Director Abdellatif Kechiche, whose film Blue is the Warmest Color won the Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, has decided to auction off that top prize in order to finance his current project, Mektoub, My Love, on which production has been stopp
To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee’s classic story of racism in the southern states of the US, which has sold more than 40m copies since it was first published in 1960, is to be turned into a graphic novel.
The finishing touches are being put to the Glastonbury lineup ahead of the festival opening on 21 June, with Hollywood A-lister Johnny Depp and former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher confirmed to appear, The Guardian reports.
With a staunch commitment and dedication to reform implementation, Macedonia will restore its EuroAtlantic integration process, said the country's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and Johannes Hahn, Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy & Enlargement N
Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov is set to meet Greek counterpart Nikos Kotzias on Wednesday, MIA reports from Athens.
The number of Britons becoming German citizens rose by 361% in 2016, amid concerns that Brexit could make it more difficult for British people to live and work in the EU.
Baritone Risto Velkov and poet Tome Velkov performed at the Macedonian Evening in Sofia-based music center Boris Hristov on Monday.
Kosovo could be heading towards lengthy talks on forming a coalition government, delaying economic reforms, official preliminary results showed on Monday, Voice of America reports.
Several people were injured, including a police officer, in a shooting early Tuesday at a Munich subway station, police said.
The Democratic Union for Integration (DUI) and the Alliance of Albanians have announced their nominees for deputy-ministers in the new Government.
Minister of Information Society and Administration Damjan Mancevski is to hold Tuesday a meeting with representatives of civil society organizations, experts, representatives of the international community and media associations.
Hundreds of people have fallen ill from suspected food poisoning at a camp for displaced people near the Iraqi city of Mosul, BBC reported citing official sources.
Macedonia will try to get an invitation to join NATO with its provisional name first, and afterwards to settle differences over the name with Greece in the two-year period needed for the 29 NATO members to ratify the admission, the Prime Minister Zoran Za
Theresa May has apologised to Tory MPs for the party's election performance, telling them "I got us into this mess I'll get us out of it", the BBC reported.
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Hundreds of people have been detained at anti-corruption rallies in Moscow and St Petersburg, the BBC reported.
Accompanied by building inspectors, Centar Mayor Andrej Zernovski visited several construction sites in downtown Skopje and fined companies who were not following regulation.
The new government is prepared to lead a dynamic reform process towards restoring the recommendation for opening of Macedonia's EU accession talks by the end of 2017.
Minister Samka Ibraimovski held a press conference on Monday to call for improvements in water and electricity supply in several Roma neighborhoods around Bitola.
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