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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# Bogside

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Derry police investigate 'hate incident' after Soldier F placards burned on Bogside bonfire
British Soldier F faces charges over his role in the killings of two people on Bloody Sunday in 1972.
Free Derry sign graffitied with support for British soldier facing prosecution for Bloody Sunday murders
Soldier F is set to be charged with the murder of two people killed on Bloody Sunday in 1972.
'After 47 years, this is a moment': Anxious wait for families before Bloody Sunday announcement
“Putting a soldier in jail wouldn’t make me happy whatsoever,” Kevin McKinney says, whose father was shot dead in 1972.
'A miracle officers weren't injured' - Police say Derry rioters tried to murder them
Disorder broke out in the city for the sixth night in a row.
Shots fired at police officers in Derry as violence flares before Orange marches
Petrol bombs were also thrown at police.
Love and respect as Martin McGuinness made his final journey through the town that loved him so well
Derry was brought to a standstill by the funeral of one its most important sons.
Young children involved in attacking vehicles in Derry last night
Children as young as seven were involved in disturbances in the Bogside area of the city.
Bloody Sunday: Victims' families gather for 40th anniversary
Some relatives are calling for the soldiers involved in the 1972 massacre to be prosecuted.
UK agrees to pay compensation to Bloody Sunday victims' families
The country’s Ministry of Defence has confirmed it will make payments over the killing of 13 unarmed protesters in 1972.
Four arrested after night of petrol bombs and hijackings in Derry
A mother and daughter were dragged from their car during one hijacking incident.
Final Bloody Sunday commemorative march to take place
Officials have said that the annual march to remember the 1972 tragedy is no longer necessary because of the findings of the Saville report – however, some relatives of the victims say they still want to mark the day.