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By Jim Gibney (for Irish News)
A thumbs-up sign, shortly after 3.30pm, squeezed through the narrowest
of gaps in an upstairs window in Derry’s Guildhall, was the first
indication in almost 40 years that something of huge significance was
happening for the relatives of those murdered on Bloody Sunday.
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