Opposition members of Kosovo’s parliament released teargas during a parliamentary session on Thursday to protest an EU-brokered deal that allocates more power to Kosovo’s local Serb communities. MPs have now smuggled and released teargas during every parliamentary session for the past six months.
When the teargas failed to delay proceedings for more than 10 minutes, MPs attempted to forestall the session by pointing a red laser at the interior minister’s face, throwing water at Prime Minister...
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