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Gambia's Jammeh 'stole USD 50m', assets frozen: Minister

3 hours ago in World | Views: 26

The Gambia's longtime former ruler Yahya Jammeh stole at least US$50-million from the state, the country's justice minister said on Monday (May 22), in the first major anti-corruption move by the country's new president, Channel News Asia reported.

EU Sets out Brexit Mandate for Chief Negotiator Barnier

3 hours ago in World » Europe | Views: 84

Ministers for the European Union from the bloc's 27 remaining member states on Monday approved the terms under which chief negotiator Barnier will discuss Britain's departure, Deutsche Welle reported.

One Direction Singer Styles' Solo Album Tops US Billboard Chart

4 hours ago in Culture » Music | Views: 32

One Direction singer Harry Styles cemented his transition into a solo career with a chart-topping debut album on Monday, the second member of the band to top the chart, Channel News Asia reported.

Donald Trump Becomes First Sitting US President to Visit Western Wall

4 hours ago in World | Views: 30

President Donald Trump placed a note in the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Monday, becoming the first sitting US president to visit one of Judaism's holiest sites, NBC News reported.

Gruevski says SPO aims to ruin VMRO-­DPMNE for SDSM's benefit

5 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 102

Cases opened by the Special Public Prosecutor's Office (SPO) are based on falsehoods and manipulations, intended for political persecution of VMRO-DPMNE leadership and diverting the attention of citizens from the political developments in the country, par

SDSM Leader Says Government May be Formed Monday or Tuesday

5 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 92

Talks over the composition of the new government's cabinet are expected to start either Monday or Tuesday, SDSM leader Zoran Zaev told reporters on Monday.

US Top Court Tightens Patent Suit Rules

5 hours ago in World | Views: 47

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday tightened rules for where patent lawsuits can be filed in a decision that may make it harder for so-called patent "trolls" to launch sometimes dodgy patent cases in friendly courts, a major irritant for high-tech giants li

Billionaire Michael Eisner Poised to Take Control of Portsmouth

6 hours ago in World | Views: 31

American billionaire businessman Michael Eisner is poised to take control of Portsmouth after the ex-Premier League club’s Supporters Trust (PST) voted to sell its 48.

Balkans Should Join EU or Could Lean toward Russia, EP Official Says

7 hours ago in World » Region | Views: 70

Countries in the Western Balkans that wish to join the European Union should be given clear prospects for membership so that they don't fall into "Russian orbit" and the EU has to be very active in that regard, the leader of the Socialists and Democrats p

Macedonia: Average Net Salary up 1.8 percent to EUR 367

7 hours ago in Business » Finance | Views: 49

The average salary in March 2017 has risen to MKD 22,445 (EUR 367), an increase of 1.

Flynn to Decline US Senate Subpoena in Russia Probe

8 hours ago in World | Views: 32

The former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn will decline to comply with a subpoena from the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating possible Russian interference in the 2016 U.

Supreme Court Postpones Hearing on whether Wiretapped Conversations are Admissible in Court

8 hours ago in Politics » Domestic | Views: 53

The Supreme Court justices postponed their decision on the issue whether unlawfully wiretapped phone conversations can be used as evidence before the courts.

North Korean Rocket Test Sparks Western Fury

May 22, 2017, Monday @ 14:34 in World | Views: 39

The latest test-firing by North Korea of a intermediate range missile has provoked a furious reaction from the West, South Korea and other regional powers.

Simon Trpceski Opens New Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra Building

May 22, 2017, Monday @ 13:57 in Culture » Music | Views: 83

With a grand concert by leading Macedonian pianist Simon Trpceski and the Philharmonic Orchestra conducted Vladimir Ashkenazi, the new building of the Philharmonic Orchestra was inaugurated on Sunday evening.

Man Set on Fire as Violence Sweeps Venezuela

May 22, 2017, Monday @ 13:04 in World | Views: 65

The violence in Venezuela is growing ever more brutal as the country enters a 50th day of protest against the rule of president Nicolas Maduro.