ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 02, 1972
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(Studio) In Dublin, Irish fire bomb British Embassy in protest of fatal shooting of 13 North Irish Catholics in Londonderry by British troops. Rioting in Belfast and attacks on British barracks in Londonderry also reported.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Londonderry, North Ireland) 1000's of Catholics attend mass funeral of 13 slain. Miss Bernadette Devlin watched at graveside with others who demand negation of British internment and withdrawal of British army from North.
REPORTER: Barrie Dunsmore
(Dublin, Ireland) Thousands march in Irish Republic in protest of 13 dead. President Eamon de Valera, P. Min. Jack Lynch attend prayer service. At Dublin airport, all pilots, stewardesses, and ground crews attend mass in hangar. (London, England) 13 mock coffins carried to Picadilly Circus as 13,000 hold funeral march at rush hour
REPORTER: Jerry King
(Dublin, Ireland) British Embassy in Dublin burned down; mock coffins piled outside door. Firemen unable to reach blazing building.
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