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RTX1CIQZ
Macedonian Town in Ruins - 12 May 2015
Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armoured vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police.

Ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis.
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG1M
May 11, 2015
A woman cries inside her destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A woman cries inside her destroyed house in Kumanovo
A woman cries inside her destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. REUTERS/Marko Djurica TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG53
May 11, 2015
A man reacts on front of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man reacts on front of a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man reacts on front of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/
RTX1CEH7
May 11, 2015
A couple looks at the stairwell of their damaged apartment building in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015....
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A couple looks at the stairwell of their damaged apartment building in Kumanovo
A couple looks at the stairwell of their damaged apartment building in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CGAI
May 11, 2015
A man looks at his brown wounded cow as it lies in a yard of his damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia,...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man looks at his brown wounded cow as it lies in a yard of his damaged house in Kumanovo
A man looks at his brown wounded cow as it lies in a yard of his damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG2I
May 11, 2015
A man stands inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man stands inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man stands inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/
RTX1CESW
May 11, 2015
Neighbours talk in front of a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
Neighbours talk in front of a damaged house in Kumanovo
Neighbours talk in front of a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG8Q
May 11, 2015
Bullets are pictured on a brick in front of a house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
Bullets are pictured on a brick in front of a house in Kumanovo
Bullets are pictured on a brick in front of a house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CGBO
May 11, 2015
People look at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People look at a destroyed house in Kumanovo
People look at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CGB4
May 11, 2015
A man looks on next to a destroyed house decorated with an Albanian flag in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man looks on next to a destroyed house decorated with Albanian flag in Kumanovo
A man looks on next to a destroyed house decorated with an Albanian flag in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CGAQ
May 11, 2015
People look at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People look at a destroyed house in Kumanovo
People look at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG84
May 11, 2015
Parts of a mortar shell are pictured inside a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
Parts of a mortar shell are pictured inside a damaged house in Kumanovo
Parts of a mortar shell are pictured inside a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CGAK
May 11, 2015
A man reacts next to a burnt out vehicle in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man reacts next to a burnt out vehicle in Kumanovo
A man reacts next to a burnt out vehicle in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG8M
May 11, 2015
People are seen through a bullet hole on a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People are seen through a bullet hole on a damaged house in Kumanovo
People are seen through a bullet hole on a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG88
May 11, 2015
A man looks at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man looks at a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man looks at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG5M
May 11, 2015
People stand beside a burnt out vehicle and a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People stand beside a burnt out vehicle and a destroyed house in Kumanovo
People stand beside a burnt out vehicle and a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG58
May 11, 2015
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG3Q
May 11, 2015
A man walks down the stairs inside a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man walks down the stairs inside a damaged house in Kumanovo
A man walks down the stairs inside a damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG57
May 11, 2015
People walk by a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People walk by a destroyed house in Kumanovo
People walk by a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG3O
May 11, 2015
A man reacts next to his damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man reacts next to his damaged house in Kumanovo
A man reacts next to his damaged house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG52
May 11, 2015
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG26
May 11, 2015
People stand by a wall covered by shrapnels in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People stand by a wall covered by shrapnels in Kumanovo
People stand by a wall covered by shrapnels in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG2Z
May 11, 2015
A man stands inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man stands inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man stands inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/
RTX1CETO
May 11, 2015
People walk on Pero Ilievski street in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People walk on Pero Ilievski street in Kumanovo
People walk on Pero Ilievski street in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG28
May 11, 2015
People walk inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
People walk inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo
People walk inside a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/
RTX1CEI2
May 11, 2015
A woman reacts in front her house in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A woman reacts in front her house in Kumanovo
A woman reacts in front her house in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CG1S
May 11, 2015
A man looks at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man looks at a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man looks at a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/
RTX1CEHZ
May 11, 2015
A woman walks inside her damaged apartment in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A woman walks inside her damaged apartment in Kumanovo
A woman walks inside her damaged apartment in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/
RTX1CEH2
May 11, 2015
A man walks through his damaged apartment in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man walks through his damaged apartment in Kumanovo
A man walks through his damaged apartment in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/
RTX1CEE1
May 11, 2015
A boy looks through bullet holes left on the porch of his house in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015....
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A boy looks through bullet holes left on the porch of his house in Kumanovo
A boy looks through bullet holes left on the porch of his house in Kumanovo, Macedonia May 11, 2015. Macedonia said on Sunday its police had wiped out a group of ethnic Albanian "terrorists" in a day-long gun battle that left at least 22 people dead at a moment of deep political crisis in the former Yugoslav republic. NATO, which dragged Macedonia from the brink of civil war in 2001, called for a "transparent investigation" of what went on when heavily armed police entered a mainly Albanian neighborhood in the northern town of Kumanovo before dawn on Saturday. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
MACEDONIA-CRISIS/STORM
RTX1CGBM
May 11, 2015
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski...
Kumanovo, Macedonia
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo
A man looks through a window of a destroyed house in Kumanovo, Macedonia, May 11, 2015. Pero Ilievski Street looked on Monday like it had been struck by a tsunami, cobblestones torn up and walls crushed by armored vehicles of a special anti-terrorist unit of the Macedonian police. Stunned ethnic Albanian residents of this north Macedonian town stepped gingerly through shattered glass and roof tiles, crushed cars and dirt smeared with blood – damage wrought by a weekend operation that left 22 people dead and heralds a new phase of uncertainty in a country deep in crisis. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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