Police struggled Tuesday to quell rioting by Irish Catholics in several parts of Northern Ireland following a day of mass Protestant parades, an annual event that often pushes sectarian animosity past the boiling point. Police and politicians accused Irish Republican Army dissidents of orchestrating the violence following Monday’s province-wide marches by the Orange Order, a British Protestant brotherhood loathed by the province’s Irish Catholic minority.

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