One person was killed and at least five others were injured on Friday when a hand grenade exploded at the entrance of a court in the capital of Montenegro.
Police spokesperson Karna Rastodar said the man who detonated the grenade was killed.
“At the moment, we have information about five people injured,” Rastodar said without giving further details.
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Police later said that the injured have been admitted to the hospital and their injuries are not serious.
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Prior to Friday’s blast there were several false bomb alerts against government and court buildings in the capital, which has led to the evacuation of many people in recent weeks.
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