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Macedonia court acquits Zaev of bribery charge

Skopje’s Criminal Court acquitted Macedonian PM Zoran Zaev of the charge of having solicited a bribe of 200,000 euros to help a local businessman buy land in his home town of Strumica, Balkan Insight reports. Zaev was charged with the offense as he was raising major...

Kosovo jails eight for planning attack on Israelis

A Pristina court sentenced eight Kosovo citizens to time in jail ranging from 18 months to 10 years for planning to carry out attacks in Albania against the Israeli national football team, Balkan Insight reports. The defendants in the case were reportedly acting on...

Zaev proposes new name for Macedonia

Following talks this week with Greek PM Alexis Tsipras, Macedonian PM Zoran Zaev said a compromise name of “Republic of Ilindenska Macedonia” is acceptable to both sides, the Washington Post reports. “Ilindenska” means “the day of the prophet Elijah,” and it refers to...

Ex-spy Sergei Skripal discharged after poisoning

A couple months after his poisoning in Salisbury, former Russian spy Sergei Skripal was discharged from the hospital, the BBC reports. Skripal’s daughter, Yulia Skripal, who was also poisoned, was released from the hospital last month. They have been discharged...

Turkey and Israel expel envoys over Gaza violence

In response to Israeli forces killing 60 Palestinians during clashes on the Gaza border, Ankara expelled Israel’s ambassador to Turkey, declared three days of mourning and called for an emergency meeting of Muslim nations. In turn, Israel told the Turkish...

Russia tells UN there are no gays in Chechnya

Echoing the words of Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov, acting Russian Justice Minister Alexander Konovalov said at the UN Human Rights Council that the rights of gays were not violated in Chechnya because there are no LGBT community members in the North Caucasus...

Serbia bans entry of Kosovo karate team

Amid rising tensions between Belgrade and Pristina, Serbian authorities blocked the Kosovo karate team from entering Serbia to compete in the European Karate Championship, which is being held in Novi Sad, Balkan Insight reports. The move follows a recent decision by...

Armenia revolutionary leader Pashinyan wins PM vote

Armenian protest leader Nikol Pashinyan has been elected prime minister, bringing an end to the single-party rule of Armenia’s Republican Party, the BBC reports. Pashinyan is promising early elections and an end to corruption and election-rigging. The events...
Полицията задържа Навални, стотици протестиращи срещу Путин

Полицията задържа Навални, стотици протестиращи срещу Путин

Преди встъпването в длъжност на Путин, лидерът на опозицията Алексей Навален и неговите поддръжници излязоха в събота по улиците за поредни  национални протести, наречени” Той не е нашия Цар”. Руските власти отговориха, като арестуваха Навални и стотици...

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