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Google Search Changes Tackle Fake News and Hate Speech

5 hours ago in Science and Technology | Views: 39

Google is changing the way its core search engine works to help stop the spread of fake news and hate speech, the BBC reported.

Sweden Releases Second Stockholm Attack Suspect

5 hours ago in World » Europe | Views: 65

Sweden on Tuesday (Apr 25) released a second suspect held over the deadly Stockholm truck attack earlier this month, prosecutors said, Channel NewsAsia reported.

United Kingdom: Labour Offers Brexit Pledge on EU Nationals

5 hours ago in World » Europe | Views: 44

The stakes have been raised ahead of Britain’s early election in June, with the opposition Labour Party setting out its Brexit strategy, Euronews reported.

Russian Hackers Target French Presidential Candidate Emmanuel Macron

6 hours ago in World » Europe | Views: 58

Russian hackers are targeting the campaign of the French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, say security experts, the BBC reported.

Ivanka Trump Forced to Defend Donald Trump at G20 Women's Summit

6 hours ago in World | Views: 43

Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka was met with groans as she defended her father's attitude towards women at the G20 women's summit in Berlin, the BBC reported.

VMRO-DPMNE Top Officials Meet German, British, Swedish and Dutch Ambassadors to Macedonia

7 hours ago in Politics » Diplomacy | Views: 64

VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski, accompanied by his associates Nikola Poposki, Nikola Todorov and Vladimir Gjorcev, had a meeting Tuesday with the German, British, Swedish and Dutch Ambassadors to Macedonia.

Protesters Urge SDSM to Go out to the Polls

7 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 78

Let’s go to the polls, this is the solution to Macedonia's political crisis in which the country is for a very long time, it was stated by the civil initiative "For Joint Macedonia", which on Tuesday organized a protest in Skopje and other cities in the c

Turkey Air Strikes Kill Kurdish Fighters

8 hours ago in World | Views: 48

At least 18 Kurdish fighters battling the so-called Islamic State in Syria have been killed in air strikes by Turkey, the BBC reported.

Group Claims Russia Metro Bombing, Says Bomber Acted on al Qaeda Orders

8 hours ago in World | Views: 45

A group called the Imam Shamil Battalion has claimed responsibility for the metro bombing in St.

Macedonia’s Tourist Offer Presented in Dubai

9 hours ago in Society | Views: 32

The Agency for Promotion and Support to Tourism of the Republic of Macedonia promoted its tourist offer for the first time this year at the international fair of tourism in Dubai.

Tickets Sold Out for the Vardar ­- Flensburg Quarter-­final Game

9 hours ago in Sports | Views: 38

­ Tickets for the second leg of the Vardar - Flensburg Champions League quarter final game on Thursday were all but sold out in a record time.

Elton John Cancels Las Vegas Shows due to 'Potentially Deadly' Infection

9 hours ago in Culture » Music | Views: 40

Sir Elton John has pulled out of a series of concerts in Las Vegas due to an “unusual bacterial infection” he contracted in South America, which left him in intensive care.

Pope to Egypt to Mend Ties with Islam, Conservatives Wary

April 25, 2017, Tuesday @ 17:15 in World | Views: 59

Pope Francis hopes to mend ties with Muslims on his trip to Egypt on Friday but faces criticism from church conservatives for meeting Islamic religious leaders after a spate of deadly attacks against Christians, Channel News Asia reported.

Promotional Kick-­off Event of “The Single Mother (Self) Employment Program”

April 25, 2017, Tuesday @ 16:46 in Business | Views: 45

­ The promotional event for a presentation of the project “The Single Mother (Self) Employment Program" financed by the European Union will be held Tuesday in Skopje.

After Lesvos Boat Tragedy UNHCR Calls for Legal Ways to Reach Europe

April 25, 2017, Tuesday @ 16:24 in World » Europe | Views: 61

UNHCR has called for establishing of safe and legal ways for refugees and migrants in Turkey to reach Greece and other European Union countries, after the tragic sinking of a boat that killed at least 16 people.