Belfast building set alight by nationalist youths in bonfire dispute

Belfast building set alight by nationalist youths in bonfire dispute

Video: Youths riot in Markets and Divis following removal of bonfire wood

A former credit union building in west Belfast has been set alight during rioting linked to the seizure of bonfire material by the city council. Nationalist youths torched the building in the Divis area of the city on Monday evening in disturbances

The former credit union building in the Divis area of the Lower Falls, west Belfast. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye. Northern Ireland. Belfast building set alight by nationalist youths in bonfire dispute. Police attacked and cars vandalised or set … . Police in the North have called for “calm to remain” after cars and a disused building were set on fire in Belfast. The PSNI dealt with what it described as “localised disorder” in the Markets, New Lodge and North Queen Street areas on Monday into … . A number of cars were torched by youths and petrol bombs were thrown at police. By Michelle Hennessy Tuesday 8 Aug 2017, 8:15 AM. Tue 8:15 AM 12,036 Views 44 Comments. http://jrnl.ie/3534772. Share2 Tweet Email. The disorder broke out after wood
GANG of rival youths rioted at an interface in north Belfast on Monday night as violence raged across parts of the city over the removal of bonfire material in the Markets area. Police, cars and property were targeted by youths in nationalist areas of … . Dramatic photographs of cars and a building in flames feature on the front pages of all the local newspapers. It follows violence in nationalist areas of Belfast in the run-up to Tuesday's anniversary of the introduction of internment. The Irish News …

Video: Youths riot in Markets and Divis following removal of bonfire wood

Belfast trouble: Credit Union building torched in Divis just hours after cars are set ablaze in Markets area

Belfast trouble: Credit Union building torched in Divis just hours after cars are set ablaze in Markets area

Video: Youths riot in Markets and Divis following removal of bonfire wood

Video: Youths riot in Markets and Divis following removal of bonfire wood

Extra police patrols are being deployed in Belfast after a series of attacks on officers, cars and property by youths in nationalist areas of the city. The trouble began on Monday after council contractors removed material from an anti-internment …

Belfast Police Officers Attacked And Cars Torched Amid Anger Over Bonfire Wood Removal

POLICE patrols have been stepped up after violence flared in parts of Belfast yesterday following the removal of bonfire material by the council. A building on the Falls Road was torched after 10pm last night and youths attempted to hijack buses in the …

Police patrols to be increased across Belfast in bid to curb violence

Police have called for calm after officers were attacked and cars torched by a group of young people in masks in Belfast. The violence in the mostly nationalist Markets area came after wood from a republican bonfire was removed by the council yesterday.

Belfast trouble: Credit Union building torched in Divis just hours after cars are set ablaze in Markets area

Anti-internment bonfires lit amid extra police patrols

Anti-internment bonfires lit amid extra police patrols

A car on fire in North Queen Street in north Belfast before anti-internment bonfires were lit. Picture by Jonathan Campbell. CLAIRE SIMPSON. 08 August, 2017 23:59. Topics. anti-internment bonfire · bonfire · George Hamilton · Markets · New Lodge. . The former credit union building in the Divis area of the Lower Falls, west Belfast. Text Size: A A A. Guardian News and Media/Belfast. A former credit union building in west Belfast was set alight during rioting late on Monday linked to the seizure of …

Belfast Police Officers Attacked And Cars Torched Amid Anger Over Bonfire Wood Removal

Belfast Police Officers Attacked And Cars Torched Amid Anger Over Bonfire Wood Removal

Workers from Belfast City Council were deployed in the Divis and Markets areas of Belfast yesterday to clear up the debris from Monday night's disorder. Picture by David Young, PA Wire. Andrew Madden. 09 August, 2017 01:00

A derelict credit union and cars were set alight and police officers attacked on Monday. The removal of wood from a bonfire site in the Markets area near the city centre by Belfast City Council-hired contractors triggered disorder. Bonfires are due to … . Rioters who torched a Credit Union building in west Belfast last night blocked roads to prevent firefighters reaching the blaze. The rampage of destruction came just hours after youths burned out cars and threw petrol bombs in another republican area …

Police patrols to be increased across Belfast in bid to curb violence

Police patrols to be increased across Belfast in bid to curb violence

Police have appealed for calm after officers were attacked and cars torched by masked youths apparently angered by the removal of wood from the site of a nationalist bonfire in Belfast. The disturbances in the Markets area, close to the city centre …

Belfast trouble: Building and cars set alight as youths throw petrol bombs and stones

Police have been attacked and cars set alight by masked youths during hours of disorder in the predominantly nationalist Markets area of Belfast. A number of vehicles were set alight and others were damaged by stones and paint in the Stewart Street …

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