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10/04/1998 Northern Ireland peace deal reached in a historic "Good Friday Agreement"

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The signing of the Good Friday Agreement in April 1998

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N. IRELAND: BELFAST: AGREEMENT REACHED IN MULTI PARTY PEACE TALKS

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N. IRELAND: DAVID TRIMBLE LAUNCHES ATTACK ON REFERENDUM COWARDS

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UK: N. IRELAND: PEACE PROCESS LEADERS ARRIVE

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UK: BELFAST: NORTHERN IRELAND PEACE PROCESS: DEADLOCK

Good Friday Agreement was signed in Belfast, Northern Ireland between Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and the UK. It was approved by voters in two referendums across the island of Ireland. It related mostly to issues of sovereignty, civil and cultural rights, justice and weapon decommissioning.
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    • Essentials 

    • Structure of agreement 

    • Parties and structure of government 

    • Status of Northern Ireland 

    • New institutions 

    • Decommissioning and normalisation 

    • Equality and human rights 

    • Implementation 

    • Comparison to the Sunningdale Agreement 

    • Constitutional relevance