RUC USE WATER CANNON AGAINST NATIONALIST DURING RIOTS IN NORTH BELFAST.
Royal Ulster Constabulary police use water cannons during riots with
nationalists in North Belfast prior to a Orange Order parade passing a
nationalist catholic area, on the "The Twelfth of July", the climax of
the Protestant marching season in, Northern Ireland July 12, 2001. A
number of police officers were injured during a late evening riots
close to the Crumlin road. Pro-British Protestants held parades all
over Northern Ireland to commemorate the victory of William of Orange
over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.