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12 January 2014 Edition

After Haass

12 January 2014

THE CONCLUSION of the protracted Haass Talks on New Year’s Eve without an agreement on parades, flags and emblems, and the legacy of the past in a the Six Counties was undoubtedly a disappointment – but that’s not the end of it. Free article

Supporting Basque prisoners

12 January 2014

I SIGNED a letter with other human rights minded MEPs at the end of 2013 in support of the developing peace process in the Basque Country. In October 2006, the EU Parliament adopted a resolution supporting efforts to solve this political conflict. Martin Schulz MEP declared during the debate: Free article

Welcome to Gaza

12 January 2014

A MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST and human rights worker who travelled to Gaza with the ‘Welcome to Gaza’ Convoy last July has criticised the mainstream media for failing to reflect the daily suffering of people of Palestine. Free article

Cairde Youth launched in Scotland

12 January 2014

CAIRDE na hÉireann’s impressive growth in Scotland has led it to setting up its very own youth group for republicans aged 14 to 25. Free article

Eyewitnesses to 1916, and Peadar O’Donnell’s jail journal

12 January 2014

1916: What the People Saw and The Gates Flew Open Free article

Decide to find your stride

12 January 2014

THERE IS ONE epidemic which all policy-makers agree is increasing every year in Ireland and in 2014 it could affect you too. It is inactivity. Premium service article

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Leo Wilson RIP – A spirited republican

12 January 2014

LEO WILSON died on 4 January. On behalf of Sinn Féin I want to extend my condolences to Leo’s wife Maureen, to daughter Fiona and sons Cormac, Paul, Gearoid, and Pádraic, and the entire Wilson clann. Free article

Neil McLaughlin, Derry City

12 January 2014

THE DEATH occurred on Monday 23 December of Neil McLaughlin (65), a committed republican from Shantallow who represented Ireland at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. Free article

Caroline Moore, Derry City

12 January 2014

CAROLINE MOORE grew up in a family of 12 – six boys and six girls – the youngest in the family. Tragically, Caroline’s mother also died very prematurely, when Caroline was only six years old. Her father was to die soon after. Free article

I nDíl Chuimhne

12 January 2014

» Notices All notices should be sent to: [email protected] at least 14 days in advance of publication date. There is no charge for I nDíl Chuimhne, Comhbhrón etc. Free article

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