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Sunday, 8 July, 2001, 13:06 GMT 14:06 UK
In pictures: Bradford violence
Tensions are running high in Bradford after a night of violence.

Two people were stabbed and 36 people arrested during clashes between Asian and white youths in Bradford.

A total of 120 police officers were injured in the violence.

Burned out BMW car showroom
The clean-up operation is underway in Bradford

Bradford violence
A firefighter surveys the damage at a burned out BMW showroom

Mohammed Amran outside the Manningham Labour Club
Mohammed Amran, of the Commission for Racial Equality, outside the Manningham Labour Club

Manningham area of Bradford
Wrecks of burned out cars litter the streets in the Manningham area of Bradford

Hundreds of youths gather in front of a line of police vans
Hundreds of youths gather in front of a line of police vans

Police in riot gear try to quell the disturbance as smoke plumes for a burning barricade
Police in riot gear try to quell the disturbance as smoke plumes for a burning barricade

Find out more about the violence in northern England during the summer of 2001


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