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April 27, 2020. November, Like a Hole in the Heart

November, Like a Hole in the Heart. A poem by Séamas Carraher

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The Window of my mind

An essay originally written by Bobby Sands in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh in 1979

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How the 31 August IRA cessation happened

The IRA cessation is 25 years old this week. August 1994 was an intense month. To be honest, neither Martin nor I really knew if we would succeed

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August 1969. It all changed forever

August 69 was a turning point for the North and for many of us who lived here. The Civil Rights Association had been campaigning for an end to discrimination by the Unionist regime at Stormont

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Peculiar aspect of Irish Peace Process revealed

“The Negotiators Cookbook” written by former Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams shed light on a peculiar aspect of the Irish Peace Process

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‘A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot’ – documentary film

Released in Irish cinemas on Friday 14 September – ‘A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot” – is a new documentary from journalist and filmmaker Sinéad O’Shea who takes a look at the divided city of Derry in the “still occupied” 6 counties of Northern Ireland 20 years after the “peace process”

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Victory to the Hunger strikers

Last week, we remembered with pride Bobby Sands and Francis Hughes, who died on hunger strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh in 1981

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Gerry Adams: Hopes for peace in the Basque country

The decision by ETA to take this historic step has the potential to transform the relationships between the Basque country and the Spanish and French states

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NORTHERN KURDISTAN: NEWROZ WELCOMES MORE POLITICAL PRISONERS ON HUNGER STRIKE

the countless Kurdish political prisoners held in Turkish jails, 26 of whom have been on hunger strike since early February

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“Our” Martin McGuinness

MARTIN McGUINNESS’S contribution to the struggle for Irish freedom and sovereignty for over 40 years has been immeasurable.

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