The 14th protest in a row was held on the night of April 27 in Skopje, where protesters demanded the postponement of the June 5 elections and the abrogation of the […]
The biting cold of the winter wind has been tempered by spring, but among the thousands trapped in limbo on the Greek border, it is the rumors that no ...
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria Daniel Mitov gave an exclusive interview to IBNA. The head of Bulgarian diplomacy spoke of his country’s ...
A talkfest among the foreign ministers of four countries held in Thessaloniki this week saw agreement on trying to come up with common solutions to th ...
Two massive protests were held on the night of April 21 in Skopje, with a strong police presence. On one hand there were protests by civil organisations backed by the opposition, […]
The European Union has cancelled what were intended to be talks bringing together the Republic of Macedonia’s major parties to resolve that country’s current crisis, after major opposition party SDSM […]
Bright colours are everywhere in downtown Skopje. Protests happen every evening at 6, and people are demanding change in what has become known as Macedonia’s “Colourful Revolution”. Branimir Jovanovic, an […]
Several thousand people turned out in Skopje and other cities in Macedonia on the night of April 18 in protest against president Gjorge Ivanov’s decision to grant amnesty to politicians […]
Eleven out of 56 politicians, officials and former government officials, heads of communes and party leaders have rejected the decision by Macedonian president George Ivanov to pardon them. Through public letters, […]
Protesters in Skopje pelted the Macedonian capital’s triumphal arch with stones and eggs on the fifth night of protests demanding the resignation of president Gjorge Ivanov and calling for the […]