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May 2, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Macedonian Slavs hurled stones and set fire to ethnic Albanian cake shops and restaurants in rioting that injured at least three people. The melee in Bitola, about 105 miles southwest of Skopje, the capital, was triggered by the funerals of soldiers slain Saturday by ethnic Albanian rebels near the border with Kosovo. The riots came as President Boris Trajkovski flew to Washington for meetings with President Bush and Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to seek U.S.
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June 27, 2001 | From Associated Press
New fighting broke out in Macedonia on Tuesday, a day after riots were sparked when U.S. troops helped NATO evacuate armed ethnic Albanian rebels from a besieged town. New clashes were reported near the village of Nikustak, about six miles northeast of Aracinovo, a suburb of the capital, Skopje. Aracinovo was at the center of the conflict the day before.
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June 27, 2001 | From Associated Press
New fighting broke out in Macedonia on Tuesday, a day after riots were sparked when U.S. troops helped NATO evacuate armed ethnic Albanian rebels from a besieged town. New clashes were reported near the village of Nikustak, about six miles northeast of Aracinovo, a suburb of the capital, Skopje. Aracinovo was at the center of the conflict the day before.
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May 2, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Macedonian Slavs hurled stones and set fire to ethnic Albanian cake shops and restaurants in rioting that injured at least three people. The melee in Bitola, about 105 miles southwest of Skopje, the capital, was triggered by the funerals of soldiers slain Saturday by ethnic Albanian rebels near the border with Kosovo. The riots came as President Boris Trajkovski flew to Washington for meetings with President Bush and Secretary of State Colin L. Powell to seek U.S.
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