Despite the Sinn Féin's violent past, Adams says 'There's never, ever a military solution.'
On a somber St. Patrick's Day, Belfast carries on as extremists try to end a decade of calm.
Protestants and Catholics unify in vigils to protest the violence.
Ireland unites in protest against violence as police begin crackdown on dissident groups.
Irish politicians from all sides reject any backsliding toward violence.
British and Irish leaders condemned the shootings of the two British soldiers, who were bound for Afghanistan.
Protests and anger grow as 'Celtic Tiger's' economy takes nosedive.
Colleagues ask: If the former Northern Ireland peacemaker can't do it, who can?