The most chilling scene in Unquiet Graves (RTÉ One, Wednesday) comes at the end as the screen turns dark and the names of the victims of the 1970s loy(...)

Anne Cadwallader talks to her husband, Gerry O’Hare, from outside the window of his room in Fruithill Nursing Home in Belfast. Photograph: Stephen Davison

Every afternoon, Anne Cadwallader stands on a box and talks to her husband through the two-inch gap in his care home window. “It’s absolutely awful. (...)

British Army troops with  army Land Rovers and trucks on a  side street  in the predominantly Catholic Falls Road area of Belfast in  May 1971. Photograph: Rolls Press/Popperfoto via Getty Images

First. The bones of it. When the gunfire stops I jump up and look from the back room through the shop and on to the Falls Road. Bullets have come in t(...)

Seán Murray, who directed ‘Unquiet Graves: the Story of the Glennane Gang’, with actor Stephen Rea who narrates the documentary about the loyalist paramilitary group believed responsible for more than 120 killings in the early to mid 1970s.

A former RUC officer has alleged that British intelligence tried to persuade the Ulster Volunteer Force to attack a Catholic primary school in Co Arma(...)

 Sean Cavanagh of The Moy Tír na nÓg ahead of the  All-Ireland Intermediate   Final against Michael Glaveys  at Croke Park on  February 3rd. Photograph:   David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile

When The Moy Tír na nÓg premises were torched for the second time in seven months in April 2016, it threatened to rip the heart out of the Co Tyrone c(...)

The  Omagh bombing: “Sceptics may doubt whether paramilitary groups will step up, but no one knows where a dynamic process will lead.” Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

As usual this Christmas, there were private tears and empty chairs at festive tables. Grief permeates like a dull poison down the generations. Bereav(...)

Congressman Brendan Boyle, a member of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe on Capitol Hill, described Anne Cadwallader’s evidence of collusion as “overwhelming”.

There has been “dishonourable silence” from the British government on evidence of deep collusion between the Northern Ireland security forces and Loya(...)

Belfast High Court. Photograph: PA Wire

A legal challenge into the alleged failure to properly investigate a loyalist unit suspected of carrying out more than 100 murders is to proceed to a (...)

President Michael D Higgins meets sisters Fiona and Theresa Ryan and their brother Aidan Shields (right), whose mother Maureen was killed in the bombings, and other members of Justice for the Forgotten on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings at Áras an Uachtaráin. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

President Michael D Higgins has called on the British government to allow independent, international access to documents relating to “atrocities th(...)

 Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane  was shot dead by loyalist paramilitaries in February 1989. Photograph: Pacemaker

The “silence” of the British and Irish governments over evidence of alleged RUC and British army collu(...)

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