Update: It appears that three people have now died.
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Protesters clashes with riot police during a protest in front of a government building in Tirana, Albania on Jan. 21. Supporters of Albania's opposition Socialist Party clashed with police outside the prime minister's office on Friday to demand the government's resignation over corruption allegations.
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Opposition supporters rally while vehicles burn following clashes with police during a protest in Tirana, Albania on Friday, Jan. 21. More than 20,000 people joined an opposition rally to demand the conservative government call an early general election.
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An injured demonstrator gestures in front of riot police during an anti-government protest in Tirana on January 21, 2011. Albanian anti-government protesters clashed with police when demonstrators threw stones at the security forces who responded with tear gas. Several thousand people gathered in the capital to protest against the current government of Prime Minister Sali Berisha. Three people were shot dead during an anti-government protest in Tirana on Friday, Sami Koceku, head of the military hospital emergency services told AFP.