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Nuns among 12 arrested over historical abuse at orphanage in Scotland
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Eleven women and one man have been held as part of an investigation into the Lanark home, where 11,600 children were raised.
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The orphanage was opened in 1864 and was run by the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, a society for women within the Catholic Church.
Over the years it housed 11,600 children aged between one and 14 years old, including those who were blind or deaf-mute. It closed in 1981.
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