Owen Bowcott

Ireland Correspondent for the Guardian

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Ireland Correspondent for the Guardian newspaper

Owen Bowcott on KCRW

In Belfast, Northern Ireland today, a joint news conference many thought never would happen.  They did not shake hands--but Ian Paisley of the Protestant  Democratic Unionist Party …

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In Belfast, Northern Ireland today, a joint news conference many thought never would happen.  They did not shake hands--but Ian Paisley of the Protestant Democratic Unionist Party …

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