Three Bulgarian Police Officers Hurt in Road Rage Protest

Three Bulgarian police officers were injured in clashes as about 2,000 people tried to march into the Roma quarter in the southern city of Radnevo after one person was stabbed in a road rage accident two days ago, the Interior Ministry in Sofia said in a statement on its website Thursday.

Three people got beaten and one of them was stabbed in a right of way dispute at Radnevo’s Roma quarter on May 2, according to the regional prosecution in the city of Stara Zagora. Four people involved in the accident were charged with attempted murder, the prosecution said on its website on Wednesday. Protesters threw stones at the rally late Wednesday and police detained two of them, it said.

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