29/01/2013

20-Year-Old Arrested In Connection With East Belfast Disorder

A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with serious disorder in east Belfast.

Police are questioning the man about violence on the Albertbridge Road on Saturday, 12 January.

Trouble flared in the area between loyalists and nationalist following a union flag protest in the city centre.

Protests have been ongoing at city hall each weekend since the council took the decision to limit the days the union flag could be flown.

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