Obama on NI peace process: 'Still much work to do'


President Obama has praised the peace process in Northern Ireland, saying that when peace was achieved "it gave the world hope".

Addressing students at Belfast's Waterfront Hall, he said: "There are still wounds that haven't healed... walls that still stand and still many miles to go."

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