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Court in Greece Approves Macedonian Language Classes

A court in the city of Florina in northern Greece approved the opening of a Macedonian language center in a controversial move that several Greek experts say contravenes the spirit of the Prespa Agreement signed between Greece and North...

Greek Socialist Leader Reports Phone Tapping by Predator Spyware

On Tuesday, Greek socialist leader Nikos Androulakis filed a complaint with the Supreme Court Prosecutor's Office, reporting an attempt to tap his mobile phone using Predator spyware. The leader of PASOK-Movement for Change had his mobile phone scanned last month...

North Macedonia Approves Bulgaria Dispute Deal, Clears Way For EU Talks

The parliament of North Macedonia voted to end a long-standing dispute with Bulgaria, thus clearing its way to European Union membership talks.

North Macedonian Drug Cartel Caught on Mykonos

Members of a drug cartel from North Macedonia, including the 21-year-old daughter of a politician from the country, were arrested on the Greek island of Mykonos. According to Greek police, members of the cartel were selling drugs, such as cocaine...

Lake Prespa: A Greek Eco Park Steeped in History

The Lake Prespa National Park is a place where nature, culture and history mix in creating a fascinating landmark for visitors of all ages

Memo to Dating App Bumble: Macedonia is Greece

Online dating application Bumble has been using the word "Macedonia" instead of the internationally recognized term North Macedonia to geolocate its users. Users recently complained to Bumble, which is the second-most popular dating app in the U.S. after Tinder, about...

The Priceless Ancient Treasures of Dion, Macedonia

In an Eden-like environment at the foot of Mount Olympus lies Dion, the sacred site of the ancient Macedonians.

Dozens Killed in Bulgaria Bus Crash

At least 46 people were killed in an overnight bus accident in Bulgaria, among them several children, officials said Tuesday. "We have an enormous tragedy here," Bulgarian interim Prime Minister Stefan Yanev told reporters. Interior Minister Boyko Rashkov said: "People...

North Macedonia’s Zaev Resigns After Election Defeat

North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said on Sunday that he was resigning following his party’s defeat in municipal elections over the weekend. “I take the responsibility for the results of these elections. I resign as Prime Minister,” Zaev said...

“Chinese Digital Silk Road” Dominates the Western Balkans

China has made inroads in the Balkans by providing security cameras for personal surveillance, thus establishing its digital presence in the region