Hundreds of members of the Apprentice Boys of Derry organisation took part in their annual parade today.  

The event is the last major parade of the loyalist marching season in the North.

The march passed off peacefully.

Meanwhile a republican march also passed off peacefully in Belfast this afternoon.

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Several hundred people and one flute band from the Anti-Internment League paraded to Belfast city hall where several speeches were made.

Those taking part included members of the political party Saoradh.

A small number of loyalists staged a protest as the parade made its way down Royal Avenue.

A substantial number of PSNI officers were on duty in the city centre as the march was taking place.