Rioting engulfed the Short Strand district of Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday night, as pro-British loyalists and Irish republican residents of the area clashed for the second consecutive day.
Local police said that as many as 400 people participated in the
violence and that a news photographer was wounded in a shooting in one
of Belfast's most tense neighborhoods. In an effort to break up the
fights, police fired at least 66 plastic bullets but made only one
arrest: a young woman was detained on suspicion of possession of a
firearm and assaulting police.
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