Northern Ireland

Police release man over Ardoyne, north Belfast, murder bid

A 28-year-old man questioned about the attempted murder of police officers in north Belfast has been released without charge.

The man was arrested following violence in the Ardoyne area on 12 July.

A 45-year-old man arrested in north Belfast on Monday is still being questioned over the same offence.

Trouble flared in the area after two parades along a stretch of road dividing Catholic and Protestant communities.

Twenty police officers were injured in the violence and a number of shots were fired.