In the recent firing live rounds in Belfast police has assumed the protester republicans to have the hand in the entire shoot. In this firing a press photographer was injured in the leg. He was shot on Tuesday night. Two other men had also got bullet wounds. There was unrest in the entire city after this firing.
The Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), which is the loyalist paramilitary group, was responsible for this mutiny as stated by the senior officers.
There were the blow of petrol bombs, bottles and bricks in the city. This was the first time the city has ever seen in its 10 years.
Loyalists and republicans have a cold fight at a notorious flashpoint in the east of the city. When the police tried to calm and handle the situation the police were also targeted and harmed.
On Wednesday there was a wall painting by a woman depicted two Ulster Voluteer Force members on the mainly Protestant Newtownards Road area of East Belfast. The woman, 20 was behind the bars for having such offensive weapon and also attacking the police.