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Montenegrin Police Fire Tear Gas to Break Up Opposition Protest

Police in Montenegro on Saturday fired tear gas for the second successive weekend to break up about 5,000 protesters who marched on the parliament demanding the resignation of veteran Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic and snap elections. The rally began peacefully but turned violent after demonstrators tried to break through a police cordon at the parliament building, hurling stones, flares and an incendiary device, a Reuters reporter at the scene said. Interior Minister Rasko Konjevic...

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