Edward Barnard, whose brother Patrick was murdered by the Glenanne gang, outside Belfast High Court. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Bea Worton died last week aged 91. She was the latest campaigner for truth and justice following the loss of a family member in the Troubles to die wi(...)

The bullet-riddled minibus in south Armagh where 10 protestant workmen were shot dead by IRA terrorists in 1976. Photograph: PA Wire

Those allegedly responsible for the IRA’s Kingsmill massacre four decades ago, one of the worst atrocities of the Troubles, should be named, a grievin(...)

Alan Black, the sole survivor of a sectarian massacre of 10 Protestant workmen in 1976 near the Co Armagh village of Kingsmill. Mr Black was shot 18 times.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

The Kingsmill massacre bore all the hallmarks of a mass execution, an inquest heard on Wednesday. Retired State Pathologist Professor Jack Crane like(...)

The bullet-riddled minibus which had been transporting the 11 Protestant workers who were gunned down as they lined up alongside the vehicle

One of the most horrific incidents of the Troubles is the subject of an inquest that reopened this week at Laganside Courts building in Belfast. The d(...)

File photo dated January 5th, 1976 of the bullet riddled minibus where 10  Protestant textile workers were shot shot dead in an IRA attack near the Co Armagh village of Kingsmill in 1976. Photograph: PA

The Garda has been accused of “effectively ignoring” requests to co-operate with a new inquest into the murders of 10 Protestant workmen gunned down i(...)