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Northern Ireland riots continue. British and Irish leaders call for calm

Northern Ireland riots continue. British and Irish leaders call for calm
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Northern Ireland riots: 14 police officers injured and three 14-year-old boys arrested during Belfast disorder

Northern Ireland riots: 14 police officers injured and three 14-year-old boys arrested during Belfast disorder

A further 14 police officers have been injured as violence continues to plague Northern Ireland’s streets. olice today appealed to parents, guardians and community leaders “to use their influence to ensure we do not see a repeat of such ugly scenes” after trouble flared in Belfast and Coleraine.

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Cudwieser
Cudwieser
April 10, 2021

A little correction. Ulster is not Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland is within Ulster. Ulster includes the counties of Northern Ireland add Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan. The last 3 were returned to the ‘Free State’ in 1921 and the rest remaining under the control of the crown. I agree things are complicated. Boris has been an idiot and the Unionist/Loyalist parties have been horribly sycophantic to Westminster without appreciating they should be calling terms in Northern Ireland acting as the middle man, setting their own terms of both sides (a shengen style set up possibly), but alas the unionists are too… Read more »

Greg
Greg
April 15, 2021

The linked article just talks in terms of mob violence, but there’s no discussion about or reference to the cause of the disturbances.

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