20 years after Good Friday Agreement, Northern Ireland faces uncertain future
On April 10, 1998, the Good Friday Agreement was signed in Belfast, putting an end to three decades of bloodshed in Northern Ireland. Twenty years on, peace is a reality on the streets. But divisions remain and Belfast has been without a devolved government for the past 15 months. Meanwhile, Brexit has called the political stability of the 1998 deal into question. Our correspondents Herve Amoric and Steve O'Reilly report.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Rebecca Martin and James Vasina.
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