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Irish foreign minister moved from Belfast event over security alert
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Post-Brexit Northern Ireland protocol is legal, says Belfast court
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Poots had been leader of the party for less than a month.
Arlene Foster formally resigns as Northern Ireland's first minister
Arlene Foster formally resigned as first minister on Monday. Paul Givan is set to replace her if Northern Ireland's parties can agree.
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The US calls for calm after more violence in Northern Ireland
The state department spokesman said the Biden administration was "deeply concerned" by the ongoing violence.
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