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Corporal punishment in the home, such as smacking, is still allowed in Ireland, despite being banned by the EU.
Commission of Investigation has yet to open a dedicated website to the mass orphan grave found in Co. Galway.
Bishop Robert Finn, criminally convicted of a child abuse cover-up, resigns as diocesan bishop.
Sinn Fein is up to its neck in another sex abuse controversy.
John Boyne, one of Ireland's best selling authors, first novel set in Ireland - "A History of Loneliness."
Dr Rosemary McHugh vividly described her abuse by a priest predator while studying in Ireland in the 1970s.
Graham was born in a mother and child home; both Dublin and Belfast rejected his citizenship.
Association of Catholic Priests says there are too existing many problems for Francis I to visit.
Philomena Lee appealed to other women to give testimony to a new Commission of Investigation.
Irish government asks the European Court of Human Rights to re-consider its judgment in the 1971 ‘hooded men’ case.
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