Orange lodge bandsmen play as members of the Protestant Orange lodge march through the Nationalist Ardoyne area of Belfast, Tuesday July 12, 2011. Police say 22 officers have been injured during a ... more 
Orange lodge bandsmen play as members of the Protestant Orange lodge march through the Nationalist Ardoyne area of Belfast, Tuesday July 12, 2011. Police say 22 officers have been injured during a night of Catholic rioting in Belfast in advance of mass parades by Protestants. Several hundred Catholic men and youths threw about 40 Molotov cocktails during overnight assaults on police lines. A hijacked bus was driven at one police position but crashed into a fence. Police said they fired 51 plastic bullets and doused rioters with blasts from mobile water cannons. They said the officers' injuries were mostly minor. The marches commemorate Prince William of Orange's 1690 Battle of the Boyne victory over Catholic King James II. (AP Photo/Colm O'Reilly) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Colm O'Reilly
Tue, Jul 12, 2011 5:53 AM EDT