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A forenics photographer photographs a burnt police patrol car outside Alliance Party MP Naomi Long's office in east Belfast, Northern Ireland on December 10, 2012 after a police officer was attacked by a masked gang of men with a petrol bomb. The windows of the patrol car were smashed and a petrol bomb thrown in while an officer was still inside the vehicle outside the offices of east Belfast lawmaker Naomi Long, a member of the non-sectarian Alliance Party who has been warned her life is under threat. Police said they were treating the attack as attempted murder in the latest violence to flare up in Northern Ireland over a decision by the city's council not to fly the British flag all year round. AFP PHOTO/ PETER MUHLY (Photo credit should read PETER MUHLY/AFP/Getty Images)
10 Dec 2012
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