Woman arrested in killing of Northern Ireland reporter

The Northern Ireland Police Service says they have arrested a woman under the Terrorism Act in the slaying of journalist Lyra McKee.

The 57-year-old woman was arrested Tuesday under the terrorism act.

An Irish Republican Army splinter group earlier admitted that one of its "volunteers" killed McKee, who was shot dead while reporting on rioting in Londonderry.

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