Bloody Sunday report given June 15th release date

The long-awaited report on the Bloody Sunday killings in Co Derry will be published on June the 15th.

14 people died after soldiers from the British Parachute Regiment opened fire on crowds during a civil rights demonstration on January the 30th, 1972.

Reporter Mark White the Saville enquiry has taken a very long time.

"12 years in the making, Lord Saville sat for 434 days in total, called about 900 witnesses and it cost - it's being estimated - about 200 million pounds" he said.