No-deal Brexit threatens key Ireland border

Failure to reach Brexit deal could cause new territorial dispute between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

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    For the past 20 years, the border between Northern Ireland - a part of the United Kingdom - and the Republic of Ireland has been open.

    Both sides have benefitted economically as members of the European Union, but there are fears that a no-deal Brexit might turn back the clock.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Carlingford Lough on the border between the two countries, which could soon be subject to a new territorial dispute.


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