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The Serbian Ministry of Education postponed on Wednesday over 100 schools in The capital Belgrade after receiving bomb threats amid fears after a mass shooting that killed 18 people earlier this month.

The ministry said that 78 primary schools and 37 secondary schools in Belgrade received e-mail warnings early Wednesday that improvised explosive devices (IEDs) had been planted.

Seasons were postponed The students were evacuated while the buildings were being searched by the police.

There were no reports of bombs found in any of Schools and the police haven’t done that yet issue their report.

Multiple similar threats have been sent to school addresses in the past and in Serbia and others countries in the region and proved it false every-time.

However, the threats could lead to increased security concerns after the May 3 and May 4 shootings left 10 people dead and 21 wounded.

authorities already Police published in Schools launched a gun oppression.

the first A shooting occurred in an elementary school in Central Belgrade at 13-year- The big boy took for him father’s gun and open fire.

A day later, a 20-year old snapshot randomly in people with Automatic weapon in two villages in the south of Belgrade killing eight.

The shootings stunned Serbia and prompted calls for an act. tens of Thousands marched in Two protests against Violence after the shooting, and more The protests are planned on Friday.

Opposition parties are calling for ministers of The head of the interior and intelligence resign and are supporters of the government stripping networks of nationally broadcast licenses because of Violent broadcast content Hosting war criminals and crime Numbers on they program.

opponents also They accused the populist President Aleksandar Vucic of hate speech against critics and suppression on Democratic freedoms, which they say fuel tensions and divisions in The troubled Balkan nation.

Vucic has denied this. He called his assembly for May 26 while he proposes snap elections by September.

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