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When in early October 1995 a car-bomb exploded in central Skoplje in an attempt to assassinate Macedonia’s President Kiro Gligorov, many people in Skoplje (and elsewhere) thought the war had arrived to the most peaceful part of the former Yugoslavia. Macedonia’s chances to maintain peace and the 78 year-old president’s chances to survive were, at […]