After an alleged assault, a body was discovered at Slieve League

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At Slieve League in County Donegal, Ireland, a body has been pulled from the water.

As the Garda (Irish police) investigated an alleged assault that occurred between June 24 and June 25, the cliffs were closed for the majority of last week.

On Thursday, the cliffs started to open up.

A man in his 30s and a woman in her 20s who had been detained in connection with the incident were released on Tuesday night without being charged.

A post-mortem examination will be performed at Letterkenny University Hospital where the body has been transported.

It has been informed to the state pathologist.

Slieve League

The cliffs were closed for the majority of last week while police looked into an assault allegation.

Slieve League has some of the highest reachable sea cliffs in Europe, rising to a height of about 600m (1,969ft).

At the Ballyshannon Garda station, an incident room has been set up, and police are still looking for leads.

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