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19 police witnesses to testify in civil case brought by Arlene Arkinson sister

Nineteen police witnesses have been called to give evidence in a case brought against Northern Ireland's Chief Constable by the sister of murdered schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson.

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Families should see contents of report into soldier deaths, coroner rules

Information from an Army inquiry into the deaths of two soldiers at a base in Northern Ireland should be disclosed to their families, a coroner ruled.

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Irish government vows to co-operate with Kingsmill massacre inquest

The Irish government has insisted it will not stymie efforts to find closure for Kingsmill massacre victims.

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Large regional cities 'registering sustained house price growth levels'

House price growth in cities in northern England and the Midlands is surging at levels not seen for 12 years, while growth in property values across parts of the South including London has slowed to the weakest rates in five years.

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Fatal shooting of Belfast man by British soldiers in 1971 was 'unjustified'

The fatal shooting of a Belfast man by British soldiers during rioting in 1971 was unjustified, a coroner has ruled.

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Irish language campaigners 'get good hearing from Arlene Foster'

Irish language activists received a good hearing from DUP leader Arlene Foster during a meeting on Thursday, campaigners said.

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Formal Northern Ireland powersharing talks paused until after election

Formal talks to restore Northern Ireland powersharing have been paused until after the General Election.

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US government urges return to powersharing at Stormont

The US administration has urged politicians in Northern Ireland to restore a powersharing government soon after talks resume in June.

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RHI probe will find who was responsible for failings, Sir Patrick vows

A top retired judge has pledged to investigate who was responsible for botching a green energy scheme in Northern Ireland.

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Man in court accused of human trafficking

A self-employed mechanic has been remanded into custody accused of human trafficking.

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Kingsmill relatives threaten to abandon inquest over Republic co-operation

Relatives of some of those killed during the Kingsmill massacre have threatened to pull out of an inquest if legal authorities in the Republic of Ireland do not co-operate.

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Arlene Arkinson family enduring 'exquisite cruelty' with inquest delays

The family of murdered schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson are being forced to endure "exquisite cruelty" because of delays to her inquest, a coroner's court has heard.

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Amnesty activists demonstrate against Trump outside US Consulate in Belfast

A group of human rights campaigners have gathered outside the US Consulate General in Belfast to protest against Donald Trump's actions during his first 100 days in office.

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Peers approve emergency powers to extend Stormont talks on powersharing deal

Emergency powers to give Stormont's rowing political parties more time to strike a powersharing deal have now cleared Parliament.

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Jet2 set to create 50 jobs with expansion of Belfast presence

An expansion of budget airline Jet2's operations at Belfast International Airport is set to create 50 new jobs.

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Family of man shot by British soldiers want body exhumed 45 years later

The family of a man shot dead by the British army at a Christmas dance in Belfast in 1971 has asked a court for permission to exhume his body.

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Pursuit of ex-soldiers over Troubles offences 'a denial of natural justice'

British soldiers who served during the Northern Ireland Troubles should be protected from future prosecutions by a statute of limitations, a Westminster committee has recommended.

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Motorcycle racer dies after crash in Northern Ireland road race

An Italian motorcycle racer injured in a road race in Northern Ireland has died.

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Foster condemns O'Neill appearance at IRA memorial

Arlene Foster has said she is disappointed that Sinn Fein's Stormont leader is attending a commemoration for eight IRA members killed by the SAS in Northern Ireland.

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Conduct of TV licence collectors raises 'concerns' for MPs

Television licence collectors have been attacked for their "poor" performance amid high levels of evasion and plummeting enforcement rates.

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