Northern Ireland Police Chief Calls for End to ‘Orchestrated’ Attacks as New Wave of Violence Erupts

Dozens of Northern Irish police officers were inured over the Easter weekend when loyalists clashed with law enforcement officers due to growing dissatisfaction with post-Brexit arrangements and a decision not to punish politicians from the main opposition Sinn Fein party for flaunting COVID restrictions.

New incidents of violence were reported in Northern Ireland through Monday evening, despite calls for appeasement from local police, according to The Guardian.

The paper reports that new outbreaks of violence were witnessed in Carrickfergus town, near the capital Belfast, while photos show that a car and a digger were set alight in the Waterside area of Derry.

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