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McGuinness: 'Violence has no part in how we go forward'

Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness has said that Northern Ireland is in for a "fraught couple of weeks" and that violence has no part in how parties move forward on discussions over parades

He was speaking after unionist parties walked out of talks about contentious issues in Northern Ireland, after restrictions were placed on an Orange Order parade

The Parades Commission, which issues determinations on contentious marches in Northern Ireland, barred a 12 July Orange Order parade from returning along a part of the Crumlin Road in north Belfast that separates loyalist and nationalist communities.

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