IRA veteran Dolours Price, whose death is not believed to be foul play, is at the heart of a lawsuit between Boston College and Northern Irish police over the release of tapes on her time in the IRA.
Monday night's violence in Protestant east Belfast broke out soon after a meeting of the Belfast City Council.
Today's report said Northern Irish police colluded in a loyalist paramilitary's murder of high-profile lawyer Patrick Finucane, though it did not find an 'overarching state conspiracy.'
On Monday loyalists, angered over the removal of the British flag from Belfast City Hall, protested, throwing rocks, fireworks, and in one case a homemade bomb, at police.
A motion in Belfast to stop flying the British Union flag year-round touched off the riots, but the issues run deeper.
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One of the two men arrested, alleged republican militant Colin Duffy, has been charged with multiple murders over the past two decades, although he was never successfully convicted.
A team of experts is set to issue recommendations on how to clarify once-staunchly Catholic Ireland's abortion laws, spurring both pro-life and pro-choice groups to take to the streets.
Amid riots this summer by both loyalists and republicans, and with fears of more to come Saturday, some say the peace process itself has formalized seasonal violence.