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Northern Ireland / Cease-Fire #757904

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 20, 1997
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(Studio: Linden Soles) Report introduced.

(Belfast, Northern Ireland: Siobhan Darrow) The challenge for the people of Northern Ireland to put aside their animosities as a new IRA {Irish Republican Army} cease-fire begins featured; scenes shown of lists of people who died in sectarian violence, displayed at Clonard’s Catholic Church. [WOMAN – says she hopes it lasts.] [Clonard’s Church Father Gerry REYNOLDS†- speaks of putting an end to the political violence that led to so many deaths.] [Parishioner “JIM” – says it will be hard for both sides.] [Victim’s father Laurence MARTIN†- says he forgives the killers of his daughter.]

Soles, Linden;
Darrow, Siobhan

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