Hundreds of anti-war protesters have staged a demonstration in Glasgow marking five years since the start of the conflict in Iraq.
Hundreds protested on the fifth anniversary of the war
The Scottish demonstration is part of a day of action in a number of cities throughout the UK and abroad.
The rally heard calls for troop withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as opposition to possible action against Iran.
Among the marchers was Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon died in Iraq.
She was leading a contingent of military families demanding that troops be brought home.
Mrs Gentle said: "The military families are here today to say this is five years and over the last five years we've lost a lot of our armed forces.
"It's five years now and it's time our boys came home and for Gordon Brown to set a date and say this is when they will be out of Iraq.
"We hope that he starts helping the families and injured and those with combat stress and the veterans."
Representatives from organisations including the Scottish Socialist Party, Solidarity, the Communist Party of Britain, EIS and Unison also took part in the march and demonstration.
The demonstrators set off from Blythswood Square and marched to Glasgow Green for a rally with speakers including Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn.
Ms Sturgeon said: "Five years ago, thousands of people marched through the streets of Glasgow to say no to an illegal war in Iraq.
"Five years on, people across Scotland and now the party of government in Scotland still say no to this illegal war.
"All of us opposed to this war must continue to campaign for it to come to an end, for an end to the loss of thousands of lives and for our troops to come home safely."
Other cities participating in the worldwide protest organised by the Stop the War Coalition include London, Washington, Beirut, Sydney and Seoul.
The Glasgow march was organised by the Stop the War Coalition Scotland.