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Daughter of a grocer, Thatcher studied chemistry at Oxford before becoming the first woman to be elected as PM.
As tensions escalate on the streets of Belfast, we ask if changing demographics could reignite 'the troubles'.
US secretary of state's visit to Belfast comes a day after a car full of explosives found in the province.
Elizabeth II shakes hands with Northern Ireland's deputy first minister in Belfast, marking milestone in peace process.
Flame for the London Olympics begins symbolic tour of province that would have seemed impossible a generation earlier.
Militant movements, such as the African National Congress, often go through growing pains before societal integration.
Norman Finkelstein's views on the Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement may be somewhat shortsighted.
The former commander still suffers a hostile media and a public unwilling to forgive him for past aggressions.
A resurgence in violence over the past few years 'could re-ignite deep hatred' in a society that is still polarised.
At a conference, former members of violent hate groups often say they joined for a sense of belonging and identity.
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