5 March 2001 While police and terrorists are shooting at each other in Tanusevci, an ethnic Albanian village on Macedonia’s northern border, the country’s citizens are asking themselves once again if this means war. The National Liberation Army–a new organization made up of ex-Kosovo Liberation Army fighters and local ethnic Albanians–is supposedly responsible for the […]

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