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# Collusion

Last year
RUC 'deliberately destroyed' files on Sean Graham bookmakers massacre
Eight loyalist attacks attributed to the UDA or its Ulster Freedom Fighters cover name have been examined in an ombudsman’s report.
All time
Malcolm X's family demand new murder investigation following allegations of FBI involvement
The iconic black activist was shot dead in New York 55 years ago yesterday.
Taoiseach to meet NI First Minister over claims of Irish state's collusion in IRA murders
Arlene Foster sought a meeting with the Taoiseach on the issue in a letter.
Trump's justice department opens criminal inquiry into Russia investigation, US media reports
The decision means the department is conducting an investigation into itself.
Trump brands statements about him in Mueller report as 'total bulls**t'
A subpoena has been issued for the full, unredacted report.
‘I’m f**ked’: Trump tried to fire Mueller from Russia probe but claims victory now after no collusion found
The Mueller report was released in full today.
'Complete and total exoneration': Trump rejoices in Mueller findings but Democrats want full report published
The US President warmly received the results of the Mueller probe, published last night by Attorney General Bill Barr.
The Mueller report into Russian interference in US election has been completed
US Attorney General Bill Barr said he may be able to share “the special counsel’s principal conclusions as soon as this weekend”.
Widow of murdered Belfast solicitor to call for public inquiry at UK Supreme Court today
Pat Finucane was murdered in front of his family by Loyalist paramilitaries in February 1989.
Witness-tampering charges filed against former Trump campaign chairman
Robert Mueller also charged Paul Manafort’s Russian fixer for the first time today.
13 Russian nationals indicted for interfering with 2016 US presidential election
The defendants are accused of violating US criminal laws to interfere with American elections and the political process.
Donald Trump thinks it's 'unlikely' he'll ever have to sit down with Russia special investigator
Mueller is investigating claims of collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia,
Investigator's team 'interested in speaking to Trump' over possible Russian collusion
When or even if an interview would occur was not immediately clear.
Trump campaign adviser admits meeting Russian officials, US media reports
Carter Page had previously denied or side-stepped the question.
Grand jury assembled to investigate Russian interference in US elections
Former FBI director to subpoena documents and gather testimony.
Jared Kushner says he has 'nothing to hide' about Russia
“I did not collude, nor know of anyone else in the campaign who colluded, with any foreign government.”
Trump says Donald Jr is a 'high quality person' and applauds his 'transparency' on Russian meeting
The FBI are currently investigating whether Trump’s administration aided Russia in their attempts to influence the 2016 US election.
Security forces colluded with UVF before World Cup '94 massacre, damning report finds
The Police Ombudsman in Northern Ireland has said there was a “hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil approach to the use of informants”.
Dad accused of killing son by putting him in washing machine
The father claims he has no memory of the crime.
Belfast court rejects call for public inquiry into murder of Pat Finucane
The call was made by the Finucane family.
Miss last night's exposé on Collusion? Here are 10 things we learned
The documentary aired last night.
A LOT of people are shocked and angry watching RTÉ's documentary on collusion
Enda Kenny has been called to ‘stand up for an independent inquiry on collusion’.
Former IRA officer: 'Gardaí colluded with us during the Troubles'
The IRA’s former head of intelligence has made the claims in a new book.
"Hopefully they’ll listen this time." - Son of Monaghan bomb victim remembers the tragedy
Paddy Askin remembers going down to town in search of his father.
Families to sue British Government over Dublin-Monaghan bombings
The Justice for the Forgotten group are going to court to secure the release of documents.
Smithwick Tribunal reactions: 'Finding of gardaí collusion is of deep concern'
The Smithwick Tribunal investigated claims of garda collusion in the murder of two senior RUC officers in 1989.
EU accuses top banks in derivatives cartel probe
Thirteen top investment banks including Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs have been accused of colluding over derivatives trading – a serious breach of EU antitrust rules.
The Evening Fix... now with added terrible (and expensive) rooms for rent
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
Former IRA members will not give evidence to Smithwick Tribunal
The Smithwick Tribunal says three members of the Provisional IRA have ruled out giving oral evidence.
Garda Ombudsman sends file to DPP after Kieran Boylan inquiry
The investigation looked into accusations of collusion between gardaí and convicted drug dealer in the movement and supply of controlled drugs.
Report on Pat Finucane murder uncovers "shocking levels" of state collusion
David Cameron said that the report found that Pat Finucane could still be alive today had it not been for state involvement.
Shatter to request July 2013 as new deadline for Smithwick Tribunal
The tribunal – which is looking into whether there was Garda collusion in the deaths of two RUC officers – had an original deadline of 1 June 2012, before it was extended again to the end of October.
Smithwick Tribunal looks for more time as unexpected witnesses come forward
Judge Peter Smithwick has sought an extra five months before submitting his final report on possible Garda collusion in the deaths of two RUC officers in 1989.
Family of Pat Finucane begins legal challenge
“Clearly we have a difference of opinion here” – the Taoiseach discussing the possibility of a public inquiry into the murder with the British PM yesterday.
Cameron rules out inquiry into 1989 murder of Belfast solicitor
The British government rules out an inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane, after his family met with David Cameron today.
Police 'failed victims' families' while investigating Loughinisland massacre
The North’s Police Ombudsman has found serious holes in the investigation of the 1994 loyalist killings, which took place as Ireland played Italy in the USA World Cup.
Smithwick tribunal hears how killers shouted 'hurrah' after murdering two RUC officers
The tribunal is looking into claims of alleged garda collusion into the murder of two Royal Ulster Constabulary officers by the IRA in 1989.