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

4 May 1916 – More Rising leaders face the firing squad

4 May 2016

Four more leaders of the Rising to be executed by British Army firing squad – 4 May 1916 Free article

DUP leader blocks funding for new inquest unit

4 May 2016

Unionists holding up quest for truth for victims’ families Free article

Martin McGuinness eve-of-poll call to voters in Assembly elections

4 May 2016

'A stronger Sinn Féin team in the Assembly will help us deliver the vision of the 1916 Proclamation so that we do cherish all the children of the nation equally' Free article

3 May 1916 – Executions of the Rising leaders begin

3 May 2016

First of the leaders of the Rising to be executed by British Army firing squad – 3 May 1916 Free article

Corsica's last major armed group to decommission to 'boost peace process'

3 May 2016

FLNC–22 October says it wants to being a process of demilitarisation to help the nationalist-controlled Corsican Assembly confidently manage its term in office Free article

Hunger Strike rally in Derry draws huge crowd

3 May 2016

Representatives of a number of the hunger strikers' families travelled to the city to take part in commemorative events Free article

The Republic Lives – Up the Republic! An Phoblacht Abú!

30 April 2016

History reverberated throughout Dublin last weekend. It was palpable. It was the best place to be in Ireland. Free article

100 years ago – The North King Street massacre

28 April 2016

The notorious incident during the 1916 Rising when British soldiers executed people in their homes and buried them in basements in Dublin's north inner city Free article

David Beresford, author of the H-Blocks epic inside story

28 April 2016

David Beresford – the award-winning Guardian correspondent who wrote Ten Men Dead, the gripping and intensely moving inside story of the 1981 H-Blocks Hunger Strike – died on 22 April. Free article

The sun shone on Sinn Féin's Ard Fheis

27 April 2016

Stephen Todd reflects on the 1916 centenary gathering in “The City that Fought the Empire” Free article

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Uncomfortable Conversations 

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An initiative for dialogue 

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