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Greece: Suspected Poachers Killed in Raid

December 8, 2013, Sunday @ 18:02 in World | Views: 75

A Greek policeman and two suspected Albanian poachers died in a shooting overnight near Lake Prespa in northwestern Greece, police said Sunday.

Fortress Kale: Church and Mosque Museums to Open Gates in Spring

December 8, 2013, Sunday @ 14:59 in Society » Culture | Views: 158

The initiative for building a church-museum from 2011 was a motive for violent attacks on the museum which led to interruption of its construction.

U.S. War Veteran Released by North Korea Returns Home

December 8, 2013, Sunday @ 14:53 in World | Views: 58

Merrill Newman, the 85-year-old American detained by North Korean authorities earlier this fall -- returned Saturday to the United States, arriving at San Francisco International Airport

The Economist: Ukraine on Verge of Crisis

December 7, 2013, Saturday @ 17:53 in World | Views: 38

Almost a decade after the Orange Revolution, Ukraine is on the verge of another political, economic and social crisis, the Economist reports.

Thessaloniki Mayor to Lead Road Show in Skopje

December 7, 2013, Saturday @ 17:46 in Business | Views: 63

Yiannis Boutaris, Mayor of the Greek city of Thessaloniki, will most probably arrive in Skopje on Dec. 9 to lead an economic delegation for a road show in Skopje, Utrinski Vesnik daily reads.

Stage Director Projkovski: Out-of-Towners Come to See "Eternal House"

December 7, 2013, Saturday @ 17:39 in Independent Insider » Interview | Views: 197

With the opening of the new building, the Macedonian National Theater is becoming a renowned and competitive national institution, says Dejan Projkovski, who had the honor to be the first director to stage a play in the new building.

Tsar Dushan’s Monument in Skopje Damaged

December 7, 2013, Saturday @ 17:24 in Crime | Views: 78

The journalist and editor in chief of Alsat – M TV station, Muhamed Zekiri early morning December 7 published photographs on his Facebook profile from the tearing down of Tsar Dushan’s monument that happened the day before, on the Bridge of Civilizations.

UMO Ilinden Issue Back on the Agenda in Strasbourg

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 22:15 in Politics » Domestic | Views: 73

The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on their last meeting on December 5 2013 have decided to continue supervising the execution of judgments of European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) by Bulgaria regarding the two cases United Macedonian Org

Macedonia: Thirteen Victims of Human Trafficking Identified This Year

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 21:33 in Crime | Views: 109

Macedonian Ministry of Internal Affairs have identified 13 victims of human trafficking this year, out of which eight are minors, Interior Minister said Friday.

Handball: Vugrinec and Pribak Will Play for Macedonia at EHF EURO 2014?

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 20:57 in Sports | Views: 242

Macedonian national handball team could be significantly enhanced for the upcoming European Men's Handball Championship if the rumors about Renato Vugirnec and Nemanja Pribak wearing the national team jersey in Denmark prove to be true, reports.

United Macedonian Diaspora President : Time for U.S. to Take Sides in Name Dispute

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 20:27 in Politics » Diplomacy | Views: 39

U.S., NATO, and EU leaders must not allow Greece to block Macedonia once again at the EU council meeting in Brussels later this month and the NATO Summit hosted by the U.K. in September 2014, putting the future of the country at further risk, United Maced

World Cup Draw Opens Door for Game's Big Guns

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 20:02 in Sports | Views: 27

The convoluted draw for next year's World Cup finals in Brazil on Friday produced a set of groups in which most of soccer's big guns will fancy their chances of reaching the knockout stages, Reuters reports.

Brazil to Open 2014 World Cup Against Croatia

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 19:38 in Sports | Views: 100

Host nation Brazil will kick off next year's soccer World Cup against Croatia in Sao Paulo on June 12, while holders Spain and 2010 runners-up Netherlands will meet again in the group stages following the draw on Friday, Reuters reports.

Fajon: Hopefully EU Will Not Restore Visa Regime for Balkans

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 19:04 in World | Views: 58

Even though the European Council without discussion adopted a regulation related to visa regime of third world countries and Western Balkan Countries, this decision certainly is not an introduction to closing European borders for Western Balkan countries.

Croatia: More Than 650,000 People Signed Against Cyrillic

December 6, 2013, Friday @ 18:55 in World | Views: 42

Campaigners in Vukovar opposed to the official use of Serbian Cyrillic script said Friday they have gathered enough signatures to call a referendum on the issue.