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19 September 2002 Edition

Blair must re-engage

19 September 2002

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams, speaking following a meeting with Tony Blair in Downing Street on Wednesday, called on the British Prime Minister to return to the task of implementing the Good Friday Agreement. Free article

New York Comptrollers Office interested in KFC case

19 September 2002

Antrim Sinn Féin Councillor Martin Meehan has told An Phoblacht that fast food multinational Kentucky Fried Chicken has come under the scrutiny of the New York Comptroller's Office over the loyalist intimidation of Catholic workers. Free article

PSNI harass Armagh supporters

19 September 2002

The PSNI has been accused of bigoted mean-spiritedness after threatening Armagh GAA fans with prosecution for erecting bunting and painting kerbstones in the run up to this Sunday's All-Ireand football final. Free article

Senior RUC men believed Paras had murdered

19 September 2002

The most senior RUC officer on Bloody Sunday, Patrick McCullagh, was recalled as a witness to the Bloody Sunday inquiry last week and admitted that the force did not interview any British soldiers involved in the shootings, even though senior officers had concluded that at least one of them had been guilty of murder Free article


Devenney calls on Ombudsman to reopen investigation

19 September 2002

Short Strand man Paud Devenney is calling on the 'Police Ombudsman' to reopen the investigation into his complaint against the RUC/PSNI. Free article

A simplistic response

19 September 2002

In January 2002, the National Economic and Social Forum (NESF) published a report on the reintegration of prisoners. Free article

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