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Northern Ireland / Bloody Sunday Anniversary / Parades #411252

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 30, 1997
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(Studio: Richard Blystone) Report introduced.

(London: Siobhan Darrow) Push in Northern Ireland to get the British government to review the "Blood Sunday" incident 25 years ago in which British troops fired on Catholic demonstrators in Londonderry featured; 1972 film shown. [IRISHMAN - comments on "Bloody Sunday."] [Eyewitness Bloody Sunday author Don MULLEN - raises questions about the coverup of mass murder.] [Irish deputy prime minister Dick SPRING, Irish Independence Bernard PURCELL, in Parliament, Democratic Unionist Party Reverend Ian PAISLEY - offer views on whether the new evidence should be examined.]

(Studio: Richard Blystone) Recommendation in Belfast that the British government set up a new commission to defuse sectarian tension during Protestant marching season in Northern Ireland noted.

Blystone, Richard;
Darrow, Siobhan

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