BBC News NI in pictures: October to December 2018

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image captionOctober: Gerry Adams publishes The Negotiators' Cook Book, 20 years after the Good Friday Agreement. The former Sinn Féin leader says it contains recipes with "some of the best-kept secrets" of the 1998 peace process.
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image captionFormer United States first lady and 2016 presidential candidate Hilary Clinton receives an honorary degree at Queen's University in Belfast.
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image captionThe arrival of Storm Callum brings amber warnings for wind, causing a number of trees to fall and flights to be cancelled.
image captionTens of thousands of people line the streets of Londonderry for the annual Halloween parade and fireworks display.
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image captionNovember: A centenary Armistice Day service takes place at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast. It was one of many events held across Northern Ireland to mark 100 years since the end of fighting in World War One.
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image captionHeavy rain brings flooding to parts of counties Antrim and Down.
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image captionStorm Diana arrives in Northern Ireland, causing waves to crash over vehicles along coastal roads. The storm, named by the IPMA Portuguese weather service, brings strong winds and heavy rain.
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image captionDecember: More than 1,000 people queue outside the new Primark store in Belfast for its opening in early December.