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# The Troubles

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New evidence proves the UK tortured interned men during The Troubles, says Ireland
Hooded, food and sleep deprived: Calls for Ireland to push for torture case against UK
"Life, a long long time ago" - Documentary follows Guildford Four's Paddy Armstrong to London
Victim of Enniskillen Bombing: 'I remember running around as if it was a horror movie'
Breige Wright: "I have been the subject of a media onslaught"
The Troubles and the Disappeared: 'Another chapter closed in the tragic saga'
Setting divisions alight: Burning Man comes to Derry
Opinion: How many hundreds, or thousands, would have been saved if he had lived?
John Crown
Gerry Conlon and the Guildford Four were released 25 years ago today
Family of Brendan Megraw "grateful" to person who passed on information about his remains
'Mixed feelings' about the end of Northern Ireland's Historical Enquiries Team
Who won the war in Northern Ireland? The British, so says a new BBC documentary
About 500 British troops are to train on this Derry mountain and nationalists aren't happy
Ian Paisley in Pictures: From Neverman to Chuckle Brother
'Never never never' and other famous words from Reverend Ian Paisley
Former DUP leader Ian Paisley has died, aged 88
The SAS 'Loughall ambush' which killed 8 IRA men may be investigated
On this day 20 years ago, the IRA announced its ceasefire
Search for Disappeared newlywed Brendan Megraw to begin in Meath bog
On the run letters were "unprecedented and flawed", but not unlawful
Report into "on the run" letters to be published today
UDR memorial removed and replaced with IRA slogan, PSNI investigating it as 'hate crime'
Did you live along the border during the Troubles? This project is seeking your voice...
"This house is unanimous in its message to the British Government" - Parties unite on bombing files
Opinion: Behind the headlines and political bickering is a profound grief that is hard to define
Jayne Olorunda
President Higgins: 'There are no easy solutions to the sensitive questions in Northern Ireland'
RUC sergeant shot dead could have been saved 'if he was warned' by senior officers
Gerry Conlon, one of the Guilford Four, dies aged 60
The Troubles, the parties and the loneliness of intelligence: Ireland's Mensa story
Unseen photos show the devastation caused by the IRA's 1996 Manchester bomb
McGuinness on The Disappeared: 'One of the worse things to happen' during an already bitter conflict
The Boston College tapes aren't going anywhere, except maybe to the PSNI
'Limited immunity' would help the Troubles truth emerge as perpetrators are dying off
"Hopefully they’ll listen this time." - Son of Monaghan bomb victim remembers the tragedy
"Reconciliation will only be lasting when it is based on truth": 1974 bombings marked in Dublin ceremonies
Here's how Dublin and Monaghan will mark the 40th anniversary of 1974 bombings
Families to sue British Government over Dublin-Monaghan bombings
56-year-old man arrested over Jean McConville case
Boston College says they fought a lengthy battle to protect Troubles tapes
Adams: 'I made no threat against Michael McConville, nor did I warn of backlash'