The British prime minister issues an apology after a report into Bloody Sunday is published.
The Saville Report into the events of Bloody Sunday in Derry was published on 15 June 2010. The most expensive and longest-running inquiry in British history found that what happened on 30 January 1972, when soldiers opened fire on a civil rights march, killing 14 people, was unjustified and unjustifiable.
In his statement, prime minister David Cameron said:
"What happened should never, ever have happened....some members of our armed forces acted wrongly. The Government is ultimately responsible for the conduct of the armed forces, and for that, on behalf of the government, indeed on behalf of our country, I am deeply sorry."
Tommie Gorman reports from Guildhall Square in Derry, where thousands gathered to watch the statement live. Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness gives his reaction to Cameron's words.
An RTÉ News report from 15 June 2010.