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Amnesty International urges FYROM to stop its attempts to extinguish freedom of expression

Amnesty International urged FYROM’s government to stop its attempts to extinguish freedom of expression. This event took place after three of the country’s newspapers, namely the newspapers Spic, Vreme, and Koha e re, were shut down. The aforementioned newspapers were all owned by the detained media tycoon Velija Ramkovski and were closed down at the weekend, ostensibly due to unpaid taxes demanded by the […]

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Boris Sarafov – The Bulgarian Revolutionary

Boris Sarafov - The Bulgarian Revolutionary

15 October 1903 - Lincoln Evening - Sarafov parents were Bulgarians and himself was a Macedonian Bulgarian Sarafov leader of ‘Macedonian’ insurgents = Bulgarian revolutionaries Bulgarians slained in Monastir Vilayet - Sarafov wounded British Official Documents about Bulgarian Komitajis Sarafov’s bands blackmailing the Bulgarian population of Macedonia Sarafov - the Bulgarian Chief Slain Sarafov - Dead Leader of Bulgarians […]

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The Greatest Collection of Macedonian Newspapers on the Web

The Greatest Collection of Macedonian Newspapers on the Web

The following collection of Macedonian Newspapers is what Skopjans hate most since it completely shatters their illusions that “Macedonia was a term forbidden in Greece” prior to 1988. Contrarily Macedonian Newspapers were in use from 19th cent. even prior to the invention of the Skopjan fictitious “nationality”. Newspapers like: - Echo tis Makedonias - Dytiki Makedonia - Makedonikos Epinohr - […]

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Contemporary Greek newspapers about the abducted Greek children of civil war

Contemporary Greek newspapers about the abducted Greek children of civil war

We have already mentioned intensively the issue of the Greek abducted children in many previous articles [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]. Today we will provide a wide collection of contemporary Greek newspaper articles related to the abduction of Greek children from Communist guerillas. Many Thanks to our good friend Peter from Australia for his contribution.

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Foreign Newspapers about Macedonia Part II

Foreign Newspapers about Macedonia Part II

February 04 1915 - Manitoba Morning Free Press about the RACES OF MACEDONIA. Of course No “ethnic Macedonians” August 23 1906 - “The Atlanta Constitution”. Turks acknowledge Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia that are being persecuted. No sign of “Ethnic Macedonians” either. January 06 1906 “The Washington Post” …. Macedonia had ONLY Greek, Bulgarian and Serbian Revolutionary bands June 03 1905 The Washington Post - […]

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Foreign newspapers of 19th/20th c. about Macedonia

Foreign newspapers of 19th/20th c. about Macedonia

Macedonian Greeks between 1901-1903 from New York Times. US newspapers of early 20th Century about the ‘heroes’ of FYROM. Gotse Delchev Miss Stone was Kindnapped by…Bulgarians. New York Times : October 12, 1901 Boris Sarafoff the Bulgarian Revolutionary New York Times - December 13, 1907 Sandansky the Bulgarian Brigand Washington Post, Aug 30, 1908 Quote: Bulgarian Brigand Sandansky Sides With […]

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Skopjan propaganda “The use of the term Macedonia was forbidden in Greece until 1988”

Skopjan propaganda “The use of the term Macedonia was forbidden in Greece until 1988”

FACTS: F.Y.R.O.M.-Slavs claim that the use of the term “MAKEDONIA” in Greece was forbidden until 1988 and that no province with the name “MAKEDONIA” (Macedonia) existed in Northern-Greece before 1988. There are many examples for state institutions or privat corporations which use the term “MAKEDONIA” in Greece since the end of 19th century and still use it: Newspaper “Makedonia” - paper of […]

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