VThe streets of Belfast were particularly quiet on Friday afternoon. “Normally, riots start at 6pm, and then things go awry in the evening,” Colin * explains behind the wheel of his taxi in his sixties. “Stop listening to the news” he listens to classical music. For the past week, clashes have been taking place every night, not only in Belfast, but in other cities in Northern Ireland. Unionist teenagers attack police.
Taxi approaches Donegal Road, a street separating a Catholic neighborhood (Republican-Nationalist, P …
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