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Belfast trouble: Police clashes for second night

14 July 2013 Last updated at 20:00 BST

Police have been attacked with petrol bombs in North Belfast, during a second night of violence over the annual Orange Order parades.

Trouble flared when police attempted to enforce a decision to ban a march from passing the republican Ardoyne area.

An extra 400 officers from around the UK have been drafted in following the clashes.

Chris Buckler reports.

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