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ONE PERSON SHOT DEAD IN TANUSEVCI GUNFIRE.

MIA

Skopje, February 19 (MIA) - In a gunfire that occurred Friday afternoon near the Tanusevci village between the Macedonian Army border patrol and an unknown armed group, a member of the group was killed, the Albanian language daily "Fakti" reads. Calling upon unofficial Sources, "Fakti" reads that Musa Xhaferi (20) from Tanusevci was killed in the gunfire and buried in the village the same day.

MACEDONIAN PRIME MINISTER BACKS SERBIA IN PRESEVO.

AP

Ljubco Georgievski said in Belgrade on 19 February that he supports Serbia's new plan to stabilize Presevo, AP reported. He added that he opposes unnamed "extremist forces without political support who want to jeopardize peace in the whole region." Georgievski said that the violence must stop if essential foreign investment is to flow into the region.

MACEDONIAN MINISTER OFFERS RESIGNATION.

AP

Interior Minister Dosta Dimovska offered her resignation on 16 February to Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski in order to take moral responsibility for the ongoing scandal over alleged ministry wiretaps of top political, media, and business figures, AP reported. It is not clear if Georgievski will accept the resignation of his close political ally, who denied any wrongdoing. Dimovska argued that "old structures" linked to the previous Social Democratic and Communist governments are trying to politically eliminate me in the interest of foreign countries."

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