Portadown, United Kingdom of Great Britain
ORANGEMEN MARCH FROM DRUMCREE CHURCH, PORTADOWN, NORTHERN IRELAND.
A parade by the Protestant Orange Order makes its way from Drumcree
parish church towards a police barrier blocking them 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.