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STORY: The incident happened in the early hours of the morning in the northern Serbian city of Horgos, police said.
Video footage obtained by Reuters showed a group of men with guns walking near residential buildings in Horgos on Thursday evening (November 24).
A police operation eventually found around 600 migrants in the area, as well as weapons and some of those involved in the shooting, the Interior Ministry said in a separate statement, citing Interior Minister Bratislav Gasic, who visited the migrant camp on Friday.
The Western Balkans route via Turkey, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Serbia remains the main migratory route into the European Union, border agency Frontex said in September.
Many migrants cross borders using sophisticated networks of smugglers, sometimes armed.
Last week, Serbia agreed with Hungary and Austria to deploy more joint border patrols and align its visa policies with those of the EU to stem the flow of illegal migrants west through the Western Balkans.

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