60 injured in Montenegro during gay pride march

Police in Montenegro fired tear gas to repel anti-gay extremists who threw rocks and firebombs at officers protecting a gay pride march on Sunday, officials said. About 60 people were injured.

Both sides claim victory in Montenegro presidential polls

Vujanovic said he had won 51.3 percent of the votes, with his rival Miodrag Lekic trailing behind with 48.7 percent.

Montenegro pose threat to injury-hit England

England face an unlikely table-topper against surprise package Montenegro at Wembley as the qualifying campaign for Euro 2012 rumbles on with some tricky matches for Europe’s big guns on Tuesday.

Montenegro tells Thaksin to stay silent on Thai unrest

Montenegro has asked fugitive
former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra to avoid making any
public comments during his stay in the Balkans country.

Montenegro says has given Thaksin citizenship

Ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has Montenegrin citizenship and arrived there earlier this week, officials in the Balkan country said on Wednesday, as thousands of his supporters protested in Bangkok.