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Slayer Include Bulgaria in their Final Tour in the Summer of 2019

The Trash Metal band Slayer will include Bulgaria in its Final World Tour farewell tour and will delight their Bulgarian fans with a concert on July 11 at a spacious location in the park at Sofia Airport, announced the organizers of their visit here EventEase.

Wikileaks: FYROM would have accepted 'North Macedonia' in 2008

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) was willing to accept the name Republic of Northern Macedonia or Republic of North Macedonia as early as 2008, provided it included the recognition of the "Macedonian" language and nationality, according to a cable of the US embassy in Skopje, released by Wikileaks.

Golden Stag trophy goes to Inis Neziri of Albania

The EUR 25k trophy of the Golden Stag International Festival was won by Inis Neziri of Albania, and it was handed by Luminita Dobrescu, the first singer of Romania who grabbed this trophy back in 1969, at the second edition of the festival.

The 1st Prize of the contest was won by Olivier Kaye (Belgium) and was handed by Gabriel Garko, a special guest of the festival.

Macedonia, Bulgaria To Strengthen Cultural Cooperation

Bulgarian government on Wednesday approved a draft cultural cooperation programme between the Culture Ministries of Bulgaria and Macedonia for the period 2018-2021. SOFIA, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News, app - 15th Aug, 2018 ) :Bulgarian government on Wednesday approved a draft culturalcooperation programme between the Culture Ministries of Bulgaria and Macedonia for the period 2018-2021.

Epic Drama Joins A1 Bulgaria

A1 Bulgaria, previously known as Mtel, has added Viasat World's Epic Drama to its IPTV and cable offers.

Campaign to improve working conditions of journalists

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) said in a press release, that this state of affairs was documented by the European Commissions Enlargement package 2018 published in April 2018.

Serbia guest of honour at International Book Fair in Tehran

Minister of Culture and Media Vladan Vukosavljevic will speak at the opening of the Fair on 1 May, while "Days of Serbia" and the stand of the Republic of Serbia will be officially opened on May 2, the government announced on Friday.

Books by Milos Crnjanski, Ivo Andric, Mesa Selimovic, Danilo Kis, Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, Dositej Obradovic and others authors will be presented.

Wartime Bosniak commander arrested for crimes against Serbs

Dudakovic is suspected of committing war crimes against Serbs in the fall of 1995.

Several other persons, suspected of committing war crimes against Serbs during the war, from 1992 until 1995, have also been detained.

They have been arrested on the order of the Prosecution of BiH, while the investigation against Dudakovic lasted 12 years.

The day after

Watching Sunday's "Macedonia" rally in Athens, I got a strange feeling that I could not quite explain. As the day went on, however, I began to realize that another big cycle was coming to a close. Suddenly, all that we had experienced in previous years seemed irrelevant. It felt as if the action had moved on to a different field but we hadn't moved with it.

In uncharted waters again

Alexis Tsipras grew into a political force inside the anti-memorandum movement and by siding with the so-called Indignant anti-austerity protesters who demonstrated in Syntagma Square in 2011. His vocal champions at the time are the same people who are putting the prime minister through the wringer today because of his position on the name talks with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

Speech by composer Mikis Theodorakis stirs controversy

A speech at Sunday's "Macedonia" protest rally in Athens by veteran composer Mikis Theodorakis, widely respected for his resistance to Greece's junta, provoked debate on Monday.