23 police officers and an MP were among those injured during a night of fierce violence in Northern Ireland.
Twenty-nine police officers were injured during sectarian riots between republicans and loyalists in east Belfast today.
The union flag will be raised at dawn over Belfast City Hall for the first time since the dispute began last month.
Four improvised 'blast bombs' and a pipe bomb packed with nails have been thrown towards police lines in north Belfast.
– Police Service of Northern Ireland spokeswoman
Police are currently dealing with public disorder in the Lower Newtownards Road area of east Belfast this evening.
At least four blast bombs and several petrol bombs have been thrown at police. There are no reports of any injuries at this stage. Water cannon has been deployed and one AEP (attenuated energy projectile) round has been fired by police.
Police would appeal for calm in the area and would call on those with influence to do what they can to help restore calm."
Violence has erupted in east Belfast with at least four improvised explosive devices thrown at police.
Several petrol bombs were also hurled after disturbances broke out but there were no reports of any injuries, the Police Service of Northern Ireland said.
At least one plastic bullet was fired and water cannons have been deployed to quell the disorder.
It is the fourth consecutive night of trouble in parts of Belfast.
Police have warned that more people are expected to be arrested once video footage is analysed, as riots continued in Belfast for a third successive night.
At least six petrol bombs and other missiles were thrown at police on Sunday night.
Cars along with industrial bins were also set alight in north Belfast as clashes continued.
The Police of Northern Ireland said one officer had been injured in the riots, which stem from a decision to ban a Orange Order parade passing through the nearby republican Ardoyne area.
A special sitting of Belfast Magistrates' Court was held yesterday with plans in place to keep courts open if clashes continue.
Loyalist protesters have attacked police for a third successive night in Belfast.
Trouble again flared in the Woodvale Road area in the north of the city as the fall out from a decision to ban a controversial Orange Order parade passing through the nearby republican Ardoyne area continued.
Hundreds of loyalists were involved in a tense stand off with riot police throughout the evening, with disorder finally breaking out around 10.30pm.
Petrol bombs and a range of other missiles were thrown at police, who responded by firing baton rounds.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said one officer had been injured in the initial clashes.
There is a peaceful loyalist protest ongoing in north Belfast. On the other side of Ardoyne roundabout, a group of nationalists are watching on.
Ligoniel Orange Lodges said they were suspending protest. Yet Orangemen, and their banner, are at the top of Twadell Avenue.
Police are blocking the top of Twadell Avenue in north Belfast, following a white line protest.
A crowd of several hundred is refusing to move.
North Belfast MP Nigel Dodds is making a good recovery after being knocked out during the loyalist riots that hit his constituency in recent days, the Democratic Unionist Party said tonight.
The DUP deputy leader, 54, was struck by a missile thrown by a rioter and knocked unconscious for around 10 minutes as trouble flared in the Woodvale Road area on Friday.
As he lay prone on the Woodvale Road, Dodds was drenched by a police water cannon that was being deployed to subdue rioters.
The MP spent Friday night in hospital and was discharged early on Saturday.
"Nigel is glad to be back home and he's making a good recovery," said the DUP spokesman."He hopes to be back in his office within the next few days."
The police stand-off with loyalist rioters in North Belfast is coming to an end in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Police forces moved in to disperse the situation and the area is now relatively calm.
Baton rounds and water cannon are being used in north Belfast as police continue to come under attack by loyalists.