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Northern Ireland firebrand turned peacemaker Ian Paisley dies

Sep 12 2014

BELFAST Firebrand Protestant cleric Ian Paisley, whose unlikely alliance with bitter Catholic rivals helped to bring a belated peace to Northern Ireland, died on Friday aged 88, his family said.

Northern Ireland firebrand turned peacemaker Ian Paisley dies

Sep 12 2014

BELFAST Firebrand Protestant cleric Ian Paisley, whose unlikely alliance with bitter Catholic rivals helped to bring a belated peace to Northern Ireland, died on Friday aged 88, his family said.

N.Ireland rocked by Gerry Adams arrest over 1972 killing

May 01 2014

ANTRIM Northern Ireland/DUBLIN Police in Northern Ireland questioned Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams on Thursday after arresting him under an investigation into one of the province's most notorious murders, a move that stirred fierce political reaction in Britain and Ireland.

Northern Ireland police arrest Gerry Adams over 1972 murder

May 01 2014

BELFAST/DUBLIN Northern Ireland police arrested Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams on Wednesday as part of an investigation into one of the province's most controversial murders, a move that sent political shockwaves through Belfast and Dublin. | Video

Northern Ireland police arrest Gerry Adams over 1972 murder

Apr 30 2014

BELFAST/DUBLIN Northern Ireland police arrested Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams on Wednesday as part of an investigation into one of the province's most controversial murders, a move likely to cause a political earthquake in Belfast and Dublin.

Northern Ireland police arrest Gerry Adams over 1972 murder

Apr 30 2014

BELFAST/DUBLIN Northern Ireland police arrested Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams on Wednesday as part of an investigation into one of the province's most controversial murders, a move likely to cause a political earthquake in Belfast and Dublin.

Protesters confront tight security in Belfast G8 rally

Jun 15 2013

BELFAST More than 1,000 trade unionists, environmentalists and anti-poverty campaigners confronted heavy security in Belfast on Saturday to voice their anger at G8 leaders who meet in Northern Ireland next week.

Protesters confront tight security in Belfast G8 rally

Jun 15 2013

BELFAST More than 1,000 trade unionists, environmentalists and anti-poverty campaigners confronted heavy security in Belfast on Saturday to voice their anger at G8 leaders who meet in Northern Ireland next week.

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