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Prisoner beaten for refusing strip-search

brutality.jpg A “brutal assault and ritual humiliation” has been inflicted on republican prisoner Brendan Conway before a court appearance.

Published September 24, 2010



Direct action halts pipeline work

shelltosearig.jpg Shell Oil was forced to suspend work on the proposed new Corrib pipeline route in north Mayo yesterday when two Shell to Sea campaigners boarded one of the drilling rigs.

Published September 24, 2010



UUP elects hardliner as leader

tomelliott.jpg Tom Elliott, a 46-year-old Assembly member for Fermanagh-South Tyrone, has been elected the new leader of the Ulster Unionist Party to succeed Reg Empey.

Published September 24, 2010



Loyalists target GAA flags

ulstergaa.jpg A controversy has erupted in the North after loyalists were filmed taking down County Down flags in south Belfast ahead of the All-Ireland senior football final last week.

Published September 24, 2010



Armstrong remains identified

charliearmstrong.jpg The daughter of Charlie Armstrong, one of the conflict’s so-called ‘Disappeared’, has thanked those who provided the information that helped locate her father’s remains.

Published September 24, 2010



‘Dissidents underestimated’ - MI5

mi5logo.jpg The chief of British military intelligence has accepted his organisation has underestimated the capacity of the breakaway IRA groups.

Published September 20, 2010



Cowen walks a tightrope

cowentongue.jpg The 26-County Prime Minister Brian Cowen has insisted he retains the full support of his Fianna Fail parliamentary party despite calls by some members for a meeting to discuss his leadership.

Published September 20, 2010



UDA receiving ‘secret’ Stormont payouts

udaguns.jpg Claims last week that a secret fund has been set up to channel money to certain loyalist organisations have still not been denied by Six County officials

Published September 20, 2010



Murder bid on Antrim home

petrolbomb.jpg A sectarian murder attempt took place on the home of a vulnerable Catholic family in Rasharkin, County Antrim in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Published September 20, 2010



Bill of Rights ignored

billofrights.jpg The London and Dublin governments should sponsor a process between the parties in the Six Counties to bring forward a Bill of Rights for the North, the head of the North’s Human Rights Commission has said.

Published September 20, 2010



Sinn Fein ‘think in’ underway

caoimhghinocaolain.jpg The Dublin government is being brought “screaming before the courts” by Sinn Fein on the issue of the three outstanding by-elections, according to the party’s Dail leader Caoimhghin O Caolain.

Published September 20, 2010



Cowen shamed

cowendrinking.jpg The 26 County Taoiseach Brian Cowen has been forced to apologise for a Tuesday morning radio interview that embarrassed his Fianna Fail party and generated widespread negative international commentary.

Published September 16, 2010



UVF murder OK - IMC

bobbymoffett.jpg British military intelligence has said no sanctions should be placed on the UVF despite the unionist paramilitary group murdering a man while supposedly on “ceasefire”.

Published September 16, 2010



No surprises in Wright collusion inquiry

hblocks.jpg Incompetence by prison warders and not state collusion created conditions which led to the killing of Billy Wright, the inquiry into his murder has found.

Published September 16, 2010



Intentions of armed groups in media focus

riraeaster.jpg A number of hidden cameras found in trees overlooking the headquarters of British military intelligence in Ireland may have been planted by a republican armed group, according to reports.

Published September 16, 2010



More evidence of old cover-ups emerge

battleofstmatthewsbrits.jpg New evidence has emerged of attempts by the old Stormont regime and the British Army to prevent British soldiers who shot innocent Irish civilians in the early years of the conflict being tried for murder.

Published September 16, 2010



‘Bitter’ unionists get election court hearing

rodneyconnor.jpg Ulster Unionists were accused of “sour grapes” at a court hearing in Tyrone over attempts by Unionist unity candidate Rodney Connor, who lost out by four votes, to declare void Sinn Fein’s victory in the Westminster election in May.

Published September 16, 2010



Billy Wright Inquiry finds no collusion

The Billy Wright Inquiry has found there was no collusion by the British state in the murder by the republican INLA (Irish National Liberation Army) of the unionist paramilitary leader in Long Kesh 13 years ago.

Published September 14, 2010



Dail fiddles as economy burns

dailchamber.jpg Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has called for the Dublin parliament to be reconvened immediately to discuss the banking crisis and soaring unemployment.

Published September 14, 2010



Report due on death of Billy Wright

billywright.jpg A 700-Page report into the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) execution of unionist paramilitary leader Billy ‘King Rat’ Wright is to be published later today.

Published September 14, 2010

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