Photographer in Belfast describes colleague being shot
Police say about 700 people have been involved in a second night of sectarian violence near a Catholic enclave in east Belfast. A barrage of petrol bombs, missiles and fireworks were thrown at police lines, in what is being reported as the worst trouble in the area for a decade.
Three shots were fired in the lower Newtownards Road-Short Strand area but the gunman's target was not known.
A photographer was shot in the leg and police urged the media to stay away.
Another journalist who was nearby when his colleague was hit told the BBC what happened.
22 Jun 2011