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Monday 24 November 2014

In pictures: Loyalists riot in Belfast city centre

Pacemaker Press 9/8/2013  Loyalists protesters riot at Royal Avenue  in Belfast City centre as Republicans  were to hold an anti-internment parade along Royal Avenue  on Friday evening. The Parades Commission had given permission for six loyalist protests against the parade.  The march started in north Belfast, it was  held to coincide with the introduction of internment in Northern Ireland in 1971.  Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 9/8/2013 Loyalists protesters riot at Royal Avenue in Belfast City centre as Republicans were to hold an anti-internment parade along Royal Avenue on Friday evening. The Parades Commission had given permission for six loyalist protests against the parade. The march started in north Belfast, it was held to coincide with the introduction of internment in Northern Ireland in 1971. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
A police officer is injured amid serious loyalist rioting in Belfast city centre
Police clash with loyalist protestors in Belfast city centre
A policeman is injured as loyalists riot in Royal Avenue
A car burns as police clash with loyalist protestors in Belfast city centre
Police clash with loyalist protestors in Belfast city centre
An injured police officer is treated during a clash with loyalist protestors in Belfast city centre
Loyalists protesters riot at Royal Avenue in Belfast City centre as Republicans were to hold an anti-internment parade along Royal Avenue on Friday evening. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 9/8/2013 Loyalists protesters riot at Royal Avenue in Belfast City centre as Republicans were to hold an anti-internment parade along Royal Avenue on Friday evening. The Parades Commission had given permission for six loyalist protests against the parade. The march started in north Belfast, it was held to coincide with the introduction of internment in Northern Ireland in 1971. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 9/8/2013 Loyalists protesters riot at Royal Avenue in Belfast City centre as Republicans were to hold an anti-internment parade along Royal Avenue on Friday evening. The Parades Commission had given permission for six loyalist protests against the parade. The march started in north Belfast, it was held to coincide with the introduction of internment in Northern Ireland in 1971. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 9/8/2013 A women in the middle as Loyalists protesters riot at Royal Avenue in Belfast City centre as Republicans were to hold an anti-internment parade along Royal Avenue on Friday evening. The Parades Commission had given permission for six loyalist protests against the parade. The march started in north Belfast, it was held to coincide with the introduction of internment in Northern Ireland in 1971. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 9/8/2013 Loyalists protesters riot at Royal Avenue in Belfast City centre as Republicans were to hold an anti-internment parade along Royal Avenue on Friday evening. The Parades Commission had given permission for six loyalist protests against the parade. The march started in north Belfast, it was held to coincide with the introduction of internment in Northern Ireland in 1971. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

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