IRISH PEACE PROCESS

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August 1969: Three Books and Video

The second week of August 50 years ago witnessed the most intensive and violent period of conflict in the North since the 1920s

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Belfast. PSNI fear UVF reaction over bonfire intervention

Amid a standoff over an illegal bonfire in east Belfast, the PSNI police have told Belfast City Council that they fear the unionist paramilitary UVF could open fire if they attempt to remove bonfire material

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Gerry Adams: A Fair Weather Friend?

Post Views: 21 A friend of mine was in prison in France one time. It was admittedly a rather long time. Years later when I bumped into him I asked what it was like. To be in prison? In France?

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Tory Human Rights plan ‘would wreck peace deal’

The new British government has already launched an ultra-conservative political agenda that could unravel the peace process in the north of Ireland

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Adams: We want our young people back, where they belong 0

Post Views: 2 Closing the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis (national congress) re-elected party president, Gerry Adams, draw attention in his speech to the plight of emigration, something Ireland thought had become a thing of the past.  “Today, this day, –

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Nothing Normal About Stormont – McGuinness 0

Post Views: 2 Speaking just ahead of the Sinn Fein annual conference, the Six-County Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has urged the DUP to turn away from loyalist extremism and bring an end to the “embarrassing” political stalemate at Stormont.

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Section 31 and Visa Denial

Post Views: 3 Gerry Adams * – Dublin Censorship is about closing down dialogue. It’s about influencing and shaping public opinion. It is about persuading citizens to sustain the status quo. Sometimes censorship can be very public and written into

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Three years of internment 0

Post Views: 4 Jim McIlmurray* – Belfast On Tuesday, April 16th, 2013, Lurgan man Martin Corey “celebrated” three years in Maghaberry Prison without any charges ever being placed against him. During that time, police have never questioned or interviewed Martin

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CD launched for Irish language school 0

Post Views: 6 Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD was on hand in Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich to launch a new CD in aid of Irish-medium education. The CD, a compilation of traditional and not so traditional tunes, was recorded

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