Northern Irish novelist Anna Burns has said the Troubles were “impossible to avoid” in a culture steeped in division.
Brechin woman’s “closure” as she says a final goodbye to brother who was killed by the IRA 40 years ago
A sister has said a final goodbye to her brother, 40 years after he was killed in an IRA bomb blast.
A man thrown from a British military helicopter during the Troubles has warned that a failure to declare his treatment as torture has given a legal all-clear for brutal interrogation tactics around the world.
Kiera Marshall's art, she says, has regularly intertwined with her Dundee family's military history.
As a terror attack occurs in the Palace of Westminster, it seems we can't escape terrorism.