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Troubling times told by those who witnessed them

We all know about the troubles, or think we do. Everyone the world over has some sort of opinion of how the troubles started or who was at fault. As someone who was born in the midst of the chaos, this particular reviewer, when asked about the troubles always explains it as different versions of the same truth. That is to say that each person who lived through the troubles will have experienced the events from a certain point of view and that particular point of view isn't necessarily wrong, it's simply the version that that particular person has come to think of as the truth given their own unique set of circumstances. That is not to say that everyone doesn't come with their own particular set of prejudices but it is up to the interested and impartial observer to listen to each point of view and make up their own mind. Among those observers, who often put themselves in harm's way in order that you the public were informed of events, were the journalists and reporters who reported on the numerous tragic events so for this to happen.

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