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# Troubles

Last week
25th February 2024 - 2nd March 2024
Immunity from prosecution under Troubles Legacy Act not compatible with human rights laws, judge rules
'Journalism is not a crime': Belfast journalists seek truth at hearing on state spying claims
Woman denied Troubles’ payment scheme warns application process 're-traumatises victims'
Last month
February 2024
More applicants sought for Troubles' victims scheme, with close to £35 million paid out so far
Four former British soldiers to be charged over shootings in Belfast in 1972
This year
2024
Woman who witnessed father being shot by IRA denied Troubles' scheme, despite mother being accepted
Jeanitta McCabe and her father who was shot has been denied the payment, but her mother’s application was successful.
UK govt challenges Ireland to list prosecutions mounted since 1998 over Troubles incidents
Last year
2023
Northern Ireland minister can't 'rule out any consequences' over Irish Legacy Act challenge
Northern Ireland: 'Stormont is now a mere soap opera on a hill over Belfast'
New memorial to be unveiled later to mark 30th anniversary of Shankill bombing in Belfast
Families of Belturbet bombing victims threaten legal action as UK 'hides behind' Legacy Bill
Soldier B - accused of killing teenager Daniel Hegarty in 1972 - has died
New inquest ordered into murder of Thomas Lockard in 1998
Brian Rowan: The head of the new Troubles legacy body will have a mountain to climb
Taoiseach appeals to UK government to not enact Troubles Legacy Bill as govt mulls legal action
Troubles Legacy Bill: 'It's almost as if the UK is writing itself out of the North's history'
Legal challenge lodged over Troubles Legacy Bill
Government considering legal action as Westminster votes to end historical prosecutions in NI
Victims’ images projected on Parliament as UK Government urged to scrap Troubles legacy Bill
Victim's group urges Irish government to work with new inquest into 1991 killing of Ian Sproule
Military hearsay statements can be used in Soldier F's Bloody Sunday trial, judge rules
Omagh marks 25th anniversary of the deadliest bombing of the Troubles
Brother of girl shot dead by British soldier urges MPs to reject contentious Troubles legacy Bill
Chris Heaton-Harris insists controversial Troubles legacy bill complies with human rights
UK government publishes changes to controversial Troubles legacy bill
Wreath laying takes place to mark 49th anniversary of Dublin-Monaghan bombings
Search of Co Monaghan bog for remains of Columba McVeigh has resumed
Family of man tortured by British military into murder confession awarded £350,000
Suspended sentence for ex-British soldier convicted of 1988 manslaughter of Aidan McAnespie
'We didn't want a pound of flesh': Aidan McAnespie's brother critical of sentence for David Holden
Former British soldier convicted of killing Aidan McAnespie to be sentenced next week
Tearing up Northern Ireland legacy Bill risks five-year delay, UK minister warns
All time
Progress at five peace wall sites in Northern Ireland
Senior garda makes plea for people to come forward and help them find Troubles terror bombers
Search of bog for 1975 IRA victim Columba McVeigh is paused for winter
Belfast actor Ciarán Hinds calls on Truss to scrap UK Govt's controversial Troubles legacy plan
Inquest findings into death of Derry mother shot by soldier to be sent to prosecution service
Politicians to attend screening of film about Troubles killings
UK Govt’s controversial Troubles legacy plan ‘can be improved’, says new NI Secretary of State
Rally calls for scrapping of UK Government’s controversial Troubles legacy plan