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British move to block SF fundraising

The British government has been accused of damaging the democratic process by restricting the fund-raising of political parties.

Published May 7, 2004



Primate’s speech provokes mixed reaction

The leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Archbishop Sean Brady, was branded as a republican sympathiser by the DUP’s Ian Paisley jnr after he made a wide ranging speech on the peace process in the North of Ireland.

Published May 7, 2004



Tohill accuses PSNI of ‘frame-up’

A republican at the center of an alleged IRA kidnap plot stormed out of a courtroom and claimed he had been framed because he refused to make a statement blaming the Provisional IRA for an alleged abduction and beating.

Published May 4, 2004



Viking site found at site of new motorway interchange

The discovery of a 1,200-year-old Viking fortress at Woodstown, near Waterford city, has been hailed by a leading historian as “the most significant new find in Viking studies in perhaps a century”.

Published May 4, 2004



Orchestrated violence at soccer final

Unionist paramilitaries have been blamed for orchestrating violence which marred Saturday’s Irish Cup soccer final at Windsor Park in Belfast.

Published May 4, 2004



IMC land

Within just a week of publishing its findings the fallibility of the Independent Monitoring Commission became easily demonstrated if one considers how it would have reported had it been established in 2001, with the same punitive powers and using the same jaundiced criteria it was to use in the Tohill affair.

Published May 4, 2004



Seven to stand for EU elections in North

The former leader of the Ulster Farmers’ Union John Gilliland has announced that he is standing as an independent in the forthcoming European elections in the Six Counties.

Published May 4, 2004



Bring Them Home campaign continues

An international campaign to allow the three Irishmen known as the ‘Colombia 3’ to be released into freedom is underway following their acquittal in Bogota on charges of training rebels last week.

Published May 4, 2004



Interview with Caitriona Ruane

Caitriona Ruane, coordinator of the campaign to release the Colombia Three, talks to Toni Solo about the case and continuing dangers preventing the men returning home

Published May 4, 2004



SDLP SEEKS ‘CIVIL ADMINISTRATORS’ FOR NORTH

A plan for a temporary administration apoointed by London has been proposed by the nationalist SDLP as a stop-gap measure while the political process in the North remains deadlocked.

Published May 4, 2004



RELEASE OF COLOMBIA 3 IN THE BALANCE

Three Irishmen who were cleared on Monday of training rebels in Colombia’s civil war could be released from jail later today.

Published April 28, 2004



Loyalist hate campaign to drive out Catholics

Loyalists have a mounted a new campaign of intimidation to drive Catholics out of south Belfast.

Published April 28, 2004



International law ‘doesn’t apply to us’ - Dublin

In one of the strongest attacks yet on the proposals for a citizenship referendum, the 26-County Human Rights Commission warned that the referendum may breach the rights of Irish-born children under two international human rights treaties.

Published April 28, 2004



Slow progress in talks

Participants in ongoing talks on the non-implementation of the Good Friday Agreement remain downbeat about the prospects for progress.

Published April 28, 2004



The Colombia Three Acquitted

Three Irish men arrested on leaving FARC territory in Colombia during august 2001 were acquitted of the most serious charge of providing training to FARC rebels yesterday in Bogota.

Published April 28, 2004



Inquests reopen into Dublin and Monaghan bombings

The inquests into the deaths of 34 people in the Dublin and Monaghan bombings 30 years ago were reopened yesterday by the Dublin City Coroner, Dr Brian Farrell.

Published April 28, 2004



African National Congress

By John Minto

The African National Congress has coasted to an easy victory in the South African elections. More significant than its two-thirds of the vote, however, was the greatly reduced voter turnout.

Published April 28, 2004



Anger as Blair dismisses pressure on Finucane killing

Calls for an immediate public inquiry into the murder of Belfast defence lawyer Pat Finucane were rejected by the British Prime Minister today.

Published April 28, 2004



‘Real UDA’ in attempted murder

Armed unionist paramilitaries who were intent on murder raked the home of a Catholic family with gunfire on Tuesday morning.

Published April 26, 2004



Key elements of the proposals

A summary of the proposals considered during the talks. ----- KEYWORDS:

Published April 26, 2004

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