ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 1972
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(Studio) British soldier killed in Belfast, North Ireland, by sniper fire; civilian killed in Londonderry, when caught in cross-fire between British troops and IRA. Militant Protestant group vows to wipe out IRA. Some families refuse to leave North Ireland, despite continued violence.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Belfast, North Ireland) Many Catholics move out of homes in Belfast suburb. Some live in makeshift refugee shelters, but many leave the country, seeking refuge in Irish Republic. [Eileen DUFFY - refuses to leave home in battleground neighborhood.]
REPORTER: Don Farmer
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