Reuters reported "One British soldier to face murder charges over 1972 'Bloody..." on Thursday
 However, much of the material which was available for consideration by the Inquiry is not admissible in criminal proceedings, due to strict rules of evidence that apply, he said British troops subsequently withdrew from the province, but tensions still persist and a car bomb exploded outside Londonderry’s main courthouse in January Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles One former British soldier will be prosecuted for two murders in the "Blood...
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British soldier to face murder charges over 1972 'Bloody Sunday',... Director of Public Prosecutions for Northern Ireland, Stephen Herron said he was conscious relatives faced an extremely difficult day British troops subsequently withdrew from the province, but tensions still persist Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Former UK soldier to face murder charges over Bloody Sunday killings Shiels said that may ultimately be challenged in the High Court One of the wounded died months later from an inoperable tumour and some consider him the 14th fatality Relatives sought to right the wrongs of false claims that their loved ones had been armed PA UK Most Viewed in World Loading
One British soldier to face murder charges over 1972 'Bloody Sunday' The prosecutor found that there was sufficient evidence to prosecute Soldier F for the murder of James Wray and William McKinney and for the attempted murders of Joseph Friel, Michael Quinn, Joe Mahon and Patrick O’Donnell Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Former British soldier to face 'Bloody Sunday' charges On Sunday, January 30, 1972, British troops opened fire during an unauthorized march in the Bogside, a nationalist area of Londonderry They killed 13 people and wounded 14 others, one of whom died later Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
One soldier to face charges over Bloody Sunday killings In respect of the other 18 suspects, including 16 former soldiers and two alleged Official IRA members, it has been concluded that the available evidence is insufficient to provide a reasonable prospect of conviction The image of a Catholic priest waving a blood-stained handkerchief as he tried to help a victim to safety on January 30 1972 was broadcast around the world