Is Brexit threatening peace in Northern Ireland
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Take Belfast 'Troubles' taxi tour

Since the Good Friday agreement was signed in 1998, marking the end of 30 years of conflict in Northern Ireland, relationships between Catholics and Protestants have improved.

But in some areas, peace walls are still in use to separate the two communities.

These walls have now become an attraction for tourists visiting Belfast.

Video by Helene Daouphars

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