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Macedonia 'fake raid' trial opens

Four people have gone on trial in Macedonia charged with killing six Pakistanis and an Indian and making it look like an anti-terrorist raid. Prosecutors say the three former police officials and a businessman arranged the deaths to enhance Macedonia’s standing in the war against terror. The seven immigrants were killed in a village near Skopje in 2002. At the time, police said the seven had been planning to attack Western embassies in Skopje. The defendants deny the charges. The former Macedonian Interior Minister Ljube Boskovski, who was initially charged as the main organiser of the killings, fled to Croatia, where he is in jail awaiting trial.Full Story

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