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Anti-corruption fighter Slagjana Taseva has been appointed head of a municipal review commission to probe the financing of the government-sponsored revamp of Macedonia's capital.
Several thousand Macedonians took to the streets and jeered the country’s PM after the ethnically-mixed town of Kicevo got its first Albanian mayor in Sunday’s municipal vote.
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski’s party is on course for victory in the municipal vote that was held after a political crisis, although the opposition has alleged foul play.
Macedonians voted in municipal polls on Sunday which saw no serious incidents despite a political crisis and ethnic tensions that shook the country in recent months.
The main political players will hold their final rallies on Friday before the election silence kicks off ahead of Sunday's vote.
Managers of a major shopping mall in Skopje say they may go to court over a leaked email that suggests they planned to remove all Roma employees - which they say is a fake.
The European Parliament rapporteur, Richard Howitt, says Macedonia can expect a positive resolution from the Parliament, now the recent political crisis has been defused.
Politicians are routinely misusing public resources and offering electoral sweeteners to voters ahead of the March 24 polls, leading NGOs say.
Presidents, Prime Ministers and others have flocked to Rome for the inauguration of the first Pope from the Americas.
Government and opposition parties have named their proposed members of a commission of inquiry into the events in parliament on December 24 - events that caused a prolonged political crisis.
The opposition Social Democrats announced at a mass rally that they will renew their campaign for early general elections right after local polls are held on March 24.
Supporters of Johan Tarculovski, the only Macedonian convicted of war crimes by the Hague Tribunal, are counting down the days to a judgment that could see him released early.
Athens has protested to Skopje about a recent attack which damaged graves at a Greek military cemetery in the south-eastern Macedonian town of Valandovo.
Macedonia's - normally feuding - main ruling and opposition parties are uniting against Albanian candidates in two key towns in the west for the March 24 local elections.
Macedonia’s justice ministry has yet to issue an extradition request for two recently-detained ethnic Albanians wanted for trial over high-profile killings near Skopje.
With the message that 'It can be forgiven, but not forgotten,' Macedonia on Monday marked the 70th anniversary of the deportation of the Jewish community to Nazi death camps.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
Macedonia’s state-owned power utility company ELEM has begun the construction of the country’s first wind farm in an investment worth 55 million euro.
All Balkan contestants in the semi finals on Tuesday failed to qualify for Eurosong. Macedonia and Albania are still hoping they will qualify on Thursday show in Malmo.