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Sunday 10 December 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Marches

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Shots fired at police officers in Derry as violence flares before Orange marches
Petrol bombs were also thrown at police.
Sinn Féin member reports hate crime after election posters placed on bonfire
An injunction preventing more material being added to four bonfires has also been broken ahead of the lighting of these fires this evening.
Thousands march over Malawi's plans to legalise homosexuality
The peaceful marches were organised by Catholic and evangelical churches.
Poll: Do you ever go on protest marches?
Do you take to the streets?
Fifty years ago today, protesters marched on Selma and changed the course of history
Within months, segregation and voter suppression would be illegal.
Photos: The world rallies in support of French terror victims
Large crowds gathered in a number of Irish cities to pay tribute to victims of the terror attacks.
People marched against water charges in Waterford and Jobstown today
Gardai say there were no public order incidents at either protest.
Almost 100 anti-water charges protests planned across the country
It is the second day of action by the Right2Water group.
Irish protests to be stepped up today as Gaza conflict escalates
More than 800 Palestinians and 36 Israelis have died since the start of the conflict, over two weeks ago.
Ardoyne 12 July march passes off peacefully
The Orange Order has said it wants peace during today’s events. Bonfires (pictured) were lit to celebrate 11th Night last night.
In pictures: today's ICTU protest marches across the country
Large numbers turned out in cities and towns across the country, with a crowd of 25,000 people confirmed in Dublin alone.
Column: The Troubles may have quietened, but the trauma lives on
Although the peace agreement came into effect in 1998, the pain didn’t stop for many, writes Richard Barklie.
Column: Surely Loyalist marchers want a better image than this?
The violence during parades in Belfast last weekend have David McCann pondering the need for Unionism to appeal to Catholics as well as Protestants.
Two arrested over attacks on PSNI officers in Ardoyne
The men have been arrested by police investigating the attempted murder of officers during the Twelfth Night incidents.
Four men charged over 12 July violence in Belfast
At least 10 shots were fired at police in Ardoyne last night.
GALLERY: Thousands march across European cities against austerity cuts
Marches took place across Spain as well as in Paris, Athens, Lisbon and Brussels, with hundreds at a demo in Dublin.