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July 10, 2003 
Loyalists youths put the finishing touches to a large bonfire pile in
the lower Shankill Road area of... 
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
YOUNG LOYALISTS PUT THE FINISHING TOUCHES TO A LARGE BONFIRE NEAR LOWER
SHANKILL ROAD IN BELFAST. 
Loyalists youths put the finishing touches to a large bonfire pile in
the lower Shankill Road area of west Belfast, Northern Ireland, July
10, 2003, ahead of celebrations which will take place on Friday and
Saturday. As Northern Ireland approaches the peak of the volatile
marching season, there is cautious hope that a quiet summer on the
streets could help revive the stalled peace process. The night of July
11 and morning of July 12 are part of celebrations marking the victory
of Protestant King William of Orange over Catholic King James at the
battle of the Boyne in 1690. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

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