British Prime Minister Theresa May has come under increased pressure from just under half her parliamentary group to drop an investigation into the killings of citizens that were not prosecuted or charged during the decades-long sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland
The UK’s Northern Ireland Police Service estimates that 30% of killings during the so-called "Troubles" were covert military operations that took place from the 1960s until the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in April 1998.

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