North Macedonia, Serbia Clerics Denounce Gender Equality at Easter

Orthodox Easter messages delivered by two senior clerics in North Macedonia and Serbia have sparked criticism, with Metropolitan Petar of the Prespa-Pelagonija eparchy of the Macedonian Orthodox Church causing particular outrage with his suggestion that gender equality is "blasphemous" and a "poisonous and perverted ideology" that threatens society.

Slovenia lose to Serbia in second round of Nations League

Belgrade – The Slovenian men’s football team lost to Serbia in Belgrade on Sunday 1:4 in the second round of play in League B of the UEFA Nations League to score two consecutive defeats to start the campaign in the second tier of the competition. Another tough test awaits Slovenia in Oslo on Thursday as they face Norway.

Slovenia marks 30th anniversary of Brijuni Declaration

Ljubljana – Thirty years to the day, the Brijuni Declaration was adopted, ending hostilities between Yugoslav and Slovenian forces in the ten-day independence war and suspending Slovenia’s independence activities for three months. It was the first international agreement between Slovenia and the EU’s predecessor, the European Economic Community (EEC).

Juric: The "Amber Alert" system to be introduced as soon as possible

He also stated that the Register of Missing Persons is important, because it can help find the missing more easily.
Juric told Prva Televizija that it is important that missing persons are not invisible and pointed out that it might be easier to find them if their names, photos and the like were known.
He says that such systems exist in most European countries.

Macedonian Church Causes Grave Storm Down Under

The Holy Synod of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, MPC, the Church's highest governing body, this week confirmed that religious rites performed by ousted priests in Australia who are accused of secessionism are not valid.

However, in a move to calm anxious believers, it has said physical reburials need not occur.