David Black murder attracts widespread condemnation
There has been widespread condemnation of those responsible for the murder of a prison officer in County Armagh.
David Black, 52, was attacked on the M1 motorway as he travelled to Maghaberry Prison in County Antrim.
Mr Black was a very experienced prison officer who had served throughout the Troubles.
The first and deputy first ministers condemned the killing in a joint news conference.
Prime Minister David Cameron said it was a dreadful tragedy for Mr Black's family, while the PSNI Chief Constable has said the murder was completely senseless.
BBC Newsline's Chris Page reports.