6 Sep. 2001
A CATHOLIC CHILD IS COMFORTED BY HER PARENTS AS SHE IS ESCORTED TO HOLY
CROSS SCHOOL IN BELFAST BY RIOT POLICE.
A Catholic schoolgirl is comforted by her parents as she is escorted to
Holy Cross School in north Belfast by riot police September 6, 2001.
Following yesterday's bomb attack on the schoolgirls, parents escorted
the young Catholics through police lines, past Loyalist protestors
blowing whistles and and shouting abuse, to their school on the mainly
Protestant Ardoyne Road. REUTERS/Paul McErlane