All articles - Page 4

Workshop on Organized Electricity Market

March 24, 2017, Friday @ 08:57 in Business » Energy | Views: 71

A workshop on the establishment of an organized electricity market in Macedonia will be held in Skopje on Friday, organized by University Ss.

Frei: Albanian PM Meddling in Macedonian Internal Affairs Unacceptable

March 24, 2017, Friday @ 08:32 in Politics » Macedonia in EU | Views: 300

German Bundestag member Thorsten Frei (CDU) says it is unacceptable to impose political topics by foreign countries and politicians in Macedonia, MIA reports from Berlin.

US Senate Votes to Overturn Obama Broadband Privacy Rules

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 21:58 in Science and Technology | Views: 59

The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted narrowly to repeal regulations requiring internet service providers to do more to protect customers' privacy than websites like Alphabet Inc's Google or Facebook Inc, Channel News Asia reported.

More than 200 Migrants Feared Drowned in Mediterranean

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 21:28 in World | Views: 161

More than 200 migrants are feared dead in a boat sinking off the coast of Libya, a Spanish aid organisation says, the BBC reported.

London Attacker Identified as Khalid Masood

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 20:40 in World » Europe | Views: 93

British police have identified Khalid Masood as the man behind the London attack, Euronews reported.

Olympics - IOC Hopeful NHL Players will Compete in Pyeongchang

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 20:22 in Sports | Views: 45

The International Olympic Committee was hopeful negotiations with the National Hockey League would eventually be successful, allowing the world's best players to compete at next year's Pyeongchang winter Games, the governing body said on Thursday

The Terror and Torment of Turkey's Jailed Journalists

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 19:52 in World » Europe | Views: 69

Scores of imprisoned Turkish journalists face a Kafkaesque nightmare of legal limbo, farcical charge sheets, maltreatment and even solitary confinement in the country that locks up more reporters than any other in the world.

Argentina Ex-leader Cristina Fernandez to Go on Trial

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 19:24 in World | Views: 77

A judge in Argentina has ruled that the former president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, should stand trial on charges of financial mismanagement, the BBC reported.

Civic Initiative for Joint Macedonia: Younger Generations Take to the Streets

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 18:56 in Politics » Domestic | Views: 151

Another mass rally was held on Thursday which was organized for the 25th day in a row.

Macedonian Exhibit and Trade Center Opens in Moscow

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 18:21 in Business | Views: 95

 The Macedonian Exhibit and Trade Center in Moscow has officially opened its doors Thursday, offering opportunity to domestic companies to promote their products on the Russian market.

UN: Worst Is yet to Come

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 17:59 in World | Views: 196

An estimated 400,000 Iraqis are trapped in the ISIS-controlled Old City of west Mosul amid food shortages and growing panic under shelling, the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR said on Thursday, Euronews writes.

Greece: Woman and Child Injured in Migrant Clash in Chios

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 17:25 in World » Region | Views: 69

A woman and a child were injured in overnight clashes between Afghan and Algerian migrants at a camp on Greek island of Chios on Wednesday night, MIA reports from Athens.

Islamic State Claims Attack in London

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 16:53 in World » Europe | Views: 132

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Westminster attack that left three victims dead in the heart of London, the Independent reported.

Macedonia's Prime Minister Extends Condolences to UK Counterpart

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 16:35 in Politics » Diplomacy | Views: 104

Macedonia's transitional Prime Minister Emil Dimitriev extended Thursday condolences to British Prime Minister Theresa May following the terrorist attack in London on Wednesday.

IPIS Poll: Majority of Citizens Believe Elections Did not Solve Political Crisis

March 23, 2017, Thursday @ 15:59 in Politics » Domestic | Views: 177

A solid majority of Macedonian citizens believe that the December elections failed to resolve the political crisis, a poll conducted by the Institute for Political Research (IPIS) showed.