Two men in court on Ardoyne riot charges
Two men have been charged with riotous assembly connected to Ardoyne disturbances on the 12 July.
On Saturday, Belfast Magistrates Court heard police claims that Hugh Black, 27, of New Lodge Road, was captured on CCTV film and in photos.
They said he was seen throwing a stone during trouble at the Ardoyne shops in north Belfast on 12 July.
Black's solicitor said his client denied the charge. Mr Black was remanded in custody.
Nineteen-year-old Thomas Dunwoody of Crimea Court in the Lower Shankill, appeared in court charged with the same offence.
He was also accused of throwing a stone during the Twelfth trouble in north Belfast.
The court heard that Mr Dunwoody, who denies the charge, has no previous convictions.
The teenager was released on bail with an electronic tag. A curfew and alcohol ban were also imposed.
Both men are due to appear in court again on 6 September.