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Macedonians vote for president in test for ruling party

Skopje - Macedonians held presidential polls Sunday in a key test for the ruling party as it seeks to steer the Balkan country towards EU and NATO membership and resolve a long-running dispute over its name.
In the Media by Jasmina Mironski (AFP)

Macedonia holds presidential election

Skopje - Macedonians will vote for a new president Sunday, in a poll seen as a test for the ruling party ahead of general elections later this month in the EU candidate country.
In the Media by AFP

European Court of Human Rights: CIA tortured, sodomized German

Strasbourg - Europe's highest human rights court has found that American and Macedonian agents tortured an innocent German citizen who was mistaken for an al-Qaeda operative.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Alexander the Great — Murdered in Babylon, Resurrected in Skopje

Alexander the Great was clearly insane, even by the cultural standards of his time. A month before he mercifully died (or, more likely, was assassinated) his own generals invited Babylonian priests to exorcise the demons that may have possessed him.
In the Media by Sam Vaknin - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Can the Albanians in Macedonia be bought off?

The Albanians in Macedonia are economically better off than their kith and kin anywhere else in the Balkan. This, they claim, is no thanks to the state. Official unemployment amongst the young is intolerably high.
In the Media by Sam Vaknin - 1 comment

Boy, 9, reaches for his fifth Microsoft certification

Skopje - Marko Calasan was born with a passion for technology. Following four previous Microsoft certifications, this nine-year-old from Skopje, Macedonia is targeting the “Microsoft Certified Trainer” (MCT) certificate.
In the Media by Nathanial Benton - 2 comments

Active Criminal Journalism Gets A 'Whole New' Meaning

Macedonian crime journalist Vlado Tanesvski has been arrested on charges of committing a series of murders that he had reported.
In the Media by Can Tran

Thieves go "a bridge too far"

Theives don't get caught stealing the bridge, they get caught trying to sell the bridge!
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 3 comments

Germany Seeks Arrest of CIA 'Rendition' Agents

Arrest warrants have been issued for 13 people suspected of being CIA agents for their abduction of a man mistaken for a terrorist.
In the Media by Tar De Moutonnoir

Expectations In The Balkans

The planned NATO mission to Macedonia has awakened a wide range of expectations before it has even begun. It is likely that at least some of these hopes will be disappointed. But the start of a new mission provides an opportunity for the international ...
In the Media by Patrick Moore
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