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John Paul Magennis, 32, was said to have returned to the Ardoyne Fleadh brandishing the blade following a suspected bullet wound to his leg.
YOUNG people were playing music in the streets and the Taoiseach was walking around as more than 200,000 fans flocked to Drogheda for yesterday's Fleadh festivities.
Grand Central will host another incarnation of the event - Liverpool Fleadh, which will host some of the acts which were due to appear at Feis.
He's the Yorkshireman who has become an honorary Irishman by following the moveable annual musical feast that is the Fleadh (it's pronounced flah) around Ireland since 1974.
| Sunday sees a celebration of Irish music when the Midland Regional Fleadh Cheoil takes place in Princethorpe College, near Leamington.
Following the tournament, the Kentz Fleadh Cheoil kicked into gear.
Drawn together after "jamming" during a music session at the All-Ireland Fleadh in August 2002, their sound features the twin duelling accordions of Sean Og Graham and Damian McKee, along with four-times All-Ireland bodhran champion EamonMurray and pianist Liam Bradley.
I had a good laugh at it after a few pints of the black stuff at the Fleadh Ceoil in Donegal - a very British thing to do you'll agree.
WIN tickets to Britain's biggest Irish roots rock festival - the famous Fleadh in London's Finsbury Park!
But the Warrington Fleadh, a special package of community events which in previous years has focused on an Anglo-Irish sharing of cultures, will not take place.
The Corrs - Lansdowne Road features the promo video for their recent No.1 single Breathless, plus two live tracks from Fleadh 2000.