Serbia: Thousands rally in Belgrade for environmental causes
19 September 2021 | 11:38 am
The protesters have called on the Serbian government to cut ties with the Rio Tinto lithium mining firm and demanded new regulations to protect nature.
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Police have arrested a man suspected of killing eight people in the second mass shooting in Serbia in just two days. They hunted for the attacker as the country mourns.
More people have been killed in a second gun attack in Serbia, immediately after a bloodbath at a school in Belgrade. The country is in shock, and its people are casting about for reasons.
Serbians took to the streets to demand better security and the resignation of top officials after two mass shootings, including one at a school, in recent days.
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Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Belgrade for a third time to protest over violence. Protesters are calling for the resignation of the interior minister and the head of intelligence.
The rally was organized by Moldova's government, which seeks to join the EU by 2030. Moldova has accused Moscow of trying to sabotage its membership bid.
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Clashes broke out as demonstrators tried to prevent a newly elected ethnic Albanian mayor from entering his office in the Kosovar town of Zvecan. A police car was set on fire and tear gas was used to disperse the crowd.
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.
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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