13 year old James McDonnell lives in Belfast. He has his own YouTube channel and posts videos every week. He loves K-pop and dreams of foreign travel. He'd love to visit America, Australia and Germany.
The Good Friday Agreement brought an end to Northern Ireland's "troubles." But the deal failed to offer a blueprint for dealing with a past that casts a shadow over the present, reports Peter Geoghegan from Belfast.
Belfast is the birthplace of the Titanic and a host of other attractions. For years, the Northern Ireland conflict known as "the Troubles" kept visitors at bay. Tourism has picked up since the 1998 peace deal.
Brexit threatens the peace in Northern Ireland, says Jonathan Powell, one of the architects of the peace process. The UK's recent agreement with the EU has not solved the problem of the Irish border, he tells DW.
The British government has said it is preparing to impose a budget on Northern Ireland after its main parties failed to form a power-sharing government. The move has raised concerns that London may impose direct rule.
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