Serbia: Belgrade rocked by anti-government protests

Protesters returned to the streets as President Aleksandar Vucic ignored their calls to resign. The latest rallies come amid public anger following two deadly mass shootings.
Ednews informs via Euronews that tens of thousands of protesters on Saturday took to the streets of Serbia's capital Belgrade, in the fifth rally in a month to protest the government and violence. 
The city has seen mass demonstrations since two deadly shooting rampages last month that killed 18 people. Saturday's marches marked the one-month anniversary of Serbia's first school shooting. 
Serbian media reports have shown the area in front of the parliament in Serbia, as well as the streets leading up to it, filled with protesters.
The crowd then marched through the city, with rallies also targeting President Aleksandar Vucic's official residence.