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.
Deadlocked Serbia and Kosovo, along with Macedonia and Greece, show willingness to talk things over.
Nikola Gruevski and many former government members face accusations of numerous serious crimes during their long years in office.
Serbian intelligence also accused of involvement in bid to prevent NATO entry.
Political deadlock ends as pro-Western coalition of Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties wins parliamentary vote.
Brawl breaks out as protesters angered by election of an ethnic Albanian as speaker invade the building.
While EU Council head urges politicians not to aggravate ethnic tensions, Skopje blames Tirana for trying to undermine the constitutional order.
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