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10 December 1998 Edition

Progress needed before Christmas

10 December 1998

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuiness met with the British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Wednesday and impressed upon him the need for positive movement in the political process before the Christmas break. Free article

Unionists continue to unpick the Agreement

10 December 1998

Gerry Adams, writing from Washington, outlines the continuing Unionist strategy to renegotiate the Good Friday Agreement Free article

``We too have our Mandelas''

10 December 1998

The higher you build your barriers, the taller I become, The further you take my rights away, the faster I will run. . . Free article

RUC said Bloody Sunday death was ``murder''

10 December 1998

Damning new evidence about Bloody Sunday which has just come into the public domain will now form part of the evidence to the Bloody Sunday inquiry. Free article


Death squad has South African weapons

10 December 1998

Weapons brought into Ireland from South Africa by British Intelligence for use by loyalist death squads have resurfaced in the hands of the Red Hand Defenders and the Orange Volunteers. Free article

RUC attack protesters

10 December 1998

Sinn Fein in Belfast has stepped up the street campaign for the Disbandment of the RUC with a series of protests. Starting last Friday and continuing throughout the week they mark an increasing impatience among nationalists for radical change in the nature of policing. Free article

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