In silent protest, relatives call for action on Ireland’s Tuam babies

Men, women and children, including Peter Mulryan, hold funeral boxes, each representing a dead child, at a procession in remembrance of the bodies of the infants discovered in a septic tank, in 2014, at the Tuam Mother and Baby Home, in Dublin, Ireland October 6, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Dozens of people marched silently in Dublin on Saturday carrying plain white shoe boxes to represent the coffins of hundreds of babies buried in an unmarked grave at the site of a former church-run home for unwed mothers in the Irish town of Tuam. Relatives of the Tuam babies say more should […]

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