Police battle anti-gay rioters in Belgrade, Serbia

10/11/2010 | Google

Thousands of police fought anti-gay rioters on the streets of Belgrade, Serbia, on Sunday while LGBT activists gathered for a Pride march in a downtown park. The rioters were thought to be made up of young soccer fans whose groups have been infiltrated by neo-Nazi organizations. More than 100 people were hurt in the melee.

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