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IRISH
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March 02, 2004 
Ulster Unionist Party leader David Trimble speaks during a news conference at the Stormont Parliament... 
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY LEADER TRIMBLE LEADS HIS PARTY AWAY FROM GOOD FRIDAY AGREEMENT REVIEW AT STORMONT.... 
Ulster Unionist Party leader David Trimble speaks during a news conference at the Stormont Parliament Buildings, Belfast, Northern Ireland, March 2, 2004. Anglo-Irish efforts to revive Northern Ireland's power-sharing government suffered a blow on Tuesday when moderate Protestant leader Trimble walked out of multi-party talks. Trimble acted after Britain and Ireland rejected his demand that they expel the Irish Republican Army's political ally Sinn Fein from their review of the 1998 Good Friday peace deal over alleged ceasefire breaches by the outlawed guerrilla group. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD 
IRISH
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March 02, 2004 
Ulster Unionist Party leader David Trimble leaves Stormont Parliament Buildings, Belfast, Northern Ireland,... 
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
ULSTER UNIONIST PARTY LEADER TRIMBLE LEADS HIS PARTY AWAY FROM GOOD FRIDAY AGREEMENT REVIEW AT STORMONT.... 
Ulster Unionist Party leader David Trimble leaves Stormont Parliament Buildings, Belfast, Northern Ireland, March 2, 2004. Anglo-Irish efforts to revive Northern Ireland's power-sharing government suffered a blow on Tuesday when moderate Protestant leader Trimble walked out of multi-party talks. Trimble acted after Britain and Ireland rejected his demand that they expel the Irish Republican Army's political ally Sinn Fein from their review of the 1998 Good Friday peace deal over alleged ceasefire breaches by the outlawed guerrilla group. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD/JB 
MEXICO IRELAND
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November 19, 1998 
Former Irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds pauses during an interview in Mexico City November 18. Reynolds... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
FORMER IRISH PM REYNOLDS PAUSES DURING INTERVIEW. 
Former Irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds pauses during an interview in Mexico City November 18. Reynolds called on politicians on both sides of the Northern Ireland sectarian divide to end their dispute over arms decommissioning and resume the peace process he helped begin five years ago. Reynolds said that the decommissioning of weapons had never been a precondition to the Good Friday Anglo-Irish agreement and that Unionists were wrong to insist on it. Reynolds is in Mexico on a private visit.

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REYNOLDS
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November 18, 1998 
Former Irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds pauses during an interview in Mexico City November 18. [Reynolds... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Former Irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds pauses during an interview in Mexico City November 18. [..... 
Former Irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds pauses during an interview in Mexico City November 18. [Reynolds called on politicians on both sides of the Northern Ireland sectarian divide to end their dispute over arms decommissioning and resume the peace process he helped begin five years ago. Reynolds said that the decommissioning of weapons had never been a precondition to the Good Friday Anglo-Irish agreement and that Unionists were wrong to insist on it. Reynolds is in Mexico on a private visit. ] 
IRELAND BRITAIN
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November 15, 1985 
Irish Prime Minister Garret Fitzgerald and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher exchange documents... 
Belfast, United Kingdom 
Irish PM Fitzgerald and British PM Thatcher exchange documents after signing Anglo-Irish agreement at... 
Irish Prime Minister Garret Fitzgerald and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher exchange documents after signing an Anglo-Irish agreement at Hillsborough House on November 15, 1985. Behind can be seen British Northern Ireland Secretary Tom King (C) and British Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey Howe (R). Reuters/Rob Taggart 
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