Protests following the killing of Klodian Rasha, 25, continued for the sixth day in a row in Albania’s capital Tirana.
Protesters are demanding the resignation of the General Director of Police.
They gathered in the main square at 6 pm, and peacefully walked towards the prime minister’s office building.
No scuffles between them and the police were registered.
Unlike the previous five days, police refrained from using tear gas, water cannons and pepper spray to disperse protesters.
Additionally, they demanded the release of fellow protesters who were detained in previous days.
They returned to the main square and dispersed quietly. Police detained none of them.