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Terrorist Attack in Istanbul: Explosion on Airport in Istanbul in Turkey

1 minute ago in World |

Terrorist attack occurred tonight at the Kemal Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkish media reported.

Alexis Tsipras: EU Policies Led to UK Setback

16 minutes ago in World | Views: 10

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says the crisis caused by the British decision to leave the European Union was predictable because the EU has disregarded core principles of democracy for too long, the AP reports.

Polish Foreign Minister Demands European Commission Leaders Step Down

36 minutes ago in World | Views: 11

Poland's foreign minister demanded on Tuesday that European Union's executive leaders step down because its policy failed to preserve EU's unity given Britain's decision to quit the bloc, Reuters reports.

Greatest Interest for Enrollment Shown in "Dr Pance Karagjozov" High School

1 hour ago in Society » Education | Views: 7

At the first registration and enrollment of students in public secondary schools in the country which started today students show most interest to enroll in the high school "Dr Pance Karagjozov" - Skopje, where there are 578 free places and 519 students w

Traffic in Prilep Normalized after Heavy Accident

2 hours ago in Crime | Views: 18

Traffic on the road Prilep-Bitola, which was interrupted due to an accident, in 5:40 pm was normalized, AMSM said.

"Macedonia Employs 2": Assembly Passed Amendments to Law on Employment

3 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 27

Parliament in the afternoon part of the 107th session unanimously, with 62 votes "for" adopted the amendments to the Law on employment and insurance in case of unemployment, in a shortened procedure.

EgyptAir Black Box Flight Recorder 'Successfully Repaired'

4 hours ago in World | Views: 48

The flight data recorder of crashed EgyptAir flight MS804 has been successfully repaired, raising hopes it will help investigators uncover what caused the passenger jet to go down

Macedonian Opposition Urges Halt on Construction of Skopje Panoramic Wheel

4 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 22

The opposition Social Democratic Union of Macedonia (SDSM) called on Skopje town hall to stop construction of the Panoramic Wheel and to direct the funds toward gasification or construction of an underground boulevard.

Central London Evacuated after Bomb Scare near St Paul's Cathedral

4 hours ago in World | Views: 30

Office workers in the St Paul’s area of central London were evacuated on Tuesday morning after a suspect package was discovered, RT informs.

South Korea Antitrust Regulator to Investigate Tech Giant Apple on 'Some Matters'

4 hours ago in Business | Views: 18

Fair Trade Commission of South Korea is investigating "some matters" relating to tech giant Apple Inc, chairman Jeong Jae-chan said during a parliamentary hearing, without disclosing further details, Financial Express reads.

Gazprom Set for Turkish Stream Talks after Turkish Apology

5 hours ago in Business » Energy | Views: 35

Gazprom spokesperson Sergey Kupriyanov has announced that the energy giant is ready to discuss Turkish Stream with Ankara following the move by Turkey's President Erdogan to apologize over the downer Russian warplane, Novinite reports.

VMRO-DPMNE Leader to Hold Talks with Top EU Officials in Brussels

5 hours ago in Politics | Views: 57

A delegation of the ruling party VMRO-­DPMNE, led by leader Nikola Gruevski, kicked off Tuesday a two­day working visit to Brussels for talks with a number of high officials of the European People’s Party (EPP) and other European politicians.

Macedonian Economy Minister Holds Meeting with USAID's James Stein

5 hours ago in Business » Finance | Views: 57

Economy Minister Driton Kuqi met Monday with USAID Macedonia Mission Director James Stein, referring to the successful cooperation between the two institutions.

World Stocks Rise, as Sterling and Euro Climb First Time Since Brexit

5 hours ago in Business | Views: 29

For the first time in three days following Brexit, world stocks rose, and sterling and the euro climbed on Tuesday, Daily Mail reported.

Macedonia: Prilep Marks 95th Anniversary since Death of Revotionary Gjorce Petrov

5 hours ago in Business | Views: 64

The City of Prilep marked the 95th anniversary of the killing of Gjorce Petrov, a leading Macedonian revolutionary who fought against the Ottoman Empire.