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Michelle O'Neill (center, left) and Mary Lou McDonald -- the vice president and president, respectively, of the Irish political party Sinn Fein -- speak to reporters on May 07, 2022, after the results of Northern Ireland's legislative election were announced.
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Police officers stand guard as pro-British loyalists protest against the Northern Ireland Protocol at Belfast Harbour on July 3, 2021.
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