Twenty-nine police officers were injured in Belfast today as they fought to break up sectarian clashes between loyalists and nationalists in the city.
The police faced a hail of bricks and fireworks on the latest day of protests, which have now lasted nearly six weeks.
ITV News Correspondent Emily Morgan reports from Belfast on a city where tensions are still running high tonight:
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.
Police were attacked for a third night, with frontline officers reportedly coming under gunfire as new loyalist trouble erupted in Belfast.