Albanian police used tear gas and water cannon on Saturday to disperse protestors trying to break into parliament after marching twice around a nearby government building in a campaign for early elections.
Albania's main opposition leader on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Edi Rama to call a snap election over allegations of corruption and vote fraud, as anti-government protesters rallied outside parliament.
Thousands of protesters supporting Albania's opposition have surrounded the parliament, demanding the government's resignation and early elections and accusing the Cabinet of corruption and crime links.
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