hundreds of people came to Belfast: Many mourners have thought of almost a week ago, killed a Northern Irish journalist McKee - including leading politicians from the UK and Ireland.
The sympathy was great: The funeral ceremony for the killed journalist Lyra McKee traveled with leaders from great Britain and Northern Ireland in Belfast. In addition to the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, came out of Ireland head of government Leo Varadkar and the Irish President Michael D. Higgins in St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast.
Huge condolences at the funeral ceremony for the killed journalist, Mc Kee in St. Anne's Church in Belfast.
Ireland's head of government, Leo Varadkar (left), the British Prime Minister in May, and the Irish President Higgins took part in the ceremony
Also head of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn and the heads of the two major parties in Northern Ireland, the Protestant DUP and the Catholic Sinn, McKee, the last honor. As well as numerous journalists. In front of the Church had gathered hundreds of people. You clapped as the coffin was carried into the Church.
The 29-Year-old was shot dead last Thursday evening in violent clashes in the city of Londonderry. She was in a group of people in the vicinity of police vehicles, she met a bullet in the head.
McKees family described the slain journalist in a statement as "a clever, strong-willed, woman who have a passion for believed on the part of all justice and truth".