25 August 1995 GREECE’S RECENT CRACKDOWN ON THE ultranationalist group known as the Northern Epirus Eirjeration Front (MAVI) has been hailed as a sign that the spring talks between Tirana and Athens were serious and that Greek-Albanian relations are on a conciliatory path. Greece, which has long denied the existence of this extremist group, launched […]

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