No sign of demilitarisation
Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly told a press conference in Belfast
yesterday that for the peace process to succeed, politics must be
seen to work and British demilitarisation must be seen to be
Sinn Féin has expressed concern over the arrest of 20
members of the regional executives of the Basque independence
party, Euskal Herritarok, by the Spanish Government.
U.S. representatives have voted in support of a
resolution to Congress demanding the full and unequivocal
implementation of the Patten Recommendations on policing.
The electoral battle in the heartland of unionism is seen as one
of the most challenging in recent times.
Shankill Assembly member Billy Hutchinson fears a further
escalation in the feud between the UVF and UDA.
Several people were treated for shock after a mortar bomb was
launched on Wednesday morning at the Newry Road RUC barracks in
Attacks carried out last on the homes of
two nationalist families living in the Ormeau Road area of
Belfast could have cost five lives.
New proposals for the flying of flags announced by the British
secretary of state last week are against the spirit of the Good
Michael Pierse sees no reason for the Dublin government to heed
budget demands from the European Central Bank.
The EU Commission announced on Monday that it is
suing Britain over plans to dismantle a nuclear reactor at
Sellafield in Cumbria.
Strange things are going on in the asylum division of the 26-County
Department of Justice.
Nicky Kehoe, Dublin City councillor, explains what makes Sinn
Féin different as a party.
Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin has
said the Government's housing policy has been exposed.
The decision to allow a high-rise development
is set to reignite the campaign against high-rise
developments in Dublin's inner city.
an increase of over 10,000 in the number of university students
living in flats and apartments in the 26 Counties.
Sligo County Council is being urged to withdraw
its support for the Connaught Draft Waste
New Zealand-based Irish solidarity group Information on Ireland
has decided to scale back its activities.
Australian police attacked protesters in
Melbourne at a meeting of the World Economic Forum this week.
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