Andrew Testa

Otlja, MACEDONIA

British paratroopers provide security as NATO forces move into a weapons collection site in the rebel-held village of Otlja. Rebels from the ethnic Albanian National Liberation Army (NLA) had deposited a percentage of their weapons in the warehouse in the background.
Macedonia was plunged into crisis in 2001 as rebels staged an uprising, demanding greater rights for the ethnic Albanian minority. A peace agreement brokered by the EU and NATO eventually saw the rebels lay down their arms in return for an acknowledgement of ethnic Albanian rights in a new national constitution.

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Andrew Testa
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Otlja
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MACEDONIA
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