Elections Jeopardize N. Ireland Peace Process

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Northern Ireland's peace process has been thrown into doubt again after hard-line pro-British and Irish parties defeated their moderate rivals in local government elections. The election results further undermine the power-sharing agreement that was the centerpiece of the 1998 Good Friday peace accord. Maryann Maguire reports.

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