BBC News NI in pictures: July to September 2018

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July: Contractors, protected by police, remove material from a bonfire site on the Albertbridge Road on 11 July. The bonfire at Cluan Place was dismantled after concerns were raised that it posed a significant risk to people and property in the area.
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Friends and family attend the funeral of William Dunlop. The 32-year-old was killed in a motorcycle crash during practice for the Skerries 100 road races in County Dublin.
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The annual Twelfth of July parades get under way, with tens of thousands of Orangemen and women taking part in celebrations across Northern Ireland.
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August: Lord Mayor of Belfast, Deirdre Hargey takes part in the annual Belfast Pride parade.
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The Vatican estimated that 300,000 people flocked to Phoenix Park in Dublin for the Mass to close the World Meeting of Families.
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The historic Bank Buildings, which housed Primark, was destroyed in a blaze that took several days to extinguish.
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September: The new £90m Glider bus service launched in Belfast. The purple buses, which run along two routes in the city, hope to attract more people on to public transport.
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A fan makes their way to the Game of Thrones Winterfell Festival in Castle Ward, Downpatrick, County Down.
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Paddy Barnes makes his way towards the ring for his bout with Cristofer Rosales for the WBC Flyweight world title at Windsor Park, Belfast.
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September: The first named storm of the season, Storm Ali, brought gusts of up to 65mph causing disruption and damage across Northern Ireland.