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Multi-nationals cut and run

Donegal suffered the latest in a series of employment setbacks yesterday when 560 workers at a US-owned pharmaceuticals plant were told they are to lose their jobs.

Published August 25, 2005



Real IRA threatens retaliation

Republican hardliners have threatened unionist paramilitaries involved in the ongoing sectarian campaign against nationalists in County Antrim.

Published August 25, 2005



Real IRA threatens retaliation

Republican hardliners have threatened unionist paramilitaries involved in the ongoing sectarian campaign against nationalists in County Antrim.

Published August 25, 2005



Shell urged to lift injunction

The daughter of one of five Mayo men jailed for opposing a high-pressure Shell gaspipe line tonight dismissed the oil giant’s latest statement as a publicity stunt.

Published August 25, 2005



Time for the PSNI to cut the mustard

What would it take for a senior PSNI officer to appear on TV after a pipe bomb attack, a petrol bomb attack, a serious assault, even the murder of a Catholic and say, 'This is a sectarian attack, one of a series carried out by loyalist terrorists in this district'?

Published August 20, 2005



When will we hear the UVF's real plan?

Where are all the 'peace' groups and those politicians opposed to paramilitary violence, drug-pushers and criminality?

Published August 20, 2005



Shoot-to-kill

Relatives for Justice have launched an online petition of support for the family of Jean Charles de Menezes, shot dead by the London Metropolitan police.

Published August 20, 2005



UNIONISTS MUST DO MORE

Sinn Fein has accused unionist politicians of doing nothing to stop paramilitary attacks against nationalists.

Published August 20, 2005



Harassment of republican parade organiser

A civil liberties group has expressed concern after the organiser of a republican paraade was banned from entering Derry city by the PSNI police.

Published August 20, 2005



Mo Mowlam remembered

Tributes have been paid on the death of former British Secretary of State, Mo Mowlam, who finally succumbed to a brain tumour on Friday morning.

Published August 20, 2005



Republican arrested over Army base attack

Republicans have urged Spanish authorities to free of a Dundalk republican in Spain on the foot of a German extradition warrant.

Published August 20, 2005



IRA departure opens new political scenario

By Jim Gibney (for the Irish News)

The declaration by the IRA that the armed struggle was over received worldwide political and media attention.

Published August 16, 2005



Open letter to Shell

In this open letter to Shell, the Rossport Five call on the company to lift a court injunction so they can leave prison and attend talks with the oil company over its controversial plans to build a gas refinery near their County Mayo homes.

Published August 16, 2005



One out - all out!

A look at the growing campaign to free Dessie O’Hare, one of a handful of prisoners qualifying for release under the 1998 Good Friday Agreement but who remain in jail by order of the 26-County government.

Published August 16, 2005



Loyalist feuding set to escalate

UVF gunmen who assassinated a delivery driver outside a south Belfast shop have pledged to intensify their onslaught against their paramilitary rivals.

Published August 16, 2005



MURDERING WITH IMPUNITY

Elements within the UVF murdered a Catholic child as he shopped for sweets with friends last week and yesterday shot dead a paramilitary rival.

Published August 16, 2005



Apprentice Boys parade passes quietly

Saturday’s parade by the Protestant Apprentice Boys organisation through the city centre of Derry passed off without major incident.

Published August 16, 2005



Ireland’s Alamo falling into ruin

The last refuge of the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising should be converted into an interpretative centre before it becomes a ruin, heritage campaigners have said.

Published August 16, 2005



Family flees loyalist fire-bomb campaign

Another family has been forced to leave the under-siege village of Ahoghill after sectarian paint bombers launched new attacks on a Catholic chapel, school and house.

Published August 16, 2005



Speculation grows over new policing moves

New British legislation, providing for the eventual transfer of policing and justice powers to the Belfast assembly, is expected to be passed in October, according to reports.

Published August 11, 2005

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