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September 14, 2014

Photos of the weekend

A boy marches with a flute band during a pro-Union rally in Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday. About 12,000 Protestant loyalists from Northern Ireland and Scotland marched through central Edinburgh in an emotional show of support for keeping Scotland in the United Kingdom.

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