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Clashes in Montenegro during gay pride march

20 October 2013 Last updated at 18:10 BST

Police in Montenegro have clashed with anti-gay protesters after a gay pride march in the country's capital, Podgorica.

The violence occurred when the attackers tried to push through hundreds of police to reach those taking part in the march.

Police said 20 officers were injured as were 40 people from what they described as "hooligan groups".

Verity Wilde reports.

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