Bosnian Serb leader supporters, opposition protest

A man holds up a picture of Republika Srpska president Milorad Dodik during a rally of Bosnian-Serb leftist parties supporters of the government in Banja Luka on May 14, 2016Thousands of opponents and supporters of Milorad Dodik, head of the Bosnian Serb-run entity, held rival rallies in Banja Luka Saturday, accusing each other of corruption and treason. It was the biggest opposition protest against Dodik, who has ruled since 2006 in the Republika Srpska (RS), which along with the Muslim-Croat Federation makes up postwar Bosnia. Targeted by a probe into financial wrongdoing, Dodik is accused of corruption.

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