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Jailbreaker and alleged accomplices arrested for armed robbery in northern Greece
Did Greece win the name dispute? Should it?
Serbian pensioners risk poverty less than many in EU
According to EU's statistical agency's analysis covering 2017, pensioners at risk of poverty in the European Union was estimated to be 14.2 percent, slightly above the figure of 13.8 percent in 2016. The rate has been rising gradually since 2013, when it was 12.6 percent, the organization has announced.
Germany says Prespes deal adoption is 'victory for diplomacy'
Pope Francis Arrived in Panama
Greek MPs to vote on Macedonia name deal: ANA
The Greek parliament will vote late Jan. 24 on a deal to change Macedonia's name to the Republic of North Macedonia, the Athens News Agency reported.
Process of Ratification of the Name of Macedonia Begins
In the Greek Parliament, the ratification procedures of the Prespa agreement with Skopje are underway.
Police fired tear gas to disperse protesters outside parliament on Sunday (20 January) as tens of thousands of Greeks rallied in Athens to protest ahead of a parliamentary vote to ratify a name deal with Macedonia due this week, reported Euroactive.
Protest against Prespes deal underway
A solution that is not harmful to Greece
Electronic cigarettes seen behind drop in tobacco smokers, study shows
"No wonder NATO and US were happy with outcome in Skopje"
Beta agency reported this on Monday, citing an article published in Moscow-based daily Kommersant.
The newspaper, however, noted that there are now difficulties in the Greek parliament, which also needs to ratify the Prespa agreement. Namely, the Independent Greeks party opposes it and has left the ruling coalition.
"Let's open borders between Montenegro, Serbia, and RS"
Former PM slams Tsipras over Prespes accord
Former conservative prime minister Antonis Samaras lambasted Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Saturday over the agreement signed between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) last June to resolve a long-standing dispute on the latter's name, saying it opens the door for more claims by the neighboring country.