Northern Ireland

Clifton Street Orange hall: Police treat attack as hate crime

Clifton Street Orange hall Image copyright PAcemaker
Image caption The hall has been attacked several times in recent years

Police are treating an attack on an Orange hall in north Belfast as a hate crime.

Paint was thrown over the front of the building on Clifton Street sometime overnight on Saturday.

Insp David McBride has appealed for anyone who witnessed the incident or anyone with any information to contact police.

The hall has been attacked several times in recent years.

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