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Corbyn again declines to specifically denounce IRA as terrorists

Jeremy Corbyn has condemned "all acts of violence from wherever they came" during the Troubles in Northern Ireland, but declined to specifically denounce the IRA as terrorists.

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Police officers hurt as stolen camper van rams patrol car

Two police officers have been injured after their car was rammed several times by a stolen camper van.

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Grandmother trapped in hospital 11 weeks over carer shortage finally goes home

A grandmother who was trapped in hospital for 11 weeks because of a chronic shortage of community carers has finally been able to return home.

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British veterans 'abandoned' in bid for justice over IRA attacks

Former British soldiers say they have "hit a brick wall" in their efforts to seek justice for IRA attacks on them during the Northern Ireland Troubles.

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Jeremy Corbyn respected Sinn Fein's democratic mandate - Gerry Adams

Jeremy Corbyn was on the right side of history in supporting Irish republicans, Gerry Adams has said.

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N Ireland was close to agreement on Brexit, Arlene Foster says

Northern Ireland was "very close" to reaching a Brexit agreement before the pausing of talks last month, the Democratic Unionist leader has claimed.

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Sinn Fein urges Irish unity referendum to be held within five years

Sinn Fein has called for an Irish unity referendum within five years.

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We don't want to dig up the animosities of the past, warns Ireland's Ahern

A former Irish premier who helped to end decades of violence in Northern Ireland has warned against digging up old animosities.

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Colleague shrugs off criticism of Jeremy Corbyn's stance on IRA

Jeremy Corbyn's so-called "refusal" to condemn the IRA in a TV interview is a "dead cat", his party's education secretary has said.

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Arlene Foster to say Jeremy Corbyn 'beyond pale' for past support of republicans

Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster will attack Jeremy Corbyn as beyond the "political pale" because of his past support for Irish republicans in a speech on Monday.

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Rescued surfer prepared to go back to sea despite 30-hour ordeal - but not alone

A surfer rescued after more than 30 hours stranded at sea has revealed he may return to the sport.

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Two charged over hijacking and blackmail

Police have charged two men with blackmail and false imprisonment.

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Battle in South Belfast is over Brexit but some voters still victims of past

A man who lost a leg following a booby-trapped bomb attack in South Belfast has urged politicians to establish a special pension for conflict victims before it is too late.

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Police look into drugs link amid death of 15-year-old in Portadown

A 15-year-old girl has died from suspected drug use in Portadown, police said.

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Activists march through Belfast to demand law protecting Irish language

Irish language activists have turned out in strength to march through Belfast, calling for a new law that would protect its use in a range of official settings.

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79-year-old pedestrian dies after being hit by vehicle

A 79-year-old pedestrian has died following a road crash in Belfast.

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Belfast's Sunday Life picks up prestigious newspaper of the year title

Belfast-based Sunday Life has been named the newspaper of the year at the Regional Press Awards.

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Business chiefs say all-Ireland electricity market must be Brexit priority

Protecting the all-Ireland electricity market must be a priority in the upcoming Brexit negotiations, business leaders urged.

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Stabbed man praised for bravery in seeking help for murdered mother

A son who went to the aid of his murdered mother has been praised for his courage during her funeral.

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Belfast City Council drops extended Sunday trading plans

Belfast City Council has dropped plans to extend Sunday trading.

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