Portadown, Northern Ireland Loyalist Protestants hold their Drumcree Sunday parade through the streets of Portadown in Northern Ireland. Violent clashes between Protestant parade goers and the Catholics who live in that neighborhood have been the norm during this annual event. Liane Hansen speaks with Kevin Cullen, London Bureau Chief with the Boston Globe, from the parade route along the Garvaghy Road.
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Loyalist Protestants hold their Drumcree Sunday parade through the streets of Portadown in Northern Ireland. Violent clashes between Protestant parade goers and the Catholics who live in that neighborhood have been the norm during this annual event. Liane Hansen speaks with Kevin Cullen, London Bureau Chief with the Boston Globe, from the parade route along the Garvaghy Road.