Violence in Belfast
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Police condemn 'savage' Belfast parade trouble

Forty-seven police officers have been injured in riots surrounding a republican band parade in Belfast.

They were attacked with petrol bombs, fireworks, bricks and bottles during hours of disorder at Carlisle Circus.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) officer in charge of the operation, Chief Supt George Clark, branded the violence "savage".

He added that those responsible would be "held to account for their actions".