MAN TO FACE COURT OVER TROUBLE OVER BLACK PARADE TROUBLE IN BELFAST

A MAN IS to face Belfast Magistrates Court next month charged with affray after trouble flared at a loyalist parade in north Belfast two months ago.

The charge relates to disorder on Donegall Street, just off the city centre, during a contentious Royal Black Institution Parade on 25 August.

As is normal, the charge will be reviewed by the Public Prosecution Service.

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