Forty eight hours of rioting followed the disturbances at the civil rights march. Pat Sweeney reports from Derry city, which is now quiet again.
At least 80 people have been treated in hospital since the police broke up last Saturday's banned civil rights march.
Public opinion is largely that the scenes would never have taken place had the protest been allowed to take place. After all the violence, the problem remains the same. Eddie McAteer, Nationalist leader, says that a recurrence of the scenes of the last few days is always likely.