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Changing face of Irish politics

Latest update : 2007-12-28

Politics in Northern Ireland is no longer just a fight between republicans and unionists, as Chinese-born candidate Anna Lo can attest.

FRANCE 24's Eve Irvine and Franck Berruyer traveled to Northern Ireland to cover historic voting that could lead to the restoration of local rule in the province.

Date created : 2007-03-06

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