North Macedonia: Suspects Detained in Connection to Murders of Teenage Girl and Elderly Man”

The 14-year-old schoolgirl from Skopje had been reported missing on November 27, sparking an intense search. Tragically, her lifeless body was discovered near Skopje, having suffered fatal gunshot wounds

North Macedonia: ‘This morning’ aims to represent Skopje as suitable destination for UK’s tourists

The most-watched daily television show, "This Morning", broadcasted in the UK, has direct coverage from Ohrid and Skopje (North Macedonia). Tourism Promotion and Support Agency are organizing an information trip for journalists and reporters from the above daily show from 17th to 20th April

Physical violence against Bulgarians in North Macedonia is everyday routine; Andrey kovatchev

Andrey kovatchev, member of the European Parliament, reported that after the Bulgarian club's arson in Bitola, damaging and shooting at the Ohrid club, Bulgarians in North Macedonia are on the verge of things happening with fatal consequences

Russia presents documentary film in Skopje, claims Ohrid Archbishopric was never Bulgarian

Stefan Tafrov, the Former Bulgarian representative to United Nations, reported that Russia is set to present a documentary proving that the Ohrid Archbishopric has never been Bulgarian and Macedonia is the homeland of Slavic literature

North Macedonia: 47 police officials injured in protests in Skopje

Authorities in North Macedonia stated that 47 police officers got injured, two of them in severe conditions, after a group of primarily young people threw metal bars, stones, eggs and Molotov cocktails at the parliament building in the capital on Tuesday night.

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Severe Storms with Hail Causes Extensive Damage in Sliven and Surrounding Areas

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Bulgaria Introduces New National ID Cards with Biometric Features for Enhanced Security

This significant change aims to bolster the security of the document and streamline travel and verification processes. The new ID cards are expected to make border crossings easier for Bulgarians traveling to EU countries

Swift Action Prevents Disaster as Fire Erupts on Sofia-Burgas Express Train

The incident occurred at approximately 3:05 p.m., when the locomotive of the express train, carrying 80 passengers, caught fire near the entrance signal of the "Vladimir Pavlov" station in the western part of Burgas

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