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Colombia peace deal success hailed by Sinn Féin contributors to talks in Cuba

25 August 2016

Martin McGuinness tweeted that he was ‘overjoyed to hear Colombian peace talks in Havana have resulted in agreement to end war and conflict’ Free article

Thomas McElwee – Died on 8 August 1981 after 62 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

8 August 2016

Thomas McElwee, at the age of 23, was the tenth man to join the 1981 Hunger Strike. From Bellaghy in south Derry, he was imprisoned in 1976 after a premature bomb explosion in which he lost an eye. Free article

Thomas McElwee to be remembered in Bellaghy on Sunday

4 August 2016

‘The Hunger Strikers were all young men, leaders and an inspiration to generations of Irish republicans and revolutionary peoples all over the world’ – Ian Milne MLA Free article

Bar on anti-internment parade going to Belfast City Centre is ‘wrong’, says Sinn Féin MP

4 August 2016

Parades Commission confirms it has received a request to review its decision Free article

Reconciliation – an imperative, not an option

3 August 2016

If political unionism continues to fail to seize the opportunities, we may well end up talking to ourselves and the impetus necessary to transform our society will not be generated Free article

1916 hero Roger Casement remembered on 100th anniversary of execution

3 August 2016

Irish republicans and members of the Congolese Community in Ireland remember human rights and 1916 hero Roger Casement Free article

3rd August 1916 – Roger Casement

3 August 2016

Roger Casement was born at Doyle’s Cottage, Lawson Terrace, Sandycove, County Dublin, the son of Captain Roger Casement of the 3rd Dragoon Guards of the British Army and Anne Jephson from Mallow, County Cork Free article

Ó Phríosúin go Pobal – Forbairt na Gaeilge pléite i mBéal Feirste

3 August 2016

Bhí forbairt na Gaeilge sna 1970í agus 1980í á plé i mBéal Feirste le déanaí – faoin téama ‘Ó Phríosúin go Pobal’ Free article

‘No surprise’ that new nurses are leaving in droves – Louise O’Reilly TD

2 August 2016

‘Our healthcare workers are the envy of the world and they deserve a decent place to work in’ Free article

Kieran Doherty TD – Died on 2 August 1981 after 73 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

2 August 2016

IRA Volunteer Kieran Doherty, TD for Cavan/Monaghan, died at 7:15pm on Sunday 2 August 1981, the day after Kevin Lynch’s death. Kieran had joined the hunger strike one day before Kevin Lynch and survived one day longer. Free article

Kevin Lynch – Died on 1 August 1981 after 71 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

1 August 2016

Kevin excelled at Gaelic games and had captained the under-16 Derry team which won an all-Ireland hurling trophy in 1972. He stood as a H-Block/Armagh candidate in the Waterford constituency during the June 1981 general election in the South and polled extremely well despite missing out on election. Free article

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