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NIRELAND-DALY/
RTSMOR1
August 11, 2016
Kay Duddy (L), sister of Jackie Duddy arrives for the funeral mass of former Bishop Edward Daly at St....
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Kay Duddy, sister of Jackie Duddy arrives for the funeral mass of former Bishop Edward Daly at St. Eugene's...
Kay Duddy (L), sister of Jackie Duddy arrives for the funeral mass of former Bishop Edward Daly at St. Eugene's Cathedral in Londonderry, Northern Ireland August 11, 2016. Daly, a priest in 1972, waved his white bloodstained handkerchief at British troops on "Bloody Sunday" in 1972 after Jackie Duddy was shot. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
NIRELAND-DALY/
RTSMN53
August 11, 2016
Pedestrians walk past a mural showing Edward Daly, the priest who waved his white bloodstained handkerchief...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Pedestrians walk past a mural showing Edward Daly, the priest who waved his white bloodstained handkerchief...
Pedestrians walk past a mural showing Edward Daly, the priest who waved his white bloodstained handkerchief at British troops on "Bloody Sunday" in 1972, in Londonderry, Northern Ireland August 11, 2016. The funeral of Daly, who went on to become a bishop, was due to take place on Thursday at St. Eugene's Cathedral. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
NIRELAND-DALY/
RTSMMQA
August 11, 2016
Pedestrians walk past a mural showing Edward Daly, the priest who waved his white bloodstained handkerchief...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Pedestrians walk past a mural showing Edward Daly, the priest who waved his white bloodstained handkerchief...
Pedestrians walk past a mural showing Edward Daly, the priest who waved his white bloodstained handkerchief at British troops on "Bloody Sunday" in 1972, in Londonderry, Northern Ireland August 11, 2016. The funeral of Daly, who went on to become a bishop, was due to take place on Thursday at St. Eugene's Cathedral. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
Politics
Politics
Prince Charles Meets Gerry Adams - 20 May 2015
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BRITAIN
RTR2X1LP
January 29, 2012
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed reacts in front of a mural honouring the dead...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed reacts in front of a mural honouring the dead...
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed reacts in front of a mural honouring the dead at a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry January 29, 2012. Fourteen people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Londonderry in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN
RTR2X1L6
January 29, 2012
Several hundred people attend a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Several hundred people attend a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry...
Several hundred people attend a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry January 29, 2012. Fourteen people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Londonderry in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN
RTR2X1L4
January 29, 2012
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed carries a floral tribute at a memorial service...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed carries a floral tribute at a memorial service...
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed carries a floral tribute at a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry January 29, 2012. Fourteen people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Londonderry in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN
RTR2X1KZ
January 29, 2012
Several hundred people attend a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Several hundred people attend a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry...
Several hundred people attend a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry January 29, 2012. Fourteen people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Londonderry in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN
RTR2X1KX
January 29, 2012
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed carries a floral tribute at a memorial service...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed carries a floral tribute at a memorial service...
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed carries a floral tribute at a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry January 29, 2012. Fourteen people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Londonderry in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN
RTR2X1KU
January 29, 2012
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed attends a memorial service to mark the 40th...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed attends a memorial service to mark the 40th...
Linda Nash whose brother William Nash was one of 14 killed attends a memorial service to mark the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry January 29, 2012. Fourteen people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Londonderry in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST)
IRELAND/
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September 22, 2011
People are seen holding up a banner during a parade, marking the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, in Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
File photograph shows people holding up a banner during a parade in Londenderry
People are seen holding up a banner during a parade, marking the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, in Londonderry in this January 30, 2011 file photograph. Britain will compensate the families of those killed and wounded by its soldiers on Northern Ireland's "Bloody Sunday" in 1972, one of the pivotal events in a three-decade conflict in the British-ruled province, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said on September 22, 2011. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton/Files (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
IRELAND/
RTXXAMC
January 30, 2011
A member of a Republican band talks to his children in the bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011....
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A member of a Republican band talks to his children in the bogside area of Londonderry
A member of a Republican band talks to his children in the bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part in a parade to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
IRELAND/
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January 30, 2011
A Republican band warms up before a parade in the Bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A Republican band warms up before a parade in the Bogside area of Londonderry
A Republican band warms up before a parade in the Bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part in a parade to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
IRELAND/
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January 30, 2011
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams (L) and party colleague and deputy first minister Martin McGuinness (R)...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Sinn Fein president Adams and deputy first minister McGuinness join a march through Londonderry
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams (L) and party colleague and deputy first minister Martin McGuinness (R) join a march through Londonderry January 30,2011. Thousands of people took part in a parade to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY POLITICS)
IRELAND/
RTXXALO
January 30, 2011
People hold up a banner during a parade in Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
People hold up a banner during a parade in Londonderry
People hold up a banner during a parade in Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part in a parade through Londonderry to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
IRELAND/
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January 30, 2011
People hold up a banner during a parade in Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part...
multiple cities, United Kingdom
People hold up a banner during a parade in Londenderry
People hold up a banner during a parade in Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part in a parade through Londonderry marking the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
IRELAND/
RTXXAL6
January 30, 2011
A young member of a Nationalist band wraps himself in an Irish flag in the bogside area of Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A young member of a Nationalist band wraps himself in an Irish flag in the bogside area of Londonderry...
A young member of a Nationalist band wraps himself in an Irish flag in the bogside area of Londonderry January 30,2011. Thousands of people took part in a parade to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRELAND/
RTXXAKZ
January 30, 2011
Two ladies stand beside a Republican wall mural in the bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011....
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Two ladies stand beside a Republican wall mural in the bogside area of Londonderry
Two ladies stand beside a Republican wall mural in the bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part in a parade to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRELAND/
RTXXAKV
January 30, 2011
A Republican band takes part in a parade through the bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A Republican band takes part in a parade through the bogside area of Londonderry
A Republican band takes part in a parade through the bogside area of Londonderry January 30, 2011. Thousands of people took part in the parade to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, which saw 14 people taking part in a civil rights march shot dead by the British Army in 1972. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7SP
June 15, 2010
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
John Kelly, brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NOR RN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7R1
June 15, 2010
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim tears up a copy of the Widgery report -- the first and...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim tears up a copy of the Widgery report in Londonderry
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim tears up a copy of the Widgery report -- the first and now discredited report on the events in 1972 -- after the release of the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7PZ
June 15, 2010
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims tear up a large poster of the Widgery report -- the first...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims tear up a large poster of the Widgery report in Londonderry...
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims tear up a large poster of the Widgery report -- the first and now discredited report on the events in 1972 -- after the release of the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal Mcnaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
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June 15, 2010
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry...
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7OI
June 15, 2010
A copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings is seen after victims'...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings is seen after victims'...
A copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings is seen after victims' relatives were allowed to view it, at the Guidhall in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NOR RN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7O1
June 15, 2010
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry...
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7O0
June 15, 2010
Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness (R) and Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams are...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland McGuinness and Sinn Fein President Adams are seen after the...
Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness (R) and Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams are seen after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7NS
June 15, 2010
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry...
Crowds celebrate after the release of the Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7N7
June 15, 2010
A man carries a copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings after victims'...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Man carries a copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings after victims'...
A man carries a copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings after victims' relatives were allowed to view it, at the Guidhall in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7N3
June 15, 2010
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim holds a copy of the Saville report to the crowd gathered...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim holds a copy of the Saville report to the crowd gathered...
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim holds a copy of the Saville report to the crowd gathered outside, from a window at the Guildhall in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7N2
June 15, 2010
A copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings is seen after victims'...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
A copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings is seen after victims'...
A copy of the long awaited Saville report on the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings is seen after victims' relatives were allowed to view it, at the Guidhall in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NOR RN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7MQ
June 15, 2010
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
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June 15, 2010
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim, who had viewed the Saville report, gestures to the crowd...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim gestures to the crowd gathered outside, from a window at...
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim, who had viewed the Saville report, gestures to the crowd gathered outside, from a window at the Guildhall in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
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June 15, 2010
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim holds a copy of the Saville report to the crowd gathered...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim holds a copy of the Saville report to the crowd gathered...
A relative of a Bloody Sunday shooting victim holds a copy of the Saville report to the crowd gathered outside, from a window at the Guildhall in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7M2
June 15, 2010
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7M1
June 15, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the Houses of Parliament after releasing the Saville report...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Cameron leaves the Houses of Parliament after releasing the Saville report on Bloody Sunday,...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the Houses of Parliament after releasing the Saville report on Bloody Sunday, in London June 15, 2010. Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Toby Melville (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
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June 15, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the Houses of Parliament after releasing the Saville report...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Cameron leaves the Houses of Parliament after releasing the Saville report on Bloody Sunday,...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves the Houses of Parliament after releasing the Saville report on Bloody Sunday, in London June 15, 2010. Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Toby Melville (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
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June 15, 2010
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7LI
June 15, 2010
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville...
Relatives of Bloody Sunday shooting victims react as they leave the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7KV
June 15, 2010
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
John Kelly, brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NOR RN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7KU
June 15, 2010
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
John Kelly, brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NOR RN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7KK
June 15, 2010
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
John Kelly, brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NOR RN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7KB
June 15, 2010
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
John Kelly, brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall...
John Kelly (C), brother of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Michael Kelly, reacts as he leaves the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Paul Faith/POOL (NOR RN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7JP
June 15, 2010
Kay Duddy (2nd L), sister of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Jackie Duddy, reacts as she leaves the Guildhall...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Kay Duddy, sister of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Jackie Duddy, reacts as she leaves the Guildhall after...
Kay Duddy (2nd L), sister of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Jackie Duddy, reacts as she leaves the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY-CAMERON
RTR2F7JF
June 15, 2010
Kay Duddy (C), sister of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Jackie Duddy, reacts as she leaves the Guildhall...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Kay Duddy, sister of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Jackie Duddy, reacts as she leaves the Guildhall after...
Kay Duddy (C), sister of Bloody Sunday shooting victim Jackie Duddy, reacts as she leaves the Guildhall after reading the Saville report in Londonderry June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron apologised on Tuesday for the killing by British troops of 14 demonstrators in Northern Ireland in 1972 on what has become known as Bloody Sunday. "The events of Bloody Sunday were in no way justified," Cameron said a statement to parliament following the release of a 5,000-page report into the killings after an inquiry headed by judge Lord Saville. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY
RTR2F6R4
June 15, 2010
Kay Duddy, sister of Jackie Duddy who was killed during Bloody Sunday walks with deputy First Minister,...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Kay Duddy, sister of Jackie Duddy who was killed during Bloody Sunday walks with deputy First Minister,...
Kay Duddy, sister of Jackie Duddy who was killed during Bloody Sunday walks with deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, as she makes her way to the Guildhall to read the Saville report, in Londonderry in Northern Ireland June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday unveils a landmark report into the 1972 Bloody Sunday killings of 13 protesters in Northern Ireland by British troops, stirring hopes of justice and fears of renewed tensions. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY
RTR2F6QY
June 15, 2010
Relatives of those killed during Bloody Sunday make their way from the Bogside to the Guildhall to read...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Relatives of those killed during Bloody Sunday make their way from the Bogside to the Guildhall to read...
Relatives of those killed during Bloody Sunday make their way from the Bogside to the Guildhall to read the Saville report, Londonderry in Northern Ireland June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday unveils a landmark report into the 1972 Bloody Sunday killings of 13 protesters in Northern Ireland by British troops, stirring hopes of justice and fears of renewed tensions. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY
RTR2F6QX
June 15, 2010
Kay Duddy, sister of Jackie Duddy who was killed during Bloody Sunday walks with deputy First Minister,...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Kay Duddy, sister of Jackie Duddy who was killed during Bloody Sunday walks with deputy First Minister,...
Kay Duddy, sister of Jackie Duddy who was killed during Bloody Sunday walks with deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, as she makes her way to the Guildhall to read the Saville report, in Londonderry in Northern Ireland June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday unveils a landmark report into the 1972 Bloody Sunday killings of 13 protesters in Northern Ireland by British troops, stirring hopes of justice and fears of renewed tensions. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND)
BRITAIN-IRISH/BLOODYSUNDAY
RTR2F6Q7
June 15, 2010
Relatives of those killed during Bloody Sunday make their way from the Bogside to the Guildhall to read...
multiple cities, United Kingdom
Relatives of those killed during Bloody Sunday make their way from the Bogside to the Guildhall to read...
Relatives of those killed during Bloody Sunday make their way from the Bogside to the Guildhall to read the Saville report, Londonderry in Northern Ireland June 15, 2010. Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday unveils a landmark report into the 1972 Bloody Sunday killings of 13 protesters in Northern Ireland by British troops, stirring hopes of justice and fears of renewed tensions. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND)
RTR2F6JU
June 15, 2010
BRITAIN-IRISH/ - 3D graphic explaining the sequence of events on Bloody Sunday. British PM David Cameron...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
BRITAIN-IRISH/
BRITAIN-IRISH/ - 3D graphic explaining the sequence of events on Bloody Sunday. British PM David Cameron to unveil a landmark report into the 1972 killings of 13 protesters in Northern Ireland by British troops. RNGS. (SIN01)
RTR2F6JT
June 15, 2010
BRITAIN-IRISH/ - 3D graphic explaining the sequence of events on Bloody Sunday. British PM David Cameron...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
BRITAIN-IRISH/ C
BRITAIN-IRISH/ - 3D graphic explaining the sequence of events on Bloody Sunday. British PM David Cameron to unveil a landmark report into the 1972 killings of 13 protesters in Northern Ireland by British troops. RNGS. (SIN01)
IRISH-BLOODYSUNDAY/
RTR2F0RI
June 11, 2010
People pass a mural showing the 14 victims of 1972's Bloody Sunday in the bogside area of Londonderry...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Man passes a mural in the bogside area of Londonderry
People pass a mural showing the 14 victims of 1972's Bloody Sunday in the bogside area of Londonderry June 10, 2010. Relatives of 14 people shot dead by British troops in Northern Ireland in 1972 hope the release of an inquiry into the killings next week will lead to the prosecutions of soldiers and their political masters. Picture taken June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRISH-BLOODYSUNDAY/
RTR2F0RA
June 11, 2010
Seagulls fly in front of a mural which shows a group of men, led by a Catholic priest, carrying the body...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Seagulls fly in front of a mural which shows a group of men, led by a Catholic priest, carrying body...
Seagulls fly in front of a mural which shows a group of men, led by a Catholic priest, carrying the body of shooting victim Jackie Duddy during 1972's Bloody Sunday, in the bogside area of Londonderry June 10, 2010. Relatives of 14 people shot dead by British troops in Northern Ireland in 1972 hope the release of an inquiry into the killings next week will lead to the prosecutions of soldiers and their political masters. Picture taken June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRISH-BLOODYSUNDAY/
RTR2F0R6
June 10, 2010
A seagull flies in front of a mural which shows a group of men, led by a Catholic priest, carrying the...
Londonderry, United Kingdom
Seagull flies in front of a mural which shows a group of men, led by a Catholic priest, carrying body...
A seagull flies in front of a mural which shows a group of men, led by a Catholic priest, carrying the body of shooting victim Jackie Duddy during 1972's Bloody Sunday, in the bogside area of Londonderry June 10, 2010. Relatives of 14 people shot dead by British troops in Northern Ireland in 1972 hope the release of an inquiry into the killings next week will lead to the prosecutions of soldiers and their political masters. Picture taken June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXN2B7
November 22, 2004
People walk past a new civil rights mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November...
Londonderry, UK
People walk past a new civil rights mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Nove.....
People walk past a new civil rights mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November 22, 2004. The longest-running and costliest public inquiry in British legal history -- into Northern Ireland's so-called "Bloody Sunday" -- entered its final phase on Monday. The tribunal investigating the 1972 killing of 13 civilians by paratroopers, at a civil rights demonstration in the province's second city Londonderry, began hearing closing speeches as some families of the dead expressed hope their loved ones would be declared innocent.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXN2B6
November 22, 2004
The names of people killed as a result of "Bloody Sunday" are seen on a memorial in the Bogside area...
Londonderry, UK
The names of people killed as a result of "Bloody Sunday" are seen on a memorial in the Bogside area.....
The names of people killed as a result of "Bloody Sunday" are seen on a memorial in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November 22, 2004. The longest-running and costliest public inquiry in British legal history -- into Northern Ireland's so-called "Bloody Sunday" -- entered its final phase on Monday. The tribunal investigating the 1972 killing of 13 civilians by paratroopers, at a civil rights demonstration in the province's second city Londonderry, began hearing closing speeches as some families of the dead expressed hope their loved ones would be declared innocent.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXN2B5
November 22, 2004
A young man hops over a fence close to a "Bloody Sunday" mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern...
Londonderry, UK
A young man hops over a fence close to a "Bloody Sunday" mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, N.....
A young man hops over a fence close to a "Bloody Sunday" mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November 22, 2004. The longest-running and costliest public inquiry in British legal history -- into Northern Ireland's so-called "Bloody Sunday" -- entered its final phase on Monday. The tribunal investigating the 1972 killing of 13 civilians by paratroopers, at a civil rights demonstration in the province's second city Londonderry, began hearing closing speeches as some families of the dead expressed hope their loved ones would be declared innocent.
IRISH SUNDAY
RTRGF83
November 22, 2004
Bloody Sunday Inquiry Chairman Lord Saville leaves the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November...
Londonderry, UK
Bloody Sunday Inquiry Chairman Lord Saville leaves the Guildhall in Londonderry.
Bloody Sunday Inquiry Chairman Lord Saville leaves the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November 22, 2004. The longest-running and costliest public inquiry in British legal history - into Northern Ireland's so-called "Bloody Sunday" - entered its final phase on Monday. The tribunal investigating the 1972 killing of 13 civilians by paratroopers, at a civil rights demonstration in the province's second city Londonderry, began hearing closing speeches as some families of the dead expressed hope their loved ones would be declared innocent. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD
IRISH SUNDAY
RTRGF7Q
November 22, 2004
Bloody Sunday Inquiry Chairman Lord Saville leaves the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November...
Londonderry, UK
Bloody Sunday Inquiry Chairman Lord Saville leaves the Guildhall in Londonderry.
Bloody Sunday Inquiry Chairman Lord Saville leaves the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November 22, 2004. The longest-running and costliest public inquiry in British legal history - into Northern Ireland's so-called "Bloody Sunday" - entered its final phase on Monday. The tribunal investigating the 1972 killing of 13 civilians by paratroopers, at a civil rights demonstration in the province's second city Londonderry, began hearing closing speeches as some families of the dead expressed hope their loved ones would be declared innocent. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD
IRELAND
RTRGF6S
November 22, 2004
Security guards remove the Bloody Sunday Inquiry sign from outside the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern...
Londonderry, UK
Security guards remove the Bloody Sunday Inquiry sign from outside the Guildhall in Londonderry.
Security guards remove the Bloody Sunday Inquiry sign from outside the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November 22, 2004. The longest-running and costliest public inquiry in British legal history - into Northern Ireland's so-called "Bloody Sunday" - entered its final phase on Monday. The tribunal investigating the 1972 killing of 13 civilians by paratroopers, at a civil rights demonstration in the province's second city Londonderry, began hearing closing speeches as some families of the dead expressed hope their loved ones would be declared innocent. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/MD
IRISH SUNDAY
RTRGEXA
November 22, 2004
Young man hops over a fence close to a "Bloody Sunday" mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry Northern...
Londonderry, UK
Young man hops over a fence close to a "Bloody Sunday" mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry Northern...
Young man hops over a fence close to a "Bloody Sunday" mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry Northern Ireland. A young man hops over a fence close to a "Bloody Sunday" mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, November 22, 2004. The longest-running and costliest public inquiry in British legal history - into Northern Ireland's so-called "Bloody Sunday" - entered its final phase on Monday. The tribunal investigating the 1972 killing of 13 civilians by paratroopers, at a civil rights demonstration in the province's second city Londonderry, began hearing closing speeches as some families of the dead expressed hope their loved ones would be declared innocent. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
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