US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemned the recent violent protests by loyalists against the decision by councillors in Belfast to fly the Union Flag on selected days of the year, saying there could be "no place for violence in the new Northern Ireland."
"There will always be disagreements in any democratic society, people have strong feelings but you must not use violence as a means of expressing those strong feelings"
Hillary Clinton wanted to be President but she became America's top diplomat instead. Her job was to reset US relations around the world.
Hillary Clinton condemned a wave of street violence in Northern Ireland during a state visit to Belfast.