Macedonia and Greece are reopening UN-sponsored talks over their long-standing name dispute.
Protests are held in the streets in Skopje and Pristina as opposition leader says he will step down.
Poll is another blow to former ruling party VMRO-DPMNE, which says it won’t recognize the results.
The attacker was part of the mob that violently broke into the Macedonian parliament in April.
New government in Skopje made promises about a solution, but divisions between the Balkan neighbors run deep.
Bulgaria and Macedonia sign a historical treaty that could prove a key turning point in a region riddled with identity questions.
The abrupt move was a reaction to what Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said were ‘offensive actions’ planned against his country’s interests.
Long divided by divergent versions of history, the Balkan neighbors have now agreed to disagree while moving forward.
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