Glasgow News / Photojournalism
Two people have been arrested and a police officer injured after a Republican march was met by a counter-protest Loyalist group in Glasgow.
The parade, organised by the West of Scotland Band Alliance, was temporarily halted three times in the city centre.
It was held to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, when 13 people died after British soldiers opened fire on demonstrators in Derry in 1972.
The National Defence League had urged loyalists to block the Glasgow march.