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Paddy Hill and Gerry Conlan  at UL before  delivering an address on their experiences as victims of miscarriages of justice.  Photograph: Brian Gavin Press 22

Two men who suffered among the worst miscarriages of justice in British history have accused the Irish and British governments(...)

A witness had alleged that an older boy came into her room at night and abused her as she lay in bed.

A witness to the Historical Institutional Abuse inquiry has contradicted claims by another witness that he sexually abused her while she was in(...)

One witness, who alleged she was repeatedly physically abused at St Joseph’s Home, Termonbacca, in Derry (above), said she was also raped while in care outside the institution. Photograph: Trevor McBride

Allegations of rapes, beatings and other abuses made by former residents of Derry care homes run by th(...)

The Northern Ireland Historical Institutional Abuse inquiry is sitting in Banbridge, Co Down,

A woman who was repeatedly physically abused at a Derry children’s home has said she was also raped while in care outside the institution. (...)

A former resident of St Joseph’s home at Termonbacca in Derry has accused Catholic clergy, state agencies and the police of failing a generation of children in residential care.

A former resident of St Joseph’s home at Termonbacca in Derry has accused Catholic clergy, state agencies and the police of failing a generatio(...)

Robbie Colgan and Pass The Hat (centre, pink and white) clear the last to win the feature race at Leopardstown yesterday, the Carrickmines Handicap Chase. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Mount Colah has no Cheltenham ambitions but after mixing it with some potential festival stars throughout the sea(...)

St Joseph’s Home,Termonbacca, in Derry: Witness said many people also did their best for those at the home.

A witness at the North’s Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry has told how he “had enough of the torture” from a named nun at a(...)

A nun who has been mentioned a number of times during the inquiry rejected a claim she severely  beat boys when they were residents of St Joseph’s Home,Termonbacca, Co Derry.

A witness has told the North’s historical institutional abuse inquiry she was sexually abused on several occasions by a young priest she though(...)

The Northern Ireland historical institutional abuse inquiry is sitting in Banbridge, Co Down

A nun who has been mentioned a number of times during the course of the Northern Ireland historical institutional abuse inquiry has rejected a (...)

One sister spoke of the fear they felt when they were taken from their home and left at Nazareth House  at Bishop Street in Derry.

Two sisters who were moved to a Derry residential care institution run by the Sisters of Nazareth have given graphic ev(...)

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