Fifth night of violence in Belfast flag row

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Violence has erupted for a fifth night in east Belfast, as protests continue over plans to limit the days the union flag flies over City Hall.

The disorder began close to the nationalist Short Strand area as loyalists returned from a protest at the city hall.

Petrol bombs and bricks were also thrown during rioting on Robbs Road in Dundonald on Monday evening, as Mark Simpson reports.

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