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PRESSURE GROWS FOR INQUIRY

The British government is being strongly pressured by human rights groups, Irish nationalists, the Irish and US governments, a former senior United Nations representative and its own appointed investigator to give the go-ahead to a public inquiry into the 1989 killing of Belfast defence lawyer Pat Finucane.

Published April 5, 2004



Garda collusion questions remain on Dublin/Monaghan

The Barron report on the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings suppressed allegations that the 26 County Garda police colluded in the attacks, according to retired Irish military intelligence officer Lt Col John Morgan.

Published April 5, 2004



Nelson diary reveals FRU/UDA training misssions

The prison diary of Brian Nelson, the chief intelligence officer of the unionist paramilitary UDA, show that the British Army and the RUC police trained, armed and directed the UDA's death squads during its campaign of sectarian murder in the North.

Published April 5, 2004



No unionist pact for Westminster election

A decision by Ian Paisley's DUP to contest the Westminster seat for the Fermanagh/South Tyrone constituency could mark the end of unionist electoral co-operation for marginal seats.

Published April 5, 2004



Naming of new Rodaí Mac Corlaí bridge

Republicans are to rename a newly opened bridge on the main Belfast to Derry road in honour of an Irish patriot, hanged from the original bridge in 1798.

Published April 5, 2004



FRU men seek Finucane inquiry?

Members of the British Army's secretive Force Research Unit are prepared to face any public inquiry, it was claimed today.

Published April 2, 2004



Kennedy replaced

The British minister for security and education in the North, Jane Kennedy, is leaving Belfast in a cabinet reshuffle caused by the resignation of immigrations minister Beverley Hughes.

Published April 2, 2004



Trimble fuels nationalist outrage

Comments by Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble about Rosemary Nelson and Pat Finucane have been greeted with anger and disbelief by the families of the two victims.

Published April 2, 2004



Adams backs campaign to save 16 Moore Street

The Dublin government has been condemned for its lack of commitment to save the house where the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising against British rule made their last stand.

Published April 2, 2004



April fools

The British government's announcement of public inquiries into three recent cases of alleged collusion yesterday has masked its continuing attempt to cover up a sprawling conspiracy of official terror and assassination.

Published April 2, 2004



Findings of Judge Cory

The following was prepared by the Committee for the Administration of Justice.

Published April 2, 2004



Finucane campaign will continue

Mrs Geraldine Finucane accused the British government of ongoing delaying tactics and vowed that the campaign for an inquiry would continue.

Published April 2, 2004



CORY REPORTS, BRITAIN DISGRACED

The Cory reports have exposed those sections of the British Crown forces in the North who engaged in their own murderous `Dirty War' in Ireland.

Published April 2, 2004



Government has failed ex-prisoners

So far this has proved barren ground but it's worth turning it over every few months because eventually it's going to bear fruit. It's one of the many aspects of the Good Friday Agreement which the two governments have not implemented. The difference with this one is that while Dublin and London either lie or puff out a smokescreen to cover their failures in, for example, equality and human rights here, on the issue of former prisoners they remain silent.

Published March 31, 2004



Pressure for uncensored Cory report

The families of four people killed with the collusion of the British state have received their copies of the Cory Report into the killings.

Published March 31, 2004



Republican Fianna Fáil?

Fianna Fáil has denied a report that it has dropped `the Republican Party' as part of its name.

Published March 31, 2004



Review becoming a `farce' - Adams

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has described the review of the Good Friday Agreement review as ``now little more than a farce'' after the British and Irish governments cancelled talks for two weeks.

Published March 31, 2004



British Military Intelligence - Double edged sword

An extract from Bombed and Abandoned - The experience of the bereaved and maimed of the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings, originally published in 1999.

Published March 31, 2004



BOMBINGS COMMITTEE CALLS FOR FRESH INVESTIGATION

An Irish parliamentary committee has called for another investigation by an international judge on the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings after it concluded hearings on a previous inquiry by Ireland's Justice Barron.

Published March 31, 2004



Sectarian attacks continue

Tension has risen in north Belfast after a series of loyalist attacks.

Published March 31, 2004

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