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Friday, 7 July, 2000, 21:07 GMT 22:07 UK
Picture gallery: Drumcree dispute
Violence has spread across Northern Ireland since an Orange Order march at Drumcree was banned from a nationalist area.

Hundreds of Orange Order members outside
Orange Order members at Drumcree Church - banned from a nationalist area

Women and children make their way past a burning vechicle in Belfast city
The ban has prompted violence across the province

Masked rioters attack police and soldiers in Bruce Street, Belfast
...And masked rioters attack police and soldiers in Belfast

Security forces move in with water cannons against protestors at Drumcree
Security forces used water cannon against protestors at Drumcree

A car lies burnt out by the road in Belfast
The aftermath of the protests has been damage and destruction

British Soldiers on Drumcree bridge with the new security barrier in place
Earlier in the week, soldiers erected the first barriers at Drumcree

A soldier finishes a barrier in a nationalist area of Portadown
More barriers have gone up to block access to nationalist areas in Portadown

Soldiers put razor wire in place in fields at Drumcree
Soldiers put razor wire in place in fields at Drumcree

A child watches soldiers crouching in a nationalist area of Portadown
On Garvaghy Road itself, soldiers are patrolling once more

Grafitti proclaiming there will be no march on the Garvaghy Road
But the stand-off is no nearer resolution

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