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UK Government ‘truly sorry’ for Ballymurphy deaths

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UK Government ‘truly sorry’ for Ballymurphy deaths

UK Government ‘truly sorry’ for Ballymurphy deaths

Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis says the government is "truly sorry" for the events in Ballymurphy, west Belfast in August 1971 in which 10 people were killed.

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