19 years after the end of the Troubles, a wall still separates the Catholic and Protestant sections of Belfast. Distrust on both sides runs deep. Many Northern Irish are worried Brexit could spark new conflicts.
"Soldier F" is to be charged over one of the most notorious cases from the Troubles: the killings of 13 unarmed Catholic demonstrators in Londonderry. There was insufficient evidence to charge a further 16 soldiers.
Trimble, who won the Nobel Prize for his role in the Good Friday Agreement, said he would mount a legal fight against the Irish backstop. The Chief EU negotiator said the measure remained the "only solution" for Brexit.
Twenty-five years after the death of his wife, Alan McBride continues to preach reconciliation in Northern Ireland. But Brexit and a hard border threaten to undo peace. Louise Osborne and Jennifer Collins report.
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.
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