Macedonian lawmakers voted to allow constitutional reforms giving more rights to minority ethnic Albanians, smoothing the path for continuation of the peace process. Continue reading →
Macedonia’s government began debate on reforming ethnic Albanian rights, despite protests from hundreds of Macedonians who say their leaders are selling out to NATO pressure. Continue reading →
Despite the death of one of their own, NATO troops began collecting weapons from ethnic Albanian rebels in war-torn Macedonia. Continue reading →
NATO officially authorized the deployment of 3,500 troops to Macedonia to begin collecting weapons turned in by the ethnic Albanian rebels. Continue reading →
Four hundred British troops will arrive in Macedonia Friday to prepare for the possible deployment of 3,500 NATO soldiers. Continue reading →
Despite weekend violence, Macedonia’s rival factions signed a landmark peace accord that gives the ethnic Albanian minority more power. Continue reading →
An international envoy said a peace accord between Macedonia and ethnic Albanian rebels will be signed Monday, despite renewed violence in the region. Continue reading →
Macedonia’s government said today that ethnic Albanian rebels have agreed to pull back from territory captured near Tetovo, Macedonia’s second-largest city and the site of recent fighting. Continue reading →
Top NATO and European Union officials postponed a trip to Skopje Thursday as the Macedonian government rejected a peace package that made concessions to minority ethnic Albanians. Continue reading →
The Macedonian government and ethnic Albanian rebels Thursday agreed to a cease-fire that will take effect at midnight. Continue reading →
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