Martin McGuinness calls for 'independent' tribunal


As a report is due into the killings of Bloody Sunday, Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has called for an ''independent, international tribunal'' into the events of the past.

Thirteen people died when British soldiers opened fire on civil rights marchers in Londonderry on 30 January 1972.

The Saville Report has already been made available to the families' legal teams.

Martin McGuinness told reporters it was time to ''get real'' and ''talk about everybody's past''.

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