Published Monday, 13 August 2012
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Police said up to ten petrol bombs were thrown and a bus and van were hit when trouble broke out in the Bogside area at around 6.30pm on Sunday.
Officers were also attacked when they responded to the disorder.
A PSNI spokesperson said: "A number of youths were gathered but only a tiny number of these were involved in throwing petrol bombs. These actions were carried out by a very small minority."
No-one was hurt and calm was restored to the area at around midnight.
The violence came a day after the Apprentice Boys' annual Relief of Derry parade had passed off peacefully.
Last year's parade was followed by serious rioting in the Bogside, but this year local community groups worked hard to ensure young people stayed out of trouble.
"What happened last night was there was a number of young people in the area messing about and carrying on and taking part in anti-social behaviour," said Charles Lamberton.
"It was a wee bit more sinister because there were petrol bombs involved. But the suggestion that seven year olds were actually throwing petrol bombs I find really hard to believe."
Much work has gone into keeping trouble to a minimum, even avoided altogether.
Mr Lamberton continued: "The work has been going on all summer. We've been working with residents and particularly with parents to address anti-social behaviour particularly at times of tension when there is parading in the city."
Meanwhile the SDLP believes parents must take greater responsibility for their children.
Mark H Durkan MLA said: "Obviously it's not of that much concern to the parents of these children because they should know what's going on in their area and that their children by being out there and by being present while such activities are on-going are at risk of injury."