Ireland the violence must stop in Ulster before there is a death, request Dublin
bus in Belfast set on fire
For days there have been in the Northern Irish capital Belfast Krawalle. More than 40 police officers have been hurt so far. Teenagers captured a double-decker bus and lit him. © Peter Morrison / AP / Picture Alliance Only a few debris are still left in the fire-set bus In a pro-British residential area of the Northern Irish capital Belfast, young people have brought a bus into their violence. They hurled fire rates against the vehicle that burned completely.
GB-Ireland-North: the violence must stop in Ulster before there is a death, request Dublin
by Jason Cairnduff
Belfast (Reuters) - the outbreaks of street violence registered in recent days in Northern Ireland must stop before there To have a death, said Thursday Irish Foreign Minister, urging the British provincial managers to work on the appeasement of tensions.
The North-Irish semi-autonomous government must hold an emergency meeting in the day to take stock of this climbing night incidents, marked by clashes between Protestants and Catholics and attacks against law enforcement .
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These riots intervene in a context of increasing dissatisfaction of loyalist activists, favorable to the retention of the Union between Northern Ireland and Great Britain and the mainly Protestant, vis-à-vis the customs controls established between the province and the province. Rest of the United Kingdom since Brexit last January.
"It must stop before someone is killed or seriously injured," said Irish diplomacy on Thursday, Simon Covevey, on the RTE public channel.
"These are scenes we have not seen in Northern Ireland for a very long time, they are scenes that many people thought belonging to history and I think a collective effort is needed to make the tension fall back . "
dozens of policemen have been injured in recent days in these incidents who have seen in Belfast, via rocket jets, bricks or molotov cocktails, groups of inhabitants on both sides and else "walls of peace" that divide the city between Catholic and Protestant neighborhoods since the first "disorders" in the province in 1969.
Northern Ireland: Quiet night in Belfast after a week of violence
© AP - Peter Morrison Carcass of a carcal car in the streets of Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 9, 2021. Belfast spent its first Quiet night for almost a week. The capital, as well as other cities in Northern Ireland, are agitated by the Loyalist communities, who hold their membership in the United Kingdom, because of the Brexit and a sense of abandonment on the part of the elites.
Friday's peace agreements, in April 1998, ended the conflict that did more from 3,000 dead in 30 years.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was "deeply concerned" by this resurgence of violence.
The whole North Irish political class has condemned the incidents whose loyal and nationalist parties - favorable to the attachment of the province to the Republic of Ireland and the mainly Catholics - have returned responsibility.
Sinn Fein and other nationalist courses accuse the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) of North Irish Prime Minister Arlene Foster to fuel tensions by his fierce opposition to new customs controls.
The DUP denounces a police decision not to have committed prosecutions against the nationalists of Sinn Fein for violation of barrier gestures against Cvid-19 at the funeral last year.
(with Padraic Halpin in Dublin, French version Jean-Stéphane Brush)
Northern Ireland. Pavers and Cocktails Molotov in Belfast which embraces because of Brexit .
© EPA / MAXPPP The police used an imposing water cannon when a group of men tried to force the barricade using the help of 'A vandalized car. Police and rioters continued to compete late in the night from Thursday to Friday in Belfast, where Brexit shakes a fragile balance between communities. Molotov stones and cocktails against water guns: Police and rioters continued to compete late at night from Thursday to Friday at Belfast , where the Brexit shakes a fragile balance between communities.