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 2000 Wednesday, 8 January, 2003, 10:04 GMT
 Witness may name IRA members
A former Nationalist Party councillor in Londonderry is considering whether to name known members of the IRA to the Bloody Sunday inquiry.
 First Bloody Sunday casualties 'not rioting'
A civilian witness tells the Bloody Sunday tribunal that the first two casualties of the day were not involved in the disturbances when shot.
 IRA 'bugged army' on Bloody Sunday
The IRA releases a tape which it claims is a recording of a bugged conversation among army personnel on Bloody Sunday.
 Bloody Sunday truth pledge
One of the largest public inquiries in British history opens to examine Bloody Sunday, when paratroopers shot dead 14 people in Londonderry.
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