Kingsmill

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Beatrice “Bea” Worton’s son Kenneth was among those killed in a sectarian massacre of 10 protestant workmen in 1976 near the Co Armagh village of Kingsmill. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Tributes have been paid to Northern Ireland victims’ campaigner Bea Worton who has died aged 91. Ms Worton’s son, Kenneth, was one of 10 Protestant w(...)

A bullet riddled van at Kingsmill in Co Armagh after 10 protestant workmen were shot dead in January 1976 in an attack attributed to the IRA. Photograph: PA Wire.

“System and human error” have been blamed for the failure to identify a palm print recovered from a van linked to the massacre at Kingsmill in Co Arma(...)

William Temple was among nine people who died in an IRA car bombing in the Co Derry village of Claudy in 1972

People in West Tyrone will question whether they should vote for Sinn Féin in the byelection caused by the resignation of MP Barry McElduff, the broth(...)

Calls have been made for Sinn Féin MP Barry McElduff to resign after he posted a video on social media that has been interpreted as an insult to victims of the Kingsmill massacre.

Calls have been made for Sinn Féin MP Barry McElduff to resign after he posted a video on social media that has been interpreted as an insult to victi(...)

Bullet-riddled minibus in South Armagh where 10 protestant workmen were shot dead. Photograph:: PA Wire

There is insufficient evidence to take a case against a man whose palm print was found on the suspected van IRA gunmen used to escape after the Kingsm(...)

The bullet-riddled minibus near Whitecross in South Armagh after 10 Protestant workmen were shot dead. Photograph: PA Wire

A man has been arrested on suspicion of the sectarian murders of 10 Protestant workmen at Kingsmill, one of the worst atrocities of the Northern Irela(...)

Alan Black, the sole survivor of a sectarian massacre of 10 Protestant workmen in 1976 near the Co Armagh village of Kingsmill, outside Belfast Coroner’s Court last week. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

A potential suspect in the murder of 10 workmen in Northern Ireland has been identified 40 years after the attack following a forensic re-examination (...)

New information has come to light about the murders following and investigation by the PSNI’s Historical Inquiries Team.

New inquests into the deaths of 10 Protestant workers murdered in Co Armagh in January 1976 have been ordered by the North’s attorney general.They die(...)