11 July 2001 SKOPJE, Macedonia–The five-month-long conflict in Macedonia, triggered by the National Liberation Army (UCK) of ethnic Albanian guerillas, might soon come to an end. Only sporadic skirmishes have been reported since a cease-fire brokered by Western envoys took effect at midnight on 6 July. At the same time, EU Envoy Francois Leotard and […]

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