Nine anti-war protesters who have been occupying the Londonderry offices of the defence company, Raytheon have been arrested by police.
Nine people occupied the offices on Wednesday
They have been taken to police stations in the city and in Coleraine.
The Derry Anti-War Coalition had been throwing computer equipment and documents out of first floor windows.
The protesters claimed "weapons manufactured by Raytheon were being used by Israel to bomb Lebanon".
The company is a leading weapons manufacturer, although it has said its Derry operation is involved in software for air traffic control systems.
The facility was previously occupied by people demonstrating against the use of Raytheon weapons in Iraq.
Raytheon, a US firm, makes the Patriot, Tomahawk, Cruise and Sidewinder missiles.
However, the company has said its Derry operation is limited to software development and not the physical manufacture of weapons.
Nine people occupied the offices on Wednesday morning, with about 20 protesting outside with placards.