Protests continued on the streets of Belfast on July 14, following the annual July 12 parades in the area which sparked violence over the weekend. This video above shows Orange Order protesters chanting and singing during their march. And they were stopped by armed police on Ardoyne Road in this video. Credit: YouTube/impongo2
Video: WARNING: Strong Language - PSNI stop Orange Order protesters in north Belfast
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