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The police response to the worst ever mass shooting in Montenegro faced fierce scrutiny on Tuesday amid criticism about its speed and effectiveness.
Eleven people, including two children, died on Friday when a man identified as 34-year-old Vuk Borilovic opened fire on relatives and neighbours in the old royal capital, Cetinje. Borilovic was among the eleven killed.
Eleven people were killed in an attack in the Montenegrin town of Cetinje, which took place after a family dispute on Friday evening, BTA reported, citing the Associated Press.
The police killed the attacker after a shootout with him.
Another 6 people were injured in the attack, including a policeman, the law enforcement authorities said.
Montenegro's Special State Prosecutor's Office has opened a case against retired admiral Dragan Samardzic, the former Chief of the Army General Staff, over allegations that he was involved in war crimes committed against civilians in November 1991 in the area around the Croatian coastal city of Split.