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    News 27.11.2004 04:00 UTC

    Bush calls Northern Ireland's Paisley
    US President George W. Bush is using his influence to try to break a deadlock in the Northern Ireland peace process. He's called Protestant DUP leader Ian Paisley to encourage him to meet with Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams on the Catholic side, to complete a deal that would restore the province's government. Bush is expected to speak to Adams on Saturday. Bush's predecessor, Bill Clinton, helped broker the 1998 Good Friday peace accord that set up the power-sharing government in Belfast. Britain suspended home rule two years ago, after a breakdown of trust between Protestant and Catholic lawmakers. The two sides are considering a new plan presented to them by British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern earlier this month.
 
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