Albanian Terrorists Open Fire On Several Police Stations

Last night, Albanian terrorists opened fire on a number of police stations in the nearby Tetovo, Western Macedonia. As a result of the police return fire, skirmishes lasted throughout the night in several villages. According to the Macedonian Interior Ministry, several armed provocations occurred in Tetovo. One person was wounded as his car came under terrorists' fire. Some Macedonians believe that the shootings relate to the national holiday of Albania and that Macedonian Albanians have decided to celebrate it this way. Others think that the outbreak of violence is just a preface to the terrorists-declared winter offence. According to the Macedonian press, 100 well-armed militants have been deployed just 10 km away from the state capital. Allegedly, they are members of the National Liberation Army, an officially-disbanded Albanian illegal armed organisation.