CS Monitor, May 1, 2014
Irish republican leader Gerry Adams was arrested Wednesday in connection with a 1972 murder. Could it harm the peace process in Northern Ireland, sixteen years after a pact was signed?
By Jason Walsh, Correspondent / May 1, 2014
DUBLIN, IRELAND—The arrest of Gerry Adams, the leader of Irish republican party Sinn Féin, in connection with an unsolved 1972 murder has raised questions about Northern Ireland’s peace process, just weeks away from European elections in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.