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Tuesday, July 13, 1999 Published at 04:19 GMT 05:19 UK


Key events since the Good Friday Agreement
BBC News Online looks at the main events since the Good Friday Agreement.
Splinter groups threaten peace
The two loyalist splinter groups banned by Secretary of State Mo Mowlam may be small but they still pose a real danger.
Punishment beatings: A grip of fear
BBC Ireland Correspondent Denis Murray explains the background to the so-called punishment beatings that have for decades been an integral part of the troubles in Northern Ireland.
LVF link to Red Hand terrorists
The renegade Red Hand Defenders have been linked to the Loyalist Volunteer Force.
The long search for peace
This is not the first time the search for peace in Northern Ireland has been recognised by The Nobel Institute.
Two centuries of tradition
The tradition goes back 191 years, but why is the church of Drumcree in Portadown such a focal point for sectarian tension?
Inside the Orange Order
The Orange Order, also known as the Loyal Orange Institution, is the largest Protestant organisation in Northern Ireland.
Continuity IRA - the struggle goes on?
Continuity IRA is the only Republican paramilitary group in Northern Ireland not to have declared a ceasefire, but its commitment to continuing a campaign of violence is in doubt.
Northern Ireland facts and figures
A profile of Northern Ireland
A fond farewell to Northern Ireland
The BBC's Mark Devonport looks back on his time in Northern Ireland and hazards a guess about what the future might bring.
The Good Friday Agreement in full
An index to the agreement reached in the multi-party negotiations on the future of Northern Ireland.



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