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Macedonian Government Gives Albanian Rebels a 24-Hour Ultimatum

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The Macedonian government has given the ethnic Albanian militias that are occupying villages in the north of thecountry 24 hours to halt their attacks and leave Macedonia. The government says that if the militias do not leave,it will begin heavy bombing at midnight local time.

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