SOUTH BELFAST, DISORDINI A SANDY ROW
Petrol bombs have been thrown after disorder broke out in the Sandy Row area of south Belfast.
Police said they dealt with sporadic violence in the area on Sunday evening.
A PSNI spokeswoman said: “A number of petrol bombs and stones were thrown. It is not believed that anyone was injured.”
Police say they worked with community representatives in the loyalist area to restore calm.
“The area is quiet at present,” the spokeswoman added.