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Seando Moore

seandomoore.jpg The death occurred in Belfast recently of well-known republican activist and ex-PoW Seando Moore.

Published June 28, 2010



‘Normal’ visit by Queen planned

queen.jpg The Dublin and London governments have formally begun the process of arranging a state visit to the 26 Counties by the ‘Queen of England’ Elizabeth Windsor, it was announced yesterday.

Published June 24, 2010



Mourner jailed over friend’s funeral

bloodysunday2.jpg The son of a murdered Sinn Fein activist has become the first person in almost 30 years to be charged in connection with a republican funeral.

Published June 24, 2010



Loyalist rampage in Belfast

racistloyalists.jpg Loyalists have carried out a series of racist and sectarian attacks in south Belfast.

Published June 24, 2010



Obama praises Cameron statement

obamacameron.jpg US President Barack Obama has told British prime minister David Cameron that his Bloody Sunday apology was “historic” and would contribute to reconciliation in the north.

Published June 24, 2010



Union implicated in new slush fund scandal

siptu.jpg A total of 31 overseas trips were funded from a controversial multi-million euro “training fund” which was shared by trade union officials and public servants.

Published June 24, 2010



Fine Gael ‘silly’ on the North - Adams

endakenny.jpg Gerry Adams told Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny at Stormont yesterday that Fine Gael was not trusted on the “national question” after the Fine Gael leader said he would not enter into a coalition government with Sinn Fein.

Published June 24, 2010



Dirty protest at Maghaberry

dirtyprotest.jpg Protesting republican prisoners in Maghaberry jail in County Antrim have begun a dirty protest after prison authorities refused to implement an agreement made with the prisoners to address their concerns at the conditions.

Published June 21, 2010



Bloody Sunday prosecutions pursued

bloodysunday2.jpg Lawyers representing some of the Blood Sunday victims’ families are to meet the Public Prosecution Service about prosecuting the soldiers responsible.

Published June 21, 2010



Child attacked by loyalists

shannonsmyth.jpg A thirteen-year-old girl was knocked out and lost her front teeth when a brick was thrown by loyalists over a west Belfast ‘peaceline’.

Published June 21, 2010



Orangemen escalate Drumcree standoff

drumcree.jpg Nationalist politicians have accused the Orange Order of holding the community to ransom over fears that it will attempt to stage an illegal Drumcree march.

Published June 21, 2010



Bomb left at Tyrone PSNI station

vanbomb.jpg No group has claimed responsibility for a 300 pound bomb which failed to detonate outside the PSNI base in the border village of Aughnacloy, County Tyrone.

Published June 21, 2010



Armagh man cleared as MI5 plot falters

desmondkearns.jpg A county Armagh man has been cleared after a judge ruled that he had been entrapped by an MI5 attempt to snare him and a friend in an arms smuggling plot.

Published June 21, 2010



The truth breaks free

sundayreportrelatives.jpg Suppressed for 38 years by the mendacity of the British Army and its soldiers, the facts of the bloody massacre of innocent Irish nationalists in Derry in January, 1972 have been affirmed by a British tribunal of inquiry and publicly accepted by a British Prime Minister.

Published June 17, 2010



Now for justice

sundayreportvictims.jpg The prosecution of the Bloody Sunday soldiers is being sought by at least some of those whose loved ones were shot dead and then smeared by their killers.

Published June 17, 2010



Cameron praised for accepting findings

cameronwestminstersunday.jpg Sinn Fein’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness complimented the Conservative British Prime Minister David Cameron on a “generous” statement in which he apologised for the Bloody Sunday killings.

Published June 17, 2010



Kenny holds on as Bruton coup defeated

endakenny.jpg Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has retained the leadership of his party, fending off a disastrous power grab by the party’s former Finance spokesperson, Richard Bruton.

Published June 17, 2010



Calls for entrapment trial to be thrown out

mi5logo.jpg The prosecution case against two Armagh men facing charges arising out of a sting operation by MI5 (British military intelligence) should be thrown out, their lawyers have argued.

Published June 17, 2010



Local council reform plans collapse

stormontstatue.jpg A shakeup of the north’s local councils has collapsed after the Six-County executive failed to reach agreement .

Published June 17, 2010



Bloody Sunday Inquiry report welcomed

The victims of Bloody Sunday were innocent and their names have been cleared, a relative said today.

Published June 15, 2010

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