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Opposites attract in Ulster

October 17, 2006

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THE SIGHT of Gerry Adams across the table from Ian Paisley would have been unthinkable in Northern Ireland a few years ago. Yet a delegation from Paisley's Democratic Unionist Party and Adams's Sinn Fein, with their leaders at the head, will be meeting today thanks to the efforts of the British and Irish governments and the people of Northern Ireland ... (Full article: 437 words)

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