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# The Troubles

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Taoiseach will 'make clear' to Boris Johnson the need for public inquiry into Pat Finucane murder
Northern parties (minus DUP and UUP) join forces to call for public inquiry into murder of Pat Finucane
Families of Bloody Sunday victims 'deeply disappointed' as decision not to prosecute 15 British soldiers is upheld
Sinn Féin MLA apologises following criticism for 'disgusting' comments on Troubles victims pension
Victim of Troubles-era bomb to take legal action over delay on victims' pensions
'The man who built the peace': Irish and British front pages react to the death of John Hume
RUC officers will not face prosecution over case of first child killed in the Troubles
'Shameful stand-off' preventing Troubles victims receiving compensation, advocate warns
Gerry Adams: 'It's up to the UK government now to address the cases of other internees'
Gerry Adams
Working with Martin McGuinness in a meat company, singing for the Dalai Lama and playing at the World Cup
UK to introduce five-year cut-off point in bid to end re-investigations into soldiers who served in NI
British government outlines Troubles victims pension scheme but SF criticises 'hierarchy of victims'
NI lobby group was accused of misleading investors about Republic to 'damage our national interest'
Coveney says Johnson promise to protect British soldiers from prosecution 'very concerning'
‘Nobody knows my Philip’s name’: Telling the stories of the Children of the Troubles
Injured victims of the Troubles to get annual pension of between £2,000 and £10,000
1972 IRA documentary was ‘banned’ from being shown
The Disappeared: Search team questions if Columba McVeigh's body was moved
Phil Coulter says he declined OBE because he didn't like Margaret Thatcher
Bloody Sunday: Soldier F murder case adjourned until December at Derry hearing
Veteran IRA member claims Gerry Adams lied when he denied being a member of the organisation
Recent attempted bombings in Northern Ireland could drag us all back to the Troubles
Tom Clonan
Documentary links Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley to new Troubles-era bomb attacks
Events take place to mark 40 years since IRA killings of Lord Mountbatten and Warrenpoint soldiers
Battle of the Bogside: It's 50 years since the community riot that changed Ireland
Man to be charged with murder of ex-Sinn Féin official and IRA/MI5 double-agent Denis Donaldson
Ex-IRA man granted UK Supreme Court hearing over Boston College tapes
How an Irish publican's unease and mahogany doors spared a massacre during the 1994 World Cup final
Police investigate hate crime at Warrenpoint memorial dedicated to 18 British soldiers
'The system is not fair': MPs criticise Theresa May over Northern Ireland amnesty
Tom Clonan: Deal or no deal, the border will be our problem this time. And we aren't ready for it
Tom Clonan
'It's part of history': Auctioneer defends decision to sell deactivated rocket launcher
Poll: Should Karen Bradley resign as Northern Ireland Secretary?
Families of Ballymurphy massacre victims refuse to meet Karen Bradley
FactCheck: Is Karen Bradley correct that killings committed by British forces during the Troubles were 'not crimes'?
Ex-British soldiers could reportedly face Bloody Sunday murder charges 'within weeks'
Former Real IRA commander: Even cameras on masts would be seen as 'spy posts' in border regions
PSNI 'deeply sorry' for not giving documents relating to 1990s killings to ombudsman
The surreal reality of life in 'the most militarised area of western Europe'
Arlene Foster criticised over assertion that 'we never had a hard border'