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It’s the elections, stupid – Declan Kearney on the Stormont talks

17 December 2014

Last Thursday, the British Prime Minister engaged in the worst from of car-crash diplomacy, and his front-seat passenger was An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, writes Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney Free article

‘Inhumane and degrading treatment’ — otherwise known as torture

6 December 2014

This interview with LIAM SHANNON by ELLA O'DWYER appeared in the 2 August 2007 edition of An Phoblacht Free article

Hooded Men – Testimony on torture during internment

6 December 2014

‘At one stage I was put into a room with my face against the wall. A shot was fired. It sizzled past my ear and either lodged in the wall or went right through it, I am not sure which. There were several police outside and they all had a good laugh at this.’ Free article

Video – Dublin City councillors boycott Irish Water meeting

5 December 2014

Largest party on Dublin City Council - Sinn Féin - say Irish Water meeting is just an expensive photo-op Free article

European Commission rep's 'patronising and arrogant' comments on water protesters

5 December 2014

Policy Officer made comments about Irish water charges protesters – apparently unaware an Irish MEP was listening Free article

British government's debt to "dead Irishmen buried in Belgian ditches"

5 December 2014

Centenaries – New, smaller, slimmer and clearer format reflecting the more militant stance of the Irish Volunteers Free article

Co Derry councillor freed by PSNI questions police methods

3 December 2014

Former Mayor of Limavady Borough Council twice told police he’d make himself available for questioning but was arrested in a blaze of publicity Free article

‘Hooded Men’ internment torture cases for European Court of Human Rights again

3 December 2014

European Court of Human Rights asked by Irish Government to revise its judgment in the cases of the 14 ‘Hooded Men’ tortured by the British Army during internment without charge or trial in 1971 Free article

Big ambition for reconstruction, regeneration, and reconciliation needed from talks

3 December 2014

There is no alternative to cross-community and cross-party opposition against austerity and inequality in the North, writes Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney Free article

Cuireann an t-Aire Ní Chuilín fáilte roimh leabhar nua

2 December 2014

Tá leabhar tábhachtach cuimsitheach ar na múrphictiúir seolta i mBéal Feirste ar na mallaibh Free article

Four Derry Volunteers killed in action (December 1984)

2 December 2014

In December 1984, four IRA Volunteers – Antoine Mac Giolla Bhríghde, Ciaran Fleming, Danny Doherty and Willie Fleming – made the ultimate sacrifice for Irish freedom, recalled the late republican historian Shane Mac Thomáis Free article

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