James Lynch

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The grave of James Matthews at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin.

Until 2016, James Matthews was one of the victims of the Croke Park massacre on Bloody Sunday whose resting place was an unmarked grave in Dublin’s Gl(...)

 Taoiseach Micheál Martin is seen during the special remembrance ceremony at Croke Park to honour the 14 who died after crown forces  opened fire on Bloody Sunday, November 21st, 1920. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The 14 civilians killed or fatally injured at Croke Park on Bloody Sunday were remembered at a ceremony at the stadium on Saturday, 100 years after th(...)

John Lynch  was shot dead by a raiding party of self-described ‘military’, who later claimed they had acted in self-defence. The hotel’s night porter told a different story.

In its “From the Archives” section on Wednesday, the London Times mentioned the strange circumstances in which one John Lynch, from Kilmallock, Co Lim(...)

Construction work at the site of the future Education City Stadium in Doha. Photograph: Getty Images

Liverpool have supported calls by human rights groups for thorough investigations into the deaths of migrant workers in Qatar, before the club flies t(...)

 Building works during the construction and refurbishment of the Khalifa International Stadium in   Doha. Photograph: Getty Images

Liverpool have supported calls by human rights groups for thorough investigations into the deaths of migrant workers in Qatar, before the club flies (...)

The court heard that while James Lynch was on bail for the assault on the taxi driver, he took part in the robbery of a man whose phone and wallet was stolen as he walked along Wood Quay.

A Dublin man who assaulted a taxi driver after he refused to drive his wounded friend to hospital has been jailed for three years. James Lynch (23) (...)