Bloody Sunday soldier expected in Derry court in August

The Army veteran is known only as Soldier F.

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Soldier F supporters take to streets of Belfast

He is to be charged with murdering two people after troops opened fire on civil rights demonstrators in Derry in January 1972.

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Thousands of bikers protest against soldier’s Bloody Sunday prosecution

.Thousands of bikers have taken to the streets of central London to protest against the prosecution of a soldier who fought in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.

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Bikers ride to Stormont in support of Soldier F

Around 80 riders took part in the protest ride following a decision to charge a soldier over Bloody Sunday killings.

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Bikers protest over plans to prosecute British soldier over Bloody Sunday

Bikers are holding a protest in London today against the prosecution of a British soldier over Bloody Sunday.

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Corbyn says soldiers must be held to account after Bloody Sunday murder charge

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.

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Sister of teenage Bloody Sunday victim wants to meet his killer

No soldier will be prosecuted over the fatal shooting of Kevin McElhinney.

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History’s most powerful lesson - Past can be a trap choking wise choices

Though it always will be with us, history does not force itself into our everyday consciousness, even if it irrevocably shapes attitudes. It is human that many positions are inherited rather than reached. Tribal cultures and communal mythologies prevail. Consensus clings. Some days history is like distant thunder, barely perceptible, not that proximate.

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Vigil held in Belfast after Bloody Sunday prosecution decision

Thirteen civil rights demonstrators were shot dead on January 30 1972.

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Here’s what you need to know about the Bloody Sunday prosecution

All families have the right to formally request a review of a PPS decision not to prosecute more soldiers.

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Three other cases involving soldiers’ actions before Northern Ireland courts

These include former soldier Dennis Hutchings who has been charged over the death of 27-year-old John Pat Cunningham in June 1974.

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Government says thoughts are with Bloody Sunday families on 'difficult and emotional day'

The Irish Government has said its thoughts "are with the families of those who were killed and injured" by the Bloody Sunday shootings after just one of 16 soldiers were told they face criminal charges over what happened.

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Bloody Sunday families march ‘towards justice’

They completed a parade which was cut short in blood and chaos 47 years ago.

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'Does this really get us anywhere?' - Former NI Secretary says the prosecutorial route 'won’t work'

Former Northern Secretary Peter Hain says that the British government needs to act and recognise that the prosecutorial route “won’t work” when it comes to legacy issues.

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Tánaiste: Today is another traumatising day for the people of Derry

The Tánaiste says his thoughts are with the families of those killed in Derry on Bloody Sunday following today's decision to charge just one soldier from the Parachute Regiment in relation to the two of the deaths.

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One former British soldier to face charges over Bloody Sunday shootings

One former British soldier will face charges over the Bloody Sunday shootings in Derry.

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Families gather for Bloody Sunday prosecution ruling

Former members of a support company of the 1st Battalion Parachute Regiment are facing possible charges.

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Bloody Sunday families hoping fight for justice will come to an end

Prosecutors are to announce on Thursday whether charges will be brought over the incident 47 years ago.

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Bloody Sunday families ‘have been waiting for this day for 47 years’

John Kelly was speaking just days before the Public Prosecution Service is due to announce whether they will prosecute soldiers.

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Northern Ireland’s parties split over prosecution of Bloody Sunday soldiers

The DUP oppose the prosecution of the soldiers, while Sinn Fein said they should face the courts.

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Time to follow Wilson’s example: Decision will reawaken old hatreds

Last September, Northern Ireland secretary Karen Bradley admitted that before she took up her post she was ignorant of the region’s divisions. She said she was unaware that nationalists did not vote for unionists or that unionists did not vote for nationalists.

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NI Prosecution Service to decide next month whether to charge soldiers involved in Bloody Sunday killings

The 2010 Saville report into the civil rights march found that those killed and injured on January 30th, 1972, were innocent.

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Monument unveiled to 14-year-old Croke Park Bloody Sunday victim

John William Scott was killed in 1920 when British forces opened fire during a GAA match.

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Families of two Bloody Sunday victims awarded damages by Ministry of Defence – solicitor

The Ministry of Defence has made payouts to relatives of Gerard McKinney (£625,000) and Michael McDaid (£75,000).

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Bloody Sunday shooting victim awarded €216,000 in compensation

Michael Quinn, now aged 63, was an A-level student at the time of the incident in January 1972.

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Detective: Police legally obliged to investigate Bloody Sunday

The former head of the British Army has urged the Government to put a stop to the ‘macabre charade’ that could prosecute Northern Ireland veterans.

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Former paratroopers request arrest order over Bloody Sunday questioning

Seven former paratroopers who are facing questioning over the Bloody Sunday shootings have asked leading judges in London to make an order preventing them from being arrested and taken to Northern Ireland to be interviewed by police.

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Former British soldier arrested in connection with Bloody Sunday investigation

A former British soldier has been arrested by detectives investigating the Bloody Sunday killings in Derry in 1972.

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