Kosovo parliament security staff wearing gas mask as opposition lawmakers release a tear gas canister disrupting a parliamentary session in Kosovo capital Pristina on Friday Feb. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Visar Kryeziu)
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Despite security checks at the entrance, Kosovo opposition lawmakers on Friday again used tear gas to block work from being done in Parliament to pressure the government into renouncing deals with Serbia and Montenegro.Since September, the opposition has disrupted Parliament with tear gas, pepper spray, whistles and water bottles. They reject a deal between Kosovo and Serbia, reached last year, which gives more powers to ethnic Serbs in Kosovo. Kosovo's Western backers have denounced the violence, calling on the opposition to resolve the political crisis in Parliament.
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