N. Ireland The IRA claims responsibilty for the bombing of a British military base in Northern Ireland -- the worst terrorist act in the region in two years. Noah talks with Henry McDonald, who is a Northern Ireland correspondent with the Sunday Times, about British reaction to the blast as well as what the bombing will mean for future peace efforts.
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The IRA claims responsibilty for the bombing of a British military base in Northern Ireland — the worst terrorist act in the region in two years. Noah talks with Henry McDonald, who is a Northern Ireland correspondent with the Sunday Times, about British reaction to the blast as well as what the bombing will mean for future peace efforts.