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Adams’s address to the media following his release

adamsbalmoral.jpg Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams’s remarks to a press conference in west Belfast tonight following his release from Antrim PSNI station.

Published May 5, 2014

Loyalists fail to block Adams release

antrimpsniloyalistsmedia.jpg Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has emerged from a PSNI base this evening some two hours after his discharge from custody was confirmed by the force.

Published May 4, 2014

Unionists demand Adams face charges

peterrobinsonbig.jpg The DUP has accused Sinn Fein of attempting to “bully” the PSNI into not charging party leader Gerry Adams over IRA activities. Mr Adams is undergoing a fourth day of interrogation following his arrest on Wednesday.

Published May 4, 2014

Political chaos as Adams is arrested, interrogated

freegerryadamsandmural.jpg Sinn Fein’s Gerry Adams is facing a fourth night in jail at a notorious British Crown force interrogation centre in Antrim as a crisis over the failure to deal with the past conflict in the north of Ireland begins to threaten delicate policing agreements.

Published May 3, 2014

Ballymurphy families reject ‘shameful’ treatment

ballyymurphyrips.jpg The Ballymurphy Massacre Families have expressed their outrage at the British government’s response to their call for an independent panel to be established to investigate the Ballymurphy Massacre in 1971.

Published May 3, 2014

PSNI handling of loyalist flags violence illegal, judge rules

flagprotest.jpg The PSNI illegally facilitated violent and intimidatory loyalist flag disturbances, according to ruling by a High Court judge in Belfast this week. The PSNI’s handling of the demonstrations also breached the human rights of a nationalist resident subjected to the disorder.

Published May 3, 2014

Loyalists target minorities and Alliance

nazigraffitibig.jpg A 15-strong loyalist mob carried out a vicious racist attack on three young Polish nationals in east Belfast last week as recent racist attacks linked to British/loyalist extremism has continued.

Published May 3, 2014

More bankster crooks spared jail as judge takes pity

mcateerwhelan.jpg Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank convicted of a giant white-collar crime which was pivotal in the 2008 collapse of the Irish banking system will not spend a day in jail after a judge said the main blame lay with government regulators.

Published May 3, 2014

Clear signs of an election

blackmountainsign.jpg The political temperature in the north of Ireland is increasing ahead of local and European election campaigns later this month.

Published May 3, 2014

Adams arrest linked to Sinn Fein electoral strength

flagantrimadams.jpg Sinn Fein’s Six-County Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness has said that the arrest of party leader Gerry Adams by the PSNI last night was politically motivated.

Published May 1, 2014

Adams questioned by PSNI over McConville killing

adamsangry.jpg The PSNI police in the north of Ireland say thay have arrested Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams after he agreed to speak to them about the circumstances of the abduction and execution of British state informer Jean McConville in 1972.

Published April 30, 2014

A Rising challenge

kilwilkieeaster2014.jpg In its Easter statement, the ‘new IRA’ has declared that it has built a “sustainable military campaign”, but that responsibility for further conflict “rests with the British government”.

Published April 26, 2014

Prisoners’ protest attacked by riot squad

maghaberrybig.jpg Republican prisoners in Maghaberry jail were assaulted on Thursday night by scores of prison warders in a continuing dispute over controlled movement and forced strip searching, it has been reported.

Published April 26, 2014

Parties reject Charles’ and Camilla’s participation in 1916 centenary

charlescamilla.jpg Fianna Fail and Sinn Fein have reacted strongly to the Dublin government’s plans to reinvent the 1916 Easter Rising as an Anglo-Irish ‘celebration’ including the British government and leading members of the British royal family.

Published April 26, 2014

Residents block water meter installations

watermeterprotest.jpg Water meter contractors have been blockaded from installing meters in Cork and Dublin in a spontaneous campaign by two communities against the new tax on householders.

Published April 26, 2014

Parade passes quietly, but concerns grow over marching season

abodpatricks.jpg The first controversial sectarian parade of the season passed off without incident on Easter Monday, but residents in north Belfast have already issued stark warnings over the determinations of a newly-appointed Parades Commission.

Published April 26, 2014

Justice hopes for Leo Norney

leonorney.jpg A fresh inquest has been ordered into the British state killing of a teenager in west Belfast in 1975.

Published April 26, 2014

Anglo boss goes free

fitzpatrickcleared.jpg The disgraced chairman of Anglo Irish Bank has been cleared this week of hatching a highly illegal loans-for-shares plot months before the bank’s collapse. Two of his colleagues were found guilty.

Published April 19, 2014

British statement on the past angers victims

villiers.jpg Theresa Villiers, who implements British Direct Rule in Ireland, has set out a sharply pro-unionist agenda for her government in dealing with the past conflict in the Six Counties.

Published April 19, 2014

Former CIRA man shot dead in west Belfast

tommycrossan.jpg A man expelled from the Continuity IRA for criminal activity was shot dead yesterday [Friday] at a diesel depot he operated.

Published April 19, 2014


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