Annual Northern Ireland Unionists march stirs tension

It is one of the most divisive days in Northern Ireland's calendar, when Unionists celebrate their Protestant heritage.

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    It is one of the most divisive days in Northern Ireland's calendar, when Unionists celebrate their Protestant heritage.

    But Republicans want the province to be part of a united Ireland and accuse them of using the event to stir tensions.

    There are even more challenges this year because the province is in political limbo.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Belfast.


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