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  • proper n. A city in the north of the Republic of Macedonia.

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  • Pentagon and NATO officials said alliance forces and Macedonian police mounted an urgent air and ground search for the soldiers, who were last reported on a civilian road in Kumanovo, about 10 miles (16 km) from Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, and less than 3 miles (5 km) from theKosovo border.

    Statistics on the Prisoner of War issue

  • Pentagon and NATO officials said alliance forces and Macedonian police mounted an urgent air and ground search for the soldiers, who were last reported on a civilian road in Kumanovo, about 10 miles (16 km) from

    Andrew A. Ramirez

  • Loss Coordinates: last reported on a civilian road in Kumanovo, about 10 miles (16 km) from Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, and less than 3 miles (5 km) from the Kosovo border.

    Andrew A. Ramirez

  • At the same time, the Serbs won important battles at Kumanovo and Monastir, which allowed the Serbian Army to advance to the Adriatic Sea in northern Albania.

    Pursuit of an 'Unparalleled Opportunity': The American YMCA and Prisoner of War Diplomacy among the Central Power Nations during World War I

  • After four months of conflict, the NLA has eluded Army pursuit and managed to fight on two fronts, near the cities of Kumanovo and Tetovo.

    Going From Bad To Worse

  • The NLA has already cut off the water supply to the cities of Tetovo and Kumanovo, and authorities claim the rebels shelled two Macedonian villages in the hills near the capital.

    Going From Bad To Worse

  • The villagers have lived in their basements for more than three weeks, struggling to survive on dwindling food supplies and without water, electricity or conventional phones since Macedonian authorities cut these services after battles erupted with the NLA in the villages near the city of Kumanovo on May 3.

    Mobile Macedonia

  • Many witnesses reported hearing protracted screaming from victims held in the Kumanovo police station.

    Going From Bad To Worse

  • An even bigger stumbling block is that the new coalition excludes the rebel National Liberation Army, the ethnic Albanian group that prompted the latest round of fighting by capturing a dozen northeastern villages near the city of Kumanovo on May 3.

    Macedonia: Seeking Solutions

  • This led, after some considerable further difficulties, to a military agreement signed at Kumanovo air base in Macedonia on June 9, and to Security Council Resolution 1244 the next day.

    DELIVER US FROM EVIL

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