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David Young and Ed Carty, Press Association
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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.


'Emoji translation' of The Bible goes on sale

'Emoji translation' of The Bible goes on sale
Faith Matters

THE Bible is already one of the most widely translated texts in history, and now it has been given a modern update for millennials – by being translated into emoji.



  • Detectives have arrested loyalist Winkie Rea in connection with the murders of John Devine 1989 and John O’Hara 1991, based on Boston tapes
  • 'Ecstasy making a comeback among young people,' says EU drug agency
  • Lost Coleraine pup reunited with owners
  • Facebook might be listening to your real life conversations.
  • #Belfast broken down blue / white double decker bus on Broadway r`bout outside lane after Westlink on slip (Broadway -> Donegall Rd) (14:45)
  • Apple to be sued over its use of Wi-Fi technology
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    Ever wonder what "may the force be with you" is in Irish? Check out @DisneyLucasfilm ad #WildAtlanticWay #statwars
  • Roman Polanski extradition drive revived by Poland's justice minister

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Roy Hodgson makes room for Marcus Rashford in Euros squad

Roy Hodgson makes room for Marcus Rashford in Euros squad

EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford is heading to Euro 2016 after Roy Hodgson decided to cut Andros Townsend and Danny Drinkwater from the England squad.
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