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Saturday, September 15

Last ditch bid to beat North peace crisis deadline: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

IRA move on decommissioning expected: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Hope for NI in US tragedy, says consul: UTV Internet

Reid in policing talks with unionists: BBC

Adams tells of concern for friends still missing: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Sinn Fein-IRA fast falling from grace across USA: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Father of Omagh victim empathises with US: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Poyntzpass killers refused Lords appeal: UTV Internet

Friday, September 14

Trying to fathom Sinn Fein's next move: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

US envoy is 'optimistic': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Shock waves will engulf Irish republican groups: The Independent
David McKittrick

Loyalists suspend protest: Irish Independent

Offer of help from Omagh team: Irish News
Jacqueline McIntyre

Murder by any name: Belfast Telegraph
Desmond McCartan

A different mood will face those who favour violence: Irish News (Sep 13)
Editorial

Public unwittingly used to lure police into trap: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

SF had one of lowest election 'spends': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

New shadow NI secretary appointed: BBC

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

Witness tells how women protected men: UTV Internet

Cameraman was warned by soldiers ‘be careful’: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Thursday, September 13

US envoy positive but Ulster stalemate remains: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Paisley says US policy will change: Belfast Telegraph

Haass works on for north: Irish News
William Graham

Move to exclude SF 'set to fail': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Chance for peace must not be lost: The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Garda plan to combat armed IRA cash raids: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'One-day suspension' of protest: BBC

Massacre should prompt protest rethink, says priest: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Catholic parents pray for US victims: UTV Internet

Intimidation of Protestant children alleged: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

Ardoyne - There is not one victimised community, but two: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Terror chief's brother on bail: UTV Internet

Belfast boys shot in punishment attack: The Irish Times

Police recruitment 'will be 50:50': BBC

Quarter of applicants to police are Catholic: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Unionists discuss policing with Reid: BBC

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Kevin Myers

Officers escape injury in bomb attack: BBC

Pressure to name names ‘too great’: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

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

Secrecy of confessional invoked by former priest: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Wednesday, September 12

Envoy pledges North peace mission goes on: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

US unlikely to stop Sinn Fein fundraising: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Question now is: will US go on supporting Sinn Fein?: Irish Independent
James Downey

Mitchell urges political leadership: BBC

Leadership is needed in a time of crisis: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Loyalists demand "peace wall" in Ardoyne area: UTV Internet

Talks begin to resolve sectarian school row: Irish Independent

Community relations the key to NI peace: The Irish Times
Tony Kennedy

UUP delegation travels to the US: UTV Internet

Bishop appeals for support of Derry Catholics: The Irish Times

US Olympian’s Irish trip ruined: Irish News
Roddy McGregor

Sinn Fein call on minister to resign: UTV Internet

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

News producer was expecting trouble: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Reporter says he heard IRA gunfire: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Tuesday, September 11

Cuba 'confirms' Sinn Fein presence: BBC

Adams faces grilling over IRA arrests: The Herald
Michael Settle

US envoy on N Ireland takes tough line on Colombia link: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Aid to Colombian rebels disturbing - US envoy: The Irish Times
Rachel Donnelly and Michael Bradley

‘Time to fast forward policing’: Irish News
William Graham

Mallon urges IRA to meet De Chastelain: UTV Internet

Peace process approaches a critical moment: The Irish Times
Lord Kilclooney

Snakes and ladders of peacemaking: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

Keep the peace process on track: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA can widen horizon of peace: Irish News
Editorial

Assembly meets to discuss Holy Cross protest: The Times
Oliver Wright

School protests continue as negotiations are postponed: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Loyalist anti-school protesters unmoved by critics: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Demographic shift underlies Belfast strife: Christian Science Monitor
Anne Cadwallader

Difficulty of living together apart: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Bigots still having their way: Irish Examiner
Diarmuid O'Flynn

Leadership failure: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

As I see it: Irelandclick.com
Danny Morrison

MP in unionist forum call to tackle Protestant problems: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

IRA suspects in court: The Scotsman

Handcuffs protest in RIRA arms trial: Irish Independent

Bombing inquiry hindered by British - Quinn: UTV Internet

Republican reburials seen as FF opportunism: Sunday Business Post (Sep 9)
Barry O'Kelly

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

Witness tells inquiry of 'nervous' soldiers: BBC

'Paratroopers ignored rioters and went for civil rights crowd': Irish Examiner
Ruth O’Reilly

Monday, September 10

Northern Ireland set for direct rule as deadline nears: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns

Institutions in danger as new deadline draws near: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Assembly resumes for brief Autumn session: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Trimble refutes resignation claims: UTV Internet

Envoy to look at IRA, Colombian guerrilla link: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

IRA suspects transferred to new cells amid safety fears: Irish Independent
Frank Khan

Money may be behind 'technology' swap: The Irish Times
Jim Cusack

IRA meets the FARC: Washington Times (Sep 9)
Editorial

Mallon defends SDLP stance: UTV Internet

Huge summer recruitment of teenagers to UDA’s junior ranks: Irish Examiner
Joe Oliver

--- Holy Cross School dispute ---

Further protests expected at school: BBC

Loyalists promise not to harm girls on their way to school: The Independent
John Deane and Ruth O'Reilly

Belfast priest calls for show of unity: The Times
Oliver Wright

RUC face threat to families: The Observer (Sep 9)
Henry McDonald

Peer: Nationalists should apologise: Irish News

Anatomy of anger: one tale in Belfast: Boston Globe (Sep 9)
Charles M. Sennott

A hard lesson: The Observer (Sep 9)
Henry McDonald

Minority see protest as lesson for republicans: The Irish Times
Roisin Ingle

Something Rotten: Sunday Business Post (Sep 9)
Maol Muire Tynan

What are children for?: The Observer (Sep 9)
Mary Riddell

What makes grown men menace children?: Electronic Telegraph (Sep 9)
Jenny McCartney

Lessons in hate: The Sunday Times (Sep 9)
Liam Clarke

Loyalist bigots lost on the road to Alabama: Sunday Independent (Sep 9)
Eilis O'Hanlon

Holy Cross wasn't Little Rock: The Observer (Sep 9)
Henry McDonald

When you face fascists, weasel words won't do: Sunday Business Post (Sep 9)
Damien Kiberd and Frank Connolly

Truth lost in the myths of hate: Sunday Independent (Sep 9)
Alan Murray

No end to our children's suffering: The Sunday Times (Sep 9)
Helen Callanan

'Our children are safer going up that road than they are at home': Sunday Herald (Sep 9)
Nell McCafferty

Faces full of hatred in the name of Christianity: The Scotsman
Jimmy Reid

Looking for hope in N. Ireland: Philadelphia Inquirer
Fawn Vrazo

Children are paying price of our failure: Irish News
Roy Garland

Belfast flashpoint: Boston Globe (Sep 9)
Editorial

No place for barbarism: Irish News
Editorial

A solution must be found to sectarian row in Ardoyne: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Sunday, September 9

Reid 'hopeful' on dispute school talks: BBC

Loyalists keep up school protest: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Road becomes a flashpoint for tensions: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Holy Cross girls on tranquillizers: Electronic Telegraph
Olga Craig and Lorraine Fraser

The journey to a Belfast school that ended in nightmares, sleeplessness and tranquillisers: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Mowlam: 'It takes generations to change bigotry': Independent on Sunday
Donald Macintyre

School of tears and terror: The Sunday Times
Anna Burns

Long way round is a step backwards: (from Irish Examiner, Sep 7)
Anne Cadwallader

Children are foot-soldiers in an age-old tribal clash: Sunday Independent
Ronan Fanning

Siege of Troy: Sunday Business Post
Maol Muire Tynan

Ardoyne: the bitter heart of a divided province: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

The people hate . . . as they have always hated: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

Repeat after me: A is for apartheid: Independent on Sunday
Fionnuala O Connor

What an own goal: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

The heart of darkness: Sunday Herald
Rosemary Goring

Hatred that is bred in the bone: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Republicans hide behind Holy Cross smokescreen: Scotland on Sunday
Alex Massie

People must learn to live and let live: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

McGuinness says 'peace needs a miracle': Sunday Herald
James Hamilton

NI process is short on miracles: BBC
Mark Simpson

Trimble to stand down before next election: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

US envoy to meet McAleese: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Belfast youths tortured, beaten and shot by IRA: Electronic Telegraph
Ted Oliver

Loyalist groups deny attacks: Brigadiers call bombing a frame job: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Gardai on alert for loyalist bombers: The Sunday Times
Maeve Sheehan

Bomb Shankill website closed: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Breen

Saturday, September 8

A Cycle of Hatred Is Visited on a New Generation in Northern Ireland: New York Times
Alan Cowell

Peace package for Ardoyne crisis: Irish Independent

Funeral brings brief peace to Belfast: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

1,000 mourn boy killed at sectarian flashpoint: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Not just another casualty of the Troubles: The Times
Martin Fletcher

Loyalists stage silent demonstration as police escort Catholics to school: The Independent
David McKittrick

Assembly told to act over Belfast school: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Pope offers new plea for end to Ulster violence: The Times
Richard Owen and Roland Watson

A Wall of Fear, Mistrust in Belfast Neighborhood: Los Angeles Times (Sep 7)
Marjorie Miller

Children walk blood-soaked path of history: Sydney Morning Herald
Simon Mann

The priest and the principal caught in the dispute: Irish News (priest)
Frank McNamara

The priest and the principal caught in the dispute: Irish News (principal)
Kieran McDaid

Why Sinn Fein failed to take the extra step in school row: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Last stand in the ghetto of hate: The Guardian
Maggie O'Kane

A new low in history of north: Irish News
Alban Maginness

Bigotry, fear and the failure of Ulster's political leaders: The Independent
Fergal Keane

School dispute strikes a chord: BBC
Denis Murray

What happened to tarnish the dream?: Irish News
James Kelly

Editorials

Bush sends peace envoy: The Guardian
Julian Borger

De Chastelain to meet IRA: UTV Internet

Decommissioning body a pawn - DUP: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Unionists to brief US on 'IRA links': BBC

IRA suspects claim trip was for peace process: Irish Examiner

UDA: A group under scrutiny: BBC
Brian Rowan

Police informer to stand trial over Finucane murder: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

SF accuses Navy over job clearance ban: The Irish Times
Caroline O'Doherty

New evidence for murder man in appeal to clear name: Irish Independent

Exhibition to tackle 'ignorance': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Friday, September 7

Violence abates on Catholics' school route: The Independent
David McKittrick

Terror walk to school for Catholic schoolchildren: CBC (Sep 6)
Maryann Maguire

Principal keeps faith in striving for a united community: The Times
Oliver Wright

Ulster on 'brink of barbarism': The Herald
Michael Settle

On the sectarian battleground: Irish Independent

Street where children hear lessons of hate: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

UUP reiterates call for community forum: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Father attacks woman accused of murdering son: UTV Internet

Loyalists mothers keep log of abuse: The Times
Oliver Wright

Ardoyne school dispute — Parents' dilemma: BBC
Jane Bardon

Mothers and fathers stand firm on both sides: Irish Independent
David Sharrock

Children in the frontline: The Guardian
Madeleine Bunting

A stark lesson in what can happen when politics fails: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Kevin Myers

Ray of hope in midst of darkness: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Little Rocks and pipe bombs: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

Beleaguered antagonists painted into a corner: The Scotsman
Gavin Esler

The roots of injustice: Irelandclick.com
Des Wilson

A child in time: The Guardian
Christopher Hope

Sinn Fein’s Cuba Decision Is Wise: Irish Voice
Niall O'Dowd

IRA suspects deny terrorist links: BBC

IRA suspects fear being shot in prison: Irish Examiner
Fionnán Sheahan

Colombia attack linked to IRA: The Times
Gabriella Gamini

Cowen inquires about men in Colombia: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock and Joe Humphries

IRA's lefty roots are still showing: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Party leader quits in face of dwindling middle ground: The Independent
David McKittrick

Neeson strategy was courageous: Irish News
Editorial

Alan Hevesi: Irish Voice
Niall O'Dowd

Police attacked after bombs find: BBC

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

Photographer describes Bloody Sunday: UTV Internet

Group went to aid of teen shot by paratroopers: Irish Independent

Thursday, September 6

Schoolgirls pay a price for Ulster's sectarianism: Toronto Globe and Mail
Alan Freeman

Bomb thrown in Belfast school clashes: Sydney Morning Herald
Simon Mann

Ulster sliding down 'path to barbarism': The Times
Philip Webster and Oliver Wright

Blair challenged over ceasefire: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

Protests in north Belfast have to stop, says Reid: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney and Clare Murphy

Device designed to terrify: The Times
Michael Evans

'Loyalists have walked into a trap': The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Hutchinson defends U-turn: Irish News
Liz Trainor

'The children are being used as human shields': The Guardian
Sarah Hall

Principle outweighs risk for many parents: The Times
Oliver Wright

'This is about my child's right to get to school': The Guardian
Sarah Hall

Former residents ‘sadness’ at attacks: Irish News
Liz Trainor

Images of hate that will linger in the memory: The Herald
Ruth Wishart

Anarchy fills a political vacuum: The Irish Times
Mary Holland

Let’s bring out the best not the beast: Irish News
Jude Collins

Peace lines that have never seen ceasefires: The Times
Martin Fletcher

Editorials

Trimble 'to crumble' on police reforms: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Plans to help men held in Colombia: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

IRA link seen in rebel ‘gas attack’: The Scotsman
Jeremy McDermott

Former IRA men to testify: UTV Internet

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

Woman weeps at Bloody Sunday inquiry: UTV Internet

Wednesday, September 5

A Path of Hostility in Belfast: Washington Post
T. R. Reid

Schoolgirls jeered again: Troops protect kids from Belfast hecklers: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Riots after boy killed in Belfast: The Times
Oliver Wright

Loyalist mob runs riot in Belfast: The Guardian
Sarah Hall

Protests continue after sectarian clashes in Belfast: The Independent
David McKittrick

Deliberate knockdown of boy on bike being treated as murder by RUC: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Trimble warns of 'serious danger' that Ardoyne violence could spread: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Local people vent anger on TV firm: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Eyewitness: A second day of fear: BBC
Dominic Casciani

Loyalists damned by torrent of hate: The Scotsman
Malachi O'Doherty

School trapped on wrong side of the territorial divide: Irish Independent
Barry White

Mob turns its rage on schoolchildren: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

Editorials

Parties deserting the sinking peace ship: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Why is David hitching his cart to DUP?: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Bill of Rights slammed by UUP: UTV Internet

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

Soldier 'fired at dead or dying': Electronic Telegraph

Man tried to forgive Paras, inquiry told: UTV Internet

Witness tells inquiry of 'bomb tray': BBC

Man says he saw victims shot before his eyes: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Tuesday, September 4

Back to school, past mean streets: Christian Science Monitor
Anne Cadwallader

Children run gauntlet of fear: Electronic Telegraph
David Sharrock

'All we wanted was to get our kids to school': The Guardian
Sarah Hall

In a sectarian city, children go back to school and run a gauntlet of hate: The Independent
David McKittrick

Starting school, Belfast style: The Herald
Kieran McDaid

Parents to defy school protest again today: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney and Clare Murphy

Eyewitness: Sectarian clashes at school: BBC
Dominic Casciani

'World watches in disbelief': The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Unionists criticise RUC: Belfast Telegraph
Darwin Templeton and Marie Foy

No agreement on school route: BBC

The day innoncence and social responsibility died: Irish Independent
Joe O'Toole

Such deep hatreds expose the lunacy of sectarianism: The Independent
Editorial

A lesson in hatred: The Herald
Editorial

Ugly school blockade a sign of undeclared war: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Hideous message: Irish Independent
Editorial

Pupils' rights must come first: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Children must not be targets: Irish News
Editorial

Fresh violence in Belfast: BBC

SDLP warning over policing: UTV Internet

Paisley, Trimble to meet again: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Why concrete might be the only answer: Irish News
Dennis Bradley

Unionist Chicanery: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

Living in a world of make believe: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Bombing claims by three IRA suspects: Irish News
Sharon O’Neill

Sinn Fein says Adams 'still set to visit Cuba': The Independent
David McKittrick

McGuinness under fire over comments: UTV Internet

Unionist calls on China to raise Irish rights issue: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Recognition for girl killed in 1975: The Irish Times
Chris Anderson

Council meet to consider IRA memorial: Belfast Telegraph

Tribunal to hear OIRA anonymity request: The Irish Times

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

Bloody Sunday shootings recalled: BBC

Man dragged brother-in-law by the neck from Bloody Sunday barricade: Irish Examiner
Ruth O'Reilly

Monday, September 3

Trimble and Paisley to meet on policing: BBC

Agreed police service now: Irish News
Editorial

Gerry Adams set to abandon trip to Cuba: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns

SF insists Adams still considering Cuba trip: The Irish Times
Clare Murphy

An ambiguity that corrupts: The Observer (Sep 2)
Anthony McIntyre

Leaving 'black August' behind?: BBC

Loyalists force hire company to close: Irish News
Roddy McGregor

Plea for peace as pupils go back to school flashpoint: Irish Independent

Riot police and youths clash in Belfast sectarian violence: The Guardian
Sarah Hall

Only digging ourselves in even deeper: Irish News
Roy Garland

Bloody Sunday Inquiry set to resume: UTV Internet

Hume praises housing executive: Irish News
Roddy McGregor

The Tory party and creeping Catholicism: Irish Independent
Nicholas Leonard

Sunday, September 2

UUP issue police reform warning: UTV Internet

Trimble joins Paisley to bury police reforms: Electronic Telegraph
Alan Murray

Trimble says no to policing reforms: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Police stations to ban photos of royal family: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

IRA arrests in Colombia spark republican fears: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Bogota will haunt process: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Fianna Fail exploits Colombian links to stem SF's political rise: Sunday Business Post
Maol Muire Tynan

UVF members linked to bomb: BBC

Foiled loyalist bombers force calls to exclude PUP: The Observer
John Hunter

Intelligence war puts Real IRA on the back foot: The Observer
John Hunter

Nationalists named on websited targeted by pipebombers: Sunday Business Post
Frank Connolly

Whatever the issue, we'll just keep on fooling ourselves: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

Inquiry Bloody Inquiry: Independent on Sunday
Raymond Whitaker

Unionist who wanted to keep the Brits out: Irish News (Sep 1)
Andrew Boyd

Lloyd-Webber's tribute to boy killed in Ulster: Electronic Telegraph
Chris Hastings

Saturday, September 1

Nationalists divide over the vexed issue of policing: The Independent (Aug 31)
David McKittrick

Sinn Fein's police plan snub hits peace process: (from Irish Examiner)
John O'Keefe

UUP likely to defer policing decision: The Irish Times
Suzanne Breen

'Gains' on policing to play central role: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Giving a lead on the policing front: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

UUP criticised as 'anti-Agreement': The Independent
Alan Erwin

Come clean, Trimble challenges Sinn Fein: The Guardian
Sarah Hall

Bogota 3 rekindle dilemma for the 'friends of Ireland': Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Many questions about Columbia: Irish Voice
Niall O'Dowd

The Albanian rebels can teach us a thing or two: Belfast Telegraph

An historic opinion poll: Irish Voice
Editorial

Talks held over school standoff: BBC

Sigh of relief if school talks bear fruit: Irelandclick.com

Loyalists admit gun attack: BBC

Children see 'IRA shoot drugs man': Electronic Telegraph
Ted Oliver

Following Lady Sylvia's career: Irelandclick.com
John Gormley

Troops still suffer stress: The Irish Times
Paul Tanney

Birmingham Six man dismisses compensation offer: Irelandclick.com
Barry McCaffrey

Mother 'stored bomb bottles': Irish Independent

Dealer believed 'top IRA man' would kill him: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

3 in London court on firearms charges: The Irish Times
Rachel Donnelly

North Catholics 'don't take their politics from Rome': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

IRA memorial to be unveiled despite storm: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Baby girl brings joy to Omagh coma victim: Electronic Telegraph
Ted Oliver

Era of the emigrant draws to close: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole


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