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7 October 1999 Edition

Outpost peoples

7 October 1999

Loyalists have much to learn from the experience of the Krajina Serbs, writes Mick Derrig Free article

Dicing with nuclear death

7 October 1999

Two recent nuclear incidents have raised the alarm again about lax safety measures applied in the nuclear industry. Free article

Éisc Bheaga agus Éisc Mhóra

7 October 1999

`Tuigim am argoint gur státaire é Gusmao anois - á la Nelson Mandela deich mbliain ó shin - ach tá sé dochreidte gur de thaisme go gcuirfeadh an Rialtas cuireadh dó teacht go hÉirinn díreach ag an am go mbeadh Tom Hyland as an tír'. Scrúdaíonn Eoghan Mac Cormaic `realpolitik' na Roinne Gnóthaigh Eachtrannacha. Free article

Sportsview: The end of GAA as we know it?

7 October 1999

There has been much talk in recent weeks of the newly-formed Gaelic Players Association (GPA). Although this is not a new or an original concept, its formation could yet be seen as a watershed in the history of the GAA. Free article

Remembering the Past: Molly O'Reilly

7 October 1999

Molly O'Reilly was born in Gardiner Street, Dublin, in about 1900. Free article

Back issue: Adams calls for dialogue

7 October 1999

SINN FÉIN President Gerry Adams was given a standing ovation from a crowd of over 400 people at the Labour Committee on Ireland's public meeting in Brighton, held to coincide with the annual conference of the British Labour Party. Free article

New in print

7 October 1999

A Star Called Henry and An Intimate History of Killing: Face-to-Face Killing in Twentieth Century Warfare Free article

Dúirt siad...

7 October 1999

The week in quotes... Free article

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