Outspoken critics of Macedonia’s prime minister are finding themselves facing heavy fines for denigrating him. by Ljubica Grozdanovska Dimishkovska SKOPJE | Agim Tairi was on a street in Skopje one day in February when he spotted an old friend, Rade Spasovski. The men, who had not seen each other in a decade, began swearing at […]

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