Harry Breen and Bob Buchanan
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Northern Ireland police murders linked to Irish officers, says inquiry

Irish police officers colluded in the IRA murders of two senior Northern Ireland police officers, an inquiry has found.

Chief Supt Harry Breen and Supt Bob Buchanan were shot dead in an ambush in March 1989 in south Armagh.

The attack happened as they crossed the border into Northern Ireland after a meeting in Dundalk Garda station.

Vincent Kearney reports.

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