Adams detention and release aggravate both sides of N.Irish divide
BELFAST - The arrest of Irish nationalist leader Gerry Adams by police investigating a 1972 murder and his subsequent release have aggravated both the Catholic and Protestant communities in Northern Ireland, just as the divisive "marching season" begins.
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