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(Studio) Protestant snipers and British troops fire on each other in Belfast. Protestant worker shot in Belfast dies. Protestant parade turns to rioting.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Londonderry, North Ireland) August 12, 1689, Apprentice Boys of `Derry closed city gates and drove away King James army of besieging Catholics. Order of Apprentice Boys march through city. Motto: no surrender. 1969 parade led to rioting and British intervention. After march, Catholic youths attack British troops. Riot ensues. IRA (Irish Republican Army) didn't stop fighting. Cease-fire means less to people.
REPORTER: Bob Simon
- Mudd, Roger;
- Simon, Bob
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