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President Barack Obama to meet the people of Belf...
President Barack Obama to meet the people of Belfast before G8 summit By Claire Cromie and Lesley-Anne McKeown – 10 May 2013 A statement said: "He will engage with the people of Northern Ireland and...
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HMS Caroline to become 'floating museum'
... claiming victory. Six years after the war ended, HMS Caroline was moved from Portsmouth to Belfast to become a training vessel for local Royal Navy Reserves. Most of the rest of the fleet...
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Belfast after the Troubles
... Shankill Estate, a public housing complex in a predominantly Protestant neighborhood. Many in Belfast say their communities have yet to reap the economic benefits of peace. (Corinne...
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Europe's emigration museums a wealth of family in...
... New World. For those who want to take a closer look at this exodus, visit Europe's emigration museums, which chronicle the flood of departures in the 19th and 20th centuries. If you have...
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Maze site revamp to create 5,000 jobs
Libeskind oversaw the erection of the 9/11 Ground Zero memorial in New York and the Jewish Museum in Berlin. The future of the Maze site has been a controversial one, with some unionists...
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Lesley Riddoch: Happy birthday to Belfast
Belfast is 400 years old this week – but the city has fewer obvious reasons to celebrate than a century back, when the loss of the “unsinkable” Titanic delivered a massive blow to morale. Economic...
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10 Things to do in Ireland
... Dunloe or hikes along The Kerry Way and Killarney National Park, each experience is unique. 3. Titanic Belfast Of the 3,500 ships built in Belfast, perhaps the most popular is the Titanic. At...
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Belfast’s political “Troubles” increasingly a tou...
Belfast’s political “Troubles” increasingly a tourism attractionOne a liability Ireland’s violent past has now become a pull for hundreds of thousands of vacationers every year Inside a Black Cab...
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