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  1. Updates for Wednesday 30 November 2016

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  1. Goodnight!

    That's all from BBC News NI Live for today - we'll be back again at 7am tomorrow for more updates on news, sport, travel and weather.   

  2. Ohio attack: Footballer describes 'surreal' attack

    A former Irish League footballer has said he is lucky not to have been caught up in a US University attack that left 11 people injured.

    Niall Logue

    Niall Logue, a former Institute FC player from Londonderry, is on a soccer scholarship at the Ohio State University.

    He was in a classroom "four buildings away" from the attack on Monday.

  3. Dogs 'drowned, beaten and dumped in river'

    Three dogs found dumped in a river in Banbridge, County Down are thought to have been beaten and drowned.

    drowned dog

    A source told the USPCA: "It's possible the dogs were pitted against badgers in a so-called 'chute' and have 'turned away' from the badgers.

    "Dogs that do that are considered to be of no use and are often disposed of in ruthless fashion."