Hundreds of people have attended a march through the streets of Derry-Londonderry to commemorate the 47th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.
Thirteen people were shot dead when members of the Parachute Regiment opened fire on civil rights demonstrators in the Bogside in 1972.
A fourteenth person died later from his injuries.
Organisers say today’s rally focused on the role of top British officers.
The are demanding that army chief Sir Michael Jackson, second in command on the day, be jailed.
The march comes just days after prosecutors considering bringing charges against former paratroopers over Bloody Sunday were told one of the soldiers has died.
Kate Nash’s 19-year-old brother William was killed that day.
Her father Alex was shot and injured going to his injured son’s aid.
She said she will never give up the fight for justice:
Kate Nash will join hundreds of marchers commemorating the anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Derry-Londonderry this afternoon. Her 19-year-old brother William was killed in the tragedy, and her father Alex wounded. She says she will never give up the fight for justice. pic.twitter.com/8Owcuovb86— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) 27 January 2019
The march began at the Creggan Shops at 2.30pm and took the original route of the 1972 demonstration.