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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Riots

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# Baltimore
10 of the most viral moments from the Baltimore riots
Baltimore residents have been coming together to defend and clean up their city.
# Baltimore
A Baltimore mother dragging her son out of riots has taken over the internet
She gave him some wallop.
# Love Ulster
Gardaí met with Willie Frazer over his plans to march in Dublin
He has reportedly been given the green light.
# Trouble
Egyptian police and football fans clash leaving dozens dead
According to state media in the country, ticketless supporters fought with police after being refused entry.
# Willie Frazer
The Love Ulster organisers want to come back to Dublin
The march attracted riots on O’Connell Street in 2006.
# michael brown
Clashes continue in Ferguson as cop who shot teen says he "did his job right"
Protests have been taking place across the US.
# East Belfast
Homes attacked, petrol bombs thrown in third night of Belfast disorder
Police says it is lucky nobody has been hurt.
# Umbrella Revolution
Protesters in Hong Kong have retaken their protest camp
Protesters are angry at what they see as China’s interference with Hong Kong’s independence.
# Riots
Two wounded by gunfire as violence ramps up in Ferguson protests
Riot police fired tear gas into the crowd and seven people have been arrested overnight.
# Ferguson
Stores looted after police say slain US teen is robbery suspect
The shooting of an unarmed black teenager has led to rallies, protests and rioting in the town.
# Finglas
Gardaí still at scene of Cappagh Road standoff
Gardaí could not confirm if any arrests have been made.
# Takeover
Thai army seizes power in military coup
General Prayut Chan-O-Cha made the announcement in a televised address to the nation today.
# Fight night
Bombs and boxers on this week in Civil War-era Dublin
This week in 1923 saw an extraordinary boxing match emerge amid the chaos of the Irish Civil War.
# Riots
As Kiev barricades burn, the EU mulls sanctions against Ukraine
At the Winter Olympics in Sochi, shocked Ukrainian athletes were stopped from wearing black armbands to mourn the dead.
# Protests
Two killed in Ukraine clashes
Ukraine’s long-running political crisis reached a new phase last week after President Viktor Yanukovych pushed through harsh anti-protest legislation.
# Mark Duggan
Killing that sparked London riots was lawful says UK jury
Mark Duggan did not have a gun in his hand at the time he was shot by police in August 2011.
# Nope
Footage of Dublin riots used as scenes of Norway in American TV show
Someone on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. team doesn’t care much for accuracy.
# tensions
Martin McGuinness: The past few weeks have not been good for Northern Ireland
The Deputy First Minister also criticised the DUP – his coalition partner – for abandoning plans to develop the Maze prison into a conflict resolution centre.
# Northern Ireland
PSNI release photos of people wanted over Belfast riots and disorder
The police have released the photos of men who they say were involved in serious public disorder.
# Parades
Call for six-month ban on 'contentious' parades in Northern Ireland
Violent scenes and riots in recent months have led the Police Federation for Northern Ireland to suggest the ban.
# Belfast Riots
Parades Commission chairman hits out at Belfast riots
Peter Osborne said that there were people who felt they were “not bound by their responsibilities to adhere to the law”.
# Riots
In pics: 26 PSNI officers injured in violent clashes in Belfast city
The disorder began when police attempted to block part of the route for the Anti-Internment League parade.
# Belfast
PSNI officers hospitalised following Belfast rioting
The violence began following a Loyalist protest to Republican anti-internment march.
# Student Protest
Gardaí gave 'misleading' information to Ombudsman on student protest
The Ombudsman was investigating complaints about the behaviour of four gardaí at the protest in 2010.
# Parade
Appeals for calm in Belfast ahead of Orange Order parade
The parade is due to take place at 2.30pm today.
# North Belfast
Parades Commission tells Orange Order: You can't march through Ardoyne
In a decision announced this evening, the Commission said it had received no representations from unionists ahead of Saturday’s march.
# Petrol Bombs
Petrol bombs, paint bombs and fireworks seized in Belfast
There were disturbances in several areas with fireworks and missiles thrown at police but overall there were less incidents than previous nights.
# violent scenes
Fifth night of Belfast violence
A number of petrol bombs thrown at police and two vehicles set on fire.
# Belfast
Gilmore condemns 'appalling' attacks on police in Belfast
The Tánaiste said he believed most members of the Orange Order would not condone the violence or the burning of the Irish flag.
# Belfast
McGuinness: People were 'wound up by those who should know better'
The Deputy First Minister has urged sensible, measured, positive and constructive solutions in Belfast.
# Belfast
Police knocked unconscious by rioters 'wielding swords and missiles' in Belfast
One officer has a suspected broken jaw and a number of people have been arrested.
# Animals
'Now, where are those females?' This Attenborough-narrated hooligan clash is perfect
It’s a jungle out there.
# China
China state media says 27 killed in riots
Police shot 10 rioters after nine of their colleagues were allegedly killed in the clashes.
# Confederations Cup
Brazil to deploy elite police following mass demonstrations
200,000 have taken part in rallies against lavish government spending, a year before the country is due to stage the World Cup.
# In Pictures
Does it spread? 22 powerful images of civil unrest takes a look back at some of the violence and protests seen across the world in the past three years.
# Turkey
Turkish PM maintains hard stance as protests enter fourth day
The hackivist group Anonymous took down several Turkish government websites last night, condemning the “censorship of social media and other communication” methods.
# Turkey
Anti-government protests rage for second day in Istanbul
Anti-government protests also spread to other cities.
# you told us
Top readers' comments of the week
Here’s our round-up of the best, the most interesting and the most commented-on pieces from the past week. Did you make it in?
# Riots
Swedish riots 'should serve as a wake-up call' for Ireland
The Integration Centre said that many of the same issues in Sweden exist here and that policymakers must act to address this.
# Sweden
Parents patrolling streets help deter Stockholm rioters
Since the 1980s, Nightwalkers have made their presence known to young people gathering in the streets.