Northern Ireland

Teen charged with rioting in Ardoyne over Twelfth

Ardoyne rioting
Image caption Rioters burned cars during trouble in north Belfast

A 19-year-old man has been charged with rioting in north Belfast last month.

A PSNI spokesperson said that he handed himself in at Woodbourne police station on Saturday.

On Friday, police released images of a number of people they wanted to speak to in connection with the trouble over the Twelfth of July period.

Rioters clashed with police in the area after a contentious Orange parade was granted permission to march along the Crumlin Road past the Ardoyne area.