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13 Aug 2023
Dissident groups claim to have information about police officers following the incident. Authorities are advising officers how to deal with the risk.
15 Apr 2023
Molotov cocktails were thrown at police cars as riots broke out in Northern Ireland ahead of a visit by US President Joe Biden.
12 Apr 2023
US President Joe Biden is set to deliver a keynote speech at the University of Ulster in the Northern Irish capital, Belfast. Later, he travels to the Republic for a meeting with officials and his own distant relatives.
5 Mar 2023
The British prime minister rushed to Northern Ireland a day after his EU agreement to tout the country as "the world's most exciting economic zone." But he needs to convince the unionist DUP to back the agreement.

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