January 30 marks 50 years since British paratroopers killed 14 civilians in Northern Ireland.
How long do we have to sing the song about Bloody Sunday, asks the leading character Bono in the rock band U2. And still singing.
Bloody Sunday has become the very symbol of the sharp and irreconcilable contradictions during the civil war The Troubles in Northern Ireland. The war lasted from the late 1960s until the Good Friday Agreement in 1998.
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