David McKittrick

Belfast-born David McKittrick has been reporting on Northern Ireland since 1971, He has written for the East Antrim Times, the Irish Times and was The Independent's Irish correspondent for many years. He is the author of several books including Making Sense of the Troubles (2000) and Lost Lives (1999).

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Real IRA murders: Brian Shivers cleared of 2009 double murder of British soldiers at Massereene barracks in Antrim

Sappers Mark Quinsey and Patrick Azimkar were gunned down by two masked gunmen as they collected pizzas outside the gates in 2009

Signs of the times: Shoppers pass by a pro-UVF mural in Belfast’s Shankill Road

Ulster loyalist hardliners in peace overture

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Liam Adams, brother of Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams, arrives at Belfast Laganside Court, where he faces child sex abuse charges.

Gerry Adams gives evidence at brother Liam's trial for child sex abuse

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The plans follow the tragic death Savita Halappanavar, who miscarried 17 weeks into her pregnancy

Husband relives when his wife Savita Halappanavar asked for a termination, only to be told 'this is a Catholic country'

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Ireland outraged as 'gloating property developer' escapes debts

An audacious attempt by an Irish property developer to rid himself of debts of half a billion dollars by declaring himself bankrupt in the US has caused outrage in Dublin.

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The Westminster MP for east Belfast tells David McKittrick why she's still optimistic

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Missing Irish tycoon Kevin McGeever is arrested on suspicion of wasting police time

McGeever was sought by the FBI and police in Germany investigating fraud

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