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# Troubles

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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
Controversial Troubles Bill may not be human rights compliant, warns European commissioner
Family of Troubles victim call for removal of memorial to British soldier who died while facing trial
Criticism of military barracks memorial to ex-British soldier accused of murder
Bloody Friday: Taoiseach pays tribute to victims on 50th anniversary of 'devastating' bombings
Families vow to keep fighting for truth 50 years after Springhill shootings
'Utterly shameful' Troubles legacy legislation clears the House of Commons
Derry mother was shot by soldier in ‘unjustified’ circumstances, says coroner
Troubles legacy bill: Johnson and Tories accused of treating families like 'daft Paddies'
Coveney has 'serious concerns' around new Troubles amnesty legislation
England World Cup winner Steve Thompson put on suicide watch
Abramovich disqualified as Chelsea director by Premier League
Campaigners press Taoiseach to raise Troubles legacy issues with US President Joe Biden
Taoiseach to meet cross-community group of Troubles victims over opposition to legacy plans
NI watchdog probing loyalist murders finds evidence of ‘collusive’ police acts
Deadline for legislating on NI legacy issues has been missed, Brandon Lewis admits
Military funeral for former British Soldier Dennis Hutchings takes place in Plymouth
Campaigners returning to Westminster to demand end to Troubles ‘amnesty’ plan
Veteran on trial had ‘at least 10 seconds’ to make a decision about using fatal force on 27-year-old in 1974
Troubles: No lawful basis for vulnerable man to be shot, trial of ex-British Army soldier told
Johnson branded ‘hypocrite’ over Everard remarks while supporting Troubles amnesty
Victims to raise Troubles ‘amnesty’ with UN body
‘Historic day’ as major parties sign document to reject Troubles amnesty plans
NI political leaders hold ‘robust’ talks, co-chaired by Coveney, on Troubles legacy plans
UK Government announces statute of limitations on Troubles prosecutions, including British Army soldiers
PSG loss overshadowed by thefts at Di Maria, Marquinhos homes
Stormont under legal duty to fund Troubles pension, judges say
Farmer shot dead by soldier in Northern Ireland in 1974 has been exonerated, family says
Barcelona players close to agreeing another salary cut
H-Block prisoners subjected to 'systemic inhuman and degrading treatment' during the Troubles, report finds
Stormont Executive Office acting unlawfully in delaying victims’ payouts, judge rules
Judge accuses Michelle O'Neill of 'unjustifiable' delay to compensation scheme for Troubles victims
'Shameful stand-off' preventing Troubles victims receiving compensation, advocate warns
British army veteran's trial over Troubles-era shooting postponed amid concerns over Covid-19
Emergency meeting at Saracens as threat of relegation looms large
NI lobby group was accused of misleading investors about Republic to 'damage our national interest'