Albania: Protesters call for PM Edi Rama's resignation

When 20,000 protesters tried to enter Albania's parliament, police responded with water cannons and tear gas.

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    Supporters of Albania's opposition have fought with police while trying to storm parliament to confront a government they accuse of being corrupt.

    They also say Prime Minister Edi Rama is linked to organised crimes, allegations he rejects as "ridiculous".

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Tirana.


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