FILE - A Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010 photo from files of Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson speaking at the State Department in Washington, DC. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)
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A Northern Ireland hotel was damaged in a bombing late on Thursday that politicians said was an attempt to drag the province back to its bloody past, but there were no injuriesA 1998 peace deal largely ended three decades of violence in Northern Ireland between Protestants who want to remain British and Catholics favouring unification with Ireland, but pockets of division and sporadic violence remain.It was the first attack in Northern Ireland since the bombing of a shopping mall in November and there was no immediate claim of responsibility or explanation of why the hotel was targeted.
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