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Workmen make repairs to the "peace line," a 25-foot high brick, steel and wire structure separating the city's hard-line nationalist and unionist communities, in west Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Wednesday, April 9, 2008. The peace process in Northern Ireland, the U.K.'s third poorest region, culminated last year with the restoration of the province's power-sharing government and the beginnings of an economic boom. Photographer: Paul McErlane.