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Five people are injured in a crash in County Tyrone, with three of them taken to hospital in Belfast. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Mayo hand Tyrone a comprehensive 2-13 to 0-10 defeat at Omagh as Monaghan and Cavan are also beaten in Division One of the Football League. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Caolan Mooney scores five minutes into injury time to earn Down a dramatic two-point win over Sligo in National League Division Three. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Men were armed with poles and some threw shopping baskets and a fire extinguisher. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Derry comfortably see off London with a 0-19 to 1-9 win at Ballinascreen to make it two wins from two in National League Division Four. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
But Simon Coveney has reiterated that "the EU will not renegotiate the withdrawal agreement". Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Police said there were "community tensions" in the area before a crowd of more than 200 gathered. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
There are calls for legislation to be passed to reclassify housing associations as private bodies. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
The spectacular story of Cyril Lord, the colourful entrepreneur who brought jobs and glamour to NI. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
How cake, candles and a cartoon helped Eamon de Valera free Ireland from British rule. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
CJ Stander, Devin Toner and Keith Earls are doubts for Ireland's Six Nations game against Scotland after picking up knocks in the defeat by England. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Ireland's Joe Schmidt says his side were left "physically and emotionally bruised" by a 32-20 defeat to England in Dublin. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Rory Best says he has "no doubts" that Ireland will respond from an opening-weekend defeat at the hands of England. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Irish police say the operation is "targeting the activities of dissident republican groups". Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Apple's Jade claims her 10th Grade One victory at Leopardstown to increase speculation she will go for the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland
Large diggers were used to break into the structure housing the cash machines in both incidents. Source: BBC News Northern Ireland

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