AP May 2016 front 200

Sinn Féin unveils new Assembly ministerial team

24 May 2016

Party is entitled to three ministers and one junior minister. Free article

New ale recalling Spanish Civil War International Brigade arrives in Belfast

20 May 2016

'Everyone can now raise a glass of Brigadista Ale and toast the memory and legacy of anti-fascism and international solidarity left by the volunteers who went to Spain' Free article

Silence by Garda Commissioner 'completely unacceptable', says Mary Lou McDonald

20 May 2016

Two full days after Justice Minister flagged a statement from police chief on whistleblower controversy – nothing Free article

Mary Lou keeps Dáil pressure on Justice Minister over Garda whistleblower crisis

19 May 2016

Minister restates position as Garda Commissioner stays silent Free article

Make your mind up time for SDLP, Martin McGuinness says after meeting Irish Government minister

18 May 2016

First meeting between deputy First Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan since the Dáil and Assembly elections Free article

Francis Hughes and James Connolly – Guerrilla fighters who faced a mighty enemy

18 May 2016

Two legendary revolutionaries honoured in south Derry Free article

Release Dublin & Monaghan bombings files, Irish Foreign Minister and Shankill bomb victim say

17 May 2016

Mayors, politicians and campaigners mark 42nd anniversary of bombings that killed 34 – the greatest loss of life on a single day of the conflict – as third Dáil motion is tabled yet again calling on Westminster to co-operate in the investigation Free article

Dublin & Monaghan bombings 42nd anniversary – British Government must release all its files

17 May 2016

Dáil all-party motions from 2008 and 2011 still to be acted on Free article

Prime Minister Edward Heath signed secret surveillance report linking UVF to attack on Kelly's Bar

16 May 2016

Researchers uncover evidence British Army was watching unionists in bomb and gun attack on pub customers Free article

Brazil in turmoil – An attack on democracy

16 May 2016

President Rousseff – a former Marxist guerrilla who was imprisoned by Brazil’s right-wing dictatorship and tortured in the 1970s – is largely seen as one of the few honest politicians in Brazil and her impeachment is grounded on something entirely different Free article

Belfast republicans remember James Connolly with generational links

16 May 2016

Parade along the Falls Road from Glenalina Terrace – where the Connolly family lived between 1910 and 1913 Free article

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Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

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