Protesters block roads in Serbia to criticize mining plans

Protesters block roads in Serbia to criticize mining plans

Thousands of protesters have gathered in Belgrade and other Serbian towns and villages to block roads and bridges despite police warnings and an intimidation campaign launched by authorities against the participants.
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