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Linda Nash whose youngest brother William Nash died on Bloody Sunday with Eamonn McCann outside the city hotel. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

There is understandable disappointment in Derry at the decision of the Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service to charge just one former British s(...)

Bishop Daly was filmed waving a bloody handkerchief on Bloody Sunday. Photograph: RTÉ Archives

The 13 people killed on Bloody Sunday were shot dead by members of the 1st battalion (1 Para) of the British Army’s Parachute Regiment in the spa(...)

Fr Edward Daly and others run with an injured man on Bloody Sunday in Derry on January 30th, 1972.

On Thursday morning, the relatives of those killed on Bloody Sunday will gather at the memorial in the Bogside to walk together to the city centre whe(...)

John Kelly, whose brother Michael (17) was killed in Derry on Bloody Sunday. Photograph:  Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Jean Hegarty is the living embodiment of the truth in the saying that a lie can be half-way around the world while the truth is still putting on its s(...)

  Northern   Secretary Karen Bradley made her  comments in the House of Commons   in advance of next week’s decision by the North’s Public Prosecution Service  as to whether any former British soldiers will be charged over the Bloody Sunday killings. Photograph:   Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images

The Northern Secretary Karen Bradley has said killings by the British army and police during the Troubles were “not crimes”. Ms Bradley made her comm(...)

An armed soldier attacks a protester on Bloody Sunday. Photograph: Frederick Hoare/Central Press/Getty Images

The Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service is to announce next month whether British soldiers will face charges over the 1972 Bloody Sunday killi(...)

Bloody Sunday witness Paddy Walsh creeping towards Patrick Doherty, who was shot dead by Soldier F. The Saville Report found  Doherty  had been shot and mortally wounded as he tried to crawl to safety. Photograph: Gilles Peress

It takes time to walk the length of Clarendon Street in Derry – especially with a bomb in each hand. A long, steep street lined with Georgian houses, (...)

Fr Edward Daly runs down the street with an injured man on Bloody Sunday, January 30th, 1972.

Prosecutors in the North are considering charging 18 British soldiers over involvement in the Bloody Sunday shootings, a relative of one of the victim(...)

Fr Edward Daly runs down the street in Belfast with an injured man on Bloody Sunday, January 30th, 1972.

Detectives investigating former British soldiers who were involved in the Bloody Sunday shootings have sent a report to prosecutors. A murder probe i(...)

 Gen Sir Robert Ford: Commander of Land Forces in Northern Ireland on January 30th, 1972, when soldiers of the Parachute Regiment shot dead 13 civilians in  Derry. Photograph: PA Photo

Whatever the other career achievements of Gen Sir Robert Ford, who has died aged 91, his name will be forever associated in Ireland with what became k(...)

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