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MACEDONIA-ELECTIONS/
RTXD2UO
March 22, 2009
Independent presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski casts his vote in Skopje March 22, 2009. Macedonia...
Skopje, Macedonia
Independent presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski casts his vote in Skopje
Independent presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski casts his vote in Skopje March 22, 2009. Macedonia began voting on Sunday in presidential and local elections widely seen as a test of political maturity after past violence raised fears its slow march towards EU membership could be further delayed. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (MACEDONIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MACEDONIA-ELECTIONS/
RTXCZKH
March 19, 2009
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje March 19,...
Skopje, Macedonia
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje March 19, 2009. A former interior minister in the VMRO DPMNE 1998- 2002 government and recently acquitted of war crimes charges before the Hague tribunal, Boskovski is running as an independent candidate, after failing to secure the support of his party. The presidential and parliamentary elections will be held on March 22. REUTERS/Hazir Reka ( MACEDONIA ELECTIONS POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
MACEDONIA-ELECTIONS/
RTXCZJI
March 19, 2009
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje March 19,...
Skopje, Macedonia
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje March 19, 2009. A former interior minister in the VMRO DPMNE 1998- 2002 government and recently acquitted of war crimes charges before the Hague tribunal, Boskovski is running as an independent candidate, after failing to secure the support of his party. The presidential and parliamentary elections will be held on March 22. REUTERS/Hazir Reka ( MACEDONIA ELECTIONS POLITICS)
MACEDONIA-ELECTIONS/
RTXCZIW
March 19, 2009
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje March 19,...
Skopje, Macedonia
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski attend an election campaign in Skopje March 19, 2009. A former interior minister in the VMRO DPMNE 1998- 2002 government and recently acquitted of war crimes charges before the Hague tribunal, Boskovski is running as an independent candidate, after failing to secure the support of his party. The presidential and parliamentary elections will be held on March 22. REUTERS/Hazir Reka ( MACEDONIA ELECTIONS POLITICS)
MACEDONIA-ELECTIONS/
RTXCZIS
March 19, 2009
Ljube Boskovski, Macedonia's former interior minister and candidate in the forthcoming presidential election,...
Skopje, Macedonia
Boskovski, Macedonia's former interior minister and candidate in forthcoming presidential election, smiles...
Ljube Boskovski, Macedonia's former interior minister and candidate in the forthcoming presidential election, smiles during an election campaign in Skopje March 19, 2009. A former interior minister in the VMRO DPMNE 1998- 2002 government and recently acquitted of war crimes charges before the Hague tribunal, Boskovski is running as an independent candidate, after failing to secure the support of his party. The presidential and parliamentary elections will be held on March 22. REUTERS/Hazir Reka ( MACEDONIA ELECTIONS POLITICS)
MACEDONIA-ELECTIONS/
RTXCZIN
March 19, 2009
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski shout slogans during an election campaign in Skopje...
Skopje, Macedonia
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski shout slogans during an election campaign in Skopje...
Supporters of presidential candidate Ljube Boskovski shout slogans during an election campaign in Skopje March 19, 2009. A former interior minister in the VMRO DPMNE 1998- 2002 government and acquitted of war crimes by the Hague last year, Boskovski is running as an independent candidate, after failing to secure the support of his party. The presidential and parliamentary elections will be held on March 22. REUTERS/Hazir Reka ( MACEDONIA ELECTIONS POLITICS)
MACEDONIA-ELECTIONS/
RTXCZIF
March 19, 2009
Macedonia's former Interior Minister and presidential candidate in the forthcoming election Ljube Boskovski...
Skopje, Macedonia
Macedonia's former Interior Minister and presidential candidate in forthcoming election Boskovski smiles...
Macedonia's former Interior Minister and presidential candidate in the forthcoming election Ljube Boskovski smiles during an election campaign in Skopje March 19, 2009. A former interior minister in the VMRO DPMNE 1998- 2002 government and recently acquitted of war crimes in the Hague, Boskovski is running as an independent candidate, after failing to secure the support of his party. The presidential and parliamentary elections will be held on March 22. REUTERS/Hazir Reka ( MACEDONIA ELECTIONS POLITICS)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7UIR
July 11, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (3rd L) is welcomed by Macedonian Prime Minister...
Skopje, Macedonia
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski is welcomed by Macedonian PM Gruevski upon his arrival...
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (3rd L) is welcomed by Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski (2nd L) upon his arrival at Skopje airport July 11, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of seven ethnic Albanians during a rebel insurgency in the country in 2001. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7UIM
July 11, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski waves to his supporters and relatives upon his arrival...
Skopje, Macedonia
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski waves to his supporters and relatives upon his arrival...
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski waves to his supporters and relatives upon his arrival at Skopje airport July 11, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of seven ethnic Albanians during a rebel insurgency in the country in 2001. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7UIJ
July 11, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski kisses a crucifix upon his arrival at Skopje airport...
Skopje, Macedonia
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski kisses a crucifix upon his arrival at Skopje airport
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski kisses a crucifix upon his arrival at Skopje airport July 11, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of seven ethnic Albanians during a rebel insurgency in the country in 2001. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7UIG
July 11, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski is welcomed by his friends and relatives upon his...
Skopje, Macedonia
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski is welcomed by his friends and relatives upon his arrival...
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski is welcomed by his friends and relatives upon his arrival at Skopje airport July 11, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of seven ethnic Albanians during a rebel insurgency in the country in 2001. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7UID
July 11, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (C) gestures to his supporters and relatives, next...
Skopje, Macedonia
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski gestures to supporters and relatives upon his arrival at...
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (C) gestures to his supporters and relatives, next to Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski (L) and Boskovski's wife Viktorija (R), upon his arrival at Skopje airport July 11, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of seven ethnic Albanians during a rebel insurgency in the country in 2001. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7UI8
July 11, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski waves to his supporters and relatives upon his arrival...
Skopje, Macedonia
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski waves to supporters and relatives upon arrival at Skopje...
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski waves to his supporters and relatives upon his arrival at Skopje airport July 11, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of seven ethnic Albanians during a rebel insurgency in the country in 2001. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
MACEDONIA BOSKOVSKI
RTX7UI3
July 11, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (C), kisses the ground in front of Macedonian Prime...
Skopje, Macedonia
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski kisses the ground in front of Macedonian PM Gruevski upon...
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (C), kisses the ground in front of Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski (L) upon his arrival at Skopje airport July 11, 2008. After three years in custody in The Hague, Ljube Boskoski was acquitted on July 11, 2008 of all charges for command responsibility for war crimes committed in the village of Ljuboten in 2001, in the only case before the Tribunal concerning the Macedonian conflict. The other defendant in the case, police officer Johan Tarculovski, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for murder, wanton destruction and cruel treatment during a brutal attack on village near the capital where seven civilians were killed. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7TBA
July 10, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive...
The Hague, Netherlands
Boskovski andTarculovski arrive in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive to hear their verdict on charges made against them in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague July 10, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of ethnic Albanians during an insurgency in the country in 2001. However, the court found his co-accused, police officer Tarculovski, guilty of murder and destruction for leading a police unit that murdered several Albanians, destroyed houses and abused villagers, and sentenced him to 12 years in prison. REUTERS/Olaf Kraak/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7TAS
July 10, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive...
The Hague, Netherlands
Boskovski and Tarculovski arrive in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive to hear their verdict on charges made against them in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague July 10, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of ethnic Albanians during an insurgency in the country in 2001. However, the court found his co-accused, police officer Tarculovski, guilty of murder and destruction for leading a police unit that murdered several Albanians, destroyed houses and abused villagers, and sentenced him to 12 years in prison. REUTERS/Olaf Kraak/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7TAK
July 10, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski,...
The Hague, Netherlands
Boskovski and Tarculovski arrive in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive to hear their verdict on charges made against them in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague July 10, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of ethnic Albanians during an insurgency in the country in 2001. However, the court found his co-accused, police officer Tarculovski, guilty of murder and destruction for leading a police unit that murdered several Albanians, destroyed houses and abused villagers, and sentenced him to 12 years in prison. REUTERS/Olaf Kraak/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7TAE
July 10, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive...
The Hague, Netherlands
Boskovski andTarculovski arrive in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive to hear their verdict on charges made against them in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague July 10, 2008. The U.N. war crimes tribunal cleared Boskovski of responsibility for the murder of ethnic Albanians during an insurgency in the country in 2001. However, the court found his co-accused, police officer Tarculovski, guilty of murder and destruction for leading a police unit that murdered several Albanians, destroyed houses and abused villagers, and sentenced him to 12 years in prison. REUTERS/Olaf Kraak/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS)
WARCRIMES-MACEDONIA/
RTX7TA9
July 10, 2008
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive...
The Hague, Netherlands
Boskovski and Tarculovski arrive in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague
Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski (L) and former police chief, Johan Tarculovski, arrive in the courtroom of the UN war tribunal in The Hague July 10, 2008, to hear their verdict on charges of murder, wanton destruction of civilian property and cruel treatment against Albanians in the village of Ljoboten in 2001. Tarculovski is convicted for 12 years imprisonment, Boskovski was cleared of the charge. REUTERS/Olaf Kraak/ANP/Pool (Netherlands)
MACEDONIA SKOPJE PROTEST
RTR5RTV
March 22, 2005
Elderly Macedonian man kisses a poster of Boskovski during a protest against The Hague indictment of...
Skopje, Macedonia
Elderly Macedonian man kisses a poster of Boskovski during a protest in Skopje.
Elderly Macedonian man kisses a poster of Boskovski during a protest against The Hague indictment of former interior minister Ljube Boskovski and police officer Johan Tarculovski for war crimes in Skopje March 22, 2005. Crowd of supporters gathered in front of the Supreme Court to demand the release the two men. Boskovski is currently in prison in Pula, Croatia awaiting to be transferred to Scheveningen prison while Tarculovski is already there. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski acm/
MACEDONIA SKOPJE
RTR52JM
March 15, 2005
Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski celebrates during a pre-election rally in this file picture...
Skopje, Macedonia
File photograph of former Macedonian Interior Minister Boskovski.
Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski celebrates during a pre-election rally in this file picture in Ohrid, Macedonia August 15, 2002.Former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski and a former senior police officer Johan Tarculovski are accused of crimes including murder and wanton destruction during an ethnic Albanian guerrilla insurgency in Macedonia, a former Yugoslav republic, the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague said March 15, 2005. Boskovski, 44, is in custody in Croatia and is already charged in Macedonia with murdering seven Asian migrants in 2002. Croatia has said it will hand Boskovski over to the tribunal. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski OT/WS
MACEDONIA ELECTIONS
RTR91JK
August 15, 2002
Macedonian Interior minister and member of ruling coalition VMRO-DPMNE
and LP Ljube Boskovski regards...
Skopje, Macedonia
INTERIOR MINISTER BOSKOVSKI REGARDS HIS SUPORTERS DURING A CONVENTION
IN OHRID.
Macedonian Interior minister and member of ruling coalition VMRO-DPMNE
and LP Ljube Boskovski regards his supporters in Ohrid August 15, 2002.
Europe's security watchdog announced its largest ever observation
mission on Thursday as Macedonia's general election campaign got under
way amid fears of violence and fraud. The convention that held in Ohrid
antaean teeter marked the official starts of the campaign period in
Macedonia before the general vote scheduled for September 15.

REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
MACDONIA MINISTER
RTR5675
May 15, 2002
Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski fires an automatic grenade
launcher during a public display...
Leunovo, Macedonia
MACEDONIAN INTERIOR MINISTER BOSKOVSKI FIRES FROM AUTOMATIC GRANATE
LAUNCHER.
Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski fires an automatic grenade
launcher during a public display of the special police unit in Leunovo,
110km southwest of Skopje May 15, 2002. A grenade fired from Boskovski
hit a rock and the ricocheting splinters lightly injured two police
officials, one journalist and a translator standing in the crowd
watching the event. REUTERS/POOL/Cedomir Nenkovic

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MACEDONIA
RTXKVPW
November 11, 2001
Macedonian special police forces sit on an armoured personnel carrier as they move on the road to Tetovo...
Tetovo, Macedonia
Macedonian special police forces sit on an armoured personnel carrier as they move on the road to Te.....
Macedonian special police forces sit on an armoured personnel carrier as they move on the road to Tetovo to secure the area around alleged mass graves close to Tetovo November 11, 2001. [Hard-line nationalist interior minister Ljube Boskovski deployed heavily armed police units to secure the area despite international fears that the move could reignate the conflict. ]
MACEDONIA BALKANS
RTRPA1A
November 11, 2001
A Macedonian special police force member sits keeps watch as a convoy
moves on the road to Tetovo to...
Tetovo, Macedonia
MACEDONIAN POLICE SPECIAL FORCES MOVE TO SECURE AREA AROUND ALLEGED
MASS GRAVES.
A Macedonian special police force member sits keeps watch as a convoy
moves on the road to Tetovo to secure the area around alleged mass
graves November 11, 2001. Hardline nationalist Interior Minister Ljube
Boskovski deployed heavily armed police units to secure the area
despite international fears that the move could reignate the conflict.
REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

OT/CLH/
MACEDONIA BALKANS
RTRP9Z3
November 11, 2001
Macedonian special police forces sit on an armoured personnel carrier
as they move on the road to Tetovo...
Tetovo, Macedonia
MACEDONIAN SPECIAL FORCES RIDE APC TO TETOVO.
Macedonian special police forces sit on an armoured personnel carrier
as they move on the road to Tetovo to secure the area around alleged
mass graves close to Tetovo November 11, 2001. Hard-line nationalist
interior minister Ljube Boskovski deployed heavily armed police units
to secure the area despite international fears that the move could
reignate the conflict. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

OT/WS
MACEDONIA BALKANS
RTRP9YZ
November 11, 2001
A special police forces member sits on an APC as they pass a Macedonian
flag on the road to Tetovo to...
Tetovo, Macedonia
POLICE SPECIAL FORCES RIDE AN APC PAST THE MACEDONIAN FLAG.
A special police forces member sits on an APC as they pass a Macedonian
flag on the road to Tetovo to secure the area around alleged mass
graves close to Tetovo on November 11, 2001. Hard-line nationalist
Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski deployed heavily armed police units
to secure the area despite international fears that the move could
re-ignite the conflict. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

OT/WS
MACEDONIA BALKANS
RTRNMZR
October 03, 2001
Macedonia's interior minister Ljube Boskovski listents to a question
during a press-conference in Skopje...
Skopje, Macedonia
MACEDONIA'S INTERIOR MINISTER LJUBE BOSKOVSKI LISTENS TO QUESTIONS
DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE IN SKOPJE....
Macedonia's interior minister Ljube Boskovski listents to a question
during a press-conference in Skopje October 3. Boskovski said police
would re-enter areas where ethnic-Albanian rebels have been disarmed
though no amnesty has been enacted. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

OT/AS
BALKANS MACEDONIA
RTRLFBW
August 07, 2001
A part of the seized weapons from the Albanian guerrillas in an early
morning operation in the suburbs...
Skopje, Macedonia
A PART OF SAIZED BY MACEDONIAN POLICE WEAPONS IN SKOPJE.
A part of the seized weapons from the Albanian guerrillas in an early
morning operation in the suburbs of Macedonian capital Skopje on August
7, 2001. Macedonian police killed five ethnic Albanian guerillas in
Skopje early Tuesday and seized illegal weapons in a raid intended to
prevent "terrorist activities", the interior minister Ljube Boskovski
said in a statement.

OP/CLH/
BALKANS MACEDONIA
RTRLFBR
August 07, 2001
Muzafer Alimi, a relative of one of the killed Albanian guerrillas
holds his tears in the attacked by...
Skopje, Macedonia
MUZAFER ALIMI HOLDS HIS TEARS IN HIS HOUSE IN SKOPJE.
Muzafer Alimi, a relative of one of the killed Albanian guerrillas
holds his tears in the attacked by Macedonian police house in the
suburbs of Macedonian capital Skopje on August 7, 2001. Macedonian
police killed five ethnic Albanian guerillas in Skopje early Tuesday
and seized illegal weapons in a raid intended to prevent "terrorist
activities",the interior minister Ljube Boskovski said in a statement.

OP/CLH/
BALKANS MACEDONIA
RTRLFBK
August 07, 2001
The press take pictures of the seized wepons from Albanian guerrillas
in an early morning operation...
Skopje, Macedonia
THE PRESS TAKE PICTURES OF SAIZED WEAPONS IN SKOPJE.
The press take pictures of the seized wepons from Albanian guerrillas
in an early morning operation in the suburbs of Macedonian capital
Skopje on August 7, 2001. Macedonian police killed five ethnic Albanian
guerillas in Skopje early Tuesday and seized illegal weapons in a raid
intended to prevent "terrorist activities",the interior minister Ljube
Boskovski said in a statement.

OP/CLH/
BALKANS MACEDONIA
RTRLFBF
August 07, 2001
Mazed Alimi, the sister of one of the killed ethnic Albanian guerrillas
cries in her house in the suburbs...
Skopje, Macedonia
MAZED ALIMI CRIES IN HER HOUSE IN SKOPJE.
Mazed Alimi, the sister of one of the killed ethnic Albanian guerrillas
cries in her house in the suburbs of Macedonian capital Skopje on
August 7, 2001. Macedonian police killed five ethnic Albanian
guerrillas in Skopje early Tuesday and seized illegal weapons in a raid
intended to prevent "terrorist activities",the interior minister Ljube
Boskovski said in a statement.

OP/CLH/
BALKANS MACEDONIA
RTRLFAS
August 07, 2001
Mazed Alimi, the sister of one of the killed ethnic Albanian guerrillas
cries in her house in the suburbs...
Skopje, Macedonia
MAZED ALIMI CRIES IN HER HOUSE IN SKOPJE.
Mazed Alimi, the sister of one of the killed ethnic Albanian guerrillas
cries in her house in the suburbs of the Macedonian capital Skopje on
August 7, 2001. Macedonian police killed five ethnic Albanian guerrilas
in Skopje early Tuesday and seized illegal weapons in a raid intended
to prevent "terrorist activities",the interior minister Ljube Boskovski
said in a statement.

OP/CLH/
MACEDONIA
RTXKJ1A
May 26, 2001
Macedonian interior minister Ljube Boskovski (L) gives the thumbs up to a policeman as he visits Vaksince...
Vaksince, Macedonia
Macedonian interior minister Ljube Boskovski (L) gives the thumbs up to a policeman as he visits Vak.....
Macedonian interior minister Ljube Boskovski (L) gives the thumbs up to a policeman as he visits Vaksince village, May 26, 2001. Macedonian security forces took control of the area after more than three weeks of battle against ethnic Albanian guerrillas, in its first military success since the beginning of May
MACEDONIA
RTRIT14
May 26, 2001
Macedonian interior minister Ljube Boskovski (L) gives the thumbs up to a policeman as he visits Vaksince...
Vaksince, Macedonia
MACEDONIAN INTERIOR MINISTER LJUBE BOSKOVSKI GIVES THUMBS UP TO A POLICEMAN IN VAKSINCE VILLAGE.
Macedonian interior minister Ljube Boskovski (L) gives the thumbs up to a policeman as he visits Vaksince village, May 26, 2001.

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