N Ireland Minister of State, David Howell, centre with wavy hair, on a visit to Oxford Street Bus Station, Belfast, the scene of one of the 22 car bombs explosions which took place on 21st July 1972 is interviewed by print and television journalists. Nine were killed and 130 injured on that day which became known as Bloody Friday. The Provisional IRA admitted responsibility for the 80 minutes bomb blitz. 197207220420b.
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