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The second woman, who spoke anonymously to BBC News NI's health correspondent Marie-Louise Connolly, described the fallout from Monday's court case as a "witch hunt". Speaking of her own abortion, she said she had "done nothing wrong" even though the practice is illegal in Northern Ireland.
Two 10-year-old boys and an 11-year-old girl have been interviewed by police investigating an arson attack at a primary school in Londonderry.
Firefighters were called to Holy Child Primary School in Creggan on Monday night to deal with a fire on a roof. Police said the three children "voluntarily attended" Strand Road police station for interview and were released pending a report to the Youth Diversion Officer.
A second attempt to nominate Enda Kenny as Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) has been defeated by 80 votes to 51 in the Dáil (Irish Parliament) this afternoon.
Mr Kenny has been in the role of acting taoiseach after a general election in February produced a hung parliament. A second bid to nominate Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin as taoiseach has also been defeated by 95 votes to 43.
Northern Ireland Secretary of State Theresa Villiers has been accused of withholding sensitive information in an alleged state torture case known as the Hooded Men.
The men were interrogated by the Army in 1971 and allege they were tortured during their detention. Their lawyers claim Ms Villiers has withheld information on briefings given to government ministers before the men were interrogated. A lawyer representing the government said it believed it has disclosed all relevant documents.
Detectives investigating the murder of Paul McCauley, who died from his injuries almost nine years after a sectarian assault in Londonderry, are questioning two men in the city.
The pair, aged 27 and 28, had been arrested last year and were released on police bail, but a court has now approved warrants of further detention and they have been taken to Strand Road police station for interview.
A County Tyrone man has appeared in court in Dungannon charged with threatening to kill a woman and giving her drugs to bring about an abortion.
Philip Griffiths, 24, from Spout Walk in Fivemiletown, is also accused of assaulting the woman and causing criminal damage to her home. The case was adjourned until next month after the investigating officer failed to show up in court. Mr Griffiths was released on continuing bail.
Northstone, a construction materials company based in Dunmurry, on the outskirts of west Belfast, has been fined for polluting the River Roe in Dungiven, County Londonderry.
Acting on a complaint of sand washings in the river in 2014, water quality inspectors, traced the source back to the Northstone site at Murnies sandpit, Crebarkey in Dungiven. Limavady Magistrates' Court imposed a £15,000 fine plus court costs on the firm.
A man in his 30s has died following an accident at work in County Donegal.
It is understood the man was working on a roof in the Falcarragh area when he fell off, at about 9am on Tuesday. He was taken to hospital in Letterkenny where he later died.
A water park event that was advertised on social media could be a scam, the Northern Ireland Trading Standards Service has warned.
Thousands of people had signed up to attend the Summer Safari Waterpark UK event that was advertised as coming to Belfast on 16 August. The trading standards office said it could be a "data mining scam".
Four Northern Ireland rowers have been named in the Great Britain squad for next month's European Championships.
London 2012 medallists Alan Campbell and brothers Richard and Peter Chambers are in the squad, as well as Enniskillen's Holly Nixon.
A man has been arrested in Spain in connection with a double murder in County Louth in the Republic of Ireland four years ago, that was suspected to be linked to a drugs feud.
Two victims - Anthony Burnett and Joseph Redmond - were found with gunshot wounds in a burnt-out car at Ravensdale Park, Dundalk, on 7 March 2012. The arrested man, who is in his 30s, was detained on a European Arrest Warrant in Alicante.
A firefighter was struck by a stone as he attended an incident on the Forthriver Road in north Belfast last night.
The fire service said it came across "a large crowd of youths in the area throwing stones" when officers were called out to deal with rubbish that had been set alight. The firefighter was left with bruising on his right ankle.