19 March 2001Violence in Macedonia moves from the countryside to the nation’s second largest city. SKOPJE, Macedonia–“We want arms,” a crowd of more than 3,000 ethnic Macedonians from Tetovo shouted at President Boris Trajkovski–who was appealing for calm and reason–at a protest in front of the Macedonian Assembly on 17 March. Ethnic Macedonians–mostly women and […]

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