12:23 UK time, Wednesday, 11 December 2013
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The issue of Northern Ireland's troubled past may never be resolved if politicians fail to reach agreement on how to deal with it, warns Alliance MP Naomi Long.
'Independent Bishop' Pat Buckley admits sham marriages charges.
Grants totalling £100,000 are being awarded to projects to help Northern Ireland communities explore their links to the First World War.
A 43-year-old man admits sexually and physically abusing 15-year-old girl over three-year period from April 2006.
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