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WhatsApp, Viber blocked during Montenegro election day

PODGORICA, Montenegro (AP) — Montenegrin officials blocked popular messaging services WhatsApp and Viber during the country's parliamentary election, a ban that drew allegations of interference from opposition politicians and concern from European election watchers Monday. "Blocking such apps is unthinkable in any normal country," said opposition party leader Ranko Krivokapic, who previously monitored voting for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
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