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'Absolute madness': Journalist's last tweet before shot dead in Northern Ireland

SBS Friday, 19 April 2019
A journalist has died in a shooting in Northern Ireland in Londonderry, which police are treating as a terrorist incident.
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News video: Police in Northern Ireland Name Shooting Victim as Journalist Lyra McKee

Police in Northern Ireland Name Shooting Victim as Journalist Lyra McKee 02:43

Police in Northern Ireland on April 19 confirmed that a woman shot and killed during riots the night before in Creggan, Derry, was the 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee.This video shows the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) press conference, held at around 7 am on April 19. Assistant Chief...

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