Irish News
David Young and Ed Carty, Press Association
Northern Ireland news

TWO men have been arrested by the UK's National Crime Agency in a fraud investigation linked to the biggest property deal ever in Northern Ireland. Searches were carried out in Co Down in connection with the inquiry into the controversial £1.2 billion sale of assets and property owned by Ireland's "bad bank", the National Assets Management Agency (Nama), to US investment firm Cerberus.




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