A craftsman's passion
The thing I enjoyed to see in Macedonia was that globalization hasn't reached yet this small country which has managed to retain its authenticity.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
If Scotland leaves, will we be left with FUK?
In Whitehall, there is a phrase for the entity which would be left if Scotland were to vote Yes to independence next year.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
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.
Balkan police synchronise security policies to fight terrorism
Western Balkan countries expect to more readily address security threats by harmonising their security policies with those of the EU.
Eight countries where people suffer the most
During the global financial crisis, suffering increased globally. According to a survey recently published by Gallup, 14% of the world's population was suffering in 2012, compared to 11% on average before the recession began.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Sofia News Agency
CE Anti-Torture Committee to Assess Situation in Bulgaria in 2014
CPT delegations have unlimited access to places of deprivation of liberty, and the right to move inside such places without restriction.
[Opinion] Time to resolve the Greek-Macedonian name game
The recent enlargement package of strategy and progress reports draws the attention to the odd situation of Macedonia - or as it is internationally called: the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
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.
Urban Renewal Or Nationalist Kitsch? Skopje 2014 Stirs Controversy
The construction site of Macedonia's new Archaeology Museum in the center of Skopje.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Recent Study: Fashion Box Greece S.a. (Box) - Financial and Strategic Swot Analysis Review
The brand portfolio of the company includes Replay, Replay & Sons, We are Replay and Replay Footwear.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
S&P affirms Republic of Macedonia ratings, outlook stable
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Friday affirmed the Republic of Macedonia's BB-minus/single-B ratings.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Police planning to stop counterfeit degrees
University professors from the region are asking for countries to exercise stronger control over university diplomas in order to eliminate counterfeit degrees.
"Evn Ag - Power Plants and Swot Analysis, 2013 Update" Published
Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2013 Update Summary The report contains a detailed description of the power generation company's business operations, history, corporate strategy, and business structure.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Macedonia will join the EU Battlegroup next year
Macedonian officials have agreed to allow the army to move ahead with EU integration by demonstrating readiness to participate in and contribute forces to the EU Battlegroup .
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.
Regional countries focus on anti-trafficking measures
It is estimated that there are 21 million victims of human trafficking in the world, and the Balkan countries are joining forces to fight this crime.
IWS Documented News Service
The third European Company Survey maps practices in establishments with 10 or more employees across the EU28, and in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro and Turkey.