Only reconciliation and the truth can give peace a chance
Stories of loved ones lost to bullets and bombs brought tears and yet brought hope too for a 'healing Ireland', writes Alan O'Keeffe
Heart-breaking descriptions of violent murders held more than 100 people in almost complete silence.
Stephen Travers, Alan McBride, Eugene Reavey and Joe Campbell told their stories standing on a stage in a hotel in Co Monaghan.
The lives of their loved ones and friends were stolen by bullets and bombs amid the darkness of political violence.