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Lyra McKee Mural and Paper Trail

IAUC Irish-American Human Rights Recognition for Paper Trail

Renowned human rights group, Irish American Unity Conference (IAUC) has recognised the work of Paper Trail in the run-up to St. Patrick’s Day.
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Michael Leonard Murder 1973

Michael Leonard Murder: Family of RUC Victim Launch New Report in Leinster House

The family of Donegal civilian, Michael Leonard, who was shot and killed by a Royal Ulster Constabulary patrol in 1973, held an hour-long meeting with officials from the Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs (Omagh, Wednesday 1st February 2023).
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Family of RUC Murder Victim Michael Leonard Meet Tánaiste

The family of Donegal civilian, Michael Leonard, who was shot and killed by a Royal Ulster Constabulary patrol in 1973, held an hour-long meeting with officials from the Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs (Omagh, Wednesday 1st February 2023).
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New Lodge Six: British Army Map 1973

New Lodge Six Massacre: 50th Anniversary

The 3rd - 4th February this year marks the 50th anniversary of the New Lodge Six Massacre by 1st Battalion Queen's Regiment of the British Army.
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Michael Leonard Murder 1973

RUC Murder: Family of Donegal Civilian Meets Irish Officials

The family of Donegal civilian, Michael Leonard, who was shot and killed by a Royal Ulster Constabulary patrol in 1973, held an hour-long meeting with officials from the Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs (Omagh, Wednesday 1st February 2023).
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The Battle of St. Matthew's

The Battle of St. Matthew’s – Read the British Army Files

Read the British Army files relating to the Battle of St. Matthews in June 1971, a weekend of misery and mayhem many consider a turning point in the conflict.
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Bloody Friday - Secret British Army files discovered by Paper Trail

Bloody Friday – Missing Warnings and Missed Opportunities to Save Lives

Bloody Friday - one of the most devastating days during the conflict. Victims and survivors can read the new evidence we discovered here.
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Map of the area where Francis Arthurs was abducted and murdered.

Francis Arthurs: A Forgotten Victim

In memory of Francis Arthurs, abducted and murdered 50 years ago.
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Michael Leonard Murder 1973

New Evidence in RUC Murder of Donegal Civilian

Paper Trail has discovered new evidence which proves that the RUC deliberately targeted and killed Donegal civilian, Michael Leonard in 1973.
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