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Saturday 22 November 2014

Bill Clinton visits Northern Ireland

Former US President Bill Clinton at Riddel Hall, Queens University. Pic Paul McErlane
Former US President Bill Clinton at Riddel Hall, Queens University. Pic Paul McErlane
Former US President Bill Clinton unveils the plaque at the William J. Clinton Leadership Institute at Riddel Hall, Queens University. Pictured with Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University Professor Patrick Johnston. Pic Paul McErlane
Former US President Bill Clinton waves to the crowd in Guildhall Square
Former US President Bill Clinton poses for a picture in Guildhall Square, Londonderry
Former US President Bill Clinton with musician Phil Coulter at the Guildhall in Londonderry where he paid tribute to former SDLP leader John Hume
Former US President Bill Clinton with former SDLP leader John Hume after he he paid tribute to the peace maker at the Guildhall in Londonderry during his visit to the region
Former US president Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton embraces musician Phil Coulter after speaking to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Musician Phil Coulter preforms before Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Protesters hold placards as Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton in front of the Guildhall with former SDLP leader John Hume and his wife Pat.
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Bill Clinton speaks to the public in front of the Guildhall
Former US President Bill Clinton walks over the Peace Bridge in Derry with former SDLP leader John Hume. Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness - with John and Pat Hume - welcome former US president Bill Clinton to Londonderry
Former US president Bill Clinton pictured with John and Pat Hume as they walk across the Peace Bridge in Londonderry as part of Mr Clinton's visit to the city, hosted by the University of Ulster
Former US President Bill Clinton takes part in a one day visit to Northern Ireland to help launch a new book on peacemaking on behalf of the University of Ulster. Mr Clinton started his visit by walking over the Peace Bridge in Londonderry followed by a reception and speech at the Guildhall. Left to right Pat Hume with her husband and former SDLP leader John Hume and Bill Clinton walk across the Peace Bridge
Former US President Bill Clinton takes part in a one day visit to Northern Ireland to help launch a new book on peacemaking on behalf of the University of Ulster. Mr Clinton started his visit by walking over the Peace Bridge in Londonderry followed by a reception and speech at the Guildhall. Left to right Pat Hume with her husband and former SDLP leader John Hume and Bill Clinton walk across the Peace Bridge
Former US President Bill Clinton takes part in a one day visit to Northern Ireland to help launch a new book on peacemaking on behalf of the University of Ulster. Mr Clinton started his visit by walking over the Peace Bridge in Londonderry followed by a reception and speech at the Guildhall. Left to right Pat Hume with her husband and former SDLP leader John Hume and Bill Clinton walk across the Peace Bridge
Former US President Bill Clinton takes part in a one day visit to Northern Ireland to help launch a new book on peacemaking on behalf of the University of Ulster. Mr Clinton started his visit by walking over the Peace Bridge in Londonderry followed by a reception and speech at the Guildhall. Left to right Pat Hume with her husband and former SDLP leader John Hume and Bill Clinton walk across the Peace Bridge
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 5th March 2014 - Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye. The deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness welcomes President Bill Clinton to Derry. Mr Clinton is also due to visit Belfast, where he will attend the opening of a new department at Queen's University named in his honour. He has previously described working on the Northern Ireland peace process as one of the "great honours" of his life. His last trip to Northern Ireland was in 2010 when he outlined his ideas for building economic prosperity during a visit to Derry.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness welcomes former US president Bill Clinton to Londonderry. Also pictured is Deirdre Heenan, University of Ulster's pro-vice-chancellor
Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness and John Hume welcome former president Bill Clinton to Londonderry
Former US president Bill Clinton and John Hume walk across the Peace Bridge in Londonderry
Former US president Bill Clinton makes a speech paying tribute to former SDLP leader John Hume at the Guildhall in Londonderry

Former US president Bill Clinton has urged the people of Northern Ireland to finish the job of cementing peace.

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