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 2001 Wednesday, 8 January, 2003, 10:02 GMT
British soldiers on Bloody Sunday Bloody Sunday inquiry will not move
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry decides not to move its hearings from Londonderry when it starts taking evidence from soldiers involved in the shootings.
Soldiers say they will be at risk in the Guildhall First aid worker 'fired at'
A first aid worker on Bloody Sunday has told the Saville Inquiry that a solider shot at her as he went to help the wounded.
 Man shot with hands in air
An SDLP councillor tells the Saville Inquiry he saw a soldier shoot a man with his hands in the air on Bloody Sunday.
 Man shot 'without warning'
A British soldier shot a fleeing man on Bloody Sunday apparently without warning and then prevented a uniformed first aider from helping him, it is claimed.
 Inquiry soldiers must return to NI
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry chairman says soldiers who opened fire in Londonderry 30 years ago must attend the tribunal in the city.
 Photographer 'feared for his life'
An Italian photo-journalist tells the Bloody Sunday Inquiry he believes soldiers fired shots at him on three different occasions.
Bloody Sunday Inquiry hears more civilian evidence
A former soldier tells the Bloody Sunday inquiry he believes that what the army did in Londonderry was 'premeditated murder'.
Martin McGuinness McGuinness's IRA role under spotlight
The Bloody Sunday inquiry wants to hear evidence from another NI minister following news Martin McGuinness will reveal his IRA role.
 IRA man named to inquiry
An alleged Provisional IRA man who said the organisation would not attend a march on Bloody Sunday is named to the Saville Inquiry.
 Paramedic's painful memories
A paramedic admits to the Bloody Sunday Inquiry that his memories of the day could be clouded by shock
 McGuinness will give inquiry evidence
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness says he will now give evidence in person to the Londonderry inquiry into Bloody Sunday.
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