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Handshake signals new Irish dawn?

<b>BELFAST. </b>Peter Robinson, who has temporarily stood down asNorthern Ireland’s first minister over a family scandal, has shakenhands with his deputy, Martin McGuinness, marking a possible thawbetween the former foes.<p></p>

BELFAST. Peter Robinson, who has temporarily stood down as Northern Ireland’s first minister over a family scandal, has shaken hands with his deputy, Martin McGuinness, marking a possible thaw between the former foes. Robinson told the Sunday Times that McGuinness, of Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein, extended his hand on hearing that Robinson’s wife tried to kill herself after having an affair.