Gaza rally: Trouble at Belfast City Hall between rival protesters

protesters at Belfast City Hall The pro-Palestinian rally was taking place outside Belfast City Hall on Saturday when trouble broke out

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There have been scuffles between rival protesters during a pro-Palestinian rally in Belfast.

The rally, organised by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU), was taking place outside Belfast City Hall at about 15:00 BST on Saturday, when trouble broke out between pro-Palestinian supporters and loyalist flag protesters.

Some of those involved in an earlier flag protest had waved an Israeli flag.

Police separated the two groups.

No arrests were made.

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