Bloody Sunday prosecution decision in pictures

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Relatives of some of those killed on Bloody Sunday carried photographs of the victims in Londonderry on Thursday.
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Families of those who were killed held a press conference inside the Guildhall in Derry after the announcement that Soldier F was to be charged with murder.
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Families gathered outside The Museum of Free Derry, close to where the killings took place, holding images of the victims.
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John Kelly, whose brother Michael was killed, and Alana Burke, who was injured on Bloody Sunday, following the announcement.
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Kate Nash, whose 19-year-old brother William was shot dead, was comforted by campaigner Eamonn McCann.
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The Guildhall, where families gathered for a press conference, was also used for the Saville Inquiry into the Bloody Sunday killings.
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Before the public announcement was made, relatives of those who died attended a briefing with the Director of Public Prosecutions, Stephen Herron, at the City Hotel in Derry.
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Outside the Guildhall crowds of people gathered to show their support for victims' families.
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Sinn Féin vice-president Michelle O'Neill (left) and Foyle MP Elisha McCallion (centre) took part in a walk through the city along with SDLP leader Colum Eastwood along with victims' families.

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