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- Updates for Monday 23 May 2016
- Youth still questioned over murder of 24-year-old man in Londonderry
- The father of a teenager killed by a drunk driver challenges politicians to change law on sentencing
- Golfer Rory McIlroy seals an Irish Open win at the K Club
- Picture: Drumlough Lake, Rathfriland, County Down (by David Scott)
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About a dozen protesters have held a demonstration against First Minister Arlene Foster's stance on abortion in Northern Ireland.Copyright: Pacemaker
Fight 4 Equality chanted slogans as they waited for Mrs Foster at a seminar in Queen's University. She is speaking about Women, Leadership and Peace building and avoided the protest by taking a side entrance into the meeting.
A County Down couple, who foster five boys including two sets of siblings with a range of complex needs, have been praised for their "steadfastness, generosity and big-heartedness".Copyright: BBC
They have been awarded the title of Foster Carers of the Year.
Gary Haveron has resigned as manager of Premiership side Carrick Rangers after a controversial end to the season.Copyright: Press Eye
Rangers avoided relegation by finishing 10th but the club was later charged for failing to implement Haveron's touchline ban against Dungannnon.
Mother-of-three Lorna Moore, who is originally from County Tyrone, has been jailed for two and a half years after failing to tell the authorities her husband was about to join the so-called Islamic State in Syria.Copyright: PA
A 26-year-old man who admitted assaulting a nurse and a porter and destroying equipment at Enniskillen's South West Acute Hospital has been jailed for 16 months.Copyright: BBC
Jason Magerr, of Carnmore Lodge, Cornagrade, Enniskillen, was also ordered to pay a £500 fine.
The 'Tyrone Times' is reporting that the PSNI had to resort to batons and CS spray to restore order after a brawl broke out in Cookstown at the weekend.
An Irish Naval Service vessel has rescued 274 people off the coast of Libya as part of a major operation led by the Italian coastguard.Copyright: BBC
The LÉ Róisín crew brought the migrants on board on Monday morning. They were about 39 nautical miles (22.2km) north-west of Tripoli.