UK: MOD will pay compensation to the relatives of Bloody Sunday victims

The Ministry of Defence is preparing to pay compensation to relatives of those killed or injured by soldiers on Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland.

Fourteen people died after paratroopers opened fire in January 1972 during a civil rights protest in Londonderry.

Prime Minister David Cameron has already apologised to victims and said the shootings were wrong.


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