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Montenegro: Two cars of daily Vijesti set on fire

14. July 2011. | 12:25 12:28

Source: Emg.rs, Tanjug

Two cars belonging to the Montenegrin daily Vijesti were set on fire in Podgorica early Thursday.

Two cars belonging to the Montenegrin daily Vijesti were set on fire in Podgorica early Thursday.

As it was released on the Vijesti online portal, the cars were parked across from the Montenegrin intelligence agency building.

Unknown persons poured petrol upon the vehicles, and then set them on fire, the daily writes.

The inquiry into this incident is underway.


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