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Romanian Government Officials Face Embezzlement Charges

6 minutes ago in World | Views: 5

­ Romanian anti­corruption prosecutors say six senior interior ministry officials have been indicted on suspicion of embezzlement and making false statements, AP reports.

Germany's EU Commissioner Oettinger Doubts Brexit Will Happen

41 minutes ago in World | Views: 39

On Tuesday, Germany's EU Commissioner Guenther Oettinger raised doubts about whether Britain would leave the bloc, saying he wouldn't bet on "Brexit"

Car Bomb Explodes outside Somali President’s Residence

1 hour ago in World | Views: 31

A car bomb has gone off outside the Somali president’s residence in the capital, Mogadishu, police said, as cited by Reuters.

Macedonia: UNDP Helps to Reduce Flooding Danger in Polog

1 hour ago in Society » Environment | Views: 37

Louisa Vinton, representative of the United Nations Development Program in Macedonia, and Minister of Local Self Government Shiret Elezi will sign an agreement for cooperation on Tuesday.

'Strong Signal' from Sun-like Star Sparks Alien Speculation

2 hours ago in Society | Views: 35

Astronomers engaged in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) are training their instruments on a star around 94 light years from Earth after a very strong signal was detected by a Russian telescope.

Doroti Pachkova Exhibition to Open at Skopje's Cinematheque

2 hours ago in Society » Culture | Views: 36

Imaginative Deconstructions is the title of the exhibition prepared by artist Doroti Pachkova that will open on Tuesday evening at the Cinematheque in Skopje.

Macedonian Futsal Team Loses Friendly Match against France

2 hours ago in Sports | Views: 21

The Macedonian futsal team lost in its friendly match against France in Skopje 2:1.

Albanian Nationalists Protest in Tirana Against Border Demarcation Deal

3 hours ago in World | Views: 24

Albanian nationalist organizations held a protest in front of the Kosovo Embassy in Tirana against the proposed border demarcation agreement between Kosovo and Montenegro.

USAID and Alkaloid Company Present Corn Harvest Increase on Their Project Farm

3 hours ago in Business | Views: 24

Representatives of the USAID funded project for agricultural development and of the Alkaloid pharmaceutical company will hold a press conference to mark the beginning of harvest at a farm in the village of Malo Konjari near Prilep

Macedonia: Rainfalls Expected on Wednesday and Thursday

3 hours ago in Society » Environment | Views: 35

The weather on Tuesday is forecast to be largely sunny with a weak to moderate northern wind.

Comedy Legend Gene Wilder Dies at 83

4 hours ago in People | Views: 26

Comedy legend Gene Wilder, star of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, has passed away at the age of 83, Sky News reports.

Enterpreneur Kim Dotcom Wins Right to Livestream Extradition Appeal

4 hours ago in World | Views: 24

A judge in New Zealand has said internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom will be allowed to stream his appeal against extradition live online, BBC reports.

North Korea Reportedly Executes Two Officials with Anti-Aircraft Gun

4 hours ago in World | Views: 44

According to reports North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un had two officials executed by anti-aircraft gun, Sky News informs.

Macedonia: Construction Begins on Stip-Negotino Gas Pipeline

5 hours ago in Business » Industry | Views: 40

The Macedonian Energy Resources company begins on Tuesday with construction of its Stip -­ Negotino gas pipeline.

Apple Could Be Ordered to Pay Large Tax Bill to Ireland

5 hours ago in Business | Views: 25

It is possible that Apple could be ordered to pay billions of euros in back taxes in the Republic of Ireland by European Union competition officials, the BBC reports.