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B. 2015-05-09 Macedonia police killed in clashes with 'terrorists' Kumanovo, Macedonia
C. 2007-04-16 War crimes trial opens for ex-minister Macedonia
3. 2003-03-31 EU force begins Macedonia duty Macedonia
E. 2001-10-04 Return to rebel areas halted Macedonia
F. 2001-09-26 Nato approves new Macedonia force Macedonia
6. 2001-09-25 Nato hails Macedonia operation Macedonia
7. 2001-09-07 2nd phase of arms collection Macedonia
2001-09-06 Parliament backs peace plan Macedonia



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  Macedonia blames Kosovans for deadly clashes Map of Kumanovo Macedonia


year 2015 Top ^

May.10  
  Macedonia says five Kosovans led the armed group which was involved in deadly clashes with security forces in the northern town of Kumanovo
May.9   Macedonia police killed in clashes with 'terrorists' Map of Kumanovo Macedonia
  At least five police officers have died in clashes in Macedonia with an armed group from an unidentified neighbouring state, say officials


year 2007 Top ^

Apr.16 War crimes trial opens for ex-minister


year 2003 Top ^

Mar.31 EU force begins Macedonia duty


year 2001 Top ^

Oct.4 Return to rebel areas halted
Sep.26 Nato approves new Macedonia force Sep.25 Nato hails Macedonia operation Sep.7 2nd phase of arms collection  In the first phase of Operation Essential Harvest, troops collected 1,200 weapons Sep.6 Parliament backs peace plan
  91 to 19 vote approved reforms to upgrade the status of the ethnic Albanian minority Sep.2 Peace talks to resume Sep.1 Peace debate postponed Aug.30 NATO collects 1/3 of weapons Aug.29 NATO chief pressures Macedonians Aug.26 Blast as NATO sets weapons target Aug.25   Blasts ahead of NATO arms mission
  The explosions destroyed a vehicle checkpoint near Tetovo. Gunfire was from the nearby villages Aug.24   NATO and rebels agree on arms  3,000 weapons will be put to the Macedonia government. Interior Ministry estimated rebels had 85,000 weapons Aug.22   NATO approves Macedonia force  North Atlantic Council has approved Operation Essential Harvest for the deployment 3,500-strong force to collect weapons Aug.21 NATO general backs Macedonia plan  Conditions are right for the creation of a 3,500 member force to collect weapons Aug.19 Battle threatens truce Aug.18   NATO begins Macedonia mission
  Vanguard of 400 troops arrived to collect arms from rebels
Aug.17   NATO force decision delayed  As 40 British troops headed to Macedonia, NATO delayed a decision on deploying thousands more Aug.14 Rebels sign arms pact
Aug.10 Soldiers killed in blast Aug.9 Battle for Tetovo rages
  National Security Council authorised onslaught against rebels
Aug.8   Battle in Tetovo  9 soldiers were killed in an ambush by ethnic Albanian rebels. Tanks and artillery were pounding rebel positions Aug.7 5 rebels killed in raid
Aug.5 Solana arrives for peace drive  EU foreign policy chief was accompanied by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Jul.30   Arrest warrants for rebel leaders  Courts have been asked to issue warrants for 11 ethnic Albanians as marathon peace talks go on Jul.26   Envoys met leaders  NATO Secretary-General G. Robertson and the EU's foreign affairs chief J. Solana believe peace talks are back on track   Rebels begin withdrawal  Ali Ahmeti, NLA leader, will order a retreat from territory captured during recent fighting Jul.25   Rebels to pull back  Ethnic Albanians have agreed to move back to former positions behind a cease-fire line Jul.6     Fragile truce holding  Chief of general staff and Ali Ahmeti, the rebel political leader signed a cease-fire documents with NATO Jun.29     NATO approves Macedonia force  NATO will send a 3,000-strong force to help disarm ethnic Albanian rebels Jun.22     Rebels under attack  Ethnic Albanian rebels come under fire from government tanks and helicopters Jun.21 Peace talks resumed Jun.10 Macedonians flee as rebels advance Jun.5   Fierce clashes  Rebels are attacking army positions near Gajre. Tank and machine gun fire could be heard May.25 Thousands flee offensive May.21 Clashes reignite conflict May.19 Macedonian forces shell villages May.12 30 rebels killed May.10 Albanian PM urges Macedonia deal Apr.28 Troops killed on border  8 soldiers have been killed in a shooting incident near border with Kosovo Mar.25 Macedonia takes rebel positions Mar.24 Macedonia launches offensive
  Government has launched a 'final operation' to crush ethnic Albanian rebels
Mar.22 Macedonian forces resume shelling Mar.18 Macedonia bombards hillsides Mar.16 Refugees flee Macedonia clashes


Soldiers killed in blast War crimes trial opens for ex-minister   Macedonia blames Kosovans for deadly clashes Map of Kumanovo Macedonia




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  Macedonia says five Kosovans led the armed group which was involved in deadly clashes with security forces in the northern town of Kumanovo
May.9 Macedonia police killed in clashes with 'terrorists' Map of Kumanovo Macedonia
  At least five police officers have died in clashes in Macedonia with an armed group from an unidentified neighbouring state, say officials
2001 Oct.4 Return to rebel areas halted Aug.25 Blasts ahead of NATO arms mission  The explosions destroyed a vehicle checkpoint near Tetovo. Gunfire was from the nearby villages Aug.19 Battle threatens truce Aug.9 Battle for Tetovo rages
  National Security Council authorised onslaught against rebels
Aug.8 Battle in Tetovo  9 soldiers were killed in an ambush by ethnic Albanian rebels. Tanks and artillery were pounding rebel positions Aug.7 5 rebels killed in raid
Jul.30 Arrest warrants for rebel leaders  Courts have been asked to issue warrants for 11 ethnic Albanians as marathon peace talks go on Jul.26 Rebels begin withdrawal  Ali Ahmeti, NLA leader, will order a retreat from territory captured during recent fighting Jul.25 Rebels to pull back  Ethnic Albanians have agreed to move back to former positions behind a cease-fire line Jun.22   Rebels under attack  Ethnic Albanian rebels come under fire from government tanks and helicopters Jun.10 Macedonians flee as rebels advance May.25 Thousands flee offensive May.21 Clashes reignite conflict May.19 Macedonian forces shell villages May.12 30 rebels killed Apr.28 Troops killed on border  8 soldiers have been killed in a shooting incident near border with Kosovo Mar.25 Macedonia takes rebel positions Mar.24 Macedonia launches offensive
  Government has launched a 'final operation' to crush ethnic Albanian rebels
Mar.22 Macedonian forces resume shelling
Mar.18 Macedonia bombards hillsides Mar.16 Refugees flee Macedonia clashes



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2001 Sep.25 Nato hails Macedonia operation
Sep.6 Parliament backs peace plan  91 to 19 vote approved reforms to upgrade the status of the ethnic Albanian minority Sep.2 Peace talks to resume Sep.1 Peace debate postponed Aug.29 NATO chief pressures Macedonians Aug.24   NATO and rebels agree on arms  3,000 weapons will be put to the Macedonia government. Interior Ministry estimated rebels had 85,000 weapons Aug.22 NATO approves Macedonia force  North Atlantic Council has approved Operation Essential Harvest for the deployment 3,500-strong force to collect weapons Aug.21 NATO general backs Macedonia plan  Conditions are right for the creation of a 3,500 member force to collect weapons Aug.14 Rebels sign arms pact Aug.5 Solana arrives for peace drive  EU foreign policy chief was accompanied by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Jul.26 Envoys met leaders  NATO Secretary-General G. Robertson and the EU's foreign affairs chief J. Solana believe peace talks are back on track Jul.6   Fragile truce holding  Chief of general staff and Ali Ahmeti, the rebel political leader signed a cease-fire documents with NATO Jun.21 Peace talks resumed Jun.5 Fierce clashes  Rebels are attacking army positions near Gajre. Tank and machine gun fire could be heard May.10 Albanian PM urges Macedonia deal



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2003 Mar.31 EU force begins Macedonia duty
2001 Sep.26 Nato approves new Macedonia force Sep.7 2nd phase of arms collection  In the first phase of Operation Essential Harvest, troops collected 1,200 weapons Aug.30 NATO collects 1/3 of weapons Aug.26 Blast as NATO sets weapons target Aug.18   NATO begins Macedonia mission
  Vanguard of 400 troops arrived to collect arms from rebels
Aug.17 NATO force decision delayed  As 40 British troops headed to Macedonia, NATO delayed a decision on deploying thousands more Jun.29   NATO approves Macedonia force  NATO will send a 3,000-strong force to help disarm ethnic Albanian rebels