Balkan musicians promote interethnic co-operation
About 50 classical music artists from the former Yugoslavia have joined the No Border Orchestra to promote dialogue and tolerance through the region.
Milford M.D. does pro bono cataract surgery in Macedonia
A fortnight in the less-developed southeast European country of Macedonia seems an unlikely summer agendum for a highly skilled and successful ophthalmic surgeon.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
9 short stories about the mobile networks
UK based EE announced that 4G is now live in 10 more towns and cities, bringing the total to 141.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
A reminder of past conflicts: Demining proceeding slowly
Countries in the Balkans continue to demine areas in which explosive devices were left behind following the most recent conflicts, but the number of remaining landmines is still large and continues to pose a safety hazard, experts said.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Macedonian State anti-abortion ad faces criticism
First Alert Weather Alert: Tornado Watch expires at 10:00 PM on 11/26, issued at 2:59 PM Brooker, FL First Alert Weather Alert: Tornado Watch expires at 10:00 PM on 11/26, issued at 2:59 PM Folkston, GA SKOPJE, Macedonia - Activists in Macedonia are calling on the government to remove state-funded anti-abortion advertisements shown on television, ... (more)
Between Kameni most & Bit bazar, Skopje
The instrument is of turkish origin, and shows an albanian flag. Typically macedonian... Albanian is the second official language of the makedonian republic; the rom language is also recogised as an official language in municipalities where at least 20% of the population are Roms.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Macedonia and Albania look toward a promising future
Albania Prime Minister Edi Rama and Macedonia Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski review an honour guard during Rama's visit to Skopje this month.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
EU demands more reforms from Ukraine to lift visa barrier
While the lead-up to the Vilnius Eastern partnership summit has focused on a mooted EU-Ukraine association agreement, another subject that is dear to Ukrainians will be discussed, free movement across the European Union.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Macedonian police say 4th century artifacts stolen from country's biggest museum
Macedonian police say 166 artifacts, including gold and silver jewelry, dating from the 4th century A.D. have been stolen from storage in the country's biggest museum.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
re: My mother's twisted relationship with Lord Voldemort
There was a dark wizard in medieval times named Voldermortist. In another language, Voldermortist means "Lord of Evil" or "Dark Lord."
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Macedonian Housing Market Woes
House prices continue to slip in Macedonia following a brief glimmer of recovery in 2011, according the country's State Statistical Office.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Atanu Dey on India's Development
Comment on Wuellenweber: "Mother Teresa: Where are her millions" by francislmonteiro
The Angel of the poor died a year ago. Donations still flow in to her Missionaries of Charity like to no other cause.
Watchdog debates Syria weapons plan
People wearing gas masks protest in front of the Albanian Embassy in Skopje, Macedonia, over plans to destroy Syrian chemical weapons in nearby Albania.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Albanians oppose dismantling Syrian weapons
An Albanian student wears a gas mask and holds a sign during a protest against chemical weapons during a protest against the dismantling of Syrian chemical weapons in Albania in front of the Prime Minister's office in Tirana Thursday Nov. 14, 2013.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Macedonia: Giant New Cross Angers Muslims
But if you dare to object to a mega-mosque being built next to your house, you're a racist Islamophobe... .
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Italians 'bought fake dentistry degrees' in Macedonia
Skopje, November 8 - Police in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have stopped Italians buying false dentistry degrees at the university of Tetovo, a town in the northwest of the Balkan country, local media reported Friday.