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Two migrants found in the back of a lorry on a Northampton industrial estate have been taken to A&E for treatment, Northampton General Hospital has said.
A number of migrants were found in the back of a lorry on the Brackmills Industrial Estate.
Local reports suggest seven migrants were inside the lorry.
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has told ITV News there was "no basis" for his arrest in connection with the IRA murder of Jean McConville.Read the full story ›
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Twenty-five people have been arrested after a security operation to tackle those accessing online images of child abuse in Northern Ireland.Read the full story ›
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has challenged political rivals making claims about Sinn Fein links to criminality to "put up or shut up".
It comes as cross-party talks got under way in Belfast to save the power sharing administration amid a crisis over an IRA-linked murder.
Sinn Fein's Mr McGuinness said: "Some parties within these negotiations are attempting to give the impression that there's linkage between a party in government - what they mean by that is Sinn Fein - and criminality.
"During the course of this morning's engagement I took those people to task. I told them if anybody has any information whatsoever about any party in government being involved in criminality that they should put it up on the table and, more importantly, they should put it to the PSNI.
"In other words I told them it is now time for them to put up or shut up."
Crunch talks to save Northern Ireland's powersharing political institutions are due to start in Belfast today.Read the full story ›
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader has been discharged from hospital.
Peter Robinson, 66, was admitted to Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital on Saturday as a "precautionary measure" after reacting to medication.
A DUP spokesman said he would be fit enough to attend crucial talks to resolve the political crisis engulfing the powersharing political institutions at Stormont today.
He said: "Mr Robinson expresses his gratitude to the medical staff who treated him so professionally during his short stay in hospital and the ambulance staff who were the first responders."
A man has been arrested in Sunderland in connection with a large weapons haul recovered in Northern Ireland.
The 45-year-old was detained this morning in a joint operation between police in Northern Ireland and Northumbria.
It follows the discovery of a large weapons stash in West Belfast on Friday.