Human remains on Canadian beach are Irish famine victims say scientists

Canadian scientists have confirmed that the bones found washed up on a beach at Forillon National Park in Quebec in 2011 and 2016 are Irish Famine victims from the 1847 Carricks shipwreck.
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The past returns to provide haunting evidence of an unnecessary disaster. Even today, we still kill each other for greed, religion, and prejudice reasons.

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