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Mourners walk in funeral procession for Mensur Dzekovic, who died during surgery for injuries after an explosion in the northern, Serb-dominated part of the ethnically divided town of Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo, on Friday. An explosion tore through a Serb protest in the town on Friday, fatally injuring Dzekovic and leaving about 11 others with shrapnel wounds. Kosovo police say they believe a hand grenade was thrown amid the 1,000 or so Serbs protesting the opening of a civil registry office run by Kosovo's majority ethnic Albanian authorities. (Associated Press)
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Mourners walk in funeral procession for Mensur Dzekovic, who died during surgery for injuries after an explosion in the northern, Serb-dominated part of the ethnically divided town of Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo, on Friday. An explosion tore through a Serb protest in the town on Friday, fatally injuring Dzekovic and leaving about 11 others with shrapnel wounds. Kosovo police say they believe a hand grenade was thrown amid the 1,000 or so Serbs protesting the opening of a civil registry office run by Kosovo's majority ethnic Albanian authorities. (Associated Press)

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