CS Monitor Weekly, May 10, 2014 (cover date May 19)
Arrest of Sinn Féin leader recalls ‘the Troubles.’ Could it restart them?
By Jason Walsh, Corespondent—THE ARREST OF IRISH REPUBLICAN leader Gerry Adams pushed Northern Ireland’s nearly three decades of ‘the Troubles’ back to the fore. The Sinn Féin leader was questioned about the 1972 murder of suspected British informer Jean McConville, a widowed mother of 10. He was released – but some worry any further legal action could disturb a stoic peace that has prevailed since the 1998 signing of the Good Friday Agreement.
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