Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams, left, and Martin McGuinness speak to the media at Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)
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The leaders of Northern Ireland's Irish nationalist and British unionist communities clinched a deal to prevent its power-sharing administration from collapsing, the British and Irish governments said Tuesday.Mainly Catholic Irish nationalists and mainly Protestant unionists are obliged to share power under a 1998 peace deal that ended decades of violence, but disagreements have paralyzed lawmaking in recent years and the administration was brought to the brink in September.The 1998 power-sharing deal ended three decades of tit-for-tat killings between Catholic Irish nationalists, who want the province to unite with Ireland, and Protestant unionists, who want to remain part of the United Kingdom, that left 3,600 dead.
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