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- proper n. A 1905 event in St Petersburg in which as many as 4000 unarmed citizens were killed by state forces.
- proper n. One of many similar events, see Bloody Sunday on Wikipedia for a complete list.
- proper n. A 1972 event in Northern Ireland in which 13 civil rights protesters were shot and killed by a British Army regiment.
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And that is what happened and that is now the conclusion of Bloody Sunday 38 years ago.
Such an honest confrontation with error is at the heart of the tragic ethos 'promise of new beginnings through self-scrutiny and has applications from the widest problems of geopolitics, such as Afghanistan and its region, to singular wounds like Bloody Sunday - or our own Kent State shootings of 1970.
Families of 11 people killed by the British Army six months before Bloody Sunday will meet the
Meanwhile, solicitors representing the families bereaved by Bloody Sunday said it would take weeks to read the report and consider legal options available.
Prosecuting ex-soldiers over Bloody Sunday will hurt morale in
Martin McGuinness, the former IRA chief of staff who is now Northern Ireland's deputy first minister, today denied claims that he had told Blair an apology from London over Bloody Sunday would be enough.
A STEADY increase of acrimony over Bloody Sunday is underway as publication of the report of the Saville Tribunal approaches.
A steady increase of acrimony over Bloody Sunday is underway as publication of the report of the Saville Tribunal approaches.
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