Loyalist councillor in hit list cover up
A Belfast UDP councillor who was given a loyalist hit list containing the details
of 27 nationalists and republicans tried to cover up its existence.
The biggest inquiry in British legal history opened at Derry's Guildhall on
Monday, 27 March.
Operation Save David Trimble is a charade and a clever, albeit entirely transparent
renegotiation tactic by unionism, writes Sean Brady.
Shoot to kill and collusion will come under the international spotlight again
next week at to the European Court of Human Rights.
An RIR soldier charged with membership of the sectarian LVF has connections with
the British Nazi group Combat 18, according to the anti-Fascist magazine
five executive directors of AIB had no problems securing their wage increases.
Like many other nationalists, I was disappointed upon hearing Newington Football
Club's decision to go ahead with its recent fixture with the RUC.
Rumours that the RUC have abandoned their barracks at Springfield Road in West
as welcome news to local residents.
Sophisticated crown forces surveillance equipment directed at a Catholic chapel
in Blackwatertown in County Armagh was only discovered by chance.
Public bus and rail services throughout the 26 Counties ground to a halt this
The British paratrooper involved in the killing of two unarmed West Belfast teenagers
has been promoted to the rank of corporal.
Proposals due to be published by the Criminal Justice Review will be published
today, Thursday, 30 March, An Phoblacht has learned.
The housing situation in Monaghan shows how the government has completely failed to address the
government still envisages engaging in
a war, Labour Party MP John MacDonald told a public meeting this week.
The Chief Electoral Officer has been forced to close an Orange
Hall normally used as a polling station for the forthcoming by-election.
A prolonged campaign by international human rights activists and indigenous
organisations to secure medical care for imprisoned American Indian Movement
activist Leonard Peltier has resulted in the Lakota man's transfer on Monday to a
federal medical center in Rochester.
An American lawyer has written to RUC Chief Constable Ronnie Flanagan, asking why no officers
have yet been disciplined over threats to the life of murdered solicitor Rosemary Nelson.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams welcomed news on Wednesday that
the search for the remains of a number of people killed by the IRA in the 1970s
is to resume.
Alliance Party Councillors in Belfast have denied they agreed to back the
selection of a Sinn Féin mayor for the city this year.
Members of the Anti Racism Campaign and the Anti Fascist Association occupied
Bertie Ahern's constituency office in Dublin on Tuesday evening.
A three-member Herri Batasuna delegation from the Basque Country was in Ireland
The Freedom of the City of Dublin was conferred on the
1991 Nobel Peace Laureate
Aung San Suu Kyi.
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