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  1. Updates for Monday 23 May 2016
  2. Youth still questioned over murder of 24-year-old man in Londonderry
  3. The father of a teenager killed by a drunk driver challenges politicians to change law on sentencing
  4. Golfer Rory McIlroy seals an Irish Open win at the K Club
  5. Picture: Drumlough Lake, Rathfriland, County Down (by David Scott)

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  2. First Minister side steps abortion protest

    About a dozen protesters have held a demonstration against First Minister Arlene Foster's stance on abortion in Northern Ireland.

    Arlene Foster

    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.

  3. Irish Premiership: Haveron quits as Carrick Rangers boss

    Gary Haveron has resigned as manager of Premiership side Carrick Rangers after a controversial end to the season.

    Gary Hevron

    Rangers avoided relegation by finishing 10th but the club was later charged for failing to implement Haveron's touchline ban against Dungannnon.

  4. Tyrone woman jailed for not revealing husband's IS plans

    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.

    Lorna Jane
  5. Man jailed for assaulting nurse and porter

    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.

    South Western Hospital

    Jason Magerr, of Carnmore Lodge, Cornagrade, Enniskillen, was also ordered to pay a £500 fine.

  6. Migrant crisis: Irish naval vessel LÉ Róisín rescues 274 people

    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.

    Irish Defence Forces

    The LÉ Róisín crew brought the migrants on board on Monday morning. They were about 39 nautical miles (22.2km) north-west of Tripoli.