Issue 2 - 2024 200dpi

26 March 1998 Edition

Unite to defend Articles 2 & 3

26 March 1998

Irish people North and South must unite in the face of the latest onslaught against the sovereignty of Ireland and attacks on the rights of Irish citizens. Free article

Republicans would help Garvaghy people

26 March 1998

Addressing a rally organised by the Garvaghy Road Residents Coalition Sinn Fein's Francie Molloy promised that if the Coalition requested the help of republicans during this year's Drumcree Orange march then they would respond. Free article

Parades man was part of anti-republican strategy

26 March 1998

Revelations about Parades Commission appointee Aidan Canavan have further exposed the anti-nationalist ethos of the Commission. Free article

Murdered teenager's mother refutes British lies

26 March 1998

As Scots Guards Mark Wright and James Fisher, convicted of killing North Belfast teenager Peter McBride, appear in a Belfast court this week, the campaign to have the pair released gathers momentum. Free article


SF's Italian tour

26 March 1998

Lotta is the Italian word for struggle. It has formed the foundation of a rapidly growing Italian vocabulary amongst this Sinn Fein delegation. Free article

Truth Commission needed in England

26 March 1998

The BBC's Here and Now programme last week was devoted to Colin Parry, whose son Tim was killed in the Warrington bomb. Mr Parry is considering giving up his full time job as a personnel manager in order to set up a peace centre in Warrington. Such a centre, he claimed, would be modelled on peace camps he has organised in the Six Counties ``where young people can speak freely with friends and enemies in an atmosphere free from coercion''. Free article

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