Tomorrow is a day of mourning in Kosovo, in honor of the murdered policeman
This is the moment when the Serbian terrorist was found murdered in the north of Kosovo
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Armed and masked, Kurti takes photos of the group that is attacking the Kosovo Police
The Serb protests continue, they demand the removal of the mayors and the Kosovo police
The local Serbs in the north of Kosovo continue today for the fifth day in a row. Protests are being held in Zveçan, Zubin Potok and Leposaviq.
The demands of the Serbs are that the mayors, after the April 23 elections, withdraw from the municipalities with a Serbian majority, as well as the special units of the Kosovo Police.
Speaking from Bratislava, Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti rejected their demands, but left open the possibility of new local elections.
The Kosovo Police announced yesterday that the protest was initially peaceful, but in the afternoon some people threw stones at three Kosovo Police vehicles. As a result of the attacks by heavy vehicles, a police officer was injured.
"Also, during today's protest, some media/journalists were obstructed and attacked, as well as their vehicles were vandalized by individuals/criminal groups. Obstructing journalists on duty violates the right to expression, information and freedom of the press," the police announced.