The city of Londonderry in Northern Ireland is marking the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, when British troops fired on unarmed civil rights marchers, killing 13. Friends and family of those killed gathered on Sunday in remembrance. The massacre, one of the worst in British history, was one of the most defining events of the Northern Irish conflict, fueling decades of violence in the region. ITV correspondent Neil Connery reports.
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