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Dissident Group Accepts Blame For Irish Journalist's Death

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Dissident Group Accepts Blame For Irish Journalist's Death

Dissident Group Accepts Blame For Irish Journalist's Death

The New IRA said Lyra McKee was &quot;tragically killed while standing beside enemy forces&quot; and blamed police for &quot;provoking&quot; the crowd.

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