'We oppose FETO and do not support its activities in any way,' says Macedonian Minister for Foreign Investments Adnan Kahil
German chancellor says ready to encourage Athens, Skopje to overcome dispute over Macedonia’s official name
Zaev to visit Turkey on Feb. 11-12 on invitation of his Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim
Greece considers the name "Macedonia" to be part of its own cultural heritage -- it is also the name of a Greek province considered to be the centre of the ancient empire of Alexander the Great.
Athens argues that the name Macedonia suggests that Skopje has territorial claims to the northern Greek region of the same name, of which Thessaloniki is the capital.
Athens argues that its neighbour's name suggests that Skopje also has territorial claims to the northern Greek region of Macedonia.
Turkey's state-run aid agency has equipped new campus of International Balkan University in Skopje
Zoran Zaev meets counterpart Ramush Haradinaj in Pristina
The daily activities of people in different geographies are also naturally different. In some countries people prefer to spend time indoors, while citizens of some countries prefer outdoor activities in touch with nature.
The Social Democrats saw a firm display of support from Macedonia’s electorate on Sunday.
Macedonia's foreign ministry said it was informed by the embassy late Sunday that employees were being called back to Belgrade for consultations.
The landlocked Balkan nation has attempted to join the EU since 2005 but its lingering dispute with Greece -- whose northern province bears the same name as the former Yugoslav republic -- has torpedoed Skopje's efforts.
One of the oldest towers in the Balkans is rising above Skopje, the capital of Macedonia.
High-level meeting sees EU welcome Skopje's commitment to 'address outstanding reform issues'
Cavusoglu's remarks come during joint news conference with his Macedonian counterpart in capital Skopje
"Picking up the thread again is very important," Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said after meeting Macedonia's new foreign minister Nikola Dimitrov.
Foreign ministry expresses hope new government will bring peace to Balkan country
The Parliament of Macedonia approved the new government with Zoran Zaev as Prime Minister.
Instability fears in Macedonia while an "armed group" is being pursued by police. Four policeman have been seriously wounded, and residents evacuating the northern town of Kumanovo.
The protesters allege that a deal struck between the Social Democrats (SDSM) to govern alongside ethnic Albanian parties, which emerged as kingmakers after an early election in December, would threaten national unity.
Nationalist demonstrators forced their way into the building on Thursday evening and the ensuing riots left scores injured, including Social Democrat (SDSM) leader Zoran Zaev and other MPs.