BLACE, Macedonia, May 1 (AFP) -
A new wave of more than 7,000 Kosovo Albanians arrived in Macedonia Saturday,
saying they had been forced out of their towns and villages in a Serb onslaught.
A spokeswoman for the United Nations
High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said the refugees had crossed at
three border posts.
Up to 5,000 people arrived at the Blace
border post by train and bus, Paula Ghedini said. Some 1,000 crossed at
Lojane and another 1,200 at Jazince.
Refugees arriving here said entire areas
around Urosevac, Gnjilane and the Kosovo capital Pristina were being emptied