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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 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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