At least 11 people were shot and killed in the Montenegrin city of Cetinje on Friday when a man opened fire at passersby following a domestic dispute.
Montenegrin media said that another six people were wounded before the police shot and killed the 34 year old man. The man grabbed a gun and started shooting at people on the street outside his home after an argument, the Montenegrin state TV (RTCG) said.
The shooting began just after 4:00 pm on Friday, Vijesti daily said adding that the incident happened near the historic building that once housed the royal Montenegrin government. It said that a police officer was shot in the head and was taken to hospital.
Cetinje is the old capital of Montenegro and has a number of buildings dating to the 18th and 19th centuries that housed the court, government and ministries as well as the Cetinje Monastery.