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US President Obama Gives Hillary Clinton Presidential Seal of Approval

July 28, 2016, Thursday @ 08:35 in World | Viewed: 51 | Comments: 0 | US President Barack Obama (L) hugs Democratic nominee for President Hillary Clinton (R), Photo: EPA

US President Barack Obama urged voters to help uphold his legacy by carrying Hillary Clinton to victory at the polls in November, the BBC reports.

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Syria Conflict: Aleppo to Open "Exit Corridors"

10 minutes ago in World | Views: 23

Syria's key ally - Russia, said that corridors in besieged Syrian city of Aleppo will be opened to allow civilians and unarmed rebels to leave the city, BBC reports.

Virginia Senator Tim Kaine Nominated for US Vice President

31 minutes ago in World | Views: 8

Virginia Senator Tim Kaine has been nominated for the post of US Vice-President as Hillary Clinton's running mate in the 2016 presidential election, TASS reports.

Macedonia: Ilinden Ethno Fest to Kick off Thursday

1 hour ago in Society » Culture | Views: 17

­ In light of national holiday Ilinden and the 20th anniversary of Ilinden municipality, a festival of Macedonian songs "Ilinden Ethno Fest" will be held.

Middle-aged Man Found Dead in Skopje's City Park

1 hour ago in Crime | Views: 20

A middle-aged man was found dead Thursday morning near a fountain at Skopje's City Park.

Man Who Tried to Assassinate Ex US President Reagan To Be Freed From Hospital

1 hour ago in People | Views: 25

The man who attempted to assassinate ex US president Ronald Reagan is set to be freed from a psychiatric hospital and allowed to live in the community.

Chinese and Russian Navies to Hold Drills in South China Sea in September

1 hour ago in World | Views: 29

China's defense ministry spokesman Yang Yujun informed at a news conference on Thursday that China and Russia will hold "routine" naval drills in the South China Sea in September.

Venezuela: Opposition Protesters March over Referendum Delays

2 hours ago in World | Views: 27

Thousands of opposition supporters in Venezuela marched demanding a referendum which would oust President Nicolas Maduro from power

Macedonia: Study on Improving Consumer Rights to Be Promoted

2 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 37

The Consumers' Organization of Macedonia (OPM) will promote a study on protection of rights of users of public utility services on Thursday.

Turkey Shuts Down Media, Dismisses More Troops

2 hours ago in World | Views: 43

The Turkish government continues to take action against soldiers and institutions after this month's failed coup attempt, CNN reports.

German Police Arrest Algerian Refugee who Threatened to 'Blow People Up'

3 hours ago in World | Views: 23

On Wednesday, German police arrested a 19-year-old Algerian refugee who fled a psychiatric facility earlier in the day and threatened to “blow people up”, Eurnews reports.

US: Florida's Health Department Investigating Two More Zika Cases Not Related to Travel

3 hours ago in World | Views: 29

The health department of Florida stated that it is investigating two additional cases of Zika which are not related to travel to a place where the virus is being transmitted

United Kingdom: Tech Groups Told Europe Funds 'on Pause'

July 27, 2016, Wednesday @ 22:43 in World | Views: 14

Groups that rely on European funding for tech projects have been told the money is "on pause" in the wake of the Brexit vote, the BBC reported.

Teenager Arrested for Preparing Attack in Germany

July 27, 2016, Wednesday @ 21:58 in World | Views: 55

German authorities arrested a 15-year-old boy suspected of preparing an attack, and believed that he was in contact with the teenager who last week in Munich killed nine people at a shopping center.

No Victims Reported after Suitcase Bomb Explodes in Germany

July 27, 2016, Wednesday @ 21:48 in World | Views: 75

Only 24 hours after the gruesome murder of the priest in Normandy, Europe cannot remain calm.

Pope Francis: The World's at War, but Not a War of Religions

July 27, 2016, Wednesday @ 21:38 in World | Views: 24

The world is at war, but it is not a war of religions, Pope Francis said on Wednesday as he traveled to Poland on his first visit to the Central and Eastern Europe in the shadow of the slaying of a priest in France.