Thousands of people took to the streets of Belgrade on Saturday, to protest against the Serbian government and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic for the tenth consecutive weekend.
Protesters holding banners and condemning the Serbian government and Vucic blew whistles and shouted as they marched through the capital.
"The main reason we've gathered here is to try and protest the horrible social conditions brought to us by this government," said one protester.
Protests started at the end of November when an opposition leader was attacked in the central Serbian city of Krusevac. Since then, the protests have spread to cities and towns across Serbia, demanding the resignation of President Vucic and calling for early elections.