Relatives want answers on Irish mass grave for babies

Relatives are demanding a full excavation of a mass grave of babies in the west of Ireland. The remains of almost 800 infants are thought to have been secretly buried at a former mother and baby home between the 1920s and 1960s.

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    Dublin - Relatives are demanding a full excavation of a mass grave of babies in the west of Ireland.

    The remains of almost 800 infants are thought to have been secretly buried at a former mother-and-baby home, run by Catholic nuns, between the 1920s and 1960s.


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