A man and two teenagers have been arrested in Belfast during protests over the Union flag controversy.
The PSNI said a 30-year-old man was arrested in east Belfast on suspicion of disorderly behaviour and provocative conduct.
Two teenagers, aged 15 and 18, were also detained on suspicion of riotous assembly.
The protests in east Belfast have ended and all roads have reopened to traffic.
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.