The inquiry is investigating child abuse in residential institutions in Northern Ireland
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HIA inquiry begins examining abuse allegations at Protestant church-run home

An inquiry has opened public hearings into allegations of sexual and physical abuse at a children's home run by Protestant missionaries.

Manor House in Lisburn, County Antrim, was run by the Society of Irish Church Missions (ICM), an organisation with links to the Church of Ireland.

BBC News NI's Kevin Sharkey reports.

  • 05 Jan 2016