Published Monday, 23 July 2012
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Police have come under attack from youths throwing missiles, including petrol bombs, and burning barricades have been used to block roads.
The violence is said to have been sparked by the removal of material intended for a nationalist bonfire.
"It needs to stop and stop now," PSNI Chief Inspector Gary Eaton said.
It’s been hell. It's terrifying.
Given the trouble outside homes in the Moss and Bracken Park areas, residents were too afraid to be identified - but one woman told UTV she was terrified living in her own home.
"You're afraid to sleep because they're throwing petrol bombs and you're afraid if the police come down this way and the petrol bombs hit the house," she said.
A bonfire has been lit in the area every August, but - particularly after the collapse last year which put those watching at risk - residents were surveyed and said they wanted the bonfire material removed.
One community worker told UTV that a minority of youths were simply using the bonfires as an excuse for anti-social behaviour.
"I think there a very small number of young people - five, six, seven young people of a certain age - who are involved in terms of vandalism and anti-community behaviour," Oliver Green said.
"And they use the mythical culture around bonfires as an excuse."
Two men, aged 18 and 43, have been charged so far in relation to the disturbances.
Police say more arrests will be made.
Officers have also warned that someone will be seriously injured if the violence continues.