VICE News traveled to Dublin to meet Ireland’s most infamous politician, Sinn Féin party president Gerry Adams, to talk about how Brexit will impact Northern Ireland.
Fifty-Five British Soldiers Are Refusing to Help Northern Ireland’s Bloody Sunday Murder Investigation
The families of those killed in Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday massacre in 1972 have criticized the police investigation after learning that 55 soldiers present that day are refusing to be questioned.
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'Britain Taught the World How to Torture': Northern Ireland's Hooded Men Take New Evidence Back to Court
In 1978, the UK was found to have used 'inhumane treatment,' but not torture, on detainees, setting a precedent for the use of enhanced interrogation techniques. VICE News speaks to the men appealing — with freshly unearthed government documents.
Megraw vanished after he was abducted by the IRA in 1978, but his remains were finally discovered in a drainage ditch northwest of Dublin.
I spoke to Anthony McIntyre, a former commander in the IRA who created an archive of people admitting to grizzly acts of political violence during the Troubles.