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Sunday, September 15

Trimble confident ahead of crunch meeting: UTV Internet

Trimble's last stand signals trials to come: Sunday Independent
Ronan Fanning

The future ... or a trip into the unknown?: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Ceasefire monitor to get bigger role: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein backed ceasefire monitors plan until IRA veto: The Observer
Henry McDonald

No, no that's not a bomb, it's a calibrator: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Adams may meet with Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Meneely

We indulge Sinn Fein's two-faced approach to democracy: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

Sinn Fein's mask of truth slips in propaganda battle: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Victims of 'punishment' beatings only 14 years old: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Separating schoolkids ‘negative and unhelpful - Bishop Mehaffey: Derry Journal

Son of murdered SF man jailed over car bomb plot: Irish Independent (Sep 14)

Congress and Senate to hear Strand story: (from, Sep 13)

Army told IRA demo would be peaceful: Independent on Sunday
Severin Carrell and Charles Begley

This perpetual war: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Three injured in shooting: BBC

Shipley-Dalton quits politics: UTV Internet

Catholic paper told to tone down No to Nice campaign: The Sunday Times
John Burns

Saturday, September 14

Paramilitary monitor to be announced: BBC

Trimble boosted by monitor decision: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Haass supports monitoring update: UTV Internet

Ceasefire monitor must play key role: Belfast Telegraph

Trimble meeting party executive: BBC

Trimble faces party critics: UTV Internet

Time for a Trimble tightrope act again: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Belfast Lord Mayor Alex Maskey speaks on crime and punishment, policing and restorative justice: The News Letter
Peter Doughty

Good Friday Agreement must be defended: (from
Alex Maskey

Loyalist terrorist shot dead in N Ireland: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

New security plans for Short Strand: RTE

Strand Protestants speak out on attacks: (from

Joint bid to crack IRA fund-raising racket: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

New York no-go zone for PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Is policing penny beginning to drop on Sinn Fein?: The News Letter (Sep 13)

Laying it on the line over policing: Belfast Telegraph

Finucane widow seeks police files: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

Irish station may be about to go on air: Belfast Telegraph
Fiona McIlwaine Biggins

Friday, September 13

NI talks focus moves to Dublin: BBC

Trimble wins case for third party monitor on ceasefires: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Sinn Fein blast Trimble: UTV Internet

Crisis management time...again: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Early days for auditor suggestion: Irish Examiner

CCTV plan for Belfast flashpoint: BBC

Sinn Fein under fire over policing: UTV Internet

Laying it on the line over policing: Belfast Telegraph

Devenney - Rigorous probe needed: (from

Republicans blamed for Belfast murder bid: UTV Internet

Ulster shares US belief that good will conquer evil: The News Letter

Controlling the Streets: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Tape suggests RUC knew of bomb: Ulster Herald

Union crowned by lack of celebration: The Scotsman
William Chisholm

Bloody Sunday murder accusation claim: UTV Internet

Thursday, September 12

IRA rejects ceasefire auditor: BBC

Independent ceasefire monitor 'soon': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

IRA says it is opposed to sectarian violence: RTE

MLAs clash in debate over sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph

Blair pledges NI police support: BBC

Trimble wins concession on keeping full-time police reserve: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Calls for Sinn Fein to join NI policing board: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Law and order tops talks agenda: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

North cops may seek U.S. extradition of Ex-Castlereigh cook: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Parades Commission costs rapped: UTV Internet

Fighting old games by old rules: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

10 years after man's murder, family seeks justice: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Out Of The Ashes Of Armed Struggle Arose The Stormontistas And They Fought … Ardoyne Youth: The Blanket (Sep 9)
Anthony McIntyre

Gerry's recipe for success: confit of pulling your leg: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Irish bigotry rears its ugly head at solemn ceremony: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Trimble and Durkan join the tributes: Belfast Telegraph

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

Marchers 'shot in gun battle': BBC

Wednesday, September 11

Trimble in talks to head off fresh N Ireland crisis: Financial Times
John Murray Brown and Jimmy Burns

Adams and Trimble face-to-face meting: UTV Internet

Durkan to meet PM as heat rises: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Durkin's Push for Irish Unity: Fortnight
Malachi O'Doherty

Ulster police reform obstructed by rioting: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Policing is key to progress in North: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

New PSNI chief in talks with Blair today: RTE

SF rubbishes 'injuries' report: Belfast Telegraph

Senior police officer on integration: UTV Internet

Collusion: (from, Sep 9)

The Interface: The Blanket
Davy Carlin

Ireland's proud to ally with U.S. vs. terrorism: Boston Herald
Richard Egan

Terrorism - a word without meaning: (from Fortnight)
Suzanne Breen

Unionist ordered from chamber: UTV Internet

Tiocfaidh ar la, shouts jailed loyalist: Belfast Telegraph

Omagh fund allocation criticised: BBC

Tuesday, September 10

SF rejects monitor for all ceasefires: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Adams warning on unionism: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein in ETA row: UTV Internet

War on Terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Greg McLaughin and Steve Baker

Human Rights Commission blow: UTV Internet

Jury is still out on PSNI partnerships: (from

Eames tells of policing hopes: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 6)
Chris Thornton

UUP man slams 'spineless SDLP': (from, Sep 6)

Poll bid could squeeze out UUP Yes men: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fears over electoral register changes: BBC (Sep 6)
Mark Devenport

Paramilitary uniforms banned from 'Pool parades: Irish Post/ (Sep 4)

Understanding Culture: The Blanket (Sep 5)
Billy Mitchell

McAleese praises peace workers: UTV Internet

Fortnight a long time in politics: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Assembly to debate sectarianism: BBC

My close shave with flag-waving loyalist thugs: Irish Independent
Barrie Hanley

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

Wound not from bullet, probe told: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Monday, September 9

Peace process tops talks agenda: BBC

Government in talks on 'terrorism auditor': Sunday Business Post (Sep 8)
Paul T Colgan

'Ethnic cleansing' claim over Ulster attacks: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Holy Cross - From panic to playtime: Sunday Life (Sep 8)
Pauline Reynolds

SF video shows how PSNI stood by as loyalists attack: Sunday Business Post (Sep 8)
Paul T Colgan

Elite PSNI units are deployed: Sunday Life (Sep 8)
Alan Murray

McLaughlin's personal details found on loyalist: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

Back to Crisis In the North: Irish Voice/

Belfast base that became lure for terrorists to close: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

RUC officers involved in hoax arms finds, claims witness: Sunday Business Post (Sep 8)
Barry O'Kelly

IRA's hardline faction gets a stronger voice: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Durkan admits to 'shouting match' spats: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 6)
Chris Thornton

Why Doesn't Britain Leave?: The Blanket (Sep 5)
Sandy Boyer

Let's not trip up over tricolour: Sunday Life (Sep 8)
Linda Gilby

SF Denounces Colombia Three "Prejudice": Irish Voice/
Brendan Anderson

North's MI5 man in bizarre chemical weapons plot: Sunday Business Post (Sep 1)
Barry O'Kelly

Peace mum says 9/11 garden plan ignores NI victims: Sunday Life (Sep 8)

Hounded by the mob: The Sunday Times (Sep 8)
Brian Doogan

Loyalists and Dublin criminals behind €80m drugs haul: Sunday Business Post (Sep 8)
Barry O'Kelly

Sunday, September 8

Attack on widow's home shows peace's 'backward' move: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Family condemn 'evil' graffiti: BBC

UDA gang sends bomb 'message' to campaigner: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Republicans warned by police after list discovered: RTE

Reid wants zero-tolerance crackdown on criminals: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

PSNI's Catholic recruits plummet: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

UUP still gnawing at it's own entrails: Sunday Business Post
Maol Muire Tynan

The key word in the days ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Trimble staff levels probe: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

A view from Napoleon's Nose: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Egan tries diplomacy the executive way: Boston Globe
Charles M. Sennott

US special envoy on Ulster back for talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

N. Ireland mission for U.S. official: Philadelphia Inquirer
Barry Schweid

Make your own jobs is the advice from trade summit: Sunday Business Post
Simon Carswell

Sinn Fein's Iraq warning: UTV Internet

SDLP looks to fill gap left by unionists for Maskey No 2 job: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

McGuinness could face court over Claudy: Sunday Life (Sep 1)

Ex-Sinn Fein chief rebuts Keane claims: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Ulster is peace model for Middle East delegation: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

De Chastelain 'plotted to invade breakaway Quebec': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Saturday, September 7

First Minister tells of SDLP worry: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Is The Peace Process Working?: Irish Herald (Sep 3)
Buffy Maguire

IRA dissidents look to Gerry Adams senior: The Times
David Lister

Gerry Adams makes me cringe: Daily Telegraph
Tom Utley

Maskey's flag gesture has to be placed in sensible perspective: The News Letter

Flagging up equality: (from, Sep 6)
Gearóid Ó Cairealláin

A week in politics: BBC
Mark Devenport

The great pretender: (from, Sep 5)

SF clash with police chief over 'bungled' death threat: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Call to join NI policing partnerships: BBC

What do you want from the PSNI?: Belfast Telegraph
Desmond Rea

The Rioting Police: The Blanket (Aug 30)
Anthony McIntyre

Helping Mr Orde walk the walk: (from, Sep 5)

Giving the public a say in policing: Belfast Telegraph

Colombia Three give unionists key card to play: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Terrorism takes root in tranquil seaside hideaway: The Times
David Lister

Mentally scared 'denied help' from Omagh fund: Ulster Herald (Sep 5)
Adrian Mullan

Linfield hits back at Keane 'bigots' claim: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 31)
Fiona McIlwaine Biggins

Friday, September 6

McGuinness lashes out at unionism: UTV Internet

McQuillan 'biased' in assessment - Empey: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Church leaders' riots plea: Belfast Telegraph

Old feuds, Protestant despair roil Ulster truce: Chicago Tribune
Tom Hundley

Terrorist threat to North: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Reid challenges Ulster police: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Orde gets government backing over reserve: UTV Internet

Terrorists challenge the rule of law in estate: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Police seek chef's extradition: BBC

Armed guard put on chef's wife over Castlereagh theft: Irish Independent

Castlereagh break-in: Who was behind it?: BBC
Brian Rowan

Protestant helped the IRA say 'sorry': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The real reasons for saying sorry: Sunday Independent (Jul 21)
Eoghan Harris

Catholic hand of friendship for Protestant Church: The News Letter
Lesley Walsh

Tanaiste accused of snubbing Hillary Clinton: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

The Architect of Peace: Irish World
Peter Kelly

Former IRA man recalls shootings: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Ex-terrorist refuses to name IRA members for inquiry: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

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

March 'one of series of unlawful parades': UTV Internet

Thursday, September 5

Reid hit by hail of anger at blighted Belfast 'peaceline': The Independent
David McKittrick

Blame game will help no-one - Dr Reid: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry and Chris Thornton

Loyalists blamed for worst violence: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

A policeman's lot: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

People like you - life at the interface: (from, Sep 2)

Summer of discontent gives way to fall of uncertainty: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Law and Orde: Irish Echo

Just top of the cops - Ulster police in Kosovo: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Trimble holds 'wide' talks ith Ramaphosa: The News Letter (Sep 2)

Adams warns of crisis talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Outmaneuvered Trimble will face UUP council: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

MI5 joins war against criminals: (from Sunday People, Sep 1)
Joe Oliver

Maskey aims for balance with Tricolour: Irish Independent
Ian Graham

Mayor 'flags' up his credentials: Belfast Telegraph

RIRA arms hoods to gain drugs foothold: Sunday Life (Sep 1)
Ciaran McGuigan

Portadown residents slam PSNI after blast: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Dykes

New 'rest' for Queen Vic: The News Letter (Sep 3)
Kim Hewitt

Lawyers 'not to view victims' scars': BBC

When strong language is needed: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 31)
Alf McCreary

Blair criticised over guards campaign: BBC

Wednesday, September 4

Adams on GFA promotion: UTV Internet

Unionists in new war of words: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gloves off, David: (from, Sep 2)

Trimble in talks about Colombia trio: BBC

Reid's anti-sectarianism call: UTV Internet

In Northern Ireland, hate begins early: Christian Science Monitor
Anne Cadwallader

Back to school, but shadow of terror remains behind the smiles: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Tricolour to fly in City Hall: BBC

Ulster facing bloody feud as LVF boss Robin King is set to be deposed: (from Sunday People, Sep 1)
Mick Browne

Orde sets out his policing priorities: Belfast Telegraph

SF fails to block policing posts: Belfast Telegraph
Andrea Clements

Corporate leaders attend US summit: BBC
James Kerr

Killer was allowed to remain in order: (from Sunday People, Sep 1)
Liz Trainor

Mum's plea to allow her son home: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

An Agenda Less Hidden: The Blanket (Aug 30)
Davy Carlin

Tortured and butchered: (from, Sep 2)

Debate on loss of Catholic culture: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 31)
Alf McCreary

Ahern launches new battle to win Irish vote for EU treaty: The Times
David Lister

Middle East dwarfs our problems, says Trimble: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 2)

Middle East is a bloodier place today, but we have had our share of horror: The News Letter

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

Bloody Sunday forensic scientist disputes own findings on weapons: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Tuesday, September 3

DUP motion to dissolve assembly: BBC

Nesbitt slams DUP bid: UTV Internet

Time to give Sinn Fein our 'bottom line' - MP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Home thoughts from Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Unionists getting battle lines drawn: Belfast Telegraph

New Ulster police chief vows to hunt down gunmen: The Guardian

PSNI to maintain reserve force despite protests: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Hermon's Sinn Fein policing call: UTV Internet

No job for the faint-hearted: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Chief constable's challenge: BBC

Stakeknife - His bloody true story: (from Sunday People, Aug 25)
Greg Harkin

Holy Cross reopens without protests: The Independent
David McKittrick

Back to school for everyone: (from, Aug 30)
Monica McWilliams

Loyalists urge calm at flashpoints: BBC

Wife tells minister to lift IRA death threat: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Controversy over Royal statue: BBC

Provos are not telling all, says Saville: Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday officers' evidence: UTV Internet

Compassionate Parole: The Blanket (Aug 30)
Marian Price

Linfield threatens to sue Keane over book remarks: Irish Examiner
Michael O’Farrell

Giant strides made for peace but hate belongs to Glasgow: The Times (Aug 28)
Martin Samuel

Monday, September 2

I'll stay out of politics, vows Ulster's new police chief: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Paramilitaries no different to gangsters, says police chief: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Hugh Orde: Belfast's new man from the Met doesn't expect to be popular: The Independent
David McKittrick

New police chief to review politicians' security cover: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Orde to cut back on VIP security: The Sunday Times (Sep 1)
Liam Clarke

Tough challenge for new chief constable: BBC
Brian Rowan

Burnside describes Trimble strategy as 'failure': RTE

Knives out in UUP dinner party row: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 30)
Noel McAdam

Confederacy of dunces: The Observer (Sep 1)
Henry McDonald

Loyalist leader calls halt to protest at school: The Herald
Lorna Martin

UDA split reports fuel rising anger: Sunday Life (Sep 1)
Alan Murray

IRA hunger striker in election bid: UTV Internet

Culture of Hate?: The Blanket (Aug 30)
Billy Mitchell

Soccer project kicked into touch: Sunday Life (Sep 1)
Joe Oliver

Nice vote a decisive turning point - Ahern: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Catholics pray for miracle as Irishmen turn their back on priesthood: Scotland on Sunday (Sep 1)
Nicola Byrne

Sunday, September 1

Britain commits to ceasefire monitor: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Trimble slams republican tactics: UTV Internet

Trimble 'hoping for consultation': BBC

Leadership challenge looms large for Trimble: Sunday Business Post
Paul T. Colgan

UUP must return to Assembly pledges: UTV Internet

Trimble 'hitting a confident note': BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP 'fanciful' over agreement: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alliance raps Durkan and Trimble for 'tribalism': Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Sinn Fein lacks the courage of the truth: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

DUP backs police strategy over riots: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin targets Durkan's Derry heartland in the absence of John Hume: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn MacDermott

Adams is no Michael Collins: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

US hi-tech spying links IRA suspects to Colombian rebels: The Sunday Times
Tony Allen-Mills

US summit 'will mean all-Ireland economy': Belfast Telegraph

Buddhist centre offers Belfast an alternative path to peace: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Changing of the guard?: Sunday Independent
Will Hanafin

Adair orders end to Holy Cross picket: The Observer
Henry McDonald

‘Border Fox’ may be next to go free under peace deal: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

MI5 spy in North enquired about biological weapons: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

Cancer may force Keenan to quit top IRA post: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke


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