Bloody Sunday, Derry, Londonderry, 30 January 1972 - British soldiers in action that day when 26 civilians were shot, 13 fatally, and one more who died two months later. 20160130003
UK Prime Minister David Cameron apologised for the events of Bloody Sunday in June 2010 in the House of Commons admitting that the Parachute Regiment had fired the first shots.
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