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12 January 2014 Edition

After Haass

12 January 2014

THE CONCLUSION of the protracted Haass Talks on New Year’s Eve without an agreement on parades, flags and emblems, and the legacy of the past in a the Six Counties was undoubtedly a disappointment – but that’s not the end of it. Free article

The links between the undercover death squads and Westminster’s military and political machine

12 January 2014

“THE KILLING OF CITIZENS through collusion with unionist death squads is a British state policy in Ireland,” pressure group Fírinne defines collusion in its campaign to expose the links between the British and pro-British, unionist killer gangs. Premium service article

Men’s Sheds – A welcome in for fellas

12 January 2014

An Phoblacht’s MARK MOLONEY visisted Loughlinstown, Ballybrack and Shanganagh (LBS) Men’s Shed to see what it’s all about. Free article

Carnival of reaction

12 January 2014

THE increasingly hysterical attacks on Sinn Féin and on party president Gerry Adams are a tribute to the strength of the challenge that Sinn Féin is posing to the Establishment, especially in the South. Premium service article

Making schools funding count

12 January 2014

THERE’S been a lot of debate (and misinformation) about how and why Sinn Féin is trying to change the system of schools funding in the Six Counties. Premium service article

Running for an all-Ireland team in Europe

12 January 2014

AT THE AGE of 12, Lynn Boylan had her letter supporting a Dublin Bus strike over pay and conditions printed in the Evening Herald. Premium service article

After Haass

12 January 2014

THE CONCLUSION of the protracted Haass Talks on New Year’s Eve without an agreement on parades, flags and emblems, and the legacy of the past in a the Six Counties was undoubtedly a disappointment – but that’s not the end of it. Free article

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Ireland should officially recognise Palestine, MP urges Dáil parties

12 January 2014

UNITED NATIONS members such as Ireland who have declared their support for the two-state solution to the Palestine/Israel situation should have no problem in giving official recognition to Palestine, a Palestinian MP internationally renowned for his work as a non-violence activist has told the Irish Government and Dáil parties in a visit to Ireland. Free article

Sectarianism and segregation

12 January 2014

SECTARIANISM is both a by-product of British colonialism in Ireland and the cement used to embed the partition of Ireland and provide the ethos of the new Northern state just over 90 years ago. Free article

Double blow to censorship

12 January 2014

IN JANUARY 1994, the armed conflict in the Six Counties was at a critical stage. The previous year had seen the deaths of 84 people in the war and, while there was some political movement, it was by no means clear that a peace process could be put in place to end the armed conflict and to address its root causes. Free article

The centenary of The Irish Volunteers – Óglaigh na hÉireann

12 January 2014

AN PHOBLACHT will be making all the editions of The Irish Volunteer, the newspaper of the Irish Volunteer movement, available to online subscribers each week over the next two years and exactly 100 years after they were first published. Free article

Cá bhfuil Gluaiseacht na Gaeilge agus an Teanga faoi Ionsaí?

12 January 2014

IS SCANNAL DÁMANTA é go raibh ar an gCoimisinéir Teanga, Seán Ó Cuirreáin, éirí as i bhfianaise fhaillí an rialtais i dtaobh na Gaeilge, sé sin an chaoi gur cuma leis an stát cearta lucht labhartha na Gaeilge fiú chómh fada is a bhaineann siad lena ndlithe féin nó le Bunreacht an stáit. Free article

Smithwick Tribunal investigator rejects findings

12 January 2014

WHATEVER the headline in The Irish Times says, the Irish Government’s Smithwick Tribunal DID NOT find evidence of collusion by a ‘Garda mole’ in the IRA ambush and execution of two high-ranking RUC police chiefs in 1989. Free article


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