None was posing any threat of causing death or serious injury. In no case was any warning given before soldiers opened fire ... We have concluded that none of them [the British soldiers]fired in response to attacks or threatened attacks by nail or petrol bombers. No one threw or threatened to throw a nail or petrol bomb at the soldiers on Bloody Sunday.
We must give a voice to the victims of rape in war - We must not forget the children born of rape during war nor the mothers who bore them, writes Lejla Damon
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