Policemen face demonstrators in front of the Parliament building during an anti-government protest in Sofia on November 12, 2013. AFP PHOTO / DIMITAR DILKOFF
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A policemen was killed and three were injured Friday in Bulgaria in a shootout with a gunman who threatened staff and pupils at a school in the central town of Lyaskovets."He said there was a lot of noise from the school, disturbing him and his mother, adding that he was a hunter and things would end badly," school director Nikolay Kozhuharov told public BNR radio.Media reports said the man, who was unemployed and has not left his flat since 2011, had two hunting carbines and two other rifles but his weapon permit had expired years ago.
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