The prosecution of Soldier F for murder on Bloody Sunday in Derry is to resume.
Earlier this year, the High Court in Belfast overruled a decision to drop charges against the former paratrooper.
26 unarmed civilians were killed in Bloody Sunday on the Bogside of Derry on January 30th, 1972.
Northern Ireland's Public Prosecution Service has announced that the prosecution against the British armed forces member known as Soldier F will continue.
The High Court in the North said the charges shouldn't be dropped earlier this year, and the PPS tried to appeal it to the UK Supreme Court.
The prosecutor says it's reviewed its decision.
Soldier F is accused of the murders of James Wray and William McKinney, as well as five counts of attempted murder.