Northern Ireland

Teenager charged with east Belfast riots

Six police officers were injured in the trouble
Image caption Six police officers were injured in the trouble

A 17-year-old boy has been charged with rioting in east Belfast on 1 July.

He is expected to appear before Belfast Youth Court on 12 October.

Six officers were injured as missiles were thrown and vehicles were damaged following a "mini Twelfth" parade.

The trouble was not as serious as rioting which broke out in the same area in June and police said it had not been orchestrated.