14 September 2006 Edition

Kelly accuses British of planned cover up over stolen files

14 September 2006

The revelation that up to 1,000 RUC files relating to killings in the North have disappeared is evidence of a planned, systematic cover up on the part of the British government says Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly. Free article

International: Plight of African nations on agenda in Cuba

14 September 2006

Monday, 11 September marked the start of the 14th Summit of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), in Havana, Cuba. High in the agenda is Africa's challenges and tragedies, as half of the 116 member states of the NAM are African. Free article

Church paint bombed by loyalists

14 September 2006

The Church of Our Lady, in the Harryville area of Ballymena, was targeted by loyalist paint bombers on Monday night 11 September. This, the latest attack on the beleaguered chapel, saw at least two devices thrown at the chapel which has been targeted by loyalist thugs and unionist paramilitary gangs on many occasions over the years. Free article

In Brief

14 September 2006

Palestine, Bolivia and Chile Free article

Maskey attends Basque court case

14 September 2006

Alex Maskey MLA pictured outside the Spanish Audencia Nacional after giving testimony as part of the 18/98 court case. The contraversial trial is part of Baltazar Garzon's ongoing political campaign against Basque left wing nationalists. 90 journalists, human rights activists, lawyers, business people and political activists are being accused of providing ETA with political and logistical support over a period of two decades. Free article

Promoting alternative vision for future of Europe and Ireland

14 September 2006

Lest Saturday Dublin's Liberty Hall played host to a gathering of all shades of left and republican opinion in Ireland for a conference entitled Another Europe is Possible, organised by Sinn Féin in association with the European United Left/Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL). Free article

Catalans celebrate national day

14 September 2006

While generally overshadowed by events on the same date in the United States, for Catalans, 11 September is their national day and an opportunity to reassert their centuries old demand for independence. Free article

Dúirt Siad...

14 September 2006

The week in quotes. Free article

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