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Euro Court spotlight
on shoot to kill

The European Court of Human Rights has agreed to examine the cases of 12 shot dead in the North in disputed circumstances. more

McPhilemy vindicated

The stunning victory over the Sunday Times by film-maker Sean McPhelimy, author of The Committee, in his libel suit has left the newspaper and its journalists reeling in disbelief.

Protesters break into spyposts

Over 200 protesters breached security at the British Army spy post above Jonesboro in South Armagh, on Sunday 2 April.

Saville Inquiry week one

Direct British Cabinet involvement in the planning of Bloody Sunday came to light this week.

Haughey's 1 million only the first step

Charlie Haughey, former Dublin Government Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil leader, is to pay over 1 million in settlement of tax due.

UN slams British government

The latest report of the Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers has been published.

Young mother under loyalist threat

A West Belfast mother fears for her children's lives following the revelation that her Twinbrook address is on a loyalist hit list.

MoD in `Watergate' controversy

Evidence suggesting that the British Ministry of Defence was involved in a burglary to gather information against a former agent is to be scrutinised by the United Nations.

Sinn Féin reveals secret Sellafield report

A Sinn Féin Councillor has revealed the contents of an alarming internal document prepared for British Nuclear Fuels Ltd (BNFL).

SF annual conference

Sinn Féin holds its annual Ard Fheis in Dublin this weekend.

Hunger strike's South African impact

The first is a series of five interviews focusing on the 1981 Irish hunger strike. Eoin O'Broin talks to former South African political prisoner Srinivasa Moodle.

Dublin Council backs Orange motion

Dublin City Council has unanimously backed a Sinn Féin motion calling on the Loyal Orders to lift the siege of the Garvaghy Road.

Short-sighted incineration solution

Professor Paul Connett, a chemistry professor from New York, has ttoured Ireland warning communities of the disastrous consequences of incineration.

Restorative justice in new Children Bill

A Bill debated in Leinster House this week provides a new framework for the development of the juvenile justice system.

McElduff confident of victory

On Wednesday, the people of Omagh will go to the polls to elect a new district councillor.

Will Microsoft ruling change anything?

Many will take solace from the fact that Microsoft were found to have abused their dominant market position.

EU Army of 60,000 on the way

A Neutrality Amendment Campaign has been launched to prevent the formation of a Euro Army.


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