The Irish News reports on how loyalists obtained a British army intelligence file allegedly containing information on up to 400 people.
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams was yesterday the latest to be told he was under threat from loyalist paramilitaries. Last night questions were raised as to why it had taken 16 months for police to warn those listed on a file which vanished from army offices at Castlereagh police complex in east Belfast in July 2004.
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