July 12 2010
At least 27 police officers were hurt Sunday night in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during a march by the Protestant Orange Order met by Catholic protesters, CNN reports.
The celebration is historically marked by tension between Catholics and Protestants.
About 200 people rushed into the streets minutes before midnight, throwing objects at police, officials said.
Police said explosives were among the projectiles. Three officers were reportedly injured by shotgun pellets. ...
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