Forensic police officers investigate the area around the US Embassy in Montenegro's capital Podgorica on February 22, 2018 following a suicide bomber attack into the US embassy compound. AFP / SAVO PRELEVIC
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The man who hurled a bomb into the U.S. Embassy compound in Podgorica, Montenegro's capital, and then killed himself, was an ex-soldier decorated by former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic after NATO's bombing of Serbia and Montenegro in 1999, a police official said Thursday.The blast created a crater but caused no other material damage to the embassy property, a statement said.Many in Montenegro remain opposed to the country's NATO membership because of the air war the alliance waged to stop the war in Kosovo when Montenegro was still part of Yugoslavia.
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