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Irish and British governments must refocus efforts on the North, says Gerry Adams

27 August 2014

Sunday marks 20th anniversary of historic and groundbreaking IRA cessation of 1994 Free article

Top RUC commander gave order that killed Nora McCabe returning from shops

29 August 2014

RUC Chief Superintendent Jimmy Crutchley behind use of lethal plastic bullet weapon Free article

Even RUC chief Jack Hermon despaired of Orange ‘sheer unreasonableness’ on parades

29 August 2014

RUC Chief Constable and British officials were exasperated by Orange Order’s stubbornness Free article

The Irish Volunteer - Volume 1 - Number 30

29 August 2014

The Irish Volunteer - Óglach na hÉireann Volume 1 - Number 30 newspaper, first published 29th August 1914. Free article

Wales NATO summit to face protests by 20,000 people, say police

28 August 2014

Sinn Féin Senator David Cullinane to join ‘No NATO Newport’ events Free article

RUC veteran’s appointment 4 months ago to head HET revealed only now

28 August 2014

Appointment only emerged because of a Freedom of Information request by campaign group Relatives for Justice Free article

Irish Government secrecy over military exports to Israel

27 August 2014

Fine Gael/Labour should come clean on what’s being sent to keep Israeli war machine going, says Sinn Féin TD Pádraig Mac Lochlainn Free article

Savage sectarian home invasion by 10 men wielding iron bars and hatchet

26 August 2014

Mainstream unionist leaders challenged over 'UDA attack' – Catholic man living with Protestant girlfriend slashed by gang claiming to be UDA feared for his life Free article

Offensive remarks at Ard Eoin Fleadh ‘wrong’

26 August 2014

‘Sectarianism is wrong and it has no place at music or cultural events,’ says Belfast Sinn Féin Councillor Jim McVeigh Free article

George Galloway to sue fringe unionist Willie Frazer

26 August 2014

During a protest against George Galloway in Belfast on Saturday, Willie Frazer made a number of outrageous remarks about the Bradford West MP Free article

Film-maker Ken Loach urges boycott of Israeli cultural and sports events

25 August 2014

Director of 'The Wind That Shakes the Barley' and 'Jimmy’s Hall' says Israel must become a pariah state Free article

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