PSNI to study social media after violence

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The PSNI Chief Constable has appealed to politicians to choose their words carefully and to use their influence to try to reduce tensions.

Matt Baggott also pledged that those who used social media sites to orchestrate violence will face criminal charges.

BBC Newsline's home affairs correspondent Vincent Kearney reports.

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