Huge stockpile of WWI artillery grenades found in North Macedonia

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-11-26/Huge-stockpile-of-WWI-artillery-grenades-found-in-North-Macedonia-VJfmlWPm5a/index.html A large cache of unexploded WWI artillery grenades was found near the Tumbe Kafe football stadium in Bitola, North Macedonia. Earlier, 500 shells were removed in October 2019, and an estimated 10,000 more are believed to be buried in deeper layers beneath the same spot. Army sappers will be working for days to remove the grenades, which will eventually be destroyed in a controlled explosion at the Krivolak army camp.

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    In This Story: North Macedonia

    North Macedonia (Macedonia until February 2019), officially the Republic of North Macedonia, is a country in Southeast Europe. It gained independence in 1991 as one of the successor states of Yugoslavia. It constitutes approximately the northern third of the larger geographical region of Macedonia. Skopje, the capital and largest city, is home to a quarter of the country’s 2.06 million population. The majority of the residents are ethnic Macedonians, a South Slavic people. Albanians form a significant minority at around 25%, followed by Turks, Romani, Serbs, Bosniaks, and Aromanians.

    The country became a member of the United Nations in April 1993, but as a result of a dispute with Greece over the name “Macedonia”, it was admitted under the provisional description “the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” (abbreviated as “FYR Macedonia” or “FYROM”). In June 2018, Macedonia and Greece resolved the dispute with an agreement that the country should rename itself “Republic of North Macedonia”. This renaming came into effect in February 2019.

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