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Ian Paisley - 12 Sep 2014
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Hardline Protestant cleric and Northern Ireland's former leader Ian Paisley has died, his Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) said on Friday. Paisley served as Northern Ireland's first minister in 2007 and 2008, representing the DUP, the country's largest unionist party.
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March 04, 2008
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley smiles as he talks to media in Downing Street in this March...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley smiling as he talks to media in Downing...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley smiles as he talks to media in Downing Street in this March 22, 2007 file photograph. Paisley will step down as Northern Ireland's first minister in May, a spokesman for Paisley said on March 4, 2008. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty/Files (NORTHERN IRELAND) Photograph taken March 22, 2007
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May 08, 2008
Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley laughs during the USNI investment conference at Stormont...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Northern Ireland's First Minister Paisley laughs during USNI investment conference at Stormont Parliament...
Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley laughs during the USNI investment conference at Stormont Parliament Building in Belfast May 8, 2008. REUTERS/David Moir (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 08, 2010
Former Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr Ian Paisley arrives at his constituency offices in Ballymena...
Ballymena, United Kingdom
Former Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr Ian Paisley arrives at his constituency offices in Ballymena...
Former Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr Ian Paisley arrives at his constituency offices in Ballymena where he announced his retirement as MP for north Antrim, Belfast March 8, 2010. Paisley, the firebrand protestant who played a central role in Northern Ireland politics through decades of violence and the peace process that followed, announced his retirement on March 2, 2010. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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May 08, 2008
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (L) speaks to media next to Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown speaks to media next to Northern Ireland's First Minister Paisley in Belfast...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (L) speaks to media next to Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley as he arrives for the USNI Investment Conference at Stormont Parliament Building in Belfast May 8, 2008. REUTERS/David Moir (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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April 19, 2010
Former Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader, Ian Paisley, wears his party's tie during the launch of...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Former Democratic Unionist Party leader, Ian Paisley, wears his party's tie during the launch of their...
Former Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader, Ian Paisley, wears his party's tie during the launch of their election campaign in Belfast April 19, 2010 REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 08, 2008
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (L) and Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley attend the...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown and Northern Ireland's First Minister Paisley attend USNI Investment Conference...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (L) and Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley attend the USNI Investment Conference at Stormont Parliament Building in Belfast May 8, 2008. REUTERS/David Moir (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 06, 2008
Ireland's Taoiseach Bertie Ahern (L) and Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley laugh as they both...
Drogheda, Ireland
Ireland's Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley laugh before officially...
Ireland's Taoiseach Bertie Ahern (L) and Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley laugh as they both hold seventeenth century swords before officially opening of the Battle of the Boyne visitors centre near Drogheda, County Meath in Ireland May 6, 2008. REUTERS/PA Pool/Niall Carson (IRELAND)
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March 19, 2008
Britain's Queen Elizabeth greets Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley at the East Belfast Mission...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth greets Northern Ireland's First Minister Paisley at the East Belfast Mission...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth greets Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley at the East Belfast Mission Hall in Belfast March 19, 2008. REUTERS/Pool (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 17, 2007
Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley holds a rabbit at the Balmoral Agricultural Show at the...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Northern Ireland's First Minister Paisley holds rabbit at Balmoral Agricultural Show at the Kings Hall,...
Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley holds a rabbit at the Balmoral Agricultural Show at the Kings Hall, Belfast, May 17, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Cooper (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 10, 2007
Ireland's Prime Minister Bertie Ahern (R) is presented with a cavalry carbine used in the Battle of the...
Drogheda, Ireland
Ireland's PM Ahern is presented with a cavalry carbine used in the Battle of the Boyne by Northern Ireland...
Ireland's Prime Minister Bertie Ahern (R) is presented with a cavalry carbine used in the Battle of the Boyne by Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley at the site of the battle at Drogheda, Ireland, May 11, 2007. The battle fought on July 1, 1690 saw the exiled King James II defeated by William III and has become the most commemorated battle in modern Irish history. REUTERS/Michael Cooper (IRELAND)
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July 16, 2007
Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley (R) and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond face the media...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Northern Ireland First Minister Paisley and Scottish First Minister Salmond face the media before the...
Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley (R) and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond face the media before the British Irish Council summit meeting at Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 16, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Cooper (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 09, 2007
Northern Ireland's new first minister Ian Paisley (L) and deputy first minister Martin McGuinness smile...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Northern Ireland's new first minister Paisley and deputy first minister McGuinness smile after being...
Northern Ireland's new first minister Ian Paisley (L) and deputy first minister Martin McGuinness smile after being sworn in at a ceremony at Stormont, Belfast May 8, 2007. REUTERS/Paul Faith/Pool (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 08, 2007
Democratic Unionist leader Ian Paisley addresses the media as he arrives with his wife Eileen at Stormont's...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Democratic Unionist leader Paisley arrives at Stormont's Parliament Buildings in Belfast
Democratic Unionist leader Ian Paisley addresses the media as he arrives with his wife Eileen at Stormont's Parliament Buildings in Belfast, northern Ireland, May 8, 2007. Hardline Protestant cleric Paisley and Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness will be sworn in as heads of the government in the British province that has been battling to cement political stability since a 1998 peace accord that largely ended 30 years of conflict that killed 3,600 people. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 08, 2007
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) poses with Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley (C)...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Blair poses with leaders at Stormont's Parliament Buildings in Belfast
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) poses with Northern Ireland's First Minister Ian Paisley (C) and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinnes (L) as they leave Stormont's Parliament Buildings in Belfast, northern Ireland May 8, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 03, 2007
A badge on Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Leader Ian Paisley's lapel is seen as he speaks to journalists...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A badge on Democratic Unionist Party Leader Ian Paisley's lapel is seen as he speaks to journalists outside...
A badge on Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Leader Ian Paisley's lapel is seen as he speaks to journalists outside the Scottish Office in Edinburgh, Scotland, May 3, 2007. Paisley held talks with Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain, and Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness, on the day that the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), the most lethal of Northern Ireland's Protestant paramilitary groups, said it would put its weapons beyond reach and that it would adopt a "non-military" role. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
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May 03, 2007
Martin McGuinness, a leading member of Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein (L), and leader of the Democratic...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley sit next to each other as they meet for talks with Chancellor Gordon...
Martin McGuinness, a leading member of Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein (L), and leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley, sit next to each other as they meet for talks with Chancellor Gordon Brown, Edinburgh May 3, 2007. REUTERS/David Cheskin/Pool (BRITAIN)
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March 26, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams speak to the media...
Belfast, United Kingdom
DUP leader Paisley and Sinn Fein leader Adams speak to the media during a news conference in Northern...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams speak to the media during a news conference at the Stormont parliament buildings in Northern Ireland March 26, 2007. Northern Ireland's main Protestant and Catholic parties agreed on Monday to start sharing power on May 8 after their leaders put aside decades of hostility to hold a historic first meeting. REUTERS/Paul Faith/Pool (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 26, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams speak to the media...
Belfast, United Kingdom
DUP leader Paisley and Sinn Fein leader Adams speak to the media during a news conference at the Stormont...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams speak to the media during a news conference at the Stormont parliament buildings in Northern Ireland March 26, 2007. Northern Ireland's main Protestant and Catholic parties agreed on Monday to start sharing power on May 8 after their leaders put aside decades of hostility to hold a historic first meeting. REUTERS/Paul Faith/Pool (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 22, 2007
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown (unseen) meets with Sinn Fein's leader Gerry Adams...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown meets with Sinn Fein's leader Adams and Democratic Unionist...
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown (unseen) meets with Sinn Fein's leader Gerry Adams (R) and Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L), to discuss a financing package designed to ease the way to a power-sharing deal before the March 26 deadline, inside 11 Downing Street, central London March 22, 2007. Northern Ireland's leading Protestant and Catholic politicians held a rare joint meeting on Thursday with Brown as London seeks to persuade them to share power over the province. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
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March 08, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley gestures as he visits the count centre in Ballymena, northern...
Ballymena, United Kingdom
Democratic Unionist Party leader Paisley gestures as he visits the count centre in Ballymena, northern...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley gestures as he visits the count centre in Ballymena, northern Ireland March 8, 2007. Northern Ireland took a step towards restoring a government shared between Protestants and Catholics as it counted votes on Thursday from an election for a new provincial assembly. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 07, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley talks to the media as he leaves a polling station after...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Democratic Unionist Party leader Paisley talks to media as he leaves a polling station after casting...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley talks to the media as he leaves a polling station after placing his vote in the Northern Ireland Assembly elections in east Belfast, March 7, 2007. Northern Ireland voted on Wednesday in an election that could allow the return of a government shared between Protestants and Catholics and help cement a lasting political settlement after decades of conflict. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 08, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley arrives at the count centre in Ballymena, northern Ireland,...
Ballymena, United Kingdom
Democratic Unionist Party leader Paisley visits the count centre in Ballymena, northern Ireland
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley arrives at the count centre in Ballymena, northern Ireland, March 8, 2007. Northern Ireland took a step towards restoring a government shared between Protestants and Catholics as it counted votes on Thursday from an election for a new provincial assembly. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 08, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley arrives at the count centre in Ballymena, northern Ireland,...
Ballymena, United Kingdom
Democratic Unionist Party leader Paisley visits the count centre in Ballymena, northern Ireland
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley arrives at the count centre in Ballymena, northern Ireland, March 8, 2007. Northern Ireland took a step towards restoring a government shared between Protestants and Catholics as it counted votes on Thursday from an election for a new provincial assembly. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 09, 2007
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and Britain's Secretary of State...
Ballymena, United Kingdom
DUP leader Paisley and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Hain leave the Calgorm hotel in Ballymena...
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and Britain's Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Peter Hain leave following their meeting at the Calgorm hotel in Ballymena, Northern Ireland March 9, 2007. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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March 07, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (C) and his wife Eileen (R) leave a polling station after...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Democratic Unionist Party leader Paisley and his wife leave a polling station after voting in the Assembly...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (C) and his wife Eileen (R) leave a polling station after placing their votes in the Northern Ireland Assembly elections in east Belfast, March 7, 2007. Northern Ireland voted on Wednesday in an election that could allow the return of a government shared between Protestants and Catholics and help cement a lasting political settlement after decades of conflict. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (NORTHERN IRELAND)
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May 11, 2005
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley (C) addresses a news conference...
London, UK
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley (C) addresses a news confer.....
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley (C) addresses a news conference as he arrives with recently elected Members of Parliament at the House of Commons in London May 11, 2005. [The DUP, who are hostile to the idea of power sharing with Sinn Fein won a total of nine Westminster seats in Britain's general election May 6.]
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December 06, 2004
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Ian Paisley speaks to journalists as he leaves Downing Street...
London, UK
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Paisley speaks to journalists in Downing Street London.
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Ian Paisley speaks to journalists as he leaves Downing Street in London December 6, 2004. Protestant calls for photographic proof of Irish Republican Army disarmament could sink efforts to secure a lasting settlement in Northern Ireland, the Catholic guerrilla group's political ally Sinn Fein said on Monday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/MD
BRITAIN POLITICS
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October 03, 2006
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Ian Paisley listens to speeches on the third day of the annual...
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Paisley listens to speeches on third day of annual Conservative Party conference in Bournemouth
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Ian Paisley listens to speeches on the third day of the annual Conservative Party conference in Bournemouth, southern England October 3, 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
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May 06, 2005
Democratic Unionist Party leader Simpson is held aloft in the Upper Bann constituency following the UK...
Banbridge, UK
Democratic Unionist Party leader Simpson is held aloft in the Upper Bann constituency following the UK...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Simpson is held aloft in the Upper Bann constituency following the UK general election, in Banbridge. Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader David Simpson (2nd L) is held aloft as Ian Paisley (R) cheers on after defeating Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) leader David Trimble (not in picture) in the Upper Bann constituency following the UK general election, in Banbridge, May 6, 2005. Nobel laureate and former Northern Ireland first minister Trimble lost his seat in the British parliament in election results declared on Friday. The leader of the moderate UUP was defeated by local politician Simpson of the hardline DUP in his Upper Bann constituency, southwest of Belfast.
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May 11, 2005
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley (C) poses with recently elected...
London, UK
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley (C) poses with recently ele.....
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley (C) poses with recently elected Members of Parliament outside the House of Commons in London May 11, 2005. [The DUP, who are hostile to the idea of power sharing with Sinn Fein won a total of nine Westminster seats in Britain's general election May 6.]
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December 08, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley holds up a copy of a Belfast newspaper with the headline...
Belfast, UK
DUP leader Ian Paisley holds newspaper in east Belfast.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley holds up a copy of a Belfast newspaper with the headline 'Provos Say No', referring to the Provisional Irish Republican Army, in east Belfast, December 8, 2004. A major push to seal a political settlement for the turbulent British province of Northern Ireland stalled at the last moment on Wednesday over demands for photographic evidence of IRA guerrillas scrapping their arms. Protestant leaders led by Paisley are demanding the Catholic insurgents allow proof of disarmament to show "repentance" for three decades of conflict. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/CRB
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December 08, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (R) speaks to the media after meeting with retired Canadian...
Belfast, UK
DUP leader Ian Paisley speaks to media after meeting General de Chastelain in east Belfast.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (R) speaks to the media after meeting with retired Canadian General John de Chastelain, the head of Northern Ireland's independent disarmament body, in east Belfast, December 8, 2004. A major push to seal a political settlement for the turbulent British province of Northern Ireland stalled at the last moment on Wednesday over demands for photographic evidence of IRA guerrillas scrapping their arms. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/CRB
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December 14, 2004
The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Ian Paisley arrives at the official residence of Britain's...
London, UK
Leader of the DUP Paisley arrives at the official residence of Britain's PM Blair in London.
The leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Ian Paisley arrives at the official residence of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair in Downing Street, London December 14, 2004. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/MD
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December 06, 2004
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Ian Paisley (C) speaks to the media as he leaves Downing Street...
London, UK
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Paisley speaks to journalists in Downing Street London.
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Ian Paisley (C) speaks to the media as he leaves Downing Street in London December 6, 2004. Protestant calls for photographic proof of Irish Republican Army disarmament could sink efforts to secure a lasting settlement in Northern Ireland, the Catholic guerrilla group's political ally Sinn Fein said on Monday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/MD
BRITAIN
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November 30, 2004
Leader of Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley address the media as he arrives at Downing Street...
London, UK
Leader of Democratic Unionist Party Paisley arrives in London for talks with Britain's Prime Minister...
Leader of Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Ian Paisley address the media as he arrives at Downing Street in London for talks with Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, November 30, 2004. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/RUS/JV
BRITAIN
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November 24, 2004
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Union Party, Ian Paisley, talks to the media after meeting Britain's...
London, UK
Leader of the DUP Ian Paisley talks to the media in Downing Street in London.
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Union Party, Ian Paisley, talks to the media after meeting Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair in Downing Street, London, for talks on the Northern Ireland peace process, November 24, 2004. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA
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November 24, 2004
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Union Party, Ian Paisley, talks to the media after meeting Britain's...
London, UK
Leader of the DUP Ian Paisley talks to the media in Downing Street in London.
Leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Union Party, Ian Paisley, talks to the media after meeting Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair in Downing Street, London, for talks on the Northern Ireland peace process, November 24, 2004. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA
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June 14, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) celebrates with his newly elected MEP Jim Allister (R)...
Belfast, United Kingdom
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST PARTY LEADER PAISLEY CELEBRATES WITH HIS NEWLY ELECTED MEP ALLISTER IN BELFAST.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) celebrates with his newly elected MEP Jim Allister (R) at the count in the Kings Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland, June 14, 2004. Allister topped the poll in the European elections in Northern Ireland. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/JD/JV
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May 08, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Ian Paisley (R) stands with his wife Eileen before giving a speech...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DUP LEADER PAISLEY IS JOINED BY HIS WIFE EILEEN DURING HIS PARTY'S ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN BELFAST.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Ian Paisley (R) stands with his wife Eileen before giving a speech at his party's annual conference in south Belfast, Northern Ireland, May 8, 2004. Paisley pledged on Saturday to enter into talks with Sinn Fein, once all IRA (Irish Republican Army) weapons are destroyed. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD/AA
IRISH
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May 08, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Ian Paisley (R) stands with his wife Eileen before giving a speech...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DUP LEADER PAISLEY IS JOINED BY HIS WIFE EILEEN DURING PART CONFERENCE IN BELFAST.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Ian Paisley (R) stands with his wife Eileen before giving a speech at his party's annual conference in south Belfast, Northern Ireland, May 8, 2004. Northern Ireland's hardline Protestant leader Ian Paisley vowed on Saturday never to talk to the Irish Republican Army's (IRA) political ally Sinn Fein until all the Catholic guerrilla group's weapons were destroyed. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD/SM
IRISH
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February 06, 2004
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley shows the document detailing his party's plans for devolution...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST PARTY LEADER PAISLEY SHOWS HIS PARTY'S PLAN FOR DEVOLUTION IN BELFAST.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley shows the document detailing his party's plans for devolution at a news conference in Belfast, February 6, 2004. Northern Ireland's hardline protestant leader Paisley unveiled on Friday, his Democratic Unionist party's plan to radically re-write the province's 1998 Good Friday peace agreement and revive home rule in Belfast. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/RUS
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February 03, 2004
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (L) looks past Martin McGuinness (2nd L) towards the Democratic Unionist...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SINN FEIN PRESIDENT ADAMS LOOKS OVER TOWARDS DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST PARTY LEADER PAISLEY DURING TALKS IN...
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams (L) looks past Martin McGuinness (2nd L) towards the Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (R) prior to the start of the review of the Ireland's 1998 Good Friday peace agreement at Stormont Parliament Buildings, Belfast, February 3, 2004. The deal was signed on April 10, 1998, Good Friday after marathon talks involving the province's political parties and the British and Irish governments. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/RUS/ACM
IRISH
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November 27, 2003
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley (R) talks with
his son Ian Paisley Junior (L)...
Ballymoney, UK
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST LEADER PAISLEY TALKS WITH HIS SON PAISLEY JUNIOR IN
BALLEYMONEY NORTHERN IRELAND....
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley (R) talks with
his son Ian Paisley Junior (L) at the count for the elections to the
Northern Ireland powersharing assembly in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland,
November 27, 2003. Hardliners on both sides of Northern Ireland's
sectarian divide did well in this week's election in the province, a
poll on Thursday showed, clouding prospects of a quick return to home
rule. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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November 27, 2003
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley (R) grabs the
jacket of TV reporter Ivan Litttle...
Ballymoney, UK
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST LEADER PAISLEY GRABS TV REPORTERS JACKET IN
INTERVIEW NORTHERN IRELAND.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley (R) grabs the
jacket of TV reporter Ivan Litttle during an interview at the Northern
Ireland Assembly Election count in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland,
November 27, 2003. Hardliners on both sides of Northern Ireland's
sectarian divide did well in this week's election in the province, a
poll on Thursday showed, clouding prospects of a quick return to home
rule. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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IRISH ELECTIONS
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November 27, 2003
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley (R) smiles as his
son Ian Paisley junior (L) talks...
Ballymoney, UK
THE DUP'S PAISLEY JUNIOR AND SENIOR TALK TO THE MEDIA IN NORTHERN
IRELAND.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley (R) smiles as his
son Ian Paisley junior (L) talks to reporters at the Northern Ireland
Assembly Election count in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, November 27,
2003. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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IRISH ELECTIONS
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November 27, 2003
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley is seen against a
Union flag as he talks to the...
Ballymoney, UK
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST LEADER PAISLEY TALKS TO THE MEDIA IN NORTHERN
IRELAND.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley is seen against a
Union flag as he talks to the media at the Northern Ireland Assembly
Election count in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, November 27, 2003.
Hardliners on both sides of Northern Ireland's sectarian divide did
well in this week's election in the province, a poll on Thursday
showed, clouding prospects of a quick return to home rule.
REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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November 26, 2003
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley arrives to cast
his vote in the elections to Northern...
Belfast, UK
DUP LEADER PAISLEY ARRIVES TO CAST HIS VOTE IN THE NORTHERN IRELAND
ELECTIONS IN BELFAST.
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Dr Ian Paisley arrives to cast
his vote in the elections to Northern Ireland's powersharing assembly
at a polling station in east Belfast, November 26, 2003. Voting began
in Northern Ireland on Wednesday for an election likely to give gains
to radical Catholic and Protestant parties and further cloud the
British-ruled province's already stalled peace process. REUTERS/Darren
Staples

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November 24, 2003
SINN FEIN PRESIDENT ADAMS IS PRESENTED WITH PHOTOMONTAGE OF HIM AND IAN
PAISLEY DURING VISIT TO COMMUNITY...
Belfast, UK
SINN FEIN PRESIDENT ADAMS IS PRESENTED WITH PHOTOMONTAGE OF HIM AND IAN
PAISLEY DURING VISIT TO ...
SINN FEIN PRESIDENT ADAMS IS PRESENTED WITH PHOTOMONTAGE OF HIM AND IAN
PAISLEY DURING VISIT TO COMMUNITY CENTRE.
IRISH
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October 30, 2003
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley speaks at the launch of
his partys election campaign in...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST PARTY LEADER PAISLEY SPEAKS AT LAUNCH OF PARTY
ELECTION CAMPAIGN IN SOUTH BELFAST....
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley speaks at the launch of
his partys election campaign in south Belfast, Northern Ireland,
October 30, 2003 for the forthcoming Northern Ireland elections. The
British government confirmed on Tuesday that elections to Northern
Ireland's

powersharing government would go ahead next month, despite the failure
to end a stand-off between rival parties over guerrilla arms.
REUTERS/Paul McErlane
IRISH
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April 29, 2003
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley waves as he is greeted by
supporters at the launch of his...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST PARTY LEADER PAISLEY WAVES AT THE LAUNCH OF HIS
PARTY'S ELECTION CAMPAIGN.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley waves as he is greeted by
supporters at the launch of his party's election campaign in Belfast
before next month's Northern Ireland Assembly elections, April 29,
2003. The Elections are still expected to take place on May 29, despite
the current problems in the Northern Ireland peace process.

REUTERS/Paul McErlane
IRISH BLOODYSUNDAY
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January 30, 1972
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (C)
followed by a bodyguard, breaks...
Londonderry, UK
NORTHERN IRELAND'S DUP LEADER IAN PAISLEY BREAKS FOR LUNCH AT THE
GUILDHALL SQUARE IN LONDONDERRY.
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (C)
followed by a bodyguard, breaks for lunch at the Bloody Sunday Inquiry
at the Guildhall Square, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, May 8, 2002.
Paisley was due to be questioned by the Saville Inquiry which is
examining the events of January 30, 1972 when 13 civilians were shot
dead by British army soldiers during a civil rights march in
Londonderry. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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BRITAIN IRELAND
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January 30, 1972
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (R),
along with his son Ian Paisley...
Londonderry, UK
NORTHERN IRELAND'S DUP LEADER IAN PAISLEY ADDRESSES THE MEDIA IN
LONDONDERRY.
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (R),
along with his son Ian Paisley junior (L), speaks to the media after
visiting the Bloody Sunday Inquiry at the Guildhall Square in
Londonderry, Northern Ireland, May 8, 2002. Paisley was due to be
questioned by the Saville Inquiry which is examining the events of
Bloody Sunday, January 30, 1972, when 13 civilians were shot dead by
British army soldiers during a civil rights march in the Londonderry.
REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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BRITAIN ELECTION
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May 14, 2001
Northern Ireland Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr. Ian Paisley looks over a copy of his party's election...
Belfast, UK
DEMOCRATIC UNIONIST PARTY LEADER PAISLEY LAUNCHES HIS PARTY'S ELECTION MANIFESTO.
Northern Ireland Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr. Ian Paisley looks over a copy of his party's election manifesto during a news conference in Belfast, May 14, 2001. Northern Ireland's main political parties are stepping up their preparations for a two-pronged campaign ahead of a general election and local government poll on June 7.

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BRITAIN IRISH
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July 02, 1999
A poster in support of Democratic Ulster Unionist Leader Dr Ian Paisley hangs next to a road sign in...
Portadown, UK
AN IAN PAISLEY POSTER HANGS BY A ROAD SIGN IN BELFAST.
A poster in support of Democratic Ulster Unionist Leader Dr Ian Paisley hangs next to a road sign in Belfast July 2. Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are allowing a fifth and final day of talks with all key players to try for a final outcome over the setting up of a new Northern Ireland executive.

AS
IRISH
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June 29, 1999
DUP leader Rev. Ian Paisley speaks to journalists outside Stormont Castle, June 29. Irish Prime Minister...
Belfast, Ireland
DUP'S REVERAND IAN PAISLEY SPEAKS AT STORMONT.
DUP leader Rev. Ian Paisley speaks to journalists outside Stormont Castle, June 29. Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern and Britain's Premier Tony Blair resumed talks with Northern Ireland's divided political leaders amid mounting tension in the province as the deadline for an agreement on disarmament loomed closer.

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BRITAIN-IRISH
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September 14, 1998
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and colleague Peter Robinson listen to opening speeches...
Belfast
IAN PAISLEY AND PETER ROBINSON LISTEN TO SINN FEIN.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (L) and colleague Peter Robinson listen to opening speeches from Sinn Fein during the first day of debating in the new Northern Ireland Assembly chamber at Stormont, September 14.

HP/WS
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July 12, 1998
Leader of the Democratic Unionist party Ian Paisley walks past the burned out house on the Carnany estate...
United Kingdom
IAN PAISLEY WALKS PAST A BURNED OUT HOUSE IN BALLYMONEY.
Leader of the Democratic Unionist party Ian Paisley walks past the burned out house on the Carnany estate in Ballymoney, County Antrim July 12. Three young Catholic children died in the alleged sectarian arson attack earlier this morning.

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July 12, 1998
Leader of the Democratic Unionist party Ian Paisley talks to a local resident outside the burned out...
United Kingdom
IAN PAISLEY TALKS TO A LOCAL RESIDENT IN BALLYMONEY.
Leader of the Democratic Unionist party Ian Paisley talks to a local resident outside the burned out house on the Carnany estate in Ballymoney, County Antrim July 12. Three young Catholic children died in the alleged sectarian arson attack earlier this morning.

KD/ME
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April 07, 1997
Ulster Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr Ian Paisley (C), flanked by candidates Peter Robinson (L)...
United Kingdom
DR IAN PAILEY LAUNCHES HIS PARTY'S MANIFESTO
Ulster Democratic Unionist Party leader Dr Ian Paisley (C), flanked by candidates Peter Robinson (L) and Nigel Dodds address journalists at the launch of his party's manifesto April 7. The Ulster Democratic Unionists currently hold three seats in the British parliament.

BRITAIN ELECTION
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July 09, 1998
Democratic Unionist Leader The Reverend Ian Paisley (L) shouts at a journalist following a press conference...
United Kingdom
DUP LEADER IAN PAISLEY SHOUTS AT A JOURNALIST IN LONDON.
Democratic Unionist Leader The Reverend Ian Paisley (L) shouts at a journalist following a press conference in Whitehall July 9. Orange Order officials met with Prime Minister Tony Blair to discuss the stand-off at Garvaghy Road in Portadown.

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