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The single mothers, aged between 24 and 42, were inmates in the controversial Tuam institution run by the Bon Secours nuns in County Galway, Ireland, from 1925 to 1961.
The home made headlines around the world in June 2014 when the Irish Mail on Sunday revealed that no burial records existed for 796 children who died there – and prompted the establishment of a Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby homes.
How five unmarried mothers were buried in an unmarked mass grave alongside 796 babies who went missing at Irish nuns’ Mother and Baby home of horrors
Well it’s not like we haven’t been warning about it.
Shares, commodities and currencies under pressure across the globe as concern grows over China’s economy
FTSE 100 tumbles in early trading
Chinese stock market suffers biggest fall since 2007
Summary: Chinese market rout sparks global selloff
Beijing poised to flood the market with cash, says WSJ
Japan’s Nikkei tumbles 4.6%
Australia share market has worst day in six years
FTSE plunges 2.8% as China sparks global markets crisis – live