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July Edition of An Phoblacht June 28, 2017

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The July edition of An Phoblacht is just rolling off the press and will be in your local newsagent nationwide from Friday morning.
Some of what’s in the July issue of An Phoblacht . . .

 

New approach’ needed to convince unionists about a united Ireland – Gerry Adams’s Waterfront address invites Orange Order to talks, appeals to ‘thoughtful leaders of unionism’

 

Theresa May finds ‘magic money tree’ to buy DUP support for Conservatives

DUP/Tory deal – ‘A blank cheque for a Tory Brexit that threatens the Good Friday Agreement’

 

The Magnificent Seven in Westminster – Sinn Féin’s new MPs attract global attention as Tory election gamble backfires

 

We live in interesting times’ – Peadar Whelan spends time behind the scenes at the Westminster election counts. Shine is wearing off ‘New Iron Lady’ Theresa May and SDLP flounders in Sinn Féin tide

 

Uafás na Palaistíne ar Scáileán

 

Prison struggle was about the Republic declared in Easter Week 1916 – Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD, Director of Elections for H-Blocks Hunger Striker Kieran Doherty TD in 1981, ahead of the National Hunger Strike Commemoration in County Mayo

 

Tamil exiles visit Belfast and Derry to tell of the genocide by Sri Lanka highlighted by Channel 4

 

Bodenstown Wolfe Tone Commemoration – ‘Advancing towards Irish unity in the United Irish tradition’ (Sinn Féin National Chair Declan Kearney)

 

Marco Vernon came to Ireland from Brazil 17 years ago to publicise the plight of the Amazon’s Guarani-Kaiowá people then was murdered by a rancher’s hirelings when he went home – his son returned this year to meet Sinn Féin

 

 

Erin’s Hope – Aengus Ó Snoadigh writes on the 150th anniversary of the US gun-running ship

 

 

Not on the Nine O’Clock News – Seán Mac Brádaigh casts his eye over RTÉ, the elections and Brendan Howlin’s Labour Party cashing in on Jeremy Corbyn’s popularity

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