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France to Host Germany, Italy, Spain Summit on March 6 to Discuss EU

7 hours ago in World | Views: 53

French President Francois Hollande said on Monday there would be a summit in Versailles with the leaders of Germany, Italy and Spain on March 6 to prepare reforms for the European Union ahead of the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome

Zivko Chingo Documentary Premieres in Skopje

8 hours ago in Society » Culture | Views: 60

Master Chingo, a video homage about the late Macedonian writer Zivko Chingo, had its premiere on Monday evening at the Cinematheque of Macedonia in Skopje.

President Trump Picks General H.R. McMaster as National Security Adviser

8 hours ago in World | Views: 57

President Donald Trump has selected General HR McMaster as his National Security Adviser, Russia Today reported.

Serbia's President Nikolic Decides not to Run for Re-election

8 hours ago in World | Views: 59

Serbia's President Tomislav Nikolic will not seek reelection, it has been revealed after his meeting on Monday with Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, B92 reported.

Greece: EU and IMF in 'Common Position'

9 hours ago in Business | Views: 50

German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has said the institutions in charge of Greece's bailout have reached a "common position" on how to proceed, the BBC reported.

Russia Rejects Montenegro's Coup Claims

9 hours ago in World | Views: 59

Moscow has denied accusations of a prosecutor in Montenegro of Russian state bodies' involvement in an alleged coup plot during last year's election, Al Jazeera reported.

SPO and Council of Public Prosecutors Hold Meeting on Coup Case

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 19:50 in Crime | Views: 83

The Council of Public Prosecutors of Macedonia and the Special Public Prosecution (SPO), tasked with investigating high-level crime, held Monday a working meeting in relation to the case Coup.

Pence in Brussels, Seeking Deeper Ties with EU

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 19:21 in World | Views: 64

United States Vice President Mike Pence told the senior European Union officials in Brussels on Monday that the Donald Trump administration was looking at ways to “deepen our relationship” with the EU, Euronews reported.

US: 'More than 100 Workers' Fired over Day Without Immigrants Protest

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 19:14 in World | Views: 47

More than 100 workers in the US have lost their jobs after taking part in last week's Day Without Immigrants protest, the BBC reported.

Conference on Arbitration in Labor Disputes

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 18:45 in Business | Views: 23

The Confederation of Free Trade Unions (KSS) will promote Monday the mechanism for amicable settlement of labor disputes through arbitration.

Snow City 2017 Kicks Off at Popova Sapka

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 18:15 in Society | Views: 45

­ Traditional children's event Snow City 2017 will be held on Feb.

Donald Trump Tries to Explain Remark about Sweden amid Confusion

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 17:46 in World | Views: 64

United States President Donald Trump has sought to explain why he referred to a security incident in Sweden on Friday which did not actually happen, the BBC reported.

SIPRI: Arms Sales across the World at Highest Level since 1950

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 17:24 in World | Views: 49

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute reports that sales of weapons between 2012 and 2016 have increased by 8,4 percent, reaching the highest level since post­-war 1950.

Twin Peaks Actor Warren Frost Dies at 91

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 17:05 in Society » Culture | Views: 34

Warren Frost, star of US television series Twin Peaks, has died aged 91, BBC reports.

Finance Minister: State Regularly Pays Liabilities to Businesses

February 20, 2017, Monday @ 16:49 in Business | Views: 69

The state is regularly servicing its liabilities to businesses, says Finance Minister Kiril Minoski.