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  1. Three scenariosRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | The Day

    ... ability to stir up the flames of separatism in case Kyiv produces undesirable decisions. The terrorist Irish Republican Army (IRA) had a political wing Sinn Fein in Ulster, which, despite splits among terrorists, represented the organization at ...


  2. Make My DayAUSTRALIAN Clothing Chain Hates YouRead the original story

    Oct 14, 2011 | American Reporter

    "Al-Qaeda is losing ground in the Arabic world and the Middle East as a different narrative arises in those societies. It is operating on its periphery and faces an issue of credibility," says Sir Richard Dearlove, Chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service between February 1999 and May 2004.


  3. Australian Muslims need a PR advisor right nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | The RiotACT

    British author Ian McEwan wrote after 9/11: "It is hard to be cruel once you permit yourself to enter the mind of your victim. Imagining what it is like to be someone other than yourself is at the core of our humanity."


  4. PSNI apologise for - shoot-to-kill' files delayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | Fermanagh Today

    Police deeply regret a seven year delay in disclosing top-secret files on deaths linked to an alleged security force shoot-to-kill policy, a coroner's court has heard. Drew Harris who was appointed as Police Service of Northern Ireland Deputy Chief Constable last week, was summoned to Belfast's Royal Courts of Justice to explain why it has taken so long to hand over state files linked to nine deaths during the early 1980s.


  5. Police regret 'shoot-to-kill' delaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | UTV

    Deputy Chief Constable Drew Harris has appeared before the senior coroner in Belfast to explain the long-running delays in disclosing files on a series of deaths linked to an alleged security force shoot-to-kill policy in Northern Ireland. The case involves six people including IRA men and a Catholic teenager who were shot by security forces around Lurgan and Armagh in 1982.


  6. Predictive Policing: The Promise and PerilsRead the original story

    Monday Sep 22 | Government Technology

    ... 1990s, when the British government used cameras and readers to track vehicles used by the Provisional Irish Republican Army. More than 20 years later, the technology is extremely popular, primarily for detecting stolen vehicles. But now some police ...


  7. Londonderry man loses challenge against terror chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | Fermanagh Today

    A Londonderry man has lost a High Court challenge to being investigated and prosecuted over an alleged dissident terrorism offence in the city. Anthony Lancaster was seeking a declaration that it was unlawful and unfair to charge him with assisting in a meeting addressed by a member of a proscribed organisation, namely the IRA.


  8. Ulster Unionist Councillor snubs Paisley debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | Lurgan Today

    A Craigavon Ulster Unionist councillor "absented" himself from a debate on Monday night on the life and death of Dr Ian Paisley, the former NI First Minister who passed away on Friday. Councillor Ronnie Harkness felt he had "nothing positive to say" about the late firebrand politician and preacher, and spent the 30-minute debate outside the council chamber.


  9. Distressed family 'deeply hurt' over Whitaker claims about Haughey bar assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 |

    The then finance minister Charles Haughey is formally presented with the first of Ireland's new decimal coins by Dr TK Whitaker, who was governor of the Central Bank, in September 1969. Picture: Irish Photo Archive.


  10. "The Scotland Referendum: Democracy Won" By Sir Ronald SandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | Bajan Reporter

    By the manner in which the Scottish Nationalist Party and its leaders approached the fight for the independence of Scotland from the rest of the United Kingdom , they set an example to nationalists in Northern Ireland and the rest of the world. The SNP did not plant bombs in London; they did not arm their supporters; they did not attack government buildings; they did not kill anyone; no campaign of terror was mounted to intimidate and paralyse the rest of the UK.


  11. Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Sunday 21 Sep 2014Read the original story

    Sunday Sep 21 | The First Post

    'Plebgate' MP Andrew Mitchell called a police officer a "little shit" and said he was "too important" to obey the officer's request, the high court will hear. Allegations of rude and abusive behaviour by the former minister over a seven-year period are contained in court documents presented by The Sun in its libel defence against Mitchell.


  12. Belfast officer who oversaw Adams arrest promotedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Rival factions in Northern Ireland's unity government are accusing each other of bias after a policeman who oversaw the arrest of Sinn Fein party leader Gerry Adams was promoted to the force's second-highest post. Adams spent five days in custody in May over his alleged role in the 1972 Irish Republican Army abduction, killing and secret burial of a widowed 38-year-old mother of 10 children.


  13. Sinn Fein broadcasting ban lifted twenty years ago todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | The Irish World Newspaper

    On this day twenty years ago, the British government lifted the broadcasting ban on voices of Sinn Fein and paramilitary groups which had been adopted six years previously. The ban had proved hugely controversial as journalists and the media argued that it made reporting on issues in Northern Ireland near impossible.


  14. Adam's arrest behind Sinn Fein's 'beef' with Policing Board - DUPRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Belfast Today

    The Northern Ireland Policing Board has appointed ACC Drew Harris as the new Deputy Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland . Sinn Fein has been accused of failing to support a senior police appointment because of the arrest of Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams.


  15. Ian Paisley's son has criticised his father's detractorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    He said his father and the wider family had been hurt by the way some in the Free Presbyterian Church, which he founded, and in politics allegedly took him for granted. Ian Paisley Jnr told the Ballymena Guardian: "None of his detractors can take anything away from him.


  16. Perils of reporting PaisleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Newsday

    Ian Paisley first came into my life when I was eight, during his campaign to oust the then prime minister at Stormont, Captain Terence O'Neill. As much of my life revolved around Dinky toys at the time I asked at the tea-table who O'Neill was and what did he drive? I was given the analogy of government, a bus and a driver and that someone else wanted a turn at steering.


  17. PSNI appoints new Deputy Chief ConstableRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 |

    The Northern Ireland Policing Board has appointed the head of its Serious Crime Division, Drew Harris, to the No 2 position in the PSNI. Yesterday, a Sinn Fein member of the policing board, Caitrona Ruane, withdrew from the selection panel, claiming the recruitment process may be flawed.


  18. Coroner slams Garda and NIO over Kingsmills delaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Belfast Today

    A senior coroner has hit out at the Northern Ireland Office and the Garda commissioner for failing to disclose information on the Kingsmills massacre. The IRA shot dead 10 textile workers by the side of a road near Bessbrook in 1976 after flagging down the minibus they were travelling home from work in.


  19. Scottish referendum: Remember Scottish soldiers who died at IRA hands, says MPRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | Fermanagh Today

    Scots should consider the scores of fellow countrymen killed battling the IRA when they cast their ballots, said a DUP MP. In a statement yesterday, Strangford's Jim Shannon referred to figures released a couple of days earlier showing 54 per cent of voters in the No camp and 46 per cent preparing to vote Yes . 1 comment

  20. For the recordRead the original story

    Monday Sep 15 | Los Angeles Times

    ... bombings in Dublin and Monaghan" in the band's homeland, Ireland. The Ulster Volunteer Force, not the Irish Republican Army, was responsible for the 1974 bombings. Nevada highway washout: In the Sept. 13 Section A, an article detailing the damage a ...