Two police officers have been injured in violence during a loyalist flag protest in Belfast city centre.
A heavy police presence tackled around 200 people who gathered in the Shaftesbury Square area of the city.
A water cannon was used to disperse crowds of people when bottles and missiles were thrown at police officers.
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