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'Unfinished business' of the Troubles

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The Belfast Project, conducted by Boston College in the United States, recorded secret interviews with IRA members making frank admissions about their involvements in the troubles.

Now lawyers want the college to hand over the tapes to police in Northern Ireland.

Baroness O'Loan, former Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland and journalist Brian Rowan, who has written extensively on the troubles, discuss whether the tapes should be handed over.


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