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Bosnia rocked by third day of anti-government unrest

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Protesters in Bosnia set fire to government buildings and fought with riot police on Friday as anger over unemployment and political inertia fueled a third day of the worst civil unrest in the country since a 1992-95 war. In the northern town of Tuzla, protests over factory closures turned violent for a third day. Demonstrators stoned and torched the seat of the local authority and clashed with police. Trapped by the flames, some leapt from windows, a Reuters photographer said. At least eight people were injured, police said, including two police officers, one of them seriously. Meanwhile, teargas and smoke blanketed downtown Sarajevo, where police opened fire with rubber bullets on several thousand protesters who set fire to the headquarters of the capital's cantonal government. A government building in the central town of Zenica was also set alight, local media reported. Protesters, many of whom heeded calls

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