Police have been injured as Trouble flares in north Belfast amid serious rioting.
At least three police officers have been injured after sectarian tension spilled over into violence.
Violence broke out between police and loyalists in the Woodvale area close to Ardoyne following the return leg of an Orange Order parade.
Bricks and bottles were thrown as officers attempted to hold back crowds of protesters.
Officers were pelted with bits of masonry, bottles and other missiles during clashes with loyalists.
Water cannon was deployed amid heavy rioting which broke out close to the north Belfast flashpoint.
The Police Federation has said officers "continue to be attacked by rioters in several parts of Belfast. A number of officers (all PSNI) injured."
The Parades Commission - the adjudicating body set up after the Good Friday Agreement peace deal - had banned marchers from a 300 metre stretch of the Crumlin Road past the nationalist Ardoyne area.
Three lodges from the Ligoniel area were able to walk the contested route this morning but were prevented from making the return journey.
Serious rioting has erupted after previous Orange Order evening marches in Ardoyne. Last year shots were fired at police who also came under sustained attack from petrol bombs thrown by republican protesters.
The trouble in north Belfast began after bands passed by St Patrick's Catholic church on their return leg.
Although there was no initial violence, tensions soon led to scuffles with police close to York Street.
It's understood a number of nationalists had spotted a crowd of bandsmen
A group ran towards the area before throwing police cones.
Police then mobilised and formed a barrier between the groups.
There are also reports of crowds gathering in the Lower Newtownards Road area of east Belfast.
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