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Britain, Ireland give N. Ireland ultimatum

The prime ministers of Britain and Ireland returned to Belfast on Thursday to deliver an ultimatum to Northern Ireland’s divided Protestant and Catholic parties: Revive power-sharing by a November deadline — or lose the governments’ backing for the project. Tony Blair and Irish counterpart Bertie Ahern arrived together at Stormont Parliamentary Building for talks with parties that, for 3 1/2 years, have failed to restore the Catholic-Protestant administration at the heart of Northern Ireland’s Good Friday peace accord of 1998. Full Story

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