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Macedonian President Revokes Pardons in Wiretap Scandal

President Gjorge Ivanov on Monday revoked pardons he had granted to 34 officials implicated in a wire-tapping scandal that has rocked Macedonia, meeting demands from the opposition, the European Union and the United States. In an EU-brokered deal last year, Macedonia's political parties agreed to hold an early election and that a special prosecutor should investigate allegations that former prime minister Nikola Gruevski and his close allies authorized eavesdropping on more than...

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