Противники геев устроили кровавые погромы в Белграде

11 Октября 2010, 11:12

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A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , A Serb anti-gay protestor is arrested by riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An injured Serb riot police officer is cared for by colleagues in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during a protest against the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Anti-gay Serb protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An anti-gay Serb protestor holds a cross as others face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An anti-gay Serb protestor holds an Orthodox icon in front of riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , A Serb Orthodox priest stands with riot police facing anti-gay protestors in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , A Serb anti-gay protestor is arrested by riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , A Serb anti-gay protestor is arrested by riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An injured Serb riot police officer is cared for by colleagues in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during a protest against the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Anti-gay Serb protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An anti-gay Serb protestor holds a cross as others face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , A Serb anti-gay protestor is arrested by riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An injured Serb riot police officer is cared for by colleagues in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during a protest against the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , A Serb anti-gay protestor is arrested by riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An injured Serb riot police officer is cared for by colleagues in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during a protest against the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Anti-gay Serb protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An anti-gay Serb protestor holds a cross as others face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An anti-gay Serb protestor holds an Orthodox icon in front of riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A woman helps an injured Serbian riot policeman, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010, as police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throw projectiles to riot policemen, in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march Sunday, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Serb anti-gay protestors face riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , A Serb anti-gay protestor is arrested by riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , An injured Serb riot police officer is cared for by colleagues in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during a protest against the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC , Anti-gay Serb protestors clash with riot police in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010 during the country's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armored vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Alexa STANKOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A man takes a picture of the smashed-out window of the "Nike" store after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , A Serb boy holds a banner, reading: "I don't want to have daddy and daddy," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs wlk behind a banner, reading: "We defend the family," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Serbs hold placrds, reading "Parading is forbidden," during a protest in the center of Belgrade on October 9, 2010 against a Gay Pride parade planned for October 10. Some 8,000 Serbs marched in Belgrade Saturday the planned Gay Pride parade. Participants ranged from families with children to young football supporters, some of whom gave Nazi salutes and shouted for the death of homosexuals. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Anti-gay protestors try to break through police cordons during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen run to keep anti-gay protestors at bay during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen arrest an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride in downtown Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march which drew around 1,000 people to the capital of a country where sentiment against homosexuals still runs deep. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC , Riot policemen stand next to an anti-gay protestor during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , A police vehicle torched by anti-gay protestors is seen in flames, in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Riot policemen clash with anti-gay protestors during the Gay Pride, in Belgrade, on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. Protestors dressed mainly in black and with hooded sweatshirts hurled rocks and other projectiles at police, who retaliated with tear gas and tried to drive the groups apart with the help of several armoured vehicles. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC , Anti-gay protestors throws tear gas to police in downtown Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of slogan-shouting anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Aleksandar STOJANOVIC
A man cycles past a burning police car during clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Police arrest an anti-gay protestor in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / MARKO DJOKOVIC , Pedestrians walk past smashed-in window after clashes between anti-gay protestors and Serbian riot police units in the center of Belgrade on October 10, 2010. Police clashed with hundreds of anti-gay protestors at Serbia's second ever Gay Pride march on October 10, with nearly 60 policemen and civilians reported wounded in the violence. AFP PHOTO / Andrej ISAKOVIC

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