Northern Ireland

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A combined operation by the Police Service of Northern Ireland and the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has seen 25 people arrested on child pornography charges. The two agencies are working together in "Operation Jarra" to crack down on those accessing indecent images of children on the Internet.

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Northern Ireland secretary Theresa Villiers MP Urgent talks between the five main political parties in the Northern Ireland Assembly to resolve NI's political crisis will begin today.

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Northern Ireland secretary Theresa Villiers The secretary of state for Northern Ireland has said "serious consideration" should be given to the re-establishment of a body along the lines of the Independent Monitoring Commission (IMC).

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Facebook has settled out of court after a father in Northern Ireland took the social media giant to court for failing to enforce its age restrictions, enabling a man to contact his daughter, then 11, and exchange photos with her “of a sexual nature”. The girl set up numerous accounts to contact

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A total of 259 alleged sexual offences in schools across Northern Ireland were reported in 2012-15, according to a BBC investigation into school-based sex crimes. The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) did not provide a breakdown of the types of sexual offences, but confirmed that 237 of the

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Cllr Drew Thompson Lawyers are assessing the impact on the city's unionist population of renaming Londonderry, following Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) moves to overturn a council motion.

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A blind athlete who suffered a serious spinal injury in a 25-foot fall from a window in a friends' house has successfully won a claim for compensation. Mark Pollock, 39, originally from Co Down in Northern Ireland, took Enda and Madeline Cahill, of Oxfordshire, to court after he suffered a life-alte

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Northern Ireland's next Victims' Commissioner will be announced in the next few days, according to the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister. The post has been vacant for over a year.

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Three men have been convicted of planning to murder two former leaders of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) in Scotland. A nine-week trial at the High Court in Glasgow ended with convictions for Antoin Duffy, 39, his cousin Martin Hughes, 36, and Paul Sands, 32.

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