From the BBC report
Petrol bombs and other missiles have been thrown at police on a third night of violence in Belfast.
Officers came under attack at Brompton Park on Tuesday night, as groups of people gathered at the Ardoyne shopfronts and at Twaddell Avenue.
The Crumlin Road has been closed at Cambrai Street and water cannons are being used by police.
Youths have also blocked North Queen Street with a barricade across the road, while police are dealing with sporadic incidents in the Markets and Short Strand areas.
At Stewart Street, a bus has been damaged by stone throwers and an attempt has been made to hijack a car.
As I was saying, “So where do we stand on the “Cohesion, Sharing and Integration” strategy?”
Update From this morning’s updated BBC report
Up to six shots were fired at police during a third night of violence in north Belfast.
Petrol bombs and a pipe bomb were also thrown by nationalist rioters in the Ardoyne area. About 100 officers used water cannon and baton rounds.
Burning barricades were put in place and laser pens were shone at police. Some officers suffered minor injuries.
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