Train traveling from Skopje to Kosovo stoned
SKOPJE -- A train traveling from the Macedonian capital city of Skopje toward Kosovo was attacked with stones on Sunday evening, according to reports.
The Macedonian Interior Ministry (MUP) was quoted as saying that nobody was injured during the incident.
One of the train's windows was broken, the police said.
The incident happened near the Skopje North train station.
The perpetrators remain unknown at this time, while an investigation into the attack is ongoing, said reports from Macedonia.
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