach feared arms move not enough: Belfast Telegraph

Blair to push for more disclosure on IRA arms: Financial Times
Matthew Jones & John Murray Brown

SF urges Blair to state significance of IRA moves: Belfast Telegraph

NI role tests General's patience: UTV Internet

General John de Chastelain: The Guardian (Oct 22)
Colin Blackstock

Trimble dampens peace hopes for Ireland: Toronto Globe and Mail (Oct 22)
Timothy Appleby

Loyalties split in Trimble's own powerbase: The Times
David Lister

Paisley blames shambles on UUP 'failures': Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

Paisley - Trimble 'totally incompetent': UTV Internet

More from IRA before I back deal - Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IRA Accused of Treachery by Former Comrades: The Scotsman
Dan McGinn

Mandela moment never came: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

What is the price of being right?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Presentational fiasco can still be rescued: The Independent
David McKittrick

Sinn Féin will have to save Dave: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Sinn Fein finds itself in win, win situation for Assembly elections: Irish Independent (Oct 22)
John Devine

'Dancing towards a deal': BBC
Brian Rowan

Extras in a post-Habitat era: The Guardian (Oct 22)
Glenn Patterson

N.Ireland process - Where did it go wrong?: CNN

Now, it's the Ballot Box in Both Hands: The News Letter

The road ahead may be rocky but we have the direction right: (from the Irish News)

Tribalism is little more than the politics of the lowest common denominator: The Blanket (Oct 11)
Thomas Gore

Prison officers' homes attacked: BBC (Oct 21)

PSNI Missing Mark - Survey: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Wednesday, October 22

Moves by Britain and I.R.A. Toward Peace in Ulster Hit a Last-Minute Snag: New York Times
Warren Hoge

IRA weaponry draws fire: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Ulster: history is on hold - again: The Independent
David McKittrick

Threat to Ulster deal comes as no surprise: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

PM says Adams has 'said enough': Belfast Telegraph

They all stepped in, but some stepped out again: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Mitchell encouraged by Northern Ireland developments: Portland Press Herald

Trimble's rivals relish breakdown: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Libyan arms part of destroyed haul: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Lacklustre general out of step as choreography goes awry: The Guardian
Michael White

Plenty of words, but no evidence of guns destroyed: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

The day the deal on Ulster fell apart: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

The end of a shortlived friendship: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Something big, or another false dawn for Ulster peace?: The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

History repeats itself as peace process unravels: The Times
David Lister

Day of great expectations ends on sad, sombre note: Irish Independent

Predictable outcome in land of half-promises and mutual mistrust: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Trimble has blown it: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Trimble refuses to dance to the IRA's new tune: The Scotsman
Ted Oliver

The Good Friday agreement is brain-dead: The Times
Simon Jenkins

From jaws of victory: Irish Independent

Same old story but The End is in sight: The Times
Kevin Toolis


Remembering a black week in our history: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Why Ireland should remember its dead by building for the future: Belfast Telegraph
Kenneth Bloomfield

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

Bloody Sunday costs soar as probe returns to North: Irish Independent
Christopher Walker

Saville witness names top IRA men: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Tuesday, October 21

Today's Breaking News

Trimble dismay at arms move: UTV Internet—17:36

De Chastelain confirms decommissioning act: RTE—16:40

IRA signals move over arms: BBC—11:40

Let's take the gun out of politics - Adams: UTV Internet—11:00


IRA to signal war is over as deal saves peace process: The Independent
David McKittrick

Breakthrough 'close' on return to power-sharing: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding and George Jones

IRA poised for major move on disarmament: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Blair 'at full throttle' may fly in for crunch talks on North deal: Irish Independent
Philip Webster

Unionists set for election 'battering': UTV Internet

Trimble faces new challenge to peace proposals: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

The party's over as Ulster unionists get new image: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New logo spells renewed vigour: (from the Irish News)
Steven McCaffery

Infighting is damaging unity, warns UUP chief: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Internal ripples are unlikely to cause big splash for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SDLP signed its own death warrant by failing to gamble: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

A deal for devolution?: BBC
Brian Rowan

A shared and diverse vision for the future: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

'People died as informer kept in UVF': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

UDA's 'spokesmen vendetta': BBC

Call for inquiry into Wright murder: UTV Internet

Loyalist killer to seek lottery aid for artist colony: The Times
David Lister

How we stonewalled the Tories over the IRA's guns: The Sunday Times (Oct 19)
Robin Cook

The Rite Of Passage: The Blanket (Oct 3)
Anthony McIntyre

Flag removal plan supported by SF: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Tests confirm identity of IRA victim McConville: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

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

McGuiness 'bomb plot' dismissed: The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

McGuinness 'nail bomb attack plot': Daily Telegraph
Neil Tweedie

Monday, October 20

Trimble's move may clear path for new elections: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Unionists and Sinn Fein on course for deal: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

IRA arms formula key to new agreement on North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Keenan and Mark Hennessy

Ahern cool on Northern Ireland hopes: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Sinn Fein want public help: UTV Internet (Oct 18)

Governments on 'deal standby': BBC

At Last a Peace Breakthrough?: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

After 1,000 years, the Troubles may finally be over: The Times
Tim Hames

It's make or break time!: Sunday Life (Oct 19) (Oct 19)

Cop shortage could affect elections: Sunday Life (Oct 19) (Oct 19)
Alan Murray

Garda and PSNI to exchange officers: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

PUP raises flag issue with policing body: (from the Irish News, Oct 18)
Marie Louise McCrory

Dublin split over 'collusion' report: Sunday Life (Oct 19) (Oct 19)

Omagh relatives call for inquiry as transcript 'proves police ignored warning': The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

The informer and the fatal trail to Omagh: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Nothing or nobody is certain any more: (from the Irish News, Oct 18)
James Kelly

Fear Over Extradition Treaty: Irish Voice/
Tom Deignan

Separation vs. Segregation: The Blanket (Oct 11)
Eamon Sweeney

Ex-UDA boss ordered out before failed coup: Sunday Life (Oct 19) (Oct 19)
Ciaran McGuigan

Memorial to Derry IRA Volunteers Unveiled: Derry Journal (Oct 14)

Football bigotry row: BBC (Oct 4)

GAA top brass urge debate on 'foreign' games in Croke Park: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Brian Dowling

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

Keenan told not to 'engage with army': (from the Irish News, Oct 18)
Seamus McKinney

Sunday, October 19

Blair to call Ulster poll as IRA 'pledges to decommision': Sunday Telegraph
Colin Brown

Sinn Fein and Trimble edge closer to deal: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Trimble bends on 'acts of completion'demand: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Trimble speech raises peace process hopes: Sunday Herald
Dan McGinn

Adams 'will secure commitment': UTV Internet

SDLP leader says process is not inclusive: RTE

War is over, let's deal with legacy - SF's McLaughlin: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Orde hails need for settlement: UTV Internet

Political egg needed from golden goose: BBC
Mark Devenport

Unionists would like Sinn Fein dialogue: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Omagh agent claims Garda let bomb pass: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Mansergh - Ahern did not lie: The Sunday Times
Ciaran Byrne

Ahern wriggles on Omagh hook: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

Gardai accused over Omagh bomb: UTV Internet

State of silence: The Observer
Henry McDonald

If you're going to talk to terrorists, at least admit it: The Sunday Times
Helen Callanan

Release after Finucane questioning: UTV Internet (Oct 15)

Agent comes in from the cold to reveal army's dirty tricks in Ireland: The Sunday Times (Oct 5)
Liam Clarke

Bookies families demand answers: (from, Oct 17)
Ciaran Barnes

Storm of Critcism Hits Sinn Fein Move on Victims: The News Letter (Sep 25)
Ciaran McKeown

Join the dots from Provo to gangland 'executions': Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Kelly to quit Sinn Fein: UTV Internet

North should disband — Butch: (from, Oct 17)

100 Years of Orange Culture: The News Letter (Oct 14)

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

IRA men will not seek anonymity: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn McDermott

Saturday, October 18

Northern Ireland poll date in sight: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Ulster talks 'sensitive': The Scotsman
Rhiannon Edward

Blair and Ahern set to meet as North deal looks likely: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Mark Brennock

Assembly election date 'still not decided': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Trimble appeal for party unity: UTV Internet

Rebel MPs accuse UUP leaders of spinning: UTV Internet

DUP Only Party Able to Stop Sinn Fein: Derry Journal

Teetering on the brink but who really cares?: (from the News Letter, Oct 16)
Suzanne Breen

SDLP and DUP in 'poor relation' row: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 15)
Brendan McDaid

Loyalists 'lose faith' with GFA: UTV Internet

Call for terror cash row clergy to resign: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paramilitaries feud over sex and money as Adair leaves behind a power vacuum: The Independent
David McKittrick

The downfall of Mad Dog Adair: The Observer (Oct 5)
David Lister and Hugh Jordan

Terrorists are terrorists, not selfless community servants: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Rangers probe into net ‘loyalist shirt’: (from
Áine McEntee

Provos under fire following shooting: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Couple's home bombed: BBC

PSNI part-time reserve move: UTV Internet

These people are sectarian bigots: (from the Irish News, Oct 13)

Mayor busy being undiplomatic: Trenton Times (Oct 8)
Harry Blaze

North Protestants feel their Church is unsympathetic: Irish Independent (Oct 16)
Breda Heffernan

Church paper criticises the Pope: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Minister praises GAA's contribution to Ulster society: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 15)
Gary Grattan

Friday, October 17

Further talks to restore devolution: BBC

We'll be 'goosed' if we don't set date - Bertie: Irish Independent
Conor Sweeney

DUP blast Blair over NI: UTV Internet

North talks show signs of breakthrough: Irish Independent

All smiles at Sky Club, as talks drag on and on: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Sinn Fein will not be left out in the cold: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Never too early for predictions: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Politics is Still the Art of Compromise: The News Letter

Keeping the peace process on track: Belfast Telegraph

Hype, hope and history: Irish Echo

SF defends 'snub' to police chief: UTV Internet

DPP chairman rejects role in parades commission: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Living a nightmare: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Garden Gate Protest Over Union Flag Row: The News Letter

Loyalists deny bomb attack: BBC

Adair's wife in home appeal: BBC

Loyalist penny drops at last: (from

95-Year-Old Pays the Price of Hate: The News Letter
Kate Cooney

CIRA 'leading light' refused bail: UTV Internet

We want no more bombs: (from the Irish News)

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

SF councillor to tell of IRA role: BBC

Thursday, October 16

IRA to destroy arms in power-sharing deal: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

DUP 'not offering alternative': BBC

November Election in Sight but Talks May Still Falter: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Forty million reasons for no election: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Devolution Bottom Line is IRA Must Go Away, Rebels Warn Trimble: The News Letter

Rebel MPs reject offer to regain party whip: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Rebel MP's urged to toe line: UTV Internet

SDLP and loyalists angry at being left out of North talks: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Quiet American's staying power helps keep participants spirits up: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Bracing wine of reality continues to blow in FF’s policy on the North: Irish Examiner
Noel Whelan

Hopes are raised as peace talks progress: (from the Irish Post)
Gary Kent

Condemned by the 'kiss of death': (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Loyalists 'should end rackets': BBC

The traitors will have to face me one day — Adair: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

The battle against the paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph

Keeping peace is top priority: (from the Irish News)

IRA chief's £15,000 deal blocked by Omagh families: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Mansergh says meeting was for peace: RTE

Firebomb 'could have caused carnage': UTV Internet

Forensic errors 'put justice in jeopardy': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Claims over cancelled poll: BBC

Holy Cross 'cannot be repeated': UTV Internet

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Army chief questioned over 'shot list': The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor


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