A gang war is raging in the tourist haven, Montenegrin opposition parties claim.
Trial set to resume next week of locals and Russians suspected of trying to assassinate PM and install pro-Russian government.
Neighboring Croatia is considering similar move after forest fires reached the suburbs of Split.
Italian man reportedly created a fake royal identity, distributed phony titles and orders to Pamela Anderson and other dupes.
Government says Serbian nationalists backed by Russia planned to overthrow pro-NATO government.
The authorities banned several Russian journalists ahead of the campy song contest, which has become increasingly politicized in recent years.
Pressure from Washington and Brussels seen as crucial factor in decision that could further undermine the fragile government.
A Declaration on the Common Language drafted by Balkan linguists received a better reception among common people than politicians.
Some 20 suspects, including two Russians, implicated in plot the opposition claims was fabricated by the ruling party.
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