A boy sits with British paratroopers who are resting after overnight patrols near Garvaghy Road in Portadown, Northern Ireland, Thursday. Police searched the pasture where Orange Order marchers are pro-testing a ban on a parade through a Catholic neighborhood. More than 20 people were arrested. About 300 people massed at a police barrier overnight, and some threw bombs at police and soldiers. Army specialists were summoned to deal with several suspected bombs. A spokesmen for the marchers said they are prepared to extend their 11-day protest until they are allowed to march.