☘️Northern Ireland confronts legacy of the ‘Troubles’ | Al Jazeera English

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Families of victims in the decades-long conflict in Northern Ireland are still fighting to ensure their relatives get justice.
During this period, known as the Troubles, society was generally divided along religious lines – with most Catholics opposing British rule in Northern Ireland, and Protestants wanting it to continue.

Twenty years on from an agreement to end the violence, many believe justice has not been achieved.

Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports from the rural county of Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

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me thinks says:

The British have no reason to be in Ireland. Get out. Give Ireland back to the Irish.

Reagan Pup says:

Thanks Bill Clinton for helping to bring peace to Ireland.

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