Northern Ireland flag protests and rioting continue
Twenty-nine police officers were injured at the weekend in rioting at east Belfast's Short Strand interface.
It followed a loyalist protest over the decision to restrict the flying of the union flag at Belfast City Hall.
Loyalist street demonstrations have been taking place for almost six weeks, since Belfast City Council voted to change its longstanding union flag policy on 3 December.
The PSNI estimated more than 4,000 people took part in street protests on Friday across Northern Ireland.
Some descended into rioting, with police attacked in Rathcoole in Newtownabbey, Carrickfergus in County Antrim and in east Belfast.
BBC Newsline's Conor Macauley looks back at the weekend's events.