Meeting young Macedonians, divided over EU membership
For the past 15 years, North Macedonia has been a candidate to join the European Union. Its application has recently made sudden progress in Brussels. In this small Balkan state, which went so far as to change its name to meet European criteria, what does the young generation think of the country's EU membership bid? Our reporters went to the capital Skopje to meet young Macedonians, who are torn between hope and disillusion over the European dream.
First gay pride rally held in North Macedonia
In a landmark move, North Macedonia hosted its first ever Gay Pride Parade, with cabinet members and foreign diplomats joining LGBT activists in Skopje. Priests from various denominations attended a counter-rally.
Greece: Calm after the Macedonian storm
The controversial accord to rename Macedonia has caused a great deal of resentment in Greece. But with the issue now officially settled, life in Greece goes on. Florian Schmitz reports from Thessaloniki.
Greece approves Macedonia name change
Amid widespread protests, the Greek parliament has ratified a deal that would allow Macedonia to pursue EU membership. Many Greeks are still angry, saying the deal paves the way for Macedonia to claim Greek territory.
Protesters storm into Macedonia parliament, Social Democratic leader injured
Protesters stormed into Macedonia's parliament and the leader of the Social Democrats was injured in a fistfight after his party and ethnic Albanian allies voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker.
Macedonia in state of emergency after deadly floods
At least 21 people have been killed in torrential rain storms near the Macedonian capital, Skopje. Hundreds of people have been evacuated due to severe flooding and the government has declared a state of emergency.
Thousands of refugees still stranded in Greece
Thousands of refugees on Monday were still stranded in Greece at the border crossing with Macedonia, after several tried to break through a border fence earlier today.