A widow whose son was murdered by loyalist paramilitaries has appealed to the Secretary of State to not forget victims' families.Read the full story ›
The issue of Northern Ireland's past was always going to arrive at some amnesty moment and argument.Read the full story ›
The Irish government has voiced its opposition to any form of prosecution amnesty as part of measures to address the legacy issues.Read the full story ›
One man is to be prosecuted using evidence from a loyalist paramilitary-turned-supergrass informer over 1994 murder of two Catholic workmen.Read the full story ›
A memorial to 12 people killed by an IRA bomb, while attending a Remembrance Day service in 1987, has been unveiled in Enniskillen.Read the full story ›
Relatives of those killed in the Poppy Day bombing in Enniskillen 30 years ago have vowed to keep fighting for justice.Read the full story ›
Two retired senior policemen's legal challenge to watchdog findings on Loughinisland will be heard by the end of the year, a court hears.Read the full story ›
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The sister of one of the Disappeared has begged those who know where her brother Columba McVeigh is to tell them.
The 19-year-old was murdered by the IRA in 1975 and his remains have never been found.
He is one of three Disappeared victims who are still missing and his sister Dympna Kerr said not a day goes by when she doesn't think about him.
"It's the fact he hasn't been given a Christian burial and put in a grave beside mum and dad, that's the hard bit," she told UTV.
"Somebody out there has that bit of information and knows where Columba's remains are, and they're not willing to come forward."
The eleventh annual silent walk for the Disappeared was held on Thursday, with relatives gathering at Parliament Buildings.
They laid a black wreath with three white lilies representing those who have yet to be found.
Anne Morgan, whose brother Seamus Ruddy was found buried in woodland in northern France earlier this year, said the relatives of the Disappeared would stand together until they were all brought home.
She added: "We urge those who can help find them - Columba McVeigh, Joe Lynskey and Robert Nairac - to come forward and give proper information."
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The decision to end preliminary inquiries into suspected Government-backed torture during internment in Northern Ireland is to be quashed.Read the full story ›
The sentencing of a loyalist paramilitary-turned-supergrass has been adjourned for three weeks amid issues over a prosecution report.Read the full story ›