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The Northern Irish city of Londonderry commemorates one of the darkest days in modern U.K. history on Sunday when, 50 years ago, British troops opened fire without provocation on civil rights protesters.

The anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” comes with Northern Ireland’s fragile peace destabilized by Brexit, and with families of the victims despondent over whether the soldiers involved will ever face trial.

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