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Thessaloniki Mayor to Speak at School for Young Leaders Organized by Macedonian President

1 minute ago in Politics | Views: 6

Yiannis Boutaris, the Mayor of Thessaloniki, will speak at School for Young Leaders organized by President Gjorge Ivanov in Ohrid.

USGS: Magnitude 6.8 Earthquake Strikes Central Myanmar

49 minutes ago in Society » Environment | Views: 28

The US Geological Survey reported that a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Myanmar on Wednesday

Turkish President: US Has 'No Excuse' to Keep Coup Suspect Fetullah Gulen

50 minutes ago in World | Views: 32

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said he would tell U.

US Says It Imposed Sanctions on Sons of Warlord Joseph Kony

1 hour ago in World | Views: 53

The United States informed it had imposed economic sanctions on the Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony's two sons, claiming they were commanders in the rebel group blamed for extreme violence in a big part of central Africa.

Two Blasts in Thailand's Pattani Leave One Dead, 30 Injured

1 hour ago in World | Views: 23

Two bombs have exploded in Thailand leaving one person dead and injuring 30 others, Euronews reports.

President Thaci Calls on Opposition Again to Support Kosovo-Montenegro Border Demarcation

2 hours ago in Politics | Views: 23

­ Kosovo President Hashim Thaci again called on the opposition to support the proposed border demarcation treaty with Montenegro, after a bomb blast aimed at the public TV station was allegedly set by opponents of the agreement.

Macedonia: Construction of Kazandol Copper Mine Begins

2 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 40

­Sardich MC, a Ukrainian ­ British company, is set to begin construction of its Kazandol copper mine on Thursday.

Russian Hackers Possibly Behind Cyber Attacks on New York Times

2 hours ago in World | Views: 69

Officials have informed US Media that the FBI is investigating whether Russian hackers have carried out a series of cyber attacks on the New York Times, the BBC reports.

Earthquake Leaves at Least 14 Dead in Central Italy

3 hours ago in World | Views: 45

At least 14 persons have been killed in an overnight earthquake measuring 6.2 degrees on the Richter scale, that hit central Italy.

Macedonia: Media Committee Set to Elect its Fifth Member

3 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 34

­ The Temporary Committee for Monitoring of Media Reporting is supposed to elect its fifth member of Wednesday.

Macedonian Parliament to Debate Public Campaigns and Laws on Lustration

3 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 41

Macedonian Parliament meets on Wednesday to discuss the proposed law on regulating public information campaigns.

North Korea Test-Fires Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile

4 hours ago in World | Views: 27

According to South Korea reports, North Korea has test-fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile.

Turkey Strikes IS Positions In Syrian Border Town Jarablus

4 hours ago in World | Views: 69

According to media reports, Turkish fighter jets have struck IS targets in the Syrian border town of Jarablus.

Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake Jolts Central Italy, Leaving at Least 6 Dead

5 hours ago in Society » Environment | Views: 61

Italian officials have reported that a magnitude 6.2 earthquake has struck central Italy, leaving at least six people dead and others trapped under rubble

Internaut Day: The World Celebrates 25 Years of Internet Surfing

August 23, 2016, Tuesday @ 22:43 in World | Views: 40

August 23 marks the Internaut Day because on this very day 25 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee enabled access of ordinary citizens to the World Wide Web.