Bill Clinton concludes Derry visit

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Bill Clinton has described his involvement in the Northern Ireland peace process as one of the greatest honours of his life.
The former US President has met with the North’s political and business leaders in Derry today as part of a visit aimed at promoting US investment in the region.
He’ll travel on to Dublin this evening to officially open the Clinton Institute for American studies at UCD.
He told an audience in Derry that the North is held up as an example in other areas in conflict:


Meanwhile speaking after his meeting with Bill Clinton –  Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness said he was delighted that Mr. Clinton has such an interest in the North:

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