Coleraine man attacked for second time

A Coleraine man who was critically injured in a loyalist mob attack in which his friend, Kevin McDaid, was beaten to death has been attacked a second time.

Damien Fleming, a Catholic, was punched and kicked by two men who got out of a car to attack him on Wednesday night.

Police are treating the incident as sectarian.

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