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Two in Derry have arrested men free

after the death of the journalist Lyra McKee in Northern Ireland arrested men have been released. Charges against the 18 and 19 year old men were not collected, such as the Northern Ireland police announced on Sunday. The young men were taken on the basis of Anti-Terror laws in Derry, fixed and taken for interrogation to a police station, been brought up in Belfast.

On Sunday, the police launched a new appeal for witnesses. "I know that there are people to report the knowledge of what is happening, but are afraid," said Commissioner Jason Murphy. Everyone who had even just a small note, you should notify the investigators.

McKee was shot and killed on Thursday evening on the edge of serious rioting in Derry. The journalist was taken to police sources, a man shot at police officers. The authorities suspect that the para-military group, the New IRA is the fact responsible.

memories and "Bloody Sunday"

The violent death of 29-Year-old brought back memories of the darkest times of the Northern Ireland conflict, in which around 3500 people were killed. In the British province, had, for decades, Irish Catholic nationalists and Protestant loyalists fought.

The city of Derry, the Protestants of Londonderry, was in 1972 the scene of the "Bloody Sunday". At the time, shot British soldiers on unarmed participants in a non-approved Demonstration. 14 people were killed. (chk/AFP)

Created: 22.04.2019, 03:20 PM

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