Serbia: Belgrade rocked by anti-government protests
10 June 2023 | 12:00 pm
Protesters returned to the streets as President Aleksandar Vucic ignored their calls to resign. The latest rallies come amid public anger following two deadly mass shootings.
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Following the arrest of three Kosovar officers in Serbia, the US has repeatedly called for their release. But public prosecutors are pushing ahead with charges, further raising tensions.
Kosovo's prime minister said he was relieved that his officers were back with their families, but called for Serbian "aggression" to be held to account.
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