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Topic - montenegro
Police in Montenegro fired tear gas to repel anti-gay extremists who threw rocks and firebombs at officers protecting a gay pride march Sunday, officials said. About 60 people were injured.
Minority groups in Arizona are pushing back against a state law that forbids abortions based solely on the sex or race of the baby, saying it unfairly targets black and Asian women.
They turned soccer stadiums into battlegrounds and then fought real wars.
In a story Feb. 24 about the launch of phones using the Firefox web browser, The Associated Press reported erroneously that 13 phone companies around the world have committed to supporting the phones. The figure is in fact 18.
Mozilla, the non-profit foundation behind the popular Firefox Web browser, is getting into phones. But it's not stopping at Web browsers _ it's launching an entire phone operating system.
When the game got tight, the experienced U.S. men's water polo team didn't.
Since D.C. United kicked off its 2012 campaign with a revamped roster, one key personnel question has lingered over the club: Is Branko Boskovic in for the long haul or will the pricey midfielder be making an early exit?
Built up as the player to strengthen England's attack, Wayne Rooney is trying to downplay the impact he can make at the European Championship.
Wayne Rooney is ready to play at the European Championship after being sidelined with a two-match suspension.
Another war is brewing in the Balkans. Recently, Serbia's voters elected a new president. Ultranationalist Tomislav Nikolic narrowly defeated the liberal, pro-European Union incumbent, Boris Tadic. Mr. Nikolic's victory means the Balkans may be plunged into ethnic violence again.
Rescuers have pulled a 5-year-old girl alive from the rubble of a house flattened by a massive avalanche that killed both her parents and at least seven of her relatives in a remote mountain village in southern Kosovo.
The young man wore a long beard and pants that stopped above his ankles. He sprayed the U.S. Embassy in Bosnia with machine-gun fire.
In his new book, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych shares his dreams about the future of his country. But are they his?
Wayne Rooney will miss the entire group stage of the 2012 European Championship after receiving a three-game ban Thursday for kicking a player during England's final qualifier.