Montenegrin police clash with protesters over Orthodox Church leader’s inauguration

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Riot police clashed with protesters in Montenegro, who blocked roads and rallied against the installment of a new leader of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Despite the violence, the church said the ceremony will go on as planned.

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