Mourners ‘kiss’ coronavirus infected bishop at Montenegro funeral
02 November 2020 | 9:00 am
Mourners in Montenegro have kissed the body of a bishop in his open casket after he died from the coronavirus. Serbian Orthodox cleric Amfilohije had led liturgy and anti-lockdown protests.
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