Macedonia Six months of fighting could end tomorrow, when Macedonian and ethnic Albanian leaders enter into a formal peace agreement. But several days of bloody armed skirmishes have left many in the country with little hope for peace. NPR's Guy Raz reports from Skopje.
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Six months of fighting could end tomorrow, when Macedonian and ethnic Albanian leaders enter into a formal peace agreement. But several days of bloody armed skirmishes have left many in the country with little hope for peace. NPR's Guy Raz reports from Skopje.