It would really be a miracle if Macedonian President Kiro Gligorov does not beat his only rival, theater director Ljubisa Georgijevski, in the first round of the elections Macedonia’s pro-European orientation will be tested twice in the period of just a few days in Skoplje. The first time will be when the national soccer team […]

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