Belfast Roiled by Riots Violence has erupted in the Northern Ireland city of Belfast, with riots rocking city streets for three days. The violence began Saturday when police prevented the Protestant group the Orange Order from parading near a hard-line Catholic part of west Belfast.
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Belfast Roiled by Riots

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Belfast Roiled by Riots

Belfast Roiled by Riots

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Violence has erupted in the Northern Ireland city of Belfast, with riots rocking city streets for three days. The violence began Saturday when police prevented the Protestant group the Orange Order from parading near a hard-line Catholic part of west Belfast.

Guest:

Chris Thornton, political correspondent for the Belfast Telegraph