Opposition lawmakers disrupt Kosovo parliament in new round of teargas protests. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Opposition lawmakers in Kosovo released teargas in parliament on Thursday, the second such incident in a week in protest at a European Union-brokered accord with former master Serbia. The opposition is angry over a deal to grant ethnic Serb areas of Kosovo greater local powers and the possibility of funding from Belgrade, saying it represents a threat to the independence Kosovo declared from Serbia with Western backing in 2008. A bloc of opposition parties says it will disrupt the work of parliament until the deal and another demarcation of Kosovo's border with Montenegro are rescinded.