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Northern Ireland #21458

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 12, 1972
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(Studio) In North Ireland, Protestants march by thousands in celebration of Battle of Boyne, July 12, 1690. That victory brought Protestant dominance to North provinces. Only minor disturbances reported due to heavy British security and rain.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Belfast, North Ireland) IRA (Irish Republican Army) cease-fire ends; bombs explode; terrorism resumes. During 13-day cease-fire, British troops kept low profile; now patrols have been stepped up. Militant Protestant UDA members take unarmed combat training. Both sides maintain barricaded areas.
REPORTER: Don Farmer

Farmer, Don;
Reasoner, Harry

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