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Police clash with opposition supporters in Kosovo after disruption of parliament with tear gas

  • Kosovo police officers in riot gear stand in a formation to disperse supporters of opposition parties outside Kosovo's parliament, in Pristina, Kosovo, on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Kosovo's Parliament on Friday suspended its session for the second time in a day when opposition lawmakers protesting the government's agreements with Serbia and Montenegro threw tear gas canisters in the chamber.  (AP Photo/str)

    Kosovo police officers in riot gear stand in a formation to disperse supporters of opposition parties outside Kosovo's parliament, in Pristina, Kosovo, on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Kosovo's Parliament on Friday suspended its session for the second time in a day when opposition lawmakers protesting the government's agreements with Serbia and Montenegro threw tear gas canisters in the chamber. (AP Photo/str)  (The Associated Press)

  • Kosovo police officers in riot gear use tear gas to disperse supporters of opposition parties gathered outside the parliament as opposition lawmakers disrupt Parliament's session, in Pristina, Kosovo, on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Kosovo's Parliament on Friday suspended its session for the second time in a day when opposition lawmakers protesting the government's agreements with Serbia and Montenegro threw tear gas canisters in the chamber.  (AP Photo)

    Kosovo police officers in riot gear use tear gas to disperse supporters of opposition parties gathered outside the parliament as opposition lawmakers disrupt Parliament's session, in Pristina, Kosovo, on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Kosovo's Parliament on Friday suspended its session for the second time in a day when opposition lawmakers protesting the government's agreements with Serbia and Montenegro threw tear gas canisters in the chamber. (AP Photo)  (The Associated Press)

  • Kosovo police officers guarding the entrance of the parliament take cover from a molotov cocktail thrown by opposition's supporters,  as opposition lawmakers disrupt Parliament's session using tear gas, in Pristina, Kosovo, on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Kosovo's Parliament on Friday suspended its session for the second time in a day when opposition lawmakers protesting the government's agreements with Serbia and Montenegro threw tear gas canisters in the chamber.  (AP Photo)

    Kosovo police officers guarding the entrance of the parliament take cover from a molotov cocktail thrown by opposition's supporters, as opposition lawmakers disrupt Parliament's session using tear gas, in Pristina, Kosovo, on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015. Kosovo's Parliament on Friday suspended its session for the second time in a day when opposition lawmakers protesting the government's agreements with Serbia and Montenegro threw tear gas canisters in the chamber. (AP Photo)  (The Associated Press)

Police in Kosovo say one officer and two protesters have been injured in clashes in the capital, a day after the opposition disrupted parliament with tear gas to protest against agreements with Serbia and Montenegro.

Police said 10 protesters were arrested early Saturday as a few hundred opposition supporters threw petrol bombs and other objects outside the parliament building in Pristina.

After failing twice to hold the parliament session in their chamber on Friday, lawmakers of the two governing political parties moved to a different space in the building to meet — without their opponents.

The opposition had demanded cancellation of Friday's session unless the government renounced deals with Serbia to give more powers to Serb-dominated areas in Kosovo, and with Montenegro on border demarcation.