Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of Raymond Johnston in west Belfast last week. The 27 year old and 47 year-old were arrested under the Terrorism Act. Two other men arrested earlier this week, aged 57 and 34, have been released unconditionally. Mr Johnston (28) was shot dead in the house he shared with his partner and her 11-year-old daughter in Poleglass. A shotgun was used in the February 13 attack in the Glenbawn Avenue home.
FROM June 22 you'll be able to fly directly from Belfast International Airport to the iconicl Italian city of Venice. Tickets have gone on sale today for the easyJet service which will operate twice a week. Fares start at £27.71. It is the second Italian destination Easyjet has added to its network since it announced in December 2017 that flights to Naples would begin in June. The budget airline will also start flying to Valenica in Spain in the same month.
A 34-year-old man has been arrested under the Terrorism Act in connection with the murder of Raymond Johnston in west Belfast last week. Mr Johnston (28) was shot dead in the home he shared with his partner and her 11-year-old daughter on Glenbawn Avenue, Polegass. Police arrested a man in Poleglass today.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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