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Charlie Flanagan sees chance to deal with legacy issues 'once and for all'

A chance to resolve divisive legacy issues "once and for all" will arise over the next few days, Irish foreign affairs minister Charlie Flanagan has said.

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Northern Ireland will see lowest growth in UK in 2017 and 2018, PwC forecasts

Northern Ireland is forecast to have the lowest growth among UK regions this year and next.

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Sinn Fein accuses minister of blocking families' access to justice

The British Government has been accused of delaying a deal on addressing the legacy of the conflict as Northern Ireland negotiations reach a critical stage.

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Gerry Adams: Sinn Fein opposed to extension of powersharing deadline

Sinn Fein has insisted there can be no extension to the looming deadline to restore powersharing at Stormont.

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Man arrested over Strabane explosive attack aimed at police patrol

A man has been arrested after three police officers escaped injury when their patrol was targeted in an explosive attack.

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Derry City captain Ryan McBride was a Trojan warrior, manager tells funeral

Derry City football captain Ryan McBride was a Trojan warrior, his manager has said.

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Two held in Dublin over PSNI officer bomb bid in 2015

Two men have been arrested in the Irish Republic over the attempted murder of a policeman in Northern Ireland in 2015.

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Unionist estate respectful after Martin McGuinness death, says community worker

Most residents at the unionist Fountain housing estate in Londonderry are respectful following Martin McGuinness's death, a community worker said.

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Finish the peace building of Martin McGuinness, Bill Clinton urges mourners

Former US president Bill Clinton has told mourners at Martin McGuinness's funeral to finish the peace building work he began.

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Bloody Sunday bereaved urges adoption of Martin McGuinness' peace process mantle

A man whose brother was shot dead by British soldiers on Bloody Sunday has urged others to adopt Martin McGuinness's peace process mantle.

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Police officers escape injury in Co Tyrone explosive device attack

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

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McGuinness a 'political father figure' to successor Michelle O'Neill

Martin McGuinness was like a father figure to his successor Michelle O'Neill, a long-standing friend and party colleague has said.

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Funeral of Derry City's captain Ryan McBride to be held

The funeral of Derry City football captain Ryan McBride will be held later.

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Prison officer arrested in drugs supply probe

A prison officer suspected of supplying drugs has been arrested in Northern Ireland.

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Political leaders pay tribute to Martin McGuinness's role in peace process

Political leaders at Westminster and Belfast have paid tribute to Martin McGuinness's contribution to the peace process as preparations intensified for a huge funeral in his native Londonderry.

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McGuinness made unlikely journey from 'terrorist' to peacemaker

Once described as "Britain's number one terrorist", Martin McGuinness left his past behind to become one of the major players in Northern Ireland's peace process.

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Movie star Jane Fonda paid surprise visit to Martin McGuinness during Troubles

During the height of the Northern Ireland Troubles, Martin McGuinness had an unusual supporter - Hollywood star Jane Fonda.

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Spring could bring Arctic snow and ice, Met Office warns

An Arctic blast could bring snow, hail and storm-force winds on the first official day of spring.

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How Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley forged an unlikely friendship

From sworn enemies to the "Chuckle Brothers", Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley became Northern Ireland's most unlikely double act.

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Historic moment as Martin McGuinness and the Queen shook hands

The handshake lasted mere seconds, but it was a moment of historic significance when Martin McGuinness and the Queen first shook hands.

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