Police attacked and cars vandalised or set on fire in Northern Ireland violence over ban on anti-internment tradition

Police came under attack from petrol bombs, bricks, stones and other missiles on Monday evening in central Belfast after republican youths rioted over the seizure of bonfire material in a nationalist district of the city.

Up to 20 cars were vandalised, with at least two vehicles set on fire during the disorder, which lasted several hours.

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