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Four petrol bombs thrown on Belfast street

The incident happened just 24 hours after five petrol bombs were thrown at a nearby house.

Bryson Street (File photo)
Bryson Street (File photo)
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POLICE IN NORTHERN Ireland are investigating after four petrol bombs were thrown in east Belfast last night.

The incident happened on Byrson Street on Monday night, just 24 hours after five petrol bombs were thrown at a nearby house.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland said that no-one was injured in the attack and no damage was caused. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the PSNI.

Tensions are high in Northern Ireland with the beginning of the marching season, which traditionally sees an increase in confrontations between nationalists and loyalists.

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