Detectives investigating the deadly "Bloody Sunday" shootings in Northern Ireland have arrested a former British soldier, authorities said Tuesday.
British troops shot dead 13 unarmed Catholics protesters during a January 30, 1972 march in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Another later died from his wounds. The day came to be known as "Bloody Sunday" and one of the most violent incidents in four decades of sectarian conflict.
19:00 Georgia police dispatcher fired over DUI arrest says she was 'very drunk'20
16:47 Police investigate west Houston hit-and-run crash12
13:15 Spirit Airlines employee accused of stabbing co-worker with a scissors28
00:06 SEE IT: Train passenger yells racial slur at Asian passenger24