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Murder charges against British soldiers for Bloody Sunday
Because of the alleged killing of protesters will be held accountable to a British soldier in front of court. The North informed the Irish office of the public Prosecutor, and 18 more Suspects would be acquitted. Background the events on "Bloody Sunday" in 1972, are shot and killed, as the British soldiers of 14 protesters. the

A British soldier has to answer for the killing of protesters during the Northern Ireland conflict on the so-called "Bloody Sunday" of 1972 before the court. The man with the code name "Soldier F" will charged with the murder of James Wray and William McKinney, as well as for attempted murders of four other protesters. This is the North informed the Irish public Prosecutor's office. The other 18 Suspects, including 16 British soldiers and two members of the terrorist organization classified "Irish Republican Army" would not be accused of lack of incriminating Material.

On the 30. In January 1972 it came in the Northern Ireland city of Londonderry, the to 17. Century, Derry was called, and of Irish Republicans even today, so-called, to conflicts between the Catholic-Republican demonstrators and the British army. Overall, the soldiers shot and killed fourteen people, among them many minors. Some fled straight and were shot in the back. At least fourteen others were injured.

fear of violence

The good Friday agreement is considered to be the core of the extremely difficult peace process in Northern Ireland. For 30 years Catholics and Protestants had fought in the Northern Irish civil war, approximately 3600 people were killed. The Catholics had demanded a withdrawal of the British troops, which they described as occupying forces, and the reunification of the Republic of Ireland with the Kingdom belonging to the Northern part of the island. As the laboriously negotiated on good Friday 1998 was signed, the paramilitaries of the IRA on the Catholic and various militias on the Protestant side of their weapons. But although Ireland and Northern Ireland are politically and humans grew together, the fear of violence. Cathrin bare far

In a first investigation of the events was the certified recklessness" Protect ", but otherwise the Version of the soldiers confirmed to have armed opponents shot. The investigation was criticised as "belittling", 1998, a new Commission was established.

in 2010, recognised the then British Prime Minister, David Cameron, the debt of great Britain officially apologized on behalf of the British government. The British soldiers fired first and the fire at unarmed, fleeing people opened at the end of civilians. Previously

The Brexit and the possibility of a hard border between the Republic of Ireland and the British part of the country Northern Ireland, the tensions in the border area to rise again. In Derry/Londonderry was exploded in January, a car bomb, an Irish nationalist splinter group claimed responsibility for the bombing. On the island, the fear is increasing, with a non-Brexit apply could flare-up of violence.

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