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A man was then taken to the hospital Shot in the leg in Londonderry. It happened just after eight thirty on Monday evening on Whitehouse Road.

Enough is enough campaign

Hundreds of people, including families who lost loved ones on the A5 turned out to be the start of a campaign calling for road upgrading. The green light was given by the assembly in 2007, but it has been delayed. Since then, 44 people have been killed. During the event at the Tyrone GAA Center the road was named the most dangerous road in Northern Ireland.

Legacy Invoice

The government is expected to amend its controversial legacy legislation later in the House of Lords. The bill, which would provide conditional amnesty for those accused of killings during the riots, is under discussion. The changes were sharply criticized.

Treatment of motor neuron diseases

A motor neuron disease charity has urged politicians here to acknowledge what they say is a lack of due diligence about the condition. MLAs will later hear from the MND Association in Stormont following the release of a new report from the charity. About 140 people live with MND in Northern Ireland at the same time.

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