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Summary

  1. Updates for Monday 14 December 2015
  2. Parents' devastation over son's killing
  3. Murder charge after death of woman
  4. Police release name of crash victim

Live Reporting

By Fiona Murray and Ciaran McCauley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    That's all from us on BBC News NI Live for today. We hope you'll join us when we return tomorrow at 07:00 bringing you all the latest news, weather, traffic and sport.

  2. Statistics show rise in domestic violence at Christmas

    A total of190 domestic violence incidents were reported to policein Northern Ireland over Christmas Day and Boxing Day last year.

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    The statistics have been highlighted by the PSNI as part of its Christmas campaign against domestic violence.

  3. Suspected bomb parts found near border

    The Irish Army's bomb disposal team has been called to examine suspected bomb parts found near the Irish border in a dissident republican investigation.

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    Police have discovered ammunition and items they believe to be component parts of improvised explosive devices at Jenkinstown, County Louth.

  4. 'Come to us before we come to you'

    Detectives investigating the murder of Christopher Meli in west Belfast at the weekend have told witnesses "come to us before we come to you".

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    Christopher, 20, was discovered on Saturday in the Twinbrook estate.A post mortem examination revealed he died of multiple head injuries.

    Det Chief Insp Richard Campbell says: "It is only a matter of time before detectives identify everyone who was there and I am appealing for those people to come forward now."

    To date there have been five arrests in relation to the murder.

  5. McGuigan angered by Harte's comments

    Former Tyrone panellist Shay McGuigan has responded to comments from Mickey Harte about players who left the Red Hand football squad last summer, saying they'd been "a bit of a drain on the energy of the group".

    Shay McGuigan's brothers Brian and Tommy have played for Tyrone

    McGuigan was among five players who quit the Tyrone squad shortly before this year's championshi.

    McGuigan tweeted on Monday that Harte's comments had made his "blood boil".

  6. Arrest in connection with republican funeral

    A 53-year-old man has been arrested by detectives investigating offences committed at thewake and funeral of Peggy O'Harain Derry in July.

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    He was taken to the serious crime suite at Musgrave police station for questioning.

  7. Victims optimistic agreement on agencies can be reached

    Victims of the Troubles have said they are more optimistic agreement can be reached on new agencies to examine the past.

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    The Victims' Forum held discussions with Secretary of State Theresa Villiers. The recent inter-party talks did not bring an agreement on legacy issues.

  8. Football coach is unsung hero

    St James Swifts football coach Damien Lindsay wins the Northern Ireland BBC Get Inspired Unsung Hero award for 2015.

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    Damien, who is praised by Joseph McCall and Dan Kilifin, formed the west Belfast club, which has helped to tackle anti-social behaviour in the area.