13 August 2001 LONDON–The leaders of the four biggest parties in Macedonia, representing the majority ethnic Macedonian and minority ethnic Albanian populations, signed an internationally sponsored peace deal in Skopje on 13 August despite heavy fighting in several areas. The agreement, which was initialed by the parties on 8 August in Ohrid, provides for greater […]

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