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Ministry of Interior Affairs: Eight People Detained over Thursday's Unrest in Parliament

20 minutes ago in Crime |

The police detained eight people over Thursday's unrest inside and outside Macedonia's parliament building.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Condemns Parliament Incidents

2 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 37

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Friday it condemns any act of violence, including yesterday's violent incident in the Parliament that must, in no way, be a way to manage challenges.

Parliament Closed while Teams Asses Damage

3 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 53

­ Teams in the Macedonian Parliament began determining the extent of damage which the building sustained during the violent protest on Thursday afternoon.

Boyko Borisov Calls for Calm and Stability in Macedonia

3 hours ago in Politics » Diplomacy | Views: 52

Boyko Borisov, leader of the Bulgarian GERB party and former and most likely future Prime Minister, condemned the incident in the Macedonian Parliament on Thursday.

Gruevski Strongly Condemns Violent Incident, Calls for Immediate Dialogue

3 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 67

VMRO-DPMNE President Nikola Gruevski strongly condemned the violence in the Macedonian Parliament on Thursday and urged the authorities to hold the perpetrators responsible.

Zoran Zaev Refuses to Attend Leaders Meeting, Insists Xhaferi was Elected Legitimately

4 hours ago in Business | Views: 100

SDSM party leader Zoran Zaev rejected the call from President Gjorge Ivanov to hold a meeting of all leaders of political parties in Parliament following the violent incident on Thursday.

Greek Foreign Ministry Statement on Developments in Macedonia

4 hours ago in Politics » Diplomacy | Views: 84

It is with sorrow and concern that we see Macedonia backsliding into deep political crisis.

Skopje Hosts Artists from Europe at International Festival Urban Fest

4 hours ago in Society | Views: 40

­ Artists from Germany, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Portugal, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia will take part at the international living statues festival Urban Fest which will be held Friday and Saturday on Jadran Square in Skopje.

Bulgarian President Voices Concern over Situation in Macedonia

5 hours ago in Politics » Macedonia in EU | Views: 63

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev issued a statement Friday expressing concern over the situation in Macedonia where clashes in and outside Parliament on Thursday night left many injured, including deputies and police officers.

Council of Europe Calls on All Parties to Deescalate and Refrain from Violence

6 hours ago in Politics » Macedonia in EU | Views: 79

The Council of Europe calls on Friday the parties in Macedonia to deescalate the situation and refrain from violence.

Foreign Minister Poposki Тravels for Meetings with EU Foreign Ministers in Malta

6 hours ago in Politics » Macedonia in EU | Views: 107

­ Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki is scheduled to travel to the informal meeting of European Union foreign affairs ministers at Malta which is called by EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.

NASA Space Apps Challenge Skopje 2017

7 hours ago in Science and Technology | Views: 33

­ The fifth edition of global NASA Space Apps Challenge will be held April 29 and 30 in Skopje in organisation of the New Man’s Business Accelerator under the auspices of President Gjorge Ivanov.

Serbian President Urges Macedonian Political Leaders to Resolve Issues through Talks

8 hours ago in Politics | Views: 123

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that the incident in the Macedonian Parliament on Thursday is something that can have regional repercussions and called on Macedonian politicians and the public to act calmly.

Albanian PM Urges Albanians in Macedonia Not to Fall for Provocation

8 hours ago in Politics | Views: 171

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama issued a call to ethnic Albanians in Macedonia not to fall to provocations, after the incident in the Macedonian Parliament sparked by an attempt to force a vote on a new Speaker.

Montenegro to Ratify Joining Nato as Russia Bans Wine Imports

9 hours ago in World » Region | Views: 89

Montenegro is set to approve accession to Nato on Friday in the face of Russian disapproval, the BBC reported.