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Police Arrest 34 In Dublin As PM Says Rioters Brought ‘Shame’ On Ireland


Police said on Friday that the night of car burning and store looting that followed a knife attack outside a school in Dublin was of a “extraordinary” degree of violence unseen in decades.

The violence began on Thursday when a group broke through a police cordon near the scene of a knife attack that left three small children and the woman who was watching them injured.

Proceeding to set fire to buses and trams, groups proceeded to loot stores on O’Connell Street, one of Dublin’s most well-known thoroughfares.

Several Irish police officers were hurt in a continuing conflict with the group that raided the crime scene in Dublin on Thursday night, according to Garda Commissioner Drew Harris, who made this announcement on Friday at a press conference in the Irish capital.

As missiles were thrown at them, he claimed that “numberous other members injured” in addition to one officer suffering a serious injury.

“What we saw last night was an extraordinary outbreak of violence,” Harris said. “These are scenes that we have not seen in decades.”

According to Harris, “all lines of inquiry” are available to ascertain the reason behind the knife attack.

Thirteen shops were severely damaged or looted, according to Harris, who also said that 34 people were arrested following the “huge destruction” caused by the “riotous mob”.

Fearing that the violence would spread, a police cordon was erected late on Thursday night around Leinster House, the Irish parliament building.

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