Two decades after peace pact, reconciliation still lags in Northern Ireland

Nearly 20 years ago this week, the Good Friday Agreement brought an end to almost three decades of violence between Catholic and Protestant factions in Northern Ireland, known as the ‘Troubles,’ that killed 3,500 people. But for many, it has been an uneasy peace. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Kira Kay explores what the peace agreement achieved and what remains unsolved in the region.