Serbia: Thousands mourn in Pristina after death of detained Kosovan activist

Thousands of Kosovo opposition supporters took to the streets of Pristina, Tuesday, accusing the Kosovo government for the death of the imprisoned activist Astrit Dehari.
Dehari was detained alongside five other members of the largest opposition party, Vetevendosje, on suspicion of orchestrating a rocket propelled grenade assault on the parliament building. The attack took place when parliament was due to vote on a border accord with Montenegro, which Vetevendosje reportedly opposes.
Dehari was found dead in a prison cell on October 5. His party alleges that the activist was murdered.
Over the past months, tensions have been simmering among the country's political parties. Opposition party members have reportedly unleashed tear gas in the parliament building in a bid to denounce the deal with Kosovo and neighbouring Montenegro.