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Orange Order march violence

Police were fired upon overnight after violence broke out in North Belfast following the annual Orange Order march passed through the Catholic area of Ardoyne. The PSNI said the parade passed peacefully.

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Police keep protesters away from Orange Order march

Police and community representatives stood between resident protesters and Orange Order marchers Credit: Press Association

A small number of nationalist residents clashed with police as the Orange Order parade made its way through the nationalist area of Ardoyne in North Belfast.

The event was largely peaceful but a number of Orange Order supporters shouted abuse at protesters.

The Orange Order march down the nationalist area of Ardoyne. Credit: Press Association

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