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Belfast violence: Police attacked in second night of trouble

14 July 2013 Last updated at 01:32 BST

Police have been attacked with petrol bombs in north Belfast in a second night of violence in the city.

Petrol bombs, stones, bottles and fireworks are among the missiles thrown at officers in the Woodvale area.

An additional 400 police officers from around the UK have been brought into Northern Ireland, following clashes which erupted after police enforced a ban on an Orange Order march.

Chris Buckler shows the scale of the police response to the latest violence.

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