Members of the far-right Loyalist National Defence League (NDL) attempted to disrupt a Bloody Sunday memorial march in Glasgow on Saturday.
Police attempted to keep the two groups apart as rival protesters hurled abuse at each other as the parade took place. The march was temporarily halted several times after protesters blocked the parade route. One man was seen being detained by police, who said two people were arrested in total.
The parade was organised by a group remembering the 13 people who were shot dead by the British military in the Northern Ireland town of Derry during a protest march on January 30, in 1972.