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PM Plenkovic Says Croatia Will Intensify Cooperation with Bosnia

-89 sec ago in Politics | Views: 3

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said in Sarajevo on Friday at the start of a two-day official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina that the two countries would try to resolve their remaining outstanding issues

Macedonian President Ivanov and Serbia's Nikolic Agree on Enhancement of Cooperation in All Fields

25 minutes ago in Politics » Diplomacy | Views: 57

Over the past two decades, Macedonia and Serbia have managed to achieve sincere, friendly relations and constant political dialogue aimed at enhancing cooperation in all fields, said President Gjorge Ivanov after Friday's meeting with Serbian counterpart

Germany's Finance Minister Schaeuble Says ESM Could Play Role in Fiscal Monitoring

47 minutes ago in World | Views: 25

On Friday, the Finance Minister of Germany said that the euro zone bailout fund - the European Stability Mechanism - may be the right institution to take over some responsibility for monitoring euro zone countries' budgets

Dutch Ambassador Praises Gevgelija for Successfully Managing Migrant Crisis

1 hour ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 36

The Municipality of Gevgelija has successfully addressed all challenges stemming from the migrant crisis, Dutch Ambassador Wouter Plomp said Friday after meeting with the municipal mayor Ivan Frangov.

Islamic State Kills 232 and Abducts 8,000 Families Near Mosul

1 hour ago in World | Views: 84

Islamic State has slaughtered more than 200 people near Mosul and taken thousands hostage to use as human shields, officials say,Sky news reports.

Promotion of Anthology of Contemporary Macedonian Poetesses to Be Held on Friday

1 hour ago in Society » Culture | Views: 21

Anthology of contemporary Macedonian poetesses will be promoted within the European Literature Festival "BookStar" in "Public Room" on Friday.

World's Largest Marine Protected Area Declared in Antarctica

2 hours ago in World | Views: 28

Delegates from 24 countries and the European Union have agreed that the Ross Sea in Antarctica will become the world's largest marine protected area (MPA), the BBC reported.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg Says Alliance Does Not Want New Cold War

2 hours ago in World | Views: 49

Nato is not seeking confrontation with Russia and does not want another Cold War, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said, the BBC reported.

Syrian Rebels Launch Aleppo Counterattack

2 hours ago in World | Views: 40

Syrian rebels staged a counterattack in Aleppo with heavy shelling of government-held areas after a weeks-long Russian-backed offensive against besieged districts held by rebels, Al Jazeera reports.

MANU Organizes Symposium to Mark St.Clement of Ohrid Jubilee

2 hours ago in Society » Culture | Views: 23

The Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts (MANU) is holding a two-­day international scientific gathering dubbed “The Millennial Glowing of St. Clement of Ohrid” .

Macedonia: According Statistics At-Risk-Of-Poverty Rate in 2015 Reaches 21.5%

2 hours ago in Society | Views: 35

The State Statistical Office in 2016, based on the Survey on Income and Living Conditions, which is carried out in accordance with European Union recommendations, calculated Laeken poverty indicators for 2015.

Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov Visits Serbia

3 hours ago in Politics » Diplomacy | Views: 29

Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov begins on Friday a three days long visit to Serbia, during which he will meet his counterpart Tomislav Nikolic and Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, and will also visit the Macedonian community in Vojvodina and attend a b

Liberal Democratic Party Promises More Relaxed Law on Abortion

3 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 58

The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) announced its support for changes to the law on abortion, that would make it easier to terminate pregnancy.

Day of Military Police Battalion to Be Marked on Friday

3 hours ago in Society | Views: 30

Ceremony marking the Day of the Military Police Battalion-October 29 will be held in the Skopje­-based "Ilinden" army barracks on Friday.

Macedonian and Serbian Presidents Held a Meeting Over Cooperation Enhnancement in All Fields

4 hours ago in Politics | Views: 57

Over the past two decades, Macedonia and Serbia have managed to build sincere friendly relations and continual political dialogue, towards enhancing cooperation in all fields.