Northern Ireland violence: Why teenagers are rioting?

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    Violence in Northern Ireland has eased after a week of the worst rioting seen in decades.

    Brexit and claims that some groups broke coronavirus restrictions sparked the anger from pro-British unionists.

    And it is teenagers who are on the front line.

    Al Jazeera’s Andrew Simmons reports from Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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