Body found in France confirmed as Irish 'Disappeared' victim Ruddy

Human remains uncovered in woodland near Rouen in northern France at the weekend have been confirmed after DNA testing as those of Séamus Ruddy, a member of the Irish Republican Socialist Party who disappeared in 1985 when he was working as a school teacher in Paris.

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The remains located near Rouen in France on Saturday have been formally confirmed as those of Séamus Ruddy, one of the Disappeared who was murdered in 1985, reports The Irish Times.