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Schalke Fans Raise Vergina Sun Flag

Hot-blooded fans of the German association-football club Schalke 04, raised a flag depicting  the Sun of Vergina and some Greek symbols that Skopjans try to “borrow” in order only to pique the Greek fans of PAOK (Pan-Thessalonian Athletic Club...

FYROM Exports Wines As Paravardarios

FYROM’s Association of Winemakers, which includes nines businesses, will export wines to to European Union countries under the designation of Paravardarios Wine. The designation was made on July 10 in Skopje and in the coming days it will be...

Illicit Antiquities Dealers to Face Trial

Fifty three people will face trial at the Criminal Court of Thessaloniki on the charges of participating in the illicit trade of antiquities in Northern and Central Greece with connections abroad. The illegal network was uncovered in March 2012 after...

Naousa, Art-Ville Until July 14

“There is no need for the people to stay at home. They can go out see different things and take action to combat their stress and depression.” That was the philosophy behind the decision by artists and actors from Naousa,...

11th International Children's Art Groups Festival

Around 300 children from different parts of the world came to The Regional Unit of Serres to participate in the 11th International Meeting of Children’s Art Groups which bear the title, The laugh of the child-The future of the...

Let's Play The FYROM Name Game!

Matthew Nimetz, the United Nations "special" envoy on the tedious issue of what to call the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) has a better job than even Joe DiMaggio did, although it was pretty special to play center...

Toronto Paper Says Macedonia Is Greek

The authoritative Canadian newspaper National Post of Toronto published in its Internet version a travel article entitled Yours to Conquer: Macedonia Is in the Midst of an Alexander The Great Rebranding, written by Bert Archer, on FYROM’s efforts to...

Pella Ancient Agora Excavations to Continue

After the approval of the Central Archaeological Council, excavations at the Ancient Agora of Pella will continue for another five years under Ioannis Akamatis, Professor of Classical Archaeology of the University of Thessaloniki, according to Amna. Pella is an archaeological...

Car Collides with Train in Serres

A car-train accident took place early in the afternoon of April 2 in Serres, Macedonia, Greece. After the collision with a passenger train, the car-driver was transferred to the General Hospital of Serres severely injured. The vehicle passed the safety...

Soufli Still Produces Silk for Europe

The silk production in the Greek city of Soufli has a long history dating from Byzantium ages. The families of Soufli which were involved with the silk industry could not even imagine that this "noble" raw material would be...