- Macedonian president partially annuls politicians' pardons Updated: May-27-16 12:10 pm
SKOPJE, Macedonia - Bowing to domestic and international pressure, Macedonia's president says he is rescinding some of the pardons he issued to politicians accused in a wiretap scandal.
- Macedonia constitutional court annuls parliament dissolution Updated: May-25-16 7:06 am
SKOPJE, Macedonia - Macedonia's constitutional court has ruled that a decision to dissolve parliament to pave the way for early general elections was unconstitutional, and has formally annulled the move.
- Britain says Macedonia turmoil is damaging EU, NATO hopes Updated: May-23-16 8:16 am
BRUSSELS - Britain has warned Macedonia that its future in the European Union and NATO could be in peril amid political turmoil linked to a wiretapping scandal last year.
- Refugees tell of being pushed back into Greece from Balkans Updated: May-20-16 6:59 am
IDOMENI, Greece - Anwar Ismail Murad passed almost effortlessly along what has become known as the Balkan route, heading north from Greece to Macedonia, through Serbia, Croatia and on to Slovenia. He reached there on Feb. 14, when the border was still open, but that's where his dream abruptly died.
- US official criticizes pardons for Macedonian politicians Updated: May-19-16 11:12 am
SKOPJE, Macedonia - A U.S. State Department official says a decision by Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov to pardon politicians accused in a major wiretapping scandal has damaged the country's credibility.
- Macedonian court sentences 5 people for joining IS group Updated: May-18-16 8:06 am
SKOPJE, Macedonia - A criminal court in Macedonia's capital has sentenced five people to terms ranging from two to four-and-a-half years in prison for joining the Islamic State group and recruiting fighters for it.
- Refugee baby Serbia Merkel in transit across Europe Updated: Apr-28-16 1:04 pm
KRNJACA, Serbia - She has wide brown eyes, rosy cheeks and thick black hair. Her name is Serbia Merkel al-Mustafa.