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(Studio: Sonia Ruseler) The issue of IRA (Irish Republican Army) weaponry in Northern Ireland mentioned.
(London: Margaret Lowrie) The long march for justice for friends and relatives of those who died in Northern Ireland's 1972 "Bloody Sunday" protest featured; details given of the new British inquiry into what happened in Londonderry when the army fired on the protesters. [In 1972, British army Lieutenant Colonel Derek WILFORD - talks about returning fire.] [In 1998, WILFORD - admits the army could have fired first.] [Relative of Bloody Sunday victim Linda RODDY - comments on the long investigation.]
- Lowrie, Margaret;
- Ruseler, Sonia
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