- Journalist Lyra KcKee is the latest victim of the conflict she covered.
Once a year in the Good Friday Dublin Unitarian Church, thousands of names are spoken aloud in a reading that takes three hours.
- Naomi O’Leary
These are the victims of Northern Ireland’s decades of conflict, remembered on the Christian holiday from which the Good Friday peace deal that ended it takes its name.
Twenty-one years since the signing of the historic accord, Ireland woke up to find that horror had returned to claim one of its brightest stars.
Lyra McKee, a 29-year-old journalist and…