Demonstrations broke out in Tirana, the capital of Albania. More than 100 protesters were arrested.
December 12th, local time, according to the Albanian daily, more than 100 protesters were arrested by the police in Tirana, the capital of Albania, on the evening of the 11th.
December 11th, the protests were mainly concentrated outside the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of the Interior.
Protesters threw stones and incendiary materials at government agencies and the police, and riot police fired tear gas and high-pressure water guns to control the situation.
In the early morning of December 8th local time, a 25-year-old man named Klodian Rasha was shot dead by a special forces soldier in Tirana, who was arrested by the Tirana police on suspicion of exceeding self-defense that day.
But this incident has aroused a strong social response. Since the 9th, a series of protests and demonstrations have continued there.