AP July 2015 top paper

Tánaiste’s refusal to meet family of Councillor Eddie Fullerton a ‘disgrace’

1 July 2015

The Tánaiste’s office has told Donegal TD Pádraig Mac Lochlainn that she is too busy to meet with the family Free article

Finucane family denied judicial review of Prime Minister's refusal of independent public inquiry into assassination

26 June 2015

Sinn Féin says judgement an attempt to continue the cover-up of the British state’s central role in the actions of unionist death squads Free article

General played tennis in IRA custody – Remembering the Past

26 June 2015

In stark contrast to republicans captured by the British, Lucas was treated exceptionally well by his captors Free article

Limerick gets its 1916 flag back – thanks to Sinn Féin Councillor Maurice Quinlivan and Queen Elizabeth

25 June 2015

Imperial War Museum returns historic Tricolour in time for Rising centenary Free article

PSNI legacy unit's independence questioned by police watchdog

24 June 2015

'Particular concern' about independence of investigators attached to new unit tasked with investigating conflict-related killings Free article

British state sued by Glenanne Gang bomb victim

23 June 2015

Two people were killed in the attack by the notorious Glenanne Gang on the Step Inn, in Keady, south Armagh, in August 1976 – Maria McShane's son was later shot dead by the UVF Free article

Europe's shame: Refugee drowning horror in the Mediterranean

23 June 2015

Thousands drown fleeing war and persecution while much of Europe seems more concerned with building a 'Fortress Europe' rather than helping desperate people Free article

Search begins at Cork prison for remains of executed 1916 Volunteer

23 June 2015

Archaeologists being work to uncover final resting place of Volunteer Thomas Kent Free article

Tour of the North tension fuelled by Orange Order's court challenge

22 June 2015

Parade passes peacefully but Orange Order move against Parades Commission ruling on controversial bands passing St Patrick's Catholic Church strains credibility Free article

Video – Thousands honour Wolfe Tone at Bodenstown

22 June 2015

Big crowds in Kildare to remember the 'father of Irish republicanism' Free article

Belfast youth fast in solidarity with Palestinian hunger striker Khader Adnan

21 June 2015

Khader Adnan was kidnapped on 8 July 2014 and has since been held under 'Administrative Detention' orders without charges or trial Free article

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