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U.S. deports man tied to Irish slayings

A man from Northern Ireland who was convicted of aiding in the 1988 killings of two British soldiers has been deported to Ireland, ending a two-year effort by U.S. officials. Sean O’Cealleagh, 37, flew to Dublin on Sunday, escorted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, the agency announced Monday. A judge signed a final order for his removal on Thursday. O’Cealleagh had been in U.S. custody since Sept. 1 after the Board of Immigration Appeals ruled he could be deported, throwing out a lower court decision allowing him to stay in America. Full Story

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