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Families sue over murder weapon handed back

browningpistol.jpg The families of five men shot dead by loyalists in a Belfast bookmaker’s are suing the head of the PSNI police for failing to prevent their deaths.

Published July 8, 2010



Coalition targets the weakest

disabilityprotest.jpg As 26-County Ministers gave themselves three months vacation this week, thousands marched in protest against new cuts to services for disabled people and carers.

Published July 8, 2010



Ex-Green councillor joins Sinn Fein

chrisolearyjoins.jpg A Cork-based councillor Chris O’Leary, formerly of the Green Party, joined Sinn Fein today.

Published July 8, 2010



Teen battles bullet injury

psniplastic.jpg A Catholic teenager is in a serious condition in hospital after being hit by a plastic bullet fired by the PSNI in west Belfast at the weekend.

Published July 6, 2010



Shock at Ardoyne parade decision

paradescommission.jpg There has been a furious response after a loyalist parade on ‘the Twelfth’ was given the go ahead to pass a highly contoversial north Belfast.

Published July 6, 2010



PSNI base attacked

crossmaglenpsni.jpg A gun attack took place on Crossmaglen PSNI base at the weekend. Shots were aimed at the south Armagh PSNI barracks shortly before 11pm on Saturday night.

Published July 6, 2010



Classified internment documents uncovered

longkeshshelters.jpg Hundreds of republicans remained interned without trial in the early 70s because the British authorities manipulated the so-called review process, according to newly discovered documents.

Published July 6, 2010



Fianna Fail fraying at the edges

cowenconfused.jpg The 26-County Taoiseach Brian Cowen is said to be struggling to maintain control over his Fianna Fail party amid an escalating jobs crisis.

Published July 6, 2010



Pope is ‘progeny of hell’ - Paisley

paisleyportrait.jpg A sectarian outburst by former DUP leader Ian Paisley just days after an to mark his contribution to the peace process has embarrassed the political establishment in the North.

Published July 6, 2010



Riot follows Craigavon arrests

craigavonburninglorry.jpg Heavy rioting has broken out in Craigavon tonight following PSNI operations in north Armagh.

Published July 1, 2010



Drumcree parade rerouted

drumcree.jpg The Drumcree Orange parade this Sunday will not be allowed to pass down the nationalist Garvaghy Road for a twelfth year, the Parades Commission has decided.

Published July 1, 2010



Diplock court convicts MI5 sting victim

paulmccaugherty.jpg A Lurgan man set up by the MI5 agent posing as an arms dealer was found guilty by a non-jury Diplock court this week despite substantial legal concerns over entrapment and the virtual purchase of his arrest.

Published July 1, 2010



Kenny accepts army council disbandment

endakenny.jpg Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has said he accepts the Provisional IRA and its army council “are no more”.

Published July 1, 2010



Arrest precedes new Shell pipeline plan

mauraharrington.jpg There have been renewed efforts to prevent the construction of Shell’s high-pressure gas pipeline and onshore refinery in county Mayo following the imprisonment of local environmental campaigner, Maura Harrington.

Published July 1, 2010



Call for govts to do more for justice

justiceforgotten.jpg Speaking during a debate in the Dublin parliament on the report of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, Sinn Fein’s Caoimhghin O Caolain said it was “a disgrace” that the 26-County Government had cut funding for the only victims’ group in the State, Justice for the Forgotten.

Published July 1, 2010



Clashes as key battle recalled

adamsstmatthews.jpg Hand-to-hand fighting briefly broke out in the nationalist Short Strand enclave on Friday night on the eve of a commemoration in the area of the Battle of St Matthew’s.

Published June 28, 2010



RUC compo case ‘could name’ informers

gunman.jpg Former members of the RUC police seeking compensation payments are threatening to publicly name killers who acted as informers.

Published June 28, 2010



eirigi protests at normalisation effort

eirigicityhall.jpg Republicans protested in Belfast city centre on Saturday at the celebration of [British] Armed Forces Day in the north.

Published June 28, 2010



Sunday families thank campaigners

sundayrelatives.jpg The Bloody Sunday families and the surviving wounded who were shot by the British Parachute Regiment on January 30th, 1972, have issued a statement thanking their supporters and well-wishers.

Published June 28, 2010



New Belfast extradition bid

michelena.jpg A third Basque man, arrested in Belfast city centre on Thursday night by the PSNI, is being held on foot of a Spanish extradition bid.

Published June 28, 2010

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