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16 October 2014
A State Apart

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A State Apart, the interactive chronicle covering the 30 years of the conflict in Northern Ireland, is currently being updated and should be available as a broadband site in 2007. In the mean time, you can explore the elements of the Good Friday Agreement from Learn more about the Good Friday Agreement policing to decommissioning using academic and newspaper articles, interviews, text and video.
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Explore the elements of the Good Friday Agreement from policing to decommissioning using academic and newspaper articles, interviews, text and video.
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Explore the conflict from the Civil Rights marches to the Good Friday Agreement through articles, video footage, audio clips and photographs.
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Refresh your knowledge of NI events from Terence O'Neill's rule through to the Anglo-Irish Agreement.
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Experience the human cost of the Troubles by listening to the words of the people most affected.
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Find out more about William III - Britain's least loved and least understood King.Read our exclusive reports and discover the truth!
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The 1916 Easter Rising transformed the political landscape in Ireland. Read about events leading up to the Insurrection itself and its aftermath, through essays, photographs, sounds and newspapers from the period.
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