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# Profiling

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# tuam mother and baby home
Experts say Tuam remains should be able to be identified using advanced DNA technology
A team of scientists have contradicted an expert technical group over the remains
# keith harrison
Profile 'usually reserved for gangland criminals' created for garda whistleblower
Labour’s Alan Kelly is asking the gardai if they are still carrying out surveillance on Keith Harrison.
# Profiling
Man who raped woman in 1984 jailed thanks to new DNA technology
The woman was raped in her own bed while her child was in the house.
# ethnic profiling
What happened when two Roma children were taken from their families?
A garda was arrested today over leaks to the media in the case.
# America
What do half of black American men have in common by age 23?
The answer is they’ve been arrested.
# Profiling
Farah detained in United States under suspicion of being a terrorist
It is not the first time the double Olympic champion has been targeted by the American authorities.
# Terrorism
Explainer: How will airport security fight terrorist threats in the future?
Infra-red scanners, behavioural profiling: what will terrorists of the future be up against? And will it work?
# Welfare
New welfare 'profiling' to determine when jobless likely to find work
The new system aims to reduce long-term unemployment – and penalise people who refuse work or training.