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In England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Australia, arraignment is the first of eleven stages in a criminal trial, and involves the clerk of the court reading out the indictment.
* 1995 – U. S. President Bill Clinton became the first President to visit Northern Ireland.
Shortly after, 18 British Army soldiers are killed in an ambush near Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland ( see Warrenpoint ambush ).
* 1971 – The Troubles: The British security forces in Northern Ireland launch Operation Demetrius.
* 1922 – Six Irish Catholic civilians are shot and beaten-to-death by a gang of policemen in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
* 1969 – Operation Banner: British troops are deployed in Northern Ireland.
* Adrian Dunbar ( born 1958 ), Northern Ireland actor
* 1998 – Omagh bombing in Northern Ireland, the worst terrorist incident of The Troubles
Several offences of assault exist in Northern Ireland.
The Criminal Justice ( Miscellaneous Provisions ) Act ( Northern Ireland ) 1968 creates the offences of:
under secction 7 ( 1 )( a ), but that section has been superseded by section 66 ( 1 ) of the Police ( Northern Ireland ) Act 1998 ( c. 32 ) which now provides that it is an offence for a person to, amongst other things, assault a constable in the execution of his duty, or a person assisting a constable in the execution of his duty.
* 1969 – Violence erupts after the Apprentice Boys of Derry march in Derry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom resulting in a three-day communal riot known as the Battle of the Bogside.
Jackson's father was born in Carrickfergus, County Antrim, in current-day Northern Ireland, around 1738.
* However, a larger 35ml measure is increasingly used ( and in particular is standard in Northern Ireland ), which contains 1. 4 units of alcohol.
In the United Kingdom, dialects, word use and accents vary not only between England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, but also within them.
* 19 801-Calls to other parts of the Republic of Ireland, Irish mobile numbers and to landlines in Northern Ireland.
* Ash ( band ), a rock band from Northern Ireland
When the office of Lord High Admiral was in commission, as it was for most of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries until it reverted to the Crown, it was exercised by a Board of Admiralty, officially known as the Commissioners for Exercising the Office of Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, & c. ( alternatively of England, Great Britain or the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland depending on the period ).
Other examples include Britannia Bridge over the Menai Strait and Craigavon Bridge in Derry, Northern Ireland.
* United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, a sovereign state in western Europe
In Northern Ireland it was a poor night for the Ulster Unionists, and despite gaining North Down they lost 5 seats behind them.
For example, although the words wee and little are interchangeable in some contexts, wee ( as an adjective ) is almost exclusively written by some people from some parts of northern Britain ( and especially Scotland ) or from Northern Ireland, whereas in Southern England and Wales, little is used predominantly.
Charlton's next England game was his 75th as England beat Northern Ireland ; 2 caps later and he had become England's second most-capped player, behind the veteran Billy Wright, who was approaching his 100th appearance when Charlton was starting out and ended with 105 caps.

Northern and flood
Whereas Southern Rhodesia had seen a flood of fortune-seeking prospectors seeking to set up independent mines, Northern Rhodesia was largely untouched, and this allowed the Company to agree large scale deals with major commercial mining companies.
Floodline covers England, Wales and Scotland but not Northern Ireland, and provides information and advice including property flood-risk checks, flood warnings, and flood preparation advice.
In December 1964, a disastrous flood struck Northern California, and on Christmas Eve, HMM-363 deployed aboard the USS Bennington and rushed northward to the disaster area.
* Second, that if the North Atlantic drift were to shut down, that barrier would fail, releasing a flood of frozen air into the Northern Hemisphere, causing a sudden and drastic temperature shift.
Settlers began to flood into the Midwest and Northern Great Plains in response to the railway companies ' blandishments.
This Christmas flood of 1964 was one of the most disastrous on record in Northern California, but the incomplete dam was able to reduce the peak flow of the Feather River by nearly 40 percent, averting massive amounts of damage.
The Northern Cemetery or ( better known as ) Agecroft Cemetery, was opened on 2 July 1903 by the City of Salford ( outside its then boundaries ) on the flood plain between Langley Road and the River Irwell next to the border with Kersal.
Also, LRB has performed in support of campaigns to Say No to Drugs, Save Motherhood Project ( Organized by Northern Light ), and Victims Against Non-violence. In 1998 Ayub bachchu released a Single album ' Bachao Bidhata ' for the aid of the flood stricken people of the country.
In 1923, Northern Bengal suffered a flood which made millions of people homeless and hungry.
The Riisa flood area is formed in such a way ; with a surface area covering 175 square kilometres at its largest, it is the biggest regularly flooded area in Estonia and whole Northern Europe.
Owing to the low-lying plains near the area, the flood spread very quickly throughout Northern China, covering an estimated, swamping agricultural settlements and commercial centers.

Northern and risk
* Independent Safeguarding Authority, a body created in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to help prevent those who pose a known risk from working with children and vulnerable adults
The Adige in Northern Italy was provided with an underground canal that allows to drain part of its flow into the Garda Lake ( in the Po drainage basin ), thus lessening the risk of estuarine floods.
Abortion in Northern Ireland is only legal in exceptional circumstances where the life of the pregnant woman is at immediate risk and if there is a long term or permanent risk to her physical or mental health.
The FSA ignored warning signals from Northern Rock building society and continued to allow the bank to operate without a risk mitigation programme for months before the bank's collapse.
Another study found that the risk of predation for a bird targeted by a Eurasian Sparrowhawk or Northern Goshawk increased 25-fold if the prey was infected with the blood parasite Leucocytozoon, and birds with avian malaria were 16 times more likely to be killed.
However a firearm certificate for a personal protection weapon will only be authorised where the Police Service of Northern Ireland deems there is a ‘ verifiable specific risk ’ to the life of an individual and that the possession of a firearm is a reasonable, proportionate and necessary measure to protect their life.
Although the mortgages were sold under Northern Rock's brand through intermediaries, the risk was being underwritten by Lehman Brothers.
As a result of Pemberton's abrasive personality, his public statement that if he had to make the choice he would abandon the area rather than risk the loss of his outnumbered army, and the distrust of his Northern birth, the governors of both states in his Department petitioned Confederate President Jefferson Davis for his removal.
There is no right to a trial without jury ( except during the troubles in Northern Ireland or in the case where there is a significant risk of jury-tampering, such as organised crime cases, when a judge or judges presided without a jury ).
Northern Rock suffered from funding liquidity risk in September 2007 following the subprime crisis.
A member of the paper's management was later told by the Police Service of Northern Ireland that he was at risk of attack by loyalist paramilitaries.
Members of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, however, do routinely carry firearms due to the nature of the increased risk of armed violence.

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