Bloody Sunday
Father Daly waves bloodstained white handkerchief - 30 January 1972

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Two solders on street corner in Londonderry
Some of the paratroopers who served in Londonderry on Bloody Sunday have attacked criticism of their commander.

FEATURES, VIEWS, ANALYSIS
Map of Londonderry
A step-by-step guide to what happened on 30 January 1972 when soldiers fired on a civil rights march in Northern Ireland
Crowd packs Guildhall Square for Saville Report
Families finally see Bloody Sunday report
Will inquiry that explored the past affect the future?
Thirteen people were killed when soldiers opened fire
An at-a-glance guide to the longest ever inquiry
The long political shadow cast by Bloody Sunday
ANALYSIS

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MORE FEATURES, VIEWS AND ANALYSIS
'That little boy was shot' - images and sounds from 1972
The man who went to every day of the inquiry
What lessons will be learned from Saville?
KEY FACTS
On 30th January 1972, 13 people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Derry, Northern Ireland.
The day became known as Bloody Sunday.
The Widgery Inquiry in 1972 inquiry was regarded as a whitewash by nationalists.
In 1998 a fresh investigation was announced. The Saville Inquiry into Bloody Sunday became the longest-running and costliest inquiry in British legal history.
15 June 2010 PM David Cameron tells MPs the Saville report shows the shooting dead of 13 marchers on Bloody Sunday was "unjustified and unjustifiable".
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