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HILLSBOROUGH DISASTER

Justice at last

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Families depart Birchwood Park following the final verdict of the Hillsborough inquest on April 26 2016 in Warrington, England. Relatives of Liverpool supporters who died in Britain's worst sporting disaster gathered in the purpose-built court to hear the

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The names of the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the Hillsborough football stadium disaster are beamed onto the Radio City Tower in Liverpool city centre.

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St George's Hall bathed in red and white. A service will be held there on Wednesday.

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St George's Hall bathed in red and white. A service will be held there on Wednesday.

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Flowers are laid and candles are lit on the steps of St Georges Hall in remembrance of the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the Hillsborough football stadium disaster.

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Candles and flowers on the steps of St George's Hall, Liverpool.

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Photographs of the 96 victims of The Hillsborough disaster are displayed on the wall as family members attend a Hillsborough Justice Campaign Press Conference in Warrington, 26th April 2016.

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Liverpool Town Hall lit up by red light in rememberance of the 96.

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Liverpool Town Hall lit up by red light in rememberance of the 96.

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Relatives react after hearing the verdict at the coroner's court in Warrington.

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Fresh tributes adorn the Hillsborough Memorial outside Anfield.

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A moving day for many of those who lost family or friends at Hillsborough.

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Never forgotten...

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St George's Plateau, on Wednesday evening.

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