Protests in Belfast as new Northern Ireland legacy law halting inquests and prosecutions related to the ‘Troubles’ take effect

Families of Northern Ireland’s “Troubles” victims protested against a new law that halts inquests and grants immunity to former combatants, claiming it obstructs justice.

No charges for British soldiers accused of giving false evidence on Bloody Sunday

The Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has decided not to charge fifteen former soldiers or an alleged former IRA member for perjury related to Bloody Sunday due to insufficient evidence, despite historical inquiries suggesting otherwise.

Operation Kenova: report finds Army’s IRA spy likely cost more lives than he saved

The interim report from Operation Kenova concludes Army spy Stakeknife probably cost more lives than he saved.

Prosecution announced for former British soldier in 1972 Belfast murder case

A former British soldier, Soldier F, is to be prosecuted for the 1972 murder of Patrick McVeigh in Belfast, marking a significant step in addressing the legacy of the Troubles.

Unresolved cases of the “disappeared” continue to haunt Northern Ireland: the quest for closure and reconciliation

In this review of Rory Carroll’s Guardian article, we explore the ongoing impact of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, particularly the unresolved cases of the “disappeared.”