Thousands Hold Rally In Serbia Calling For End To Air Pollution
The Morning Standard|November 29, 2021
Thousands of people rallied in Belgrade on Sunday to demand an end to Serbia’s alarming levels of air pollution.

BELGRADE

THOUSANDS of people rallied in Belgrade on Sunday to demand an end to Serbia’s alarming levels of air pollution. The rally came a day after another environmental protest in which demonstrators blocked bridges and roads in different parts of the country and scuffled with riot police.

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