Twenty six police officers have been injured during a night of riots in North Belfast.
Members of the PSNI came under attack from republicans and loyalists during violence linked to a nationalist parade through the area.
Bricks and stones were thrown at police lines as they separated the hostile factions. Three officers were taken to hospital. Police responded with water cannon.
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