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The Secretary of State James Brokenshire has repeated his belief
that new inquiries into killings during the Troubles
are "disproportionately" focused on the police and the army.
Writing in the Sunday Telegraph he said it was "clear" that
investigations into around three thousand two hundred
James broken shire became the first secretary of state to attend the
match last night. -- James Brokenshire. Today his focus was on
the troubled past and how it should be dealt with. He says it is clear
the current focus is disproportionately on those who
worked fully state. He added the vast majority of police and Armed
Forces served with great courage and distinction. His comments come after
a week in which the lord Chief Justice and the director of
prosecutions in Northern Ireland denied prioritising troubles in
cases in which the state is being held to account. Just over 300
killings by the army are being reinvestigated. Two former soldiers
are facing prosecution for murder and others could follow. The
Secretary of State's remarks came hours after this March in London
yesterday by ex-soldiers, protesting against investigations into killings
by the Army during the Troubles. The SDLP have described his comments as
troubling, saying there is a need the wishes of victims prevail -- the
needs. Sinn Fein see Mr James Brokenshire is defending the
indefensible. -- say. A man has died following a one car
crash yesterday afternoon in county Armagh on the Castleblaney
road near Keady. A viable pipe bomb's been discovered
in Londonderry following a security Residents of Airheart Park were out
of their homes for much of yesterday while police and army bomb
experts examined the area. Carl Frampton has lost
to Leo Santa Cruz in his defence of his WBA featherweight title
in Las Vegas. The Belfast boxer was narrowly
defeated on a points decision in their rematch in the first loss
of his professional career. BBC Newsline's
Thomas Kane was there. And here is the new... It was
another thrilling contest between these fighters. Frampton was very
gracious in defeat, admitting he felt his opponent deserved the
victory. The focus turned to another immediate rematch, with the Belfast
boxer leaving the bout should take place this summer in his home city.
Obviously I am very disappointed. It was a good fight. I think we have
had 24 runs of each other and they have all been competitive rounds. --
rounds. It is one - all now and if there is any positive out of this,
we have to make it a trilogy. It has to happen again. Leo is it renders
fighter and congratulations to the new champion. -- a tremendous
fighter. I have come to the States twice now and he said he would do it
in Belfast the third time. I hope you is a man of his word. He can
come and stay in my house if he wants and we can get it on for a
third time. Will you be willing to come to Belfast? I am a man of my
word and I know it is going to be inconvenient for me to go to Belfast
but I am a man of my word. I will go up there and fight the fight. I will
speak to my manager and they have to decide and come to an agreement. If
I sit yes now, they are going to make me go over there but. Due to
see that being your next fight? # Do you see that being your next
fight? We will make it a third time and it will be a good fight. This
rivalry has captured the imagination of the boxing world. It trilogy
makes sense for both parties. -- a trilogy.
And at the Dr McKenna cup final Tyrone were the winners,
beating Derry 2-13 to 1-7 in their sixth straight
Colm Cavanagh and Peter Harte grabbed a goal in either half
for Tyrone, with Niall Loughlin finding the net late on for
Tyrone led 1-7 to 0-2 at half-time, then Harte netted
a penalty in the 58th minute after Ronan O'Neill was fouled.
The Red Hands hit 1-6 without reply in the second half,
until Derry's Loughlin hit an injury-time goal,
which wasn't enough to stop Tyrone lifting the cup again.
I think sometimes when you are scoring, it's a different
reflection. We need to be more clinical upfront.
As we go into the new week, more weather coming in from the Atlantic.
Some dry and bright gaps but when they come along, rain and windy at
times. With the wind is coming in from the south, it is not going to
be as cold. A cold one today but already we are going through a
transition. The cloud is moving in. We hold onto that cloud and bits and
pieces of rain affecting many parts as we go through this evening and
into tonight. Mist and Fog as well. Frost three and temperatures of five
Celsius. We start a new week on a cloudy node. Damp weather around.
The breeze will be picking up as well. We will find the drizzle eases
off in the morning. More to come. More rain wishing in through the
Republic of Ireland. Clearing in early fog. Driest across Scotland
and the east of England. The ear is cold. When you get the cloud and
rain moving in, temperatures into double figures. -- the air is cold.
Further rain moving its way in. The temperatures are well up on today.
11 Celsius. As we go through the rest of the week, a band of
slow-moving rain moving through tomorrow night. Tuesday, drier and
brighter. More showery rain to come from midweek onwards and those when
speaking up as well, especially from Thursday. -- wins.
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