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Northern Ireland's government is back up and running – here's how it happened and why

Date published - 13/01/2020

Author - Peter John McLoughlin, Lecturer in Politics, Queen's University Belfast

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Mystery China pneumonia outbreak likely caused by new human coronavirus

Date published - 13/01/2020

Author - Connor Bamford, Research Fellow, Virology, Queen's University Belfast

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As protests continue, Lebanon's sectarian power-sharing stalemate must end

Date published - 20/12/2019

Author - Drew Mikhael, Research Fellow in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen's University Belfast and Allison McCulloch, Associate Professor of Political Science, Brandon University

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Vaping makes lung bacteria more harmful and cause more inflammation

Date published - 18/12/2019

Author - Michael Tunney, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, Queen's University Belfast and Deirdre Gilpin, Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, Queen's University Belfast

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Mystery China pneumonia outbreak likely caused by new human coronavirus

More than 50 cases of pneumonia have been reported in Wuhan, eastern China since December last year. Dr Connor Bamford explains the situation and puts it in context of other viruses.

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Date published - 17/01/2020

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What does the ‘New Decade, New Approach’ (NDNA) agreement mean for Northern Ireland’s Brexit?

The new agreement has paved the way for the restoration of the Northern Ireland devolved institutions. Dr Katy Hayward and Professor David Phinnemore explore how it prepares the ground in Northern Ireland for managing Brexit.

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Date published - 16/01/2020

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Nursing the ‘Troubles’: Remembering Northern Ireland’s Past through Unique, Uniting & Undisclosed Narratives

Mitchell Institute PhD student Megan Kelly explores why oral history should and could be used to talk about Northern Ireland’s past with fresh perspective.

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Date published - 16/01/2020

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