By Alexander Smith
Dozens of nationalists stormed the parliament building in the capital Skopje and attacked opposition lawmakers.
The protesters were mainly supporters of Macedonia's dominant conservative party, according to Reuters and other journalists on the ground. Some of them wore balaclavas and sported the country's national flag, a yellow sun on a red field.
The scenes inside the young country's legislature resembled nothing short of a riot. Large crowds also gathered outside the building.
At least 100 people were injured including 22 police officers, according to The Associated Press. Among those wounded were Social Democrat leader Zoran Zaev, who was filmed with blood streaming down his face and onto his shirt, as well as the head of a small ethnic-Albanian opposition party.
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Source: NBC News