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Kathimerini: We spend a lot of time arguing about Skopje, while the real threat is Ankara

We spend a lot of time in Greece discussing, arguing and assigning blame over the name of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), even though most nations recognized the country as the “Republic of Macedonia” years ago. Continuing...
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North Korea’s Kim invites South Korean president for summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in for talks in Pyongyang, South Korean officials said on Saturday, setting the stage for the first meeting of Korean leaders in more than 10 years, Reuters reports. Any...
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Former Istanbul governor, ex-police chief get jail terms over terror-linked charges

A former governor of Istanbul and a former police commissioner in the province were given jail terms on Friday for their links to Fethullahist Terror Organization (FETÖ), state-run Anadolu Agency reported, citing an unnamed judicial source. The...
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Orban: EU should step up efforts to integrate Balkans

The European Union should step up efforts to integrate the Balkans, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday, adding that Budapest would aim to accelerate the accession of its southern neighbor, Serbia. “We must integrate the...
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German army to set up new NATO headquarters

Germany is expected to set up a new NATO planning and control center, possibly near the former capital Bonn, as part of the alliance’s upgrade plans in Europe, Deutsche Welle reports. The new headquarters is designed to accelerate troop...
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Western powers hail Kosovo’s retract on war crimes court law

Five western nations have welcomed reactions from Kosovo leaders on withdrawing from the idea of repealing or amending a law on a war crimes court, AP reports. A statement Thursday from the United States, Britain, France, Germany and Italy...
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EU, NATO face growing threat of inadvertent military clash, report says

The erosion of arms control agreements, deployment of additional weapons and tensions over military exercises have increased the risk of an inadvertent armed clash between Europe and Russia, according to the annual Munich Security Report. The...
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George Soros donated money to campaign for a rerun of Britain’s EU referendum

George Soros, the billionaire who earned fame by betting against the British pound in 1992, contributed 400,000 pounds through his foundations to a campaign group which is seeking to halt Brexit, the group’s chairman said on Wednesday. “George...
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European Parliament approves proposal to end bi-annual clock change

Changing the clocks every summer and winter could soon be a thing of the past after the European Parliament today voted in favour of retaining the same time all-year round. MEPs say it now puts the pressure firmly on the European Commission...
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Pavlopoulos: Constitution changes for name solution and NATO, EU integration

The name can be resolved only when there are no signs of irredentism, because irredentism is contrary to international law and European legislation, Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos said, reiterating his position about Macedonia that constitutional...