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The agreement with Greece to rename Macedonia opens a door to unifying all the Balkan states and making all of Europe more secure.
The accord, if ratified, would see the former Yugoslav republic renamed North Macedonia, and pave the way for an enlargement of the European Union and NATO.
Protesters objected to the new name, North Macedonia, with one leader saying those who voted with the government ?are all mortgaging the future of the country.?
A no-confidence vote is expected on Saturday, but it?s unlikely to pass, despite widespread dissatisfaction with the agreement.
Greeks contend that their neighbors? name implies territorial ambition, and have blocked it from joining alliances. Now there may be a breakthrough.
Greece?s long feud with the Balkan neighbor that claims the same ancient name as its northern region is inching toward a deal. But feelings still run high.
Greece is reaching a pivotal moment as it prepares to exit financial bailouts. Greeks who left the country are skeptical.
Yiannis Boutaris, known for his outspoken views against far-right violence and racism, was assaulted at a ceremony commemorating victims of a World War I genocide.
The danger illustrates the unforeseen consequences of impetuous American actions.
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