Three Men Arrested Over Dissident Terrorist Activity

Three men have been arrested in Lurgan over dissident terrorist activity.

The men are aged 47, 42 and 41.

Police are conducting searches on three houses in the area and a number of items have been taken for forensic examination.

Meanwhile a 45-year-old man was arrested in Cookstown on Saturday for dissident terrorist activity, but has been released unconditionally.


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