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Foster and Robinson to attend Martin McGuinness’s funeral

DUP leader Arlene Foster and her predecessor Peter Robinson are to attend the funeral of Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness in Londonderry today.

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Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness (left) and Gerry Adams.

On eve of McGuinness’s funeral, Adams delivers talks ultimatum

Before Martin McGuinness has even been buried, Gerry Adams has explicitly hardened Sinn Fein’s position on the negotiations to resurrect power-sharing.

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Martin McGuinness earned a raft of small convictions in the 1980s

Martin McGuinness’s criminal convictions revealed

The book ‘Martin McGuinness: From Guns To Government’ gives a long list of McGuinness’s convictions.

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Jeffrey Donaldson MP

Ulster MP told to ‘get on ground’ as police swoop to halt attacker

DUP MP Sir Jeffrey Donaldson said he was told to “get to the ground” after hearing a loud bang from the area where police shot an attacker at Westminster on Wednesday.

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Allister: Attempt to kill police shows folly of ‘lauding terrorists’

Allister: Attempt to kill police shows folly of ‘lauding terrorists’

An attempt to kill three police officers in Tyrone on Tuesday evening is a reminder that anyone involved in terrorism should never be “lauded as a statesman,” Jim Allister has said.

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Dick Spring, Ireland 2023 Oversight Board, during a press conference at The Merrion Hotel

RUGBY: IRFU chief feels Ireland 2023 would be a Rugby World Cup ‘like no other’

Ireland is in a unique position to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup, according to Irish Rugby Football Union’s chief executive Philip Browne.

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Emergency personnel on Westminster Bridge, close to the Palace of Westminster,

Westminster terror attack: five dead, police officer killed is named

Five people have died and around 40 others have been injured in the Westminster terror attack, Scotland Yard's top anti-terror officer Mark Rowley has confirmed.
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Lurgan captain Charlene Hull.

HOCKEY: Lurgan crowned Ulster Premier League champions

Lurgan were crowned Ulster Premier League champions for the second year in a row after coming from behind to defeat Queen’s University 3-1 and complete back-to-back titles.

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Cannabis was seized in the police searches

£250,000 of cocaine and cannabis seized after police searches

Police have recovered cannabis and cocaine with an estimated street value of £250,000 after searches Newtownabbey, Templepatrick and Bangor.
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Theresa May

PM condemns ‘sick and depraved’ attack on Westminster

Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that four people - including one police officer and the perpetrator - died in today’s “sick and depraved” attack in Westminster.

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Ambulances on Westminster Bridge, London after policeman has been stabbed and his apparent attacker shot by officers in a major security incident at the Houses of Parliament.

How Westminster terror attack unfolded

This is how events unfolded in the Westminster attack:

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Emergency services at the scene in London

Security stepped up in Scotland after London attack

Security has been stepped up at locations in Scotland following the London terror attack.

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Rory McIlroy has got off to a poor start in Austin

GOLF: Rory McIlroy off to poor start in Austin

World number two Rory McIlroy faces an uphill battle to regain the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play title after losing to Soren Kjeldsen in their opening group match in Austin.

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Kathleen Gillespie and her children were held hostage as husband Patsy drove the bomb to Coshquin Army post

Widow of IRA ‘human bomb’ victim has no forgiveness for McGuinness

A widow whose husband was used as a ‘human bomb’ by the IRA has said she has “no forgiveness” in her heart for Martin McGuinness.

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Jim Allister speaking on Wednesday in Stormont

Allister: McGuinness goes to his grave ‘having shown no remorse or regret’

A police officer shot dead in a republican area of Londonderry on March 21, 1988, was just one of the deaths the former deputy first minister Martin McGuinness had deemed “appropriate”.

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Three PSNI officers escape injury in Strabane bomb attack

Three PSNI officers escape injury in Strabane bomb attack

Three police officers escaped injury when their patrol was targeted in an explosive attack.

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Arlene Foster with former deputy first minister Martin McGuinness

Foster to make last-minute decision on attending McGuinness funeral

Arlene Foster by Wednesday evening had not yet stated if she would attend the funeral of her former partner in government at Stormont Martin McGuinness.

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Former first Minister Arlene Foster, signs a book of condolences for Martin McGuinness, as Sinn Fein leader Michelle O'Neill looks on, at the Parliament Buildings in Belfast on Wednesday. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

Blair and Clinton to attend McGuinness funeral

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair and former US President Bill Clinton are both reported to be set to attend the funeral of Martin McGuinness on Thursday in Londonderry.

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Friends' Jack Harte tries to push forward

MEDALLION SHIELD: Royal School Armagh in dreamland after beating Friends at Kingspan Stadium

Royal School Armagh had to survive an avalanche of pressure in the second half to claim their first ever Medallion Shield against Friends in a weather effected game at Kingspan Stadium.

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Clare Howie, third right, with her sister Rachel and other siblings

‘Having a sister with Down’s has enriched our lives’

I cannot pinpoint an exact moment when I realised that my older sister, Rachel, had Down’s syndrome. She was my big sister and I didn’t know any different.

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