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IRISH DRUMCREE
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July 06, 2003 
Members of the Protestant Orange Order stand by a police barrier
blocking their parade from a Roman... 
Portadown, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
MEMBERS OF THE ORANGE ORDER STAND BY THE POLICE SECURITY BARRIER IN
PORTADOWN, NORTHERN IRELAND. 
Members of the Protestant Orange Order stand by a police barrier
blocking their parade from a Roman Catholic area in Portadown, Northern
Ireland, July 6, 2003. The annual parade, one of the most contentious
of the Northern Ireland marching season, passed off peacefully and was
followed by a service in memory of Northern Ireland soldiers who died
at the Battle of the Somme in the First World War. REUTERS/Toby
Melville

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