Update 2018-07-12: Riots again erupted in Londonderry, particularly in the Bogside area, overnight Thursday (11/12 July, local time). Protesters hurled stones and petrol bombs at the police and against buildings owned by Protestant Unionists. Burning road blockades were also erected.
During riots on Tuesday evening (10 July, local time), automatic weapons had been fired at the police in Londonderry. Riots had also occurred in eastern Belfast, where several cars were set on fire. Two police officers and a civilian had been injured on Monday evening (09 July, local time).
Parades of Protestant groups are announced for Thursday (12 July).
Belfast Telegraph, Reuters
2018-07-11: On Tuesday (10 July) there were clashes between police and demonstrators in Londonderry in Northern Ireland. Shots were fired and petrol bombs were thrown. No one was harmed. This is the fifth night in a row in which riots take place. This is due to planned parades of the Pro-British "Orange Order", which will be held throughout Northern Ireland in the next few days.
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