[An Phoblacht]

Thursday 6 March, 1997


Monaghan bomb
Not a word from Leinster House

The silence from all the usual sources of condemnation has been deafening in the wake of the attempted bombing of the Sinn Féin office in Monaghan. Only the detonator of the bomb exploded but it contained enough explosive to wreck a large part of the town. more

McAliskey campaign grows

Eoin O'Broin charts the growing campaign for Roisín McAliskey and speaks to women who support the calls for her release on bail

O'Callaghan -- the truth

Brian Campbell rubbishes the claims of informer and anti-peace process campaigner Sean O'Callaghan. For the first time, details of O'Callaghan's life before he surrendered to British police in 1988 are revealed along with new information about his mental instability while in Crumlin Road Prison.

Incinerators and the law

The Environmental Protection Agency's will grant Syntex/Roche a licence to incinerate their toxic waste, and there are plans to burn domestic refuse in incinerators in Belfast and Dublin. Why not fight them in the courts? Robert Allen reports

Derry raids were a cover-up

A Derryman who discovered a sophisticated tracking device under his car last Thursday was subjected to a terrifying crown forces raid on his home in the early hours of the following morning.

Reply to Bruton on consent

Recent remarks by John Bruton directed at Sinn Féin have been replied to by spokespersons for the party in the past week. We carry here Sinn Féin Vice-President Pat Doherty's response.

Coleraine's history of intolerance

Recent attacks have once again shown Coleraine to be a centre of sectarianism. Mick Naughton reports.

Will the real criminals please stand up?

Rita O'Reilly reports from Crumlin in Dublin, where she alleges that the response from the authorities to the drugs crisis has been criminal.

Scrap Forum, says McGuinness

Sinn Féin's Mid-Ulster candidate Martin McGuinness challenged the British government to close down the Forum and called for the motionless `some party' talks process to be ``reconstituted'' .

PrimeTime propaganda

Sinn Féin National Chairperson Mitchel McLaughlin has accused the makers of an RTE Primetime programme of being ``irresponsible and of putting any chance of a negotiated settlement'' to this year's parade issue in jeopardy.

Kinsella arrest vindictive

Republicans have reacted angrily to the re-arrest this week of former POW Sean Kinsella.

Tyrone man fights deportation

In a packed Manhattan courtroom on Thursday, Clogher man Brian Pearson who is facing deportation from the United States over his past IRA activities, took the witness stand.

No charges decision slammed

The RUC has informed an Armagh youth that none of the RUC members involved in an incident last year, when he was run over and seriously wounded by an RUC jeep, will be prosecuted.

Trimble's Orange cord

John Bruton's faulty interpretation of Sinn Féin's position on the issue of unionist consent last week has been highlighted by a leaked British government memo, writes Micheal MacDonncha

Westminster election debate in Dublin

Aine Keane was in UCD to hear Sinn Féin's Pat Doherty debate with the SDLP's Joe Hendron

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