Druids gather for the first time in more than a decade at Stonehenge, the 5,000-year-old monument in southwest England, early Sunday to celebrate the summer solstice. The Druids were banned from the prehistoric stone circle after a 1985 disturbance between police and the group. But Sunday, the Druids, who say they are modern representatives of an ancient Celtic order of priests, were allowed to witness the sunrise over the stones again. They blew horns and chanted while police watched.