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Canadian Newspapers of 1903 about the Bulgarian Uprising of Ilinden

THE TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL: 1903 *” Salonica. Aug 6. -A special  messenger from Monastir reports that the Bulgarian insurgents have dynamited the Governor’s palace in the town of Krushevo, 23 miles north of Monastir. “ *” Vienna, Aug. 7.- Salonica despatch to the Neue Freie Presse says that 1,000 young Bulgarians have taken the filed in the neighborhood of […]

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Let’s stop discrimination and torture against people with Bulgarian self-consciousness in FYROM

PRESS-RELEASE Peaceful Citizen’s Protest in Support of Spaska Mitrova The Citizens’ Initiative Committee “Spaska Mitrova” is organising a peaceful, non-partisan, civil protest in support of Ms. Spaska Mitrova (an academic graduate who holds both Bulgarian and Macedonian citizenships), jailed behind the bars of the infamous communist prison “Idrizovo”, near Skopje, because of her Bulgarian self-consciousness. This protest is born of […]

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Tragedy in the Ohrid lake of FYROM – At least 15 Bulgarian citizens killed!!

Tragedy in the Ohrid lake of FYROM – At least 15 Bulgarian citizens killed!!

  Ohrid. Sunday is a day of national mourning in FYROM for the Ohrid Lake tragedy, which killed 15 Bulgarian citizens. On Saturday at around 10:20 a.m. local time the Ilinden ship sank some 200 meters from the shore, at a depth of 7-8 meters. 50 people were rescued, five were injured and admitted to a hospital and three people are missing. […]

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The art of self-deception (Greece – Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council August 29, 2009 This article is a rebuttal to Risto Stefov´s article “Come take a ride in Tito´s time Machine – Part 2 – A FREE MACEDONIA” http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/116003 Mr.Stefov titled his article inspired by a homonymous article of N.Y. Times (A free Macedonia) that was published on April 27, 1919 and signed by a certain V.K. […]

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EU enlargement, revisionism and nationalism

By Dr. George Voskopoulos In international affairs scholars have long scrutinized the issue of conflict and coop-eration among state actors. These directly or indirectly refer to the issue of war and peace. Revisionist states are unsatisfied with the territorial status quo and use all means available to pursue what they see as valued ends. In south-eastern Europe this has been […]

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Human rights violations and abuse in FYROM

Human rights violations and abuse in FYROM

Ακόμα μια φοβερή δημιουργία απο rempetisa

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Struggle for Macedonia

Struggle for Macedonia

Struggle for Macedonia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Struggle for Macedonia 1904-1908 was military conflict between Balkan nations for region of Macedonia. Macedonian Struggle (Greek: Μακεδονικὸς Ἀγών) is how the Greeks describe their military conflicts against the Bulgarians and the Turkish forces in Ottoman occupied Macedonia during the first decade of the 20th century. Contents 1 Causes 2 Early […]

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The Name Game – The future of EU expansion? It all depends on what the meaning of the word “Macedonia” is

The Name Game – The future of EU expansion? It all depends on what the meaning of the word “Macedonia” is

BY THOMAS MEANEY, HARRIS MYLONAS   The European Union is a club with a long line out the door. Just ask Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Albania, or Turkey. But for one Balkan country, the biggest problem is showing the right ID at the velvet rope. Seven former communist countries were able to enter both NATO and the EU by the end […]

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Skopjan irredentism: one of the latest chapters.

Skopjan irredentism: one of the latest chapters.

We have been witnesses a myriad of times to the ever growing ultra nationalism spread among the population of the State of Skopje and also its diaspora. An extreme political stance sponsored by the government of the FYROM ,as far as the interior of this country is concearned, with actions like the renaming of the Skopje city stadium to “Philip […]

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1916 – The Luck of Thirteen: Wanderings and Flight Through Montenegro and Serbia by Jan Gordon, Cora Gordon

1916 – The Luck of Thirteen: Wanderings and Flight Through Montenegro and Serbia by Jan Gordon, Cora Gordon

From the book <The Luck of Thirteen: Wanderings and Flight Through Montenegro and Serbia by Jan Gordon, Cora Gordon – 1916>. http://books.google.com/books?id=rHi…K4NPd-YjwbpEcA http://books.google.com/books?id=FID…3DIQ#PPA136,M1 Again no indication of ethnic <Macedonians> in Scopje,only Bulgarians, Serbs and Turks. By Kostas68

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