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A masked youth prepares to throw a petrol bomb at police in the Ardoyne Area of North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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A nationalist attacks police in the Ardoyne area of North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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Irish nationalist rioters attack Police Service of Northern Ireland officers with water cannon in North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July, 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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Irish nationalist rioters attack Police Service of Northern Ireland officers with water cannon in North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July, 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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A nationalist attacks police in the Ardoyne area of North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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A masked youth prepares to throw a petrol bomb at police in the Ardoyne Area of North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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Irish nationalist rioters burn a hi-jacked car in the Ardoyne Area of North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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Flame rises from a car as it was set ablaze by Irish nationalist rioters in the Ardoyne Area of North Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, July, 13, 2010. Northern Ireland leaders condemned Irish nationalist rioters Tuesday who wounded 82 police officers during two nights of street clashes sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority. (AP Photo/Liam Mc Burney)

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Nationalist protesters brandish the Irish tricolour flag during clashes with police in Belfast, Northern Ireland, late Monday July 12, 2010. Police struggled Monday overnight till early Tuesday, to quell rioting by Irish Catholic nationalists in several parts of Northern Ireland following a day of mass Protestant parades, an annual event that often pushes sectarian animosity past boiling point. (AP Photo)

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Nationalist protesters build barricades across the street during clashes with police in Belfast, Northern Ireland, late Monday July 12, 2010. Police struggled Monday overnight till early Tuesday, to quell rioting by Irish Catholic nationalists in several parts of Northern Ireland following a day of mass Protestant parades, an annual event that often pushes sectarian animosity past boiling point. (AP Photo / Niall Carson, PA)

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A car explodes in front of a line of police cars as nationalist protesters clash with police in Belfast, Northern Ireland, late Monday, July 12, 2010. Police struggled Monday overnight until early Tuesday to quell rioting by Irish Catholic nationalists in several parts of Northern Ireland following a day of mass Protestant parades, an annual event that often pushes sectarian animosity past boiling point. (AP Photo / Niall Carson, PA)

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A Orange Order march is escorted by Police Service of Northern Ireland officers past the Ardoyne Area of north Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday, July 12, 2010. Police battled Irish nationalists for control of a Belfast road Monday as a day dominated by peaceful Protestant parades across Northern Ireland turned violent when night fell. (AP Photo)

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A man lies injured after Nationalist protesters clashed with the Police Service of Northern Ireland in the Ardoyne Area of north Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday, July 12, 2010. Police battled Irish nationalists for control of a Belfast road Monday as a day dominated by peaceful Protestant parades across Northern Ireland turned violent when night fell. (AP Photo)

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Police and nationalist protesters clash before an Orange Order march in north Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday July 12, 2010. Police battled Irish nationalists for control of a Belfast road Monday as a day dominated by peaceful Protestant parades across Northern Ireland turned violent when night fell. (AP Photo / Niall Carson, PA)

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Police Service of Northern Ireland officers fire plastic baton rounds after coming under attack from petrol bombs thrown by Nationalists in the Ardoyne Area of north Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Monday July 12, 2010. Police battled Irish nationalists for control of a Belfast road Monday as a day dominated by peaceful Protestant parades across Northern Ireland turned violent when night fell. (AP Photo)

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Police remove nationalist protesters before an Orange Order march in north Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Monday July 12, 2010. Police battled Irish nationalists for control of a Belfast road Monday as a day dominated by peaceful Protestant parades across Northern Ireland turned violent when night fell. (AP Photo)

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ASSOCIATED PRESS Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland holds up the trophy after winning the U.S. Open golf tournament Sunday, June 20, 2010, at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Calif.

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ASSOCIATED PRESS Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland hits a drive on the 14th hole during the fourth round of the U.S. Open golf tournament Sunday, June 20, 2010, at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Calif.

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John Kelly, the brother of Michael Kelly who was shot dead on Bloody Sunday 1972 reacts after leaving the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. Relatives of 13 Irish demonstrators shot to death by British troops on Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday celebrate the publication of a fact-finding report into the 1972 atrocity _ in which soldiers shot unarmed, often fleeing civilians in the back.British Prime Minister David Cameron has apologized on behalf of his country for the slaughter of 13 Catholic demonstrators in the Northern Ireland town of Londonderry, an outrage that became known as "Bloody Sunday." (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

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John Kelly, the brother of Michael Kelly, who was shot dead on Bloody Sunday in 1972, reacts with relatives o fother victims, after leaving the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. Relatives of 13 Irish demonstrators shot to death by British troops on Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday celebrated the publication of a fact-finding report into the 1972 atrocity - in which soldiers shot unarmed, often fleeing civilians in the back. More than 1,000 residents tearfully welcome the 12-year conclusions of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, beamed live on a massive TV screen in front of Londonderry's city hall, as British Prime Minister David Cameron apologized for "unjustifiable" killings - some 38 years after an initial British probe branded the dead as gunmen and bombers. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)