Nikola Gruevski and Ali Ahmeti to Intensify Talks on Forming New Government

January 23, 2017, Monday @ 10:10 in Domestic | Viewed: 32 | Comments: 0 | Nikola Gruevski and Ali Ahmeti Photo: Vlatko Perkovski

The deadline for forming a government is entering the final week.

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No Changes in "Bribery" Case for Year - Zaev to Appear in Court on Monday, Lawyers Have New Demandings

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The first hearing for the "Bribery" case, in which SDSM's leader, Zoran Zaev, is a suspect, was scheduled for 25 January last year.

US Legal Watchdog to Sue Donald Trump over Foreign Payments

40 minutes ago in World | Views: 16

A United States legal watchdog says it will file a lawsuit against the President Donald Trump, alleging he is violating a constitutional ban on accepting payments from the foreign governments, the BBC reported.

Severe Weather Strikes United States, Kills 18 People

1 hour ago in World | Views: 27

Severe weather has killed at least 18 people in US South and injured many more, emergency officials say, BBC reported.

Syria Conflict: Peace Talks to Begin in Kazakhstan

2 hours ago in World | Views: 59

Fresh peace talks aimed at resolving the Syrian conflict are due to begin in the Kazakhstan capital, Astana, the BBC reported.

Australian Open: Top Champion Kerber Wiped out by Vandeweghe

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 20:38 in Sports | Views: 136

The top seed and reigning champion Angelique Kerber was bundled out of the fourth round of the Australian Open by the big-hitting American Coco Vandeweghe on Sunday, losing 6-2, 6-3 on Rod Laver Arena

Finance Minister says Special Prosecutor Janeva Ignored Wealth of Evidence in Wiretapping Case

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 19:50 in Politics » Domestic | Views: 119

Finance Minister and top VMRO­-DPMNE party official Kiril Minoski held a press conference in which he repeated the position of the party that the Special Public Prosecutor's Office (SPO) broke the law and politicized its role when Prosecutor Katica Janeva

Bulgaria Inaugurates Newly Elected President

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 18:45 in Politics | Views: 134

Newly elected Bulgarian President Rumen Radev was inaugurated on Sunday in a ceremony at the Alexander Nevsky cathedral in Sofia.

Macedonian Foreign Minister Responds to Plevneliev's Comments

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 17:49 in Politics | Views: 218

Macedonian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki responded via his social media accounts to a comment from outgoing Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev, in which he called for Macedonia to "renounce the idea of Macedonianism".

Macedonian Handball Team Knocked out of World Championship

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 16:39 in Sports | Views: 136

Macedonia's depleted team was knocked out of the Handball World Championship by Norway on Saturday evening, after a game that ended 34:24.

No Immunity for Gambia's Ex-president, West African Leaders Say

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 14:45 in World | Views: 141

West African leaders did not agree to immunity for Yahya Jammeh during negotiations that convinced Gambia's longtime ruler to flee into exile, Senegal's foreign minister said on Sunday

Andy Murray Out of Australian Open after Defeat by Mischa Zverev

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 13:43 in Sports | Views: 108

Andy Murray's hopes of winning a first Australian Open title ended with a shock defeat by world number 50 Mischa Zverev of Germany in the fourth round

Washington Leads Anti-Trump Protests

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 11:54 in World | Views: 144

Hundreds of thousands of activists have protested across the US following the inauguration of the country’s new president Donald Trump, Euronews informed.

India Train Crash Leaves at Least 27 Killed and 50 Injured

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 10:47 in World | Views: 113

Twenty-seven people were killed and 50 injured after an express train derailed in south-east India on Saturday night in the latest disaster to hit one of the world’s largest rail networks

Donald Trump Slams Media of Dishonesty over Crowd Number

January 22, 2017, Sunday @ 09:36 in World | Views: 123

President Donald Trump has accused the media of dishonesty over the number of people attending his inauguration, BBC reported.

El Chapo Would Likely Do Time in 'Supermax’ Prison

January 21, 2017, Saturday @ 22:15 in World | Views: 91

If Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, known as much for jail breaks as narcotics trafficking, ends up convicted in U.S. court, there is little doubt where he will spend the rest of his life: a super-secure Colorado prison