Detectives arrested two men, aged 24 and 25, yesterday morning.
Detectives in the North have charged a 38-year-old man with a number of offences including rape and threats to kill.
A 40-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Ian Ogle in Belfast.
Bikers are holding a protest in London today against the prosecution of a British soldier over Bloody Sunday.
Jeremy Corbyn said it is right that members of the Armed Forces are held to account for incidents during the Troubles after a British soldier was charged with murder over Bloody Sunday.
The Irish Government has said its thoughts "are with the families of those who were killed and injured" by the Bloody Sunday shootings after just one of 16 soldiers were told they face criminal charges over what happened.
British Secretary for Northern Ireland Karen Bradley is facing calls for her to resign after she said killings by the British army and police during the Troubles were “not crimes”.
Double killer Colin Howell has been questioned by police about a new claim of sexual assault.
Online comments posted by a juror in the Ulster rugby rape trial are being investigated by the North’s attorney general.
Two Romanian crime gang members operating a UK-wide human trafficking network in Northern Ireland have been imprisoned.
Medical staff in Northern Ireland who refer women to hospitals in the rest of the UK for abortions will not face prosecution, the Director of Public Prosecutions in the North has said.
A man arrested in connection with an IRA bomb attack that killed a Catholic nun and three police officers in the North has been released pending a report to prosecutors.
A man has been arrested in connection with an IRA bomb attack that killed a Catholic nun and three police officers in Northern Ireland.
Theresa May defended the independence of prosecutors considering charging 18 British soldiers over involvement in the Bloody Sunday shootings in Derry.
Prosecutors in the North are considering appealing against the sentences of a couple convicted of sexually abusing a mentally disordered woman while holding her captive for eight years.
A 40-year-old man who was questioned by police in connection with the death of a prison officer in Belfast last year has been released.
A prosecutorial decision on a man whose palm print was allegedly found on a getaway vehicle used in the Kingsmill massacre is set to be announced within two weeks, a coroner has been told.
Two former British soldiers are to be prosecuted for allegedly murdering an Official IRA man in the North.
Police in the North have seized more than £3.3m worth of drugs in eight weeks.
A 45-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a prison officer in the North.
A teenager and a pensioner who allegedly went joyriding in a fire engine before smashing into cars and houses have been charged with a string of offences in connection with the incident.
Revenge porn is to become a criminal offence carrying a penalty of up to two years in prison in the North.
A 37-year-old man set to be prosecuted for the murder of a Belfast mother-of-three has been detained in Dublin on a European arrest warrant.
Investigations into dozens of youngsters considered for prosecution in the North over indecent images of children have been halted, prosecutors said.
A man has been arrested in the North over the murder of a father attacked at barbecue nine years ago.
The murder of a mother of three was wicked and obscene, mourners at her funeral service in the North have heard.
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams could still be charged in relation to the abduction and murder of mother of 10 Jean McConville.
The PSNI were not politically motivated when they said Gerry Adams should not be prosecuted for allegedly withholding information about his paedophile brother, a watchdog has found.
The north’s Director of Public Prosecutions has apologised to three women who accused an alleged IRA member of abusing them as children, after a damning report criticised how his prosecution was handled.
Five people have been arrested by police probing racist and sectarian hate crime in Belfast since Tuesday evening.
Gardaí delayed handing over mobile phone evidence to the team prosecuting a man for the Omagh bombing, a lawyer told a court yesterday.
A police file on a teenager arrested on suspicion of the manslaughter of a fellow school pupil in a playground incident is to be sent to prosecutors for assessment.
The trial of a man accused of murdering 29 people in the Omagh bombing will go ahead, a prosecutor said.
Army bomb experts have made safe a viable device sent to the headquarters of the North’s police service.
The first pieces of wreckage of flight MH17 which was downed over Ukraine last summer have arrived in the Netherlands for examination by crash investigators.
An independent review into the handling of Mairia Cahill's rape allegations has started in Belfast.
Seven men are due in court charged with what police in the North have described as “significant and serious terrorist offences”.
Three cases linked to alleged rape of a Belfast woman and subsequent IRA cover-up are to be reviewed by a top human rights lawyer, the Public Prosecution Service has said.
Three criminal cases linked to the alleged rape of a Belfast woman who insists the republican movement covered up her claims are to be independently reviewed, the Public Prosecution Service has announced.
A pro-life campaigner has denied cackling like a witch in a bid to intimidate the director of the North’s first abortion clinic, a court has heard.
A rogue DJ who cancelled numerous wedding bookings by falsely claiming his father had died has escaped serving a prison sentence.
One of the daughters of Jean McConville has said she is prepared to risk her life by revealing the identities of the 12 people she believes are responsible for her mother’s death more than 40 years ago.
Islamic representatives in the North have welcomed a public apology from an evangelical preacher who sparked controversy when he said he did not trust Muslims.
Northern Ireland’s chief constable has said criticism of his force’s arrest of Gerry Adams was unfair and inappropriate.
Gerry Adams has been warned of a "credible" death threat, Sinn Féin has said.
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