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Parents of murder victim Paul Quinn, Stephen and Breege Quinn, met political parties at Stormont on Monday. Photograph:  Jonathan Porter/PressEye

The visit to Stormont by the parents of Paul Quinn, brutally murdered close to the border 13 years ago, should make it clear to the Sinn Féin leadersh(...)

 The parents of murder victim Paul Quinn arrived at Stormont on Monday morning. Photograph: Alan Lewis

Gerry Moriarty Northern Editor Breege Quinn, the mother of a man murdered close to the Border 13 years ago, has again called on Sinn Féin Minister C(...)

Paul Quinn, 21, who was found at a farm house outside Castleblaney beaten to death. Photograph: Pacemaker

Who was Paul Quinn? Quinn was a 21-year-old from Cullyhanna, south Armagh, in Northern Ireland, five kilometres from the Border. He worked as a lorry(...)

Paul Quinn’s mother, Breege, with her husband, Stephen Quinn. Ms Quinn says their son ‘definitely was not involved in criminality. That was Sinn Féin spin.’ File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The mother a 21-year-old Co Armagh man who was beaten to death by up to 10 men in a barn in Co Monaghan 13 years ago has appealed to voters to remembe(...)

Fergal Caraher (20) was killed when British soldiers opened fire at a checkpoint in Cullyhanna, Co Armagh, on December 30th, 1990.

The impact of the shooting dead by British troops of an IRA volunteer in 1990 on relations between the nationalist community and the security forces i(...)

Cardinal Tomás Ó’Fíaich. Photograph: PA Wire

A viciously brilliant lampoon by the infamous Cummings from The Sunday Express of May 31st, 1981, which adorns the cover of this riveting and seminal (...)

Ronan Lavery QC insisting in the High Court in Belfast that the extradition process must be a “two-way street”

All extraditions from the UK to the Republic of Ireland should be suspended amid uncertainty over Dublin’s position on handovers post-Brexit, the High(...)

Seamus Mallon said the agreement changed the relationship between the Irish Government and the British government.

Northern Ireland’s first deputy first minister Seamus Mallon said he is convinced the Belfast Agreement led to “one of the most important periods in I(...)

Stephen and Briege Quinn holding a picture of their late son Paul in their home in Cullyhanna, Co Armagh. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Gardaí investigating the murder of a Co Armagh man almost nine years ago have arrested a suspect aged in his 50s. Paul Quinn, from Cullyhanna, was 2(...)

Police  near the village of Cullyhanna, south Armagh, where a dissident republican-style morter device was discovered yesterday.  Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Terrorists who prepared to launch two mortar explosives in south Armagh had planned to kill police officers, a senior commander has saidThe devices we(...)