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Hungary sides with Poland in EU row, tells Brussels to back...

The Hungarian foreign ministry has declared its support for Poland which is under fire from the European Commission over its domestic judicial reforms. "We stand...

Ten things you may not know about Orwell’s ‘1984’

Some argue Orwell's dystopian vision has finally arrived. George Orwell's novel 1984 was incredibly popular at the time it was published, and it remains incredibly...

Germany blocks defense exports to Turkey in worst crisis since WW2

The "worst crisis between Germany and Turkey since World War II" just took another turn worse, after German media reported that in the latest...

Prosecution seeks life sentences for Kumanovo terrorists

At a closing argument Thursday the prosecution in the 'Diva Naselba' case has sought life imprisonment for all 37 men, accused of 'terrorism' and...

Montenegro on fire, but won’t call on Russia for help

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngWvozW_SfA Montenegro entered the coveted NATO alliance, all problems solved. Not quite. As Montenegro media reports, apart from paying multi-million dollar 'membership' fees to the...

Court Testimony confirms involvment of Zoran Zaev Government in Kumanovo Terrorist...

Confirming what WikiLeaks already revealed, this morning a scandalous testimony of a terrorist involved in attack on police and civilians in Kumanovo directly involves...

Jakimovski: The US and EU could never do any of this...

GROM president Stevco Jakimovski, in his latest column asks why is Macedonia signing an agreement with Bulgaria when official Sofia at no point has...

Ukraine rebels announce new state

Russian-backed rebels fighting against Kiev announced on Tuesday the creation of a new "state" that they said would take the place of Ukraine and...

Fake VMRO-DPMNE patriots list objections to Bulgarian agreement

VMRO-DPMNE member of Parliament and head of the Committee on Foreign Relations Antonio Miloshoski said that the Government should not speed into signing the...

Profits: Germany made over €1bn out of Greek debt crisis

Since the beginning of Greece’s crisis in 2009 Germany’s Finance Ministry has cashed in to the tune of €1.3 billion as a result of...

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