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Northern Ireland / Terrorism #99961

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 14, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Belfast, North Ireland: John Laurence) Symbolism of bricklayer Dominic Bell's continual repair of wall separating Catholics from Protestants in Belfast noted; scenes shown. [Secretary state Tom KING - regrets wall's necessity.] Incr. Protestant violence over Anglo-Irish agreement regarding North Ireland's government discussed. [Reverend Ian PAISLEY - opposes agreement.] [PROTESTANT - fears Catholic rule.] [Catholic leader John HUME - remains optimistic over new structure.] Agreement's impact on security forces described. [N. Ireland police chief Sir John HERMON - notes contd. terrorist threats against police.] Murder of ofr. Derrick Patterson this week cited as example; details given.

Jennings, Peter;
Laurence, John

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