AP May 2016 front 200

Who was behind the murder of Eddie Fullerton?

25 May 2016

Popular Donegal councillor assassinated by UDA on 25 May 1991 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

The funeral of Francis Hughes – An Phoblacht/Republican News, 16 May 1981

16 May 2016

The British feared Francis Hughes in life and considered him and the emotions he aroused a force to be reckoned with even in death Free article

Wexford Civil War victims of Free State commemorated by families

16 May 2016

Wexford republican prisoners James Parle, John Creane and Patrick Hogan were executed at Wexford Jail by a Free State Army firing squad in 1923 Free article

Will SDLP mimic Ulster Unionists' headline move to Assembly Opposition benches?

13 May 2016

Re-elected Sinn Féin deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness hopes SDLP will stay Free article

Peadar O'Donnell – Died 13 May 1986

13 May 2016

Socialist republican, novelist, journalist and IRA Volunteer Free article

Martin McGuinness reappointed as North's deputy First Minister

12 May 2016

Caitríona Ruane is Principal Deputy Speaker and Carál Ní Chuilín Chief Whip and Group Leader Free article

Child Benefit cut threat by Government is 'shocking', says Gerry Adams

12 May 2016

Children's Minister Katherine Zappone urged to immediately remove Programme for Government proposal Free article

Tesco strike over attacks on pay and conditions deferred as talks renewed

12 May 2016

Workers’ union says Tesco has the capacity to prevent the strike by withdrawing their threat to cut workers’ wages without agreement or by attending the Labour Court for a hearing on the matters in dispute Free article

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