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Hard-liners dominate N. Ireland voting

Hard-liners raced ahead Thursday in an election to decide who will control the Northern Ireland Assembly — and hold the key to revived power-sharing in this British territory. The Protestants of the Democratic Unionists and the Catholics of Sinn Fein appeared on course to strengthen their hold over each side of the assembly. Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams and the Democratic Unionist leader Ian Paisley and his deputy, Peter Robinson, were among the first to win easy re-election. Full Story

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