Macedonia votes hoping to end political crisis

A man casts his ballot at a polling station in Skopje on December 11, 2016Macedonians were voting Sunday in an early general election in a bid to end a deep political crisis that has roiled the small Balkan country for nearly two years. The vote was called as part of a European Union-brokered deal between Macedonia’s four main political parties after a mass surveillance scandal erupted in February 2015 and sparked rival street protests. According to electoral officials, voting at 3,490 polling stations was going on smoothly and without major incidents.

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