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6 May 1999 Edition

Ogoni people still waiting for justice

6 May 1999

On 10 November 1995, the Nigerian government executed Ken Saro-wiwa and other eight leaders of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP) after what was widely regarded as a show trial. Free article

Deis ag daonlathas na hAlban buille a bhualadh

6 May 1999

Le roinnt seachtainí anuas bhí feachtas fíochmhar ar siúl ag daorphreas na hAlban in aghaidh an SNP. Mar is dual d'fheachtas den chineál sin níor bhain loighic ná réasún leis. Free article

Workers in struggle

6 May 1999

One world for whom? and Cablelink - sell off or sell out Free article

Sportsview: Rangers clinch title on Celtic turf

6 May 1999

For the many Celtic fans the unthinkable occurred on Sunday, when Rangers regained the Scottish Premier League title at Parkhead. Free article

Back issue: Confrontation not `understanding'

6 May 1999

In Dublin, at least 50,000 workers marched from Parnell Square to Leinster House, where they handed in a letter of protest against Free State tax policy. Free article

New in print: Legends in the Landscape

6 May 1999

Legends in the Landscape, Aisling Arann. By Dara O Maoildhia, Available from Aisling Arann, Inis Mór, Co Galway, Ireland. Free article

Cinema: Love and division in Wexford

6 May 1999

In the 1950s, the village of Fethard-on-Sea, Wexford, made international news headlines when the Catolic Church ordered a boycott of all Protestants in the village. A Love Divided is the moving story of the events that led to it. Free article

Television: SUMMER DROSS

6 May 1999

Hollywood Love (Network 2) NYPD Blue (Channel 40 20-20 (TV 3) Various other dross Free article

Dúirt siad...

6 May 1999

The week in quotes... Free article

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