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Northern Ireland / Anniversary #112744

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 05, 1988
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(Londonderry, North Ireland: Peter Jennings) 20th anniversary of Londonderry civil rights march in North Ireland featured; scenes shown from 1968 march.[Catholic leader John HUME -comments on deaths during "troubles" between Catholics and Protestants; discusses influence of Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy on movement] [MAN - comments on the fight.] [Catholic leader Dr. Brian FEENEY - says there is still injustice.] Nature of job discrimination in North Ireland detailed; twins Martina and Michelle Deeney shown. [DEENEY - recalls constant tear-gassing; describes events of 1972 in Londonderry "bloody Sunday"] IRA's campaign against British described. [DEENEYS - comment on situation.]

Jennings, Peter

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