The key facts behind the day's headlines on April 10 as Northern Ireland's deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill voiced her concern that the violence of recent days will continue throughout the weekend.
Sinn Fein deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill wishes Arlene Foster well following the DUP leader's resignation.Mrs Foster will stand down as party leader on May 28 and as First Minister at the end of June after bowing to a major internal heave against her.
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Sinn Fein Vice President Michelle O'Neill wishes Arlene Foster and her family well, in a statement following her resignation as DUP leader and First Minister. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
It all kicked off between Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill on Thursday as Stormont’s leaders joined a girls’ football training session in Cookstown.The First Minister and deputy First Minister both hit the net as they took part in a kickabout with teams from Mid Ulster Ladies FC.
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Northern Ireland will move out of lockdown restrictions faster than planned, if possible, the First Minister has said. Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill visited the Mid Ulster Sports Arena to see young people playing sport in Co Tyrone.
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Patsy Mullan visits the grave of his brother Fr Hugh Mullan in Portaferry, Northern Ireland, on the eve of the publication of the findings of the Ballymurphy inquests. Fr Mullan was among 10 people shot dead in west Belfast 50 years ago in August 1971.Findings will be published on May 11 following fresh inquests into the fatal shootings in disputed circumstances involving the Army in west Belfast 50 years ago.
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India received Covid-19 medical aid from the United Kingdom on May 9. The flight carrying oxygen generators and ventilators landed in Delhi. The United Kingdom sent 3 oxygen generators and 1,000 ventilators. Following the delivery, the Ministry of External Affairs expressed gratitude to the UK. Each generator has the capacity to produce 500 litres of O2/min, enough to treat 50 people at a time. UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab had said, "The UK is sending surplus oxygen generators from Northern Ireland to India. This life-saving equipment will support the country's hospitals as they care for vulnerable Covid patients." Watch the full video for more.
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The key facts behind the day's headlines on May 9 after the Prime Minister invited SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon for crisis talks on the Union after the First Minister warned he would be standing in the..
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