Bloody Sunday relatives want soldiers prosecuted

Families of people killed on Bloody Sunday are to seek the prosecution of soldiers responsible for the deaths.

Thirteen people died when British paratroopers opened fire on a civil rights march in Londonderry in January 1972. A fourteenth died later.

The Saville Report, published last year, found that the dead and injured were innocent.

The 39th and final march took place in Derry on Sunday.

A number of options are now being considered to mark future anniversaries, including an annual gathering of remembrance at the Bloody Sunday monument, a remembrance Mass, a human rights weekend and an annual Bloody Sunday lecture....

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