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Serbia police fatally shoot Norwegian man

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Police in Serbia say a Norwegian man has been killed in an exchange of gunfire with security forces in the country's south.

The police identified the man only by his initials, T.S.K., born in 1975. They said he grabbed a police rifle after hitting a Serbian policeman in the head with a brick, and then shot randomly at a police bus Saturday. A policeman was wounded.

Police say they chased the man to his house in the town of Presevo, bordering Kosovo, where he died in a gunfire exchange. Serbian media reports say he lived there with his Macedonian wife.

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