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D.C. welcomes 6 Belfast women as symbols of

Lawmakers shun Sinn Fein leader

By Kevin Cullen and Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / March 17, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The sisters and fiancee of Robert McCartney, the Belfast forklift driver brutally killed by members of the Irish Republican Army on Jan. 30, had barely settled into Edward M. Kennedy's office yesterday when one of them mentioned that the portrait of the senator's slain brother, John, hung next to the hearth in the McCartney home in Northern Ireland. (Full article: 721 words)

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