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Athens accuses Moscow of using its proxies in Greece to kill the “North Macedonia” agreement.
The sites are money-spinners for IT-savvy people in a country with few opportunities for youth.
Poland, Baltic countries are anxiously watching the development of ongoing summit, hoping for increased security pledges.
The union has given the green light to open accession talks with Albania and Macedonia – eventually.
Historic accord would end decades-long standoff but faces stiff opposition from nationalists.
Greek nationalists also plan mass demonstrations against compromise with Skopje in long-running dispute.
Team of Bulgarian and Macedonian paleontologists is examining the skeleton, which was accidentally discovered by a local.
Move echoes political reconciliation with a country many Bulgarians see as their little brother.
The defendants include a former interior minister and several lawmakers allegedly involved in a violent parliament brawl last April.
Despite Albania and Macedonia’s acknowledged progress, a lot still remains to be done.