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# Unsolved

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'It's devastating after all these years': Family of man beaten to death in Dublin shed seek answers
Felix McCann was murdered in January 1998. No one has ever been charged over his killing.
'Murderers still on our streets': How does a homicide case go cold?
Families of victims say the toughest thing for them to cope with is not knowing what happened to their loved ones.
"Somebody knows something" - The families behind Ireland's 240 unsolved gangland murders
New figures have been compiled for an edition of RTÉ’s Prime Time, broadcast tonight.
Police probing death of mystery pensioner on Manchester moors ask for Newry family's DNA
Detectives have been left stumped by the death. The man’s body was found on the hillside on 12 December.
Ireland's missing people: The numbers behind the heartbreak
We’ve been examining the stats behind the thousands of missing persons reports made in Ireland.
Child-killer and suspect in disappearance of teenage girl in Donegal dies in custody
Robert Howard died in hospital while imprisoned for the rape and murder of another teenager.
These Maryland sisters disappeared 40 years ago. Now, a man's been charged.
Sheila and Katherine Lyon disappeared from a Maryland shopping mall in 1975 and were never seen again.
Gardaí trying to solve the mystery of Galway busker 'Dave'
They also want to find out what happened with a post office raid.
7 unsolved mysteries and phenomena that may spook you out
Prepare to have your mind boggled.
Who wants to become a billionaire? Just solve one of these problems
Weight loss pill? Remote Internet? Wireless Power?
Detectives get 'excellent response' after TV appeal over Simon Tang murder
The murder, which police believe had racist motives, has remained unsolved for 16 years.
French police travel to Ireland over Toscan du Plantier murder
Investigators from France are believed to be planning to travel to Ireland to carry out forensic tests in their search for Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s killer.