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Civil rights melt in Ballymena’s summer hate

A nationalist SDLP councillor had to be given a police escort from a meeting disrupted by a Paisleyite mob in Ballymena, County Antrim last night.

Published June 30, 2005



McBride family to pursue justice in Europe

The mother of a Belfast teenager murdered by British soldiers a decade ago has said she will go to the European Court of Human Rights to have her son’s killers thrown out of the British Army.

Published June 30, 2005



Another spy device found

A British spying device has been discovered at the home of Derry republican Andrew McCartney.

Published June 30, 2005



Blair wants IRA threat removed

British prime minister Tony Blair has said the Provisional IRA must move into “a different modus operandi” in which it can no longer pose a threat.

Published June 30, 2005



Dublin-Monaghan move expected

The Dublin government is set to take the British government to the European Court of Human Rights if it fails to hand over files relating to the Dublin and Monaghan bombings at a meeting of the British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference later today [Monday].

Published June 26, 2005



SF plan election campaign

Sinn Féin’s cross-border parliamentary representatives met in Dublin today to plot the party’s campaign for the forthcoming General Election.

Published June 26, 2005



Empey leads UUP to sideline

Ulster Unionist veteran Reg Empey is David Trimble’s successor as the new party leader following a surprisingly close vote by the party’s ruling council.

Published June 26, 2005



Action alerts

The following is a summary of recent calls for political action by Irish Northern Aid.

Published June 26, 2005



UVF KILLERS PROTECTED BY PSNI

Unionist paramilitaries worked for the police when they planned the murder in 1997 of a north Belfast Protestant, according to a disturbing new report.

Published June 26, 2005



IRA says it fired fatal shot

The Provisional IRA has said it was responsible for a gunshot that killed schoolgirl Kathleen Feeney during a battle with the British Army in Derry in 1973.

Published June 26, 2005



Order sulks over rerouted parade

Short-term relief mixed with concern for the future in Belfast this weekend as a controversial parade by the Protestant Orange Order was called off amid increasing tension over the march route.

Published June 26, 2005



Kelly arrest a blatant act of provocation

By Jim Gibney (for the Irish News)

The imprisonment of Ardoyne republican Sean Kelly is a blatant act of provocation.

Published June 26, 2005



Issue of collusion raises ugly head again

By Jim Gibney (for the Irish News)

Stoneyford is neither a hamlet nor a village. It lies somewhere in between with a population of just more than 300.

Published June 22, 2005



Arson attack recalls Quinn tragedy

A weekend of serious violence in north Belfast has followed Friday’s ‘Tour of the North’ parade.

Published June 22, 2005



Tributes to Bloody Sunday hero

Hundreds gathered in Derry at the weekend to pay tribute to Bloody Sunday hero Patrick Walsh.

Published June 22, 2005



Address at Bodenstown

The text of a speech by Sinn Féin MP for Newry Armagh Conor Murphy, speaking at the party’s annual Wolfe Tone Commemoration in Bodenstown on Sunday.

Published June 22, 2005



INTERNED

Republicans have reacted angrily to the arrest and summary imprisonment of prominent north Belfast republican Sean Kelly.

Published June 22, 2005



Marching season heats up

The Orange Order has submitted three new applications to the Parades Commission seeking marches through a flashpoint area of west Belfast.

Published June 22, 2005



Wright family warn over inquiry

A public inquiry into the murder of unionist paramilitary leader ‘King Rat’ gets underway in Belfast today.

Published June 22, 2005



IRA statement must be tested - DUP, London

British Direct Ruler Peter Hain was told today to stop pretending he is an honest broker in the peace process after he echoed new demands by Ian Paisley’s hardline DUP.

Published June 22, 2005

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