Three 13-year-old boys were among several youths charged for taking part in loyalist riots in Belfast.
The teens were arrested during disturbances on Friday and Saturday against new restrictions on flying the Union flag.
Eight people were arrested and one police officer was injured and later released from hospital.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said that while a protest at City Hall yesterday passed off largely without incident, youths were involved in pockets of trouble in east Belfast and in Newtownabbey.
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