Issue 2 - 2024 200dpi

13 February 2003 Edition

Don't do it

13 February 2003

This weekend, tens of thousands of Irish people on the streets of Dublin and Belfast are joining millions in demonstrations throughout the world and demanding that the governments of the United States and Britain stop their drive to war. Free article

UDA Business as usual in North Belfast

13 February 2003

Having temporarily sorted out their internal squabbles, unionist paramilitaries are celebrating by returning to what they do best - attacking nationalists. Free article

Shooter refuses to come clean

13 February 2003

Any remaining hopes the Bloody Sunday families may still hold that the soldiers responsible for the killing and wounding of their loved ones would find it in their hearts to be honest about the day were dealt a severe blow on Tuesday when the first of the Parachute Regiment's shooters, identified only as Soldier A, took the stand. Free article

Hillsborough talks frustrating

13 February 2003

Speaking after a Sinn Féin delegation met with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Hillsborough on Wednesday evening, party chair Mitchel McLaughlin said it had been a frustrating experience. Free article


Sinn Féin welcomes northern representation but criticises delays

13 February 2003

Sinn Féin on Tuesday welcomed as a positive step the response of the Taoiseach to a question concerning the rights of people living in the Six Counties to representation in the Houses of the Oireachtas. Free article

Heavy handed PSNI in Omagh

13 February 2003

West Tyrone Sinn Fein Assembly member Barry McElduff is accusing the PSNI of heavy handed tactics during disturbances in Omagh town centre in the early hours of Sunday 9 February. Free article

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