Northern Ireland deadlock amid Irish language dispute

Power has been shared in Belfast between pro-British unionists and Irish republicans who want Ireland to be one nation.

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    Power has been shared in Belfast between pro-British unionists and Irish republicans who want Ireland to be one nation.

    But the Belfast parliament has been frozen for almost a year by disagreements, with the Irish language now central to the divisions.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Belfast.


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