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Police, Catholic rioters clash in Northern Ireland

2010-07-13 03:03:21 GMT2010-07-13 11:03:21 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A Nationalist throws a missile at police in the Ardoyne area, north Belfast July 12, 2010. Nationalists in Northern Ireland attacked police with petrol bombs and other missiles during parades by the pro-British Orange Order on Monday, witnesses said.

Cars burn during Nationalist rioting in the Ardoyne area of North Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 12, 2010.

Police dressed in riot gear remove Nationalists blocking the Crumlin Road in the Ardoyne area, north Belfast July 12, 2010.

Police and nationalist protesters clash before an Orange Order march in north Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday July 12, 2010.

Police and nationalist protesters clash before an Orange Order march in north Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday July 12, 2010.

A Nationalist throws a missile at police in the Ardoyne area, north Belfast July 12, 2010. Nationalists in Northern Ireland attacked police with petrol bombs and other missiles during parades by the pro-British Orange Order on Monday, witnesses said.

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