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24 January 2002 Edition

Government is a fallible business

24 January 2002

Look up, the government really are watching you. Only this time they are only flying by, avoiding the niggling traffic delays you and I must confront daily. They can avoid the problems that their flawed planning policies have inflicted on the rest of us. Free article

Negotiations to resume in Colombia

24 January 2002

The Colombian government and FARC guerrillas have agreed to continue with the peace process, averting a threatened army offensive hours before a midnight deadline on Sunday 20 January. "Today, we have something we have never had before," Colombian President Andrés Pastrana said in an address on Sunday night, referring to a timetable with specific dates and themes to be resolved by the negotiators. During his speech, Pastrana also announced that the demilitarised zone where government and guerrilla are holding their negotiations would remain until 10 April, when the government would have to decide if it is to be renewed. Free article

Bréaga Popstars

24 January 2002

Caithfidh mé a rá gur fuath liom go mór na grúpaí ceoil atá tagtha chun cinn le déanaí atá cruthaithe agus faoi stiúir bainisteoirí go hiomlán. Is dócha gur sin mar a d'fhorbair lucht an phopcheoil le blianta anuas ach le fírinne níl mé tuillteanach cur suas leis an chacamas uathu. Free article

Remembering the Past

24 January 2002

The First Dáil Free article

Struggle is a continuing process

24 January 2002

THE FAR SIDE OF REVENGE Making Peace in Northern Ireland Déaglán de Bréadún Collins Press, Cork, 2001 €19 Free article

Death of innocence

24 January 2002

Bloody Sunday Directed by Paul Greengrass UTV/TV3 Sunday 20 January, 9.30pm Free article

Dúirt Siad

24 January 2002

The week in quotes... Free article

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