Belfast rioting: Violence flares close to Belfast peaceline

Police officers have been injured after several hours of rioting in west Belfast.

It was the sixth night of violence in Northern Ireland, a period during which 55 police officers have been hurt.

Petrol bombs were thrown and a bus set on fire during the disorder.

The police said several hundred people threw petrol bombs in both directions at a "peace wall" interface between the loyalist Shankill Road and the nationalist Springfield Road.

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