Leading Macedonian and Albanian politicians agree on constitutional amendments amid continued violence on the ground. by Vlado Jovanovski SKOPJE, Macedonia–Ohrid, a medieval town in the far southwest of the country on the shores of Lake Ohrid, is a sacred place for ethnic Macedonians, perhaps as much as Jerusalem is for Jews and Arabs. But odds […]

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