All Northern Ireland's primary parties have condemned the rioting, in spite of the fact that they are separated over its causes. More than 50 police officers have been harmed and 10 individuals arrested as a result of rioting over the past 10 days, in several towns and cities over Northern Ireland.
Violence including gangs of individuals as young as 12 begun on 29 March in an area of Londonderry that is a loyalist. In favor of keeping Northern Ireland as a part of the United Kingdom.
The rioting has generally seen loyalist young people throwing bricks, firecrackers, and petrol bombs at lines of police officers and vehicles. But on Wednesday night the fighting raised into sectarian clashes over a so-called peace wall in west Belfast that separates overwhelmingly Protestant loyalist communities from transcendently Catholic nationalist communities who want to see a united Ireland.
Whereas there are no clear signs the unrest is being coordinated by an organized group, the violence has been concentrated in areas where criminal gangs connected to loyalist paramilitaries have a significant impact. There's increasing evidence that senior figures in associations such as the Ulster Defence Association and Ulster Volunteer Force are permitting the inconvenience to continue.
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