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Macedonia’s overdue date for starting EU accession talks will be discussed when European foreign ministers meet next week, but Skopje fears new Greek and Bulgarian objections.
Croatia leads the Balkans in providing the best legal environment for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people, while Macedonia offers the least protection, new research says.
A witness in the politically-charged trial of ethnic Albanians accused of killing five ethnic Macedonians near Skopje said that one defendant was nowhere near the crime scene.
European statistical report saying that more than ten per cent of Macedonians have left their country in little more than a decade has stirred up a debate on emigration.
Macedonia’s supreme court has rejected an appeal by former police minister Ljube Boskoski, confirming his five-year prison sentence for illegally financing his political party’s campaign.
The extradition from Kosovo of two ethnic Albanians wanted in Macedonia for the killing of five people near Skopje may take a year, the lawyer for the suspects said.
Macedonia's Vice Prime Minister for European Affairs held talks in Athens with the Greek Foreign Minister in an unusual face-to-face meeting.
The EU ambassador, Aivo Orav, has urged Macedonia to hurry up with forming a commission of inquiry into the events in parliament on December 24, which triggered a prolonged political crisis.
Human Rights activists have condemned a leading Macedonian Orthodox bishop for blaming the increased divorce rate on women trying to be equal to men.
The Macedonian and Bulgarian academies of sciences are mulling ways to end decades of non-cooperation at a time when the two countries' political ties remain strained.
Hundreds of nostalgic Yugoslavs gathered in the town of Berane in Montenegro for the annual relay race in honour of the late Yugoslav leader, Josip Broz Tito.
On International labour day, labour rights activists accused the Federation of Trade Unions of Macedonia, SSM, of failing to stand up for workers' rights.
Region on alert as blast of hot weather takes temperatures across the 30-degree threshold in several countries.
Macedonia’s top anti-discrimination body is turning a blind eye to widespread cases of discrimination in state institutions, local NGOs say.
Branko Crvenkovski, long-standing head of Macedonia's Social Democrats, has said he will step down following his party's drubbing in recent local elections.
The new mayor of Skopje’s Centar municipality, home of the controversial government-sponsored revamp of the Macedonian capital, has halted work on the project pending a probe.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
All the McDonald’s fast-food restaurants in Macedonia have closed because the local company that operated the franchise has lost its licence for reasons which are as yet unknown.
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.