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Turkey – 17 ‘Cumhuriyet’ journalists face terrorism trial on Monday

23 July 2017

The ‘Cumhuriyet’ employees on trial are charged with ‘helping an armed terrorist organisation while not being a member’ Free article

‘An address from the Army Council of the Irish Republican Army to the men and women of the Orange Order’

16 July 2017

‘The fact is we are quite unaware of religious distinctions within our Movement. We guarantee you, you will guarantee us, and we will both guarantee all full freedom of conscience and religious worship in the Ireland we are to set free.’ Free article

Fearless leadership is needed against sectarianism – Sinn Féin National Chairperson Declan Kearney

14 July 2017

South Antrim MLA Declan Kearney calls on political unionism to do more to confront intolerance and support the development of a reconciliation process Free article

Naked sectarianism at bonfire ‘hate-fests’ must be confronted by unionism, says Gerry Adams

14 July 2017

‘I am sure the vast majority of unionists, including members of the Orange, are appalled at the aggression and sectarianism around some bonfires’ Free article

Bastille Day – 14 July 1789: The French Revolution begins

14 July 2017

The French Revolution is the key event in the history of republicanism Free article

Martin Hurson — Died on 13 July 1981 after 46 days on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

13 July 2017

THE death of IRA Volunteer Martin Hurson on 13 July 1981, after 46 days on the Hunger Strike, was unexpected. The suddenness of his death, coming only five days after that of Joe McDonnell, came as a shock since two other Hunger Strikers – Kieran Doherty and Kevin Lynch – had been almost a week on hunger strike ahead of Martin. Free article

DUP and Orange Order leaders silent as PSNI probe hate crimes at ‘bigot bonfires’

12 July 2017

A bonfire off the Castlereagh Road in east Belfast featured a black coffin with an image of the late Martin McGuinness Free article

Orange Order still has time to speak out against bonfire hate crimes

11 July 2017

Burning flags, posters and effigies should not be part of Twelfth celebrations, says north Belfast lawyer John Finucane Free article

‘Cultural traditions’ or pyres of prejudice?

11 July 2017

Will unionist leaders speak out against bonfires built on race hate? Free article

The ‘Big Four’ and tax havens – Dublin launch of new report, Tuesday 18 July

11 July 2017

Report co-author and Oxfam leader to speak at event hosted by Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy and GUE/NGL European Parliament Group Free article

Joe McDonnell – Died on July 8th 1981 on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh

8 July 2017

IRA Volunteer and Hunger Striker Joe McDonnell, from Lenadoon in west Belfast, passed away at 5:15am on Wednesday 8 July 1981 after 61 agonising days on the Hunger Strike. His wife Goretti had maintained an almost constant vigil by his side but, with a callous act of disregard for her feelings when he died, the RUC called her in, ostensibly to identify the body. Free article

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