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Crowds of local people joined a diverse range of activists and bands at
the Bloody Sunday March for Justice in Derry on Sunday. Relatives of those
killed and representatives from the wounded led the march, carrying 14
white crosses to symbolise those who lost their lives on Bloody Sunday.
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