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Jeremy Corbyn said it is right that members of the Armed Forces are held to account for incidents during the Troubles after a British soldier was charged with murder over Bloody Sunday.
LIFE is a lottery, they say, and you certainly don’t get to pick your parents.
Protestant church leaders were warmly applauded into Derry’s nationalist Bogside today in a historic gesture they hope will help bridge the city’s traditional divide.
The question is: now that we no longer have the sound of gunfire ringing in our ears, can we see any more clearly how a period of history that began with 400 people gathering in Derry’s Duke Street ended with 3,500 lost lives?
A prominent businessman has told the Saville Inquiry that he told the RUC the IRA would not be active in Derry on Bloody Sunday more than 32 years ago.
A man described today how he heard a shot from an Official IRA gunman before he heard British army fire in the Bogside on Bloody Sunday.
A man described today how he heard a shot from an Official IRA gunman before he heard Army fire in the Bogside on Bloody Sunday.
A committee on police reform in Northern Ireland was urged 35 years ago by some officers to change the name of the force in a bid to attract more Catholic support, it was claimed today.
A former member of the Official IRA has told the Saville Inquiry that the republican movement was effectively incapable of launching an attack on British soldiers in Derry on Bloody Sunday.
Martin McGuinness ordered IRA men not to attack British troops during the civil rights march that led to Bloody Sunday, he claimed today.
A former British soldier has told the Saville Inquiry in London that he did not hear any gunfire before the British army invaded the IRA-controlled Bogside area of Derry on Bloody Sunday more than 31 years ago.
AN IRA gunman sheltering in a doorway shot a civilian dead at a barricade on Bloody Sunday, a former paratrooper said yesterday.
An IRA gunman sheltering in a doorway shot a civilian dead at a barricade on Bloody Sunday, a former paratrooper said today.
A lawyer representing families of the Bloody Sunday victims has complained to the chairman of the Saville Inquiry about the abusive language used by former British Prime Minister Edward Heath. F
One of Britain’s most distinguished soldiers today said the Army was warned that the IRA intended to turn the Bloody Sunday march into a “bloodbath“.
There was no master plan to kill innocent civilians on Bloody Sunday, the inquiry into the shootings was told today.
The British army’s most senior officer present on Bloody Sunday today said “there was certainly nothing to be proud of” on that day.
A former paratrooper said today he fabricated his original eyewitness account of the Bloody Sunday shootings that put soldiers in a positive light.
A former RUC man has told the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Derry that some of the 13 civilians shot dead on January 30, 1972 died in a gun battle between the IRA and British soldiers.
DUP leader Ian Paisely is understood to have decided to attend the Bloody Sunday Tribunal in Derry after snubbing the inquiry yesterday.
Ian Paisley could be jailed if he ignores an order to appear before the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Derry tomorrow.
DUP leader Ian Paisley has refused to give evidence to the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Derry, despite being summoned to do so last week.
DUP leader Ian Paisley is due to give evidence to the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Derry later today.
Ian Paisley has been summoned to appear at the Bloody Sunday inquiry.
Paratroopers who opened fire killing 13 civilians on Bloody Sunday may have been suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, a journalist who spent time with them beforehand claimed today.
An horrific account of soldiers dumping blooded bodies, some still moving, into the back of an Army vehicle after the shooting on Bloody Sunday was given to the Saville Inquiry in Derry today.
A woman today told the Saville Inquiry that her coat suffered scorch holes on Bloody Sunday when a bullet shot past her.
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