The tribunal found Gruevski guilty of using the vehicle, worth 600,000 euros ($702,000), for personal use even though it was purchased with state funds.
Turkish president to meet Bosniak member of tripartite Presidency of Bosnia Bakir Izetbegovic
I think Europe’s reactions to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are too harsh, says Bakir Izetbegovic
Resolution of ongoing name issue between Greece and Macedonia to 'bring clear benefits' to both countries: May
The name dispute between the two countries dates back to 1991, when Skopje declared independence from the former Yugoslavia.
Summit aims to confirm clear European perspective for Western Balkans, without false expectations , says announcement
In the tourist centre of Sarajevo, a park in front of the national library has been turned into a makeshift camp with several dozen tents.
Serbia, which hopes to join the EU in 2025 at the same time as Montenegro, staunchly refuses to recognise Kosovo's 2008 declaration of independence and still considers the country as its southern province.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek participates in 'Balkan Davos'
The long-running name dispute between Macedonia and EU-member Greece dates back to 1991 when Skopje declared independence following the collapse of communist Yugoslavia.
Recommendation made to EU Council to start accession talks for 2 Balkans nations, says foreign policy chief
I do not want war returning to Balkans, says Jean-Claude Juncker
According to Center for Democratic Transition, 90.5 percent votes counted, Milo Djukanovic gets 54.2 pct votes
Former Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic expected to win election
Several hundred protesters pelted police with stones and destroyed toll booths before setting them alight during the protest near the Morina border crossing.
Six Turkish nationals arrested in Kosovo over links to schools financed by the Fethullah Gulen movement that orchestrated the July 2016 coup attempt in Turkey have been extradited to Turkey.
Police said that a number of schools and universities have had to be evacuated in recent weeks, with bomb-sniffing dogs sent in to search the premises.
The agreement, negotiated with Montenegro in 2015, is crucial for Kosovo to obtain visa-free travel in the European Union and eventually join the bloc.
TIKA releases details of dozens of projects launched since 1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina
US Assistant Secretary of State Wess Mitchell urges Serbia and Kosovo to fulfill obligations under Brussels Agreement
Serbia has refused to recognise Kosovo's independence, declared unilaterally a decade ago.