Five reasons you should not visit the Macedonians village of Santasa in Macedonia’s north-eastern part.
Villagers say they have been living in a village of only about 150 people since they were displaced by a war in 1915.
Santasa, which is located in the northern part of the country, was one of the few villages in the region where people could stay for more than two months without the threat of being killed.
Its population has increased by 10% since then, with some residents now living in tents or on small plots of land.
One woman, Gevorgas, told Al Jazeera: “We are a village that had been living on a farm and had the same land as other villages.
We were the only ones left.”‘
Our life is not the same’The Macedonian army destroyed the village of Ljubljana in the summer of 2016, killing at least 80 people and causing widespread panic.
Since then, the Macedonite authorities have tried to clear the village from its residents and the village’s inhabitants have been struggling to survive.
The Macedonian authorities said in March that there were about 200 people living in the village, with the majority of them in the small agricultural fields of Santa.
The village has two main structures, one on each side of the road.
One is an open field, the other a barn.
It is the only one in the town that has a road running through it.
The other structures in the fields are built as shelters.
There are no fences around them and it is a dangerous place for people to sleep.
Gevorge says there are no toilets in the barn and there are a lot of dead bodies inside.
He said the only people who are allowed in the villages are members of the army.
“I don’t know how they manage to find people who want to stay in the forest.
The whole village is destroyed,” Gevoricas said.
“The army is here and they destroy everything.
It’s like they are invading my land and they are killing my people.”
‘We have no choice’For Gevoros, living in this part of Macedonia is dangerous.
He has been working as a security guard for the Macedonia’s National Guard since he was 12 years old and says he has worked his entire life.
“We are in a tough situation, but we have no other choice,” Govoricas told Aljazeera.
“The only thing that we can do is to stay here and try to survive as long as we can.”‘
There are too many people’The village of the village has a population of about 30 people.
The village of Sari has about 200, while Santasa has about 50.
Gevoras says he is worried about his younger brother, who has been living with his grandparents in Santasa for the past two years.
He told Aljais: “There are people in the area who don’t want to leave.
There is a lot more than 30 people, and we don’t have a chance to survive.”
Alija Kosak, an activist with the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Macedonia, said: “They are trying to force the population to leave Santasa.
They are forcing them to leave the village to avoid the army.”
She said the Macedoans military also has a long history of looting.
The centre has documented the looting of the Santas family home in 2015.
Alija said the situation in Santas is getting worse.
She said: ‘The army are attacking the village with bulldozers.
The police have been doing nothing, they have just been watching the situation from the sidelines.’
The situation is getting really bad and we need help to get back to our village.’
‘No place to go’Gevors father, Giorgos, lives with his family in the same small agricultural area.
He says he cannot leave the town because it is not safe for his family.
He said: “There are no places to go.
They don’t let us sleep, and they have no idea what is going on in the surrounding area.”‘
People are dying’Giorgas said the army’s destruction of the villages is being carried out at night and the only time he is allowed to sleep is at the entrance of the house.
He added: “The people are dying.”
Aljija Kosik told Alija Kosack that she had visited Santas earlier this year, and that she saw a woman lying in the open field.
“She was screaming for help,” she said.
She went inside the house and discovered the bodies of several people, including two babies.
Aljikeos family, Giors, and Giorgias have lived in the house since they fled the village.
They told Aljamis about their life in Santases village and their fears