by Victor Gomez Macedonia Attempted Assassination Just as Macedonian relations with neighboring Greece and rump Yugoslavia were improving, a car bomb went off in downtown Skopje on 3 October, almost killing President Kiro Gligorov. An old Citroen Ami parked along the president’s usual route to and from work exploded as Gligorov’s car went by; his […]

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