Documents on soldiers involved in Miami killings destroyed

Posted By: June 22, 2018

Documents on soldiers involved in Miami killings ‘destroyed’ Irish News. Belfast. Friday, June 22, 2018MILITARY chiefs defending a legal action over alleged collusion with loyalist paramilitaries behind the Miami Showband massacre have claimed any documents on soldiers involved have been destroyed, a lawyer said yesterday.The solicitor representing survivors and relatives of murdered group members said he has been told material on vetting and training Ulster Defence Regiment recruits […]

DUP reconciled only to intransigent ways

Posted By: June 21, 2018

RISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed by Irish National Caucus.  Brian Feeney relentlessly reminds us that the DUP has never accepted the Good Friday Agreement (GFA). This is even hard for someone like me to fully accept, but there is no escaping of it. Feeney, uncomfortably, makes us face it in this article below: ‘The DUP has […]

President Trumka, AFL-CO, receives Labor Leadership Award

Posted By: June 20, 2018

World Peace Prize for Labor Leadership Fr. Sean McManus. President Richard L. Trumka, AFL-CIO, and Barbara Flaherty  CAPITOL HILL. Tuesday, June 19, 2018——The leader of the 12.5 million Labor coalition was awarded a top peace prize today in Washington, DC.The Award, World Peace Prize for Labor Leadership, was presented on Tuesday to the president of the massive AFL-CIO, Richard […]

Mary-Lou’s savvy is leaving DUP behind

Posted By: June 19, 2018

Tom Kelly. Irish News. Belfast. Monday, June 18, 2018“So when you get a Queen’s pardon, it’s only natural that you would take the first opportunity to thank her son,” said one of the wags on social media about Gerry Kelly’s natter [conversation] with Prince Charles during the latter’s visit to Belfast.Gerry and the former culture minister, Carál Ní Chuilín, did not […]

“It was the beginning of the civil rights campaign proper – I helped change history”

Posted By: June 18, 2018

Austin Currie and Geraldine Gildernew reflect on what was achieved by the squat at Number 11 Kinnard ParkSeamus McKinney. Irish News. Belfast. Monday, June 17, 2018Austin Currie spoke at a housing conference – Housing Then and Now – organized to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Caledon protest at the Junction in Dungannon. Picture by Bill Smyth.Mary Teresa Goodfellow’s mother, Anne Gildernew […]

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