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By Jim Gibney (for the irish News)
Long Kesh has been at the centre of the Irish political conflict for
most of its 30 years as a prison. Opened in late 1971 and closed in
2000, 25,000 republican and loyalists were held there, tens of
thousands of relatives visited them, 15,000 prison warders and
thousands of British soldiers detained them.
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