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Montenegro: protests continue despite violence

Montenegro: protests continue despite violence
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Several thousand people continued their protests in the capital of Montenegro on Sunday evening, calling on the government of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic to resign.

Security was tightened after protests in Podgorica on Saturday descended into violence. Stones were thrown and police responded with tear gas.

The government has been accused of corruption, undemocratic practices and election fraud.