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Northern Ireland / Peace Talks #405195

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 28, 1996
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) Report introduced.

(London: Rob Reynolds) Agreement between British Prime Minister John Major and Irish Prime Minister John Bruton on a rescue package for the Northern Ireland peace process examined; scenes shown of the London bus that was blown up by an IRA (Irish Republican Army) bomb. [MAJOR - admits the terrorism has been a setback.] [BRUTON - says a firm date for all-party negotiations has been set for June 10.] [Ulster Unionist Party David TRIMBLE, Sinn Fein negotiator Martin McGUINNESS, political analyst John BARNES, BRUTON - comment on the peace process.] The issues that will first be discussed in proximity talks outlined.

Bowker, Hilary;
Reynolds, Rob

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