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Posing for a class photo outside Queen's University Belfast, Tuesday, April 10th, 2018. <br />
Isabel Jennings (Queen’s University Belfast), Professor James McElnay (Queen’s University Belfast), Monica McWilliams, Seamus Mallon, former Taoiseach Mr Bertie Ahern, Senator George J. Mitchell, Gerry Adams, Mark Durkan and Professor Ian Greer (incoming Vice Chancellor of Queen’s University Belfast.) <br />
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Peter Robinson, Professor Richard English (Queen’s University Belfast), Jonathan Powell, Lord John Alderdice, Lord David Trimble, Sir Reg Empey, Paul Murphy, Professor Hastings Donnan (Queen’s University Belfast) and James O’Kane (Queen’s University Belfast). Tuesday marks 20 years since politicians from Northern Ireland and the British and Irish governments agreed what became known as the Good Friday Agreement. It was the culmination of a peace process which sought to end 30 years of the Troubles. Two decades on, the Northern Ireland Assembly is suspended in a bitter atmosphere between the two main parties. Photo/Paul McErlane