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Northern Ireland struggles to heal deep fracture

BELFAST (Reuters) - When U.S. President Barack Obama visited Northern Ireland before the G8 summit in June, he hailed its extraordinary progress in the 15 years since a peace agreement to end three decades of what locals call "The Troubles". Full story

Northern Ireland parliament recalled as violence continues

BELFAST (Reuters) - Protestant youths hurled petrol bombs at police in Northern Ireland, wounding at least 27 officers in a fourth night of protests over restrictions on traditional marches, as the White House expressed "deep concern" about the violence. Full story

Petrol bombs, bricks thrown in third night of N.Irish violence

BELFAST (Reuters) - Rioters threw petrol bombs, bricks, bottles and fireworks at police in a third night of violence in Northern Ireland around traditional Protestant marches, wounding one officer early on Monday. Full story

Northern Ireland violence flares for second day

BELFAST (Reuters) - Violence flared for a second night around traditional Orange Day parades in Northern Ireland, with police coming under attack from petrol bombs, fireworks, stones and bottles and responding with water cannon. Full story

Police injured, 11 arrests in Northern Ireland Orange clashes

BELFAST (Reuters) - More than 30 police officers were injured and 11 people arrested during overnight violence around traditional Orange Day parades in Northern Ireland, authorities said on Saturday. Full story

Violence flares around Northern Ireland marches

BELFAST (Reuters) - Protestant marchers in Belfast threw objects at police, who responded with water cannon as Northern Ireland's annual parade season descended into violence on Friday. Full story

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Five decades after John F. Kennedy visited the Brandenburg Gate, President Obama will address U.S.-Germany relations in the same historic location. The President recently wrapped up a trip to Northern Ireland where he attended the G-8 summit. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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CNBC's Steve Sedgwick has the latest details from Northern Ireland on the gathering of the world's top political leaders.

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CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports the latest details from the G-8 talks in Northern Ireland, as world leaders meet to discuss how to resolve the issue of increasing global economic growth.

  Michelle Obama greeted with cheers in N. Ireland

While US President Barack Obama discusses world issues with world leaders at the G8 Summit in Northern Ireland, his wife and daughters find out more about their family history. ITN’s Sangetta Kandola reports.

  G8 meeting sharpens focus on austerity, fake shops

Jared Bernstein, senior fellow at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, joins Martin Bashir to discuss how the G8 meeting in Northern Ireland is a chance to compare recession report cards – Europe’s austerity versus United States’ stimulus --and visit fake storefronts to give the appearance of

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