Northern Ireland

Larne trouble: Police release two men being questioned

A house that was damaged in Knockdhu Park in Larne
Image caption A crowd of 100 loyalists took part in what the police described as a "rampage" in Larne

Two men arrested by police investigating disturbances in Larne, County Antrim, last month have been released without charge.

The men, aged 36 and 31, were arrested under the Terrorism Act on Monday.

During the violence on 30 March, a crowd of up to 100 people, many of them masked, attacked police, residents and homes.

Police have blamed a faction of the loyalist Ulster Defence Association.

One man was seriously injured and a police officer suffered an eye wound during the violence.

Another 36-year-old arrested on Sunday has been released unconditionally. Two other men, both 35, who were arrested over the weekend, were also released.