Northern Ireland

Two teenagers charged after Armagh loyalist band parade

The loyalist band paraded through Armagh on Saturday night
Image caption The loyalist band paraded through Armagh on Saturday night

Two 18 year olds have been charged with disorderly behaviour and using threatening language during Saturday night's loyalist band parade in Armagh.

They are due to appear at Armagh Magistrates' Court next month.

A 17-year-old boy and a 44-year-old man will also be reported to the Public Prosecution Service for public order offences.

On Tuesday the Parades Commission upheld a decision to allow the Cormeen flute band to march through the city.

This was despite opposition from nationalist politicians.