25 January 2007 Edition

Nuacht na nOibrithe BY STEPHANIE LORD

25 January 2007

Security Workers to act over 'tiger kidnappings', Strike notice served on Dunnes supplier, Aer Lingus Unions threaten strike and Unions will seek more if inflation continues to rise Free article

International: Media's watchful eye ignores suffering of millions

25 January 2007

We often hear about the war on Iraq, the Middle East conflict, and natural or man-made disasters. But when did you last hear about malnutrition, the TB epidemic, situations in Chechnya and Haiti? Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders), an NGO providing healthcare in conflict areas, publishes an annual list of the world's top ten underreported humanitarian crises. The 2006 list is summarised below. Free article

International in Brief

25 January 2007

World Social Forum opens in Kenya, US: Hearsay, coerced evidence approved, Ex-Guantánamo Moroccans cleared, Azeri top crime-fighter gets life and Chávez: Castro gravely ill Free article

Fógraí bháis

25 January 2007

The Donegal Community of Malin Head and republicans throughout Derry have been thrown into grief by the loss of republican stalwart Roddy Doherty who passed away last week after a short illness. A republican with a history stretching back to the 1940's Roddy was always active and had played a very positive role in the struggle for the liberation of our country. His commitment to Óglaigh na hÉireann in the North Donegal area during that period was continually tested and proved through hard times when it was not popular to be overtly republican. Free article

Bloody Sunday Commemorative Events 2007

25 January 2007

• Thursday 25 January

7.30pm: Opening: Official opening of the Museum of Free Derry.  Venue: Museum of Free Derry, Glenfada Park. Please note: This event is invitation only. The museum will open to the public from Friday 26 January, adm £3/£1.50. Admission will be free from Monday 29 January to Friday 2 February. Please call 7136 0880 for details.


• Friday 26 January

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