Ballymurphy

The bumpy road of truth-seeking in Northern Ireland
A two and half year investigation has just concluded on the complete innocence of ten civilians who were killed by the British army in 1971 in Northern Ireland. But the truth-seeking process in the UK province doesn’t satisfy all victims’ needs and falls short of reconciling the communities over the causes of the conflict.
By Janet H. Anderson, notre correspondante à La Haye
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