Ireland Petrol bombs thrown at police in third night of violence in Derry

11:46  10 july  2018
11:46  10 july  2018 Source:   thejournal.ie

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Shortly before 22:00 BST, three petrol bombs were thrown into the mainly Protestant Fountain, one of which ignited, before police were attacked with petrol bombs , bricks and bottles. On Sunday night , police said there was another attack on the Fountain estate.

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Londonderry, Northern Ireland. © Catalyst Images Londonderry, Northern Ireland. POLICE IN DERRY had over 25 petrol bombs, rocks and other debris thrown at them in the third night of disorder in the city.

Three people were injured in the violence – a woman and two male police officers – in the city’s Bogside overnight. Three people have been arrested.

File photo. © PA Archive PA Images File photo. A 16-year-old boy has been charged with disorderly behaviour, assault on police, resisting police and possessing offensive weapon in a public place. He is expected to appear before Londonderry Magistrates Court later this morning.

Two men, a 20-year-old and a 50-year-old were also arrested last night. Both remain in police custody at this time.

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More than 30 petrol bombs and missiles were thrown at PSNI officers during a night of violence in Derry . Members of the public and police officers were attacked in the Fountain estate interface and Nailor’s Row at around 10pm on Saturday.

As police were deployed, 30 petrol bombs were thrown at officers. Filming for the third series of First Dates Ever wanted to explore the famous Friends set? More than 30 petrol bombs and missiles were thrown at PSNI officers during a night of violence in Derry .

A woman was injured after she was struck on the head with a stone and two officers were injured after they were struck with bricks. A car was set on fire during the early hours of this morning and the Leckey Road was closed for a period of time after pallets were placed across the road and set on fire.

Derry panorama seen from city walls.  Derry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. © Catalyst Images Derry panorama seen from city walls. Derry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. Speaking about last night’s disorder and the ongoing issues in the City, Chief Inspector Alan Hutton said:

“We are disappointed that some people decided to continue the public disorder in the Bogside last night, despite the clear message from the community earlier.

“This morning, following the disorder in the Bogside area of the City last night, we have two officers and a member of the public injured. I am very proud of how my colleagues stood in the face of danger, working to bring this situation under control but I am saddened and angry that again we find ourselves subject to serious violence from the communities we serve. Let me be clear, we have made three arrests last night and with a robust criminal justice strategy in place, there will be more.

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the government.Protestant marchers, unhappy because authorities ruled they could not walk along a stretch of road that divides the two communities, started throwing bricks and bottles at police on Friday.The force responded with water cannon and rubber Petrol prices increased by Rs7.5.

More than 30 petrol bombs and missiles were thrown at PSNI officers during a night of violence in Londonderry. Deputy mayor of Derry , Derek Hussey, described the attacks as “pure sectarian hatred”. “This is a small Protestant community whose very existence is an affront to a section of

View of Ferryquay Street from the top of the wall. Derry, United Kingdom. August 6, 2017 © Catalyst Images View of Ferryquay Street from the top of the wall. Derry, United Kingdom. August 6, 2017 “The local community needs to see a resolution to this issue now. Collectively, we cannot afford to wait and we cannot have night after night of violence on our streets. Following three nights of disorder, we have a number of police officers who are no longer available to deliver their core policing duties, protecting the communities they serve.

“And the huge impact on our City cannot be ignored. As we strive to promote our positive image, the negative effect of these violent pictures on jobs, tourism and investment cannot be underestimated. We do not want to take a backward step. I urge all those with influence to urgently use it to bring a resolution to the violence and work towards a longer term solution for the issues affecting this area.”

The violence comes just days before the 12th, traditionally a major flashpoint in the North.

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