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Burned out vehicle and kalashnikovs found after unknown assailants opened fire on Top Channel TV in Tirana.
The canal across northern Afghanistan will divert water from the dying Amu Darya river.
Azerbaijani forces occupy a hill near the Lachin corridor connecting the ethnic Armenian area of Karabakh to Armenia.
Rival factions are fighting to control Albania's opposition Democratic Party.
A US MQ-9 Reaper drone crashed into the Black Sea after its propeller was clipped by a Russian Su-27 fighter plane on March 14, in the first physical contact between Russia and the US military since ...
The Ukrainian Security Service’s Main Investigative Department has opened an investigation after Russian troops filmed themselves shooting a prisoner of war, Meduza reported on March 7.
Thousands of fake bomb threats linked by officials to Ukraine war have disturbed the everyday lives of North Macedonia’s citizens for months, with schools being the main targets.
Ukraine flew deadly attack drones deep into Russia and almost all the way to Moscow in a move that shook the Kremlin on February 28.
St Petersburg has closed its airspace, grounded all planes that haven’t taken off and turned away inbound flights.
Activist ended up being hoist by his own petard when he was fined for disseminating religious material without permission.
Gripes over power exports, railway contracts and Afghan warplanes seized by Tashkent cause friction.
More than 30 locations evacuated in Skopje and Prilep after the authorities received fake bomb threats.
Death toll across Turkey and Syria rises past 42,000. Missing persons estimates yet to be provided by governments.
Moldova temporarily closed its airspace and Bucharest mobilised military jets in response to reports of mysterious objects floating in the sky.
Some armed looters open fire on soldiers. Anger among survivors, meanwhile, mounts as days of waiting for help to rescue loved ones come to nothing.
Upsurge in gangsterism may be linked to unending “wealth amnesties” that attract foreign mafiosi to the country.
MP, meanwhile, says violent incidents include rescue worker forced at gunpoint to work on clearing debris from particular building.
"If the EU institutions do not ensure that the progress achieved by Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia [is] fully impartial, they will be doing them a disservice. Their path towards Europeanisation must not be subjectivised or romanticised."
A strong presence of North Macedonia’s special police units, a tense atmosphere in Skopje and incidents on the Bulgarian border marked February 4, the 151th anniversary of the birth of Macedonian national hero Goce Delcev, claimed also by Bulgaria.