More than a thousand dirt tracks make this landlocked country a great place to mountain bike.
Political leaders in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are hoping for ‘third time lucky’ after agreeing a date in December for an early parliamentary…
More than 20 people have been killed in flash flooding in Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
A hundred more injured in freak weather in the capital of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Police in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have arrested 19 suspected members of a gang and charged them with trafficking hundreds of migrants and other…
About 20,000 protesters in the Macedonian capital Skopje have sprayed the president’s office and parliament with coloured paint.
Greek authorities on Tuesday began a dawn operation to gradually evacuate the country’s largest informal refugee camp at Idomeni on the Macedonian…
It is a daily struggle for survival at Idomeni. Living in filth and exposed to the elements, at least 10,000 migrants and refugees remain stuck at
Greek authorities are urging refugees to leave a makeshift Idomeni camp close to the border with the FYR of Macedonia border to move to official reception centres elsewhere is the country.
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has announced an early parliamentary election is to be held on June 5. It follows months of political
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has announced an early parliamentary election is to be held on June 5. The decision follows months of
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’s (FYROM) special prosecutor said on Thursday (April 15) she would continue investigating a wiretapping
There were violent scenes in the Macedonian capital Skopje on Wednesday night as protesters demanded the president step down over his decision to
Migrants trapped on the Greek side of the border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia again vented their frustration at being unable to
Protesters in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia surrounded the headquarters of the ruling party in Skopje, furious at the decision to drop
At the end of February and five days after the closure of the border between the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Greece tension started to
Hundreds were injured on Sunday after tear gas was fired at migrants
Greece has accused its northern neighbour the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) of excessive use of violence after Sunday’s border scenes
Hundreds of migrants and refugees have been injured during a confrontation with police on the border between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
Scuffles broke out in Idomeni's makeshift camp as migrants pushed for borders to be reopened. One resident describes the conditions in the camp as 'impossible to live'.
In a bid to ease the pressure on frontline countries, the European Commission announced proposals to reform its asylum system.
Greece is bearing the brunt of the migrant crisis. Following the EU-Turkey deal, migrants and refugees attempting to cross the Aegean Sea to Greece
As hundreds of migrants attempted to get across a swollen river, Macedonian police say two men and a woman drowned
Officials say they are now taking steps to return the group of migrants who breached a border fence and crossed into Macedonian territory
Greece is stepping up emergency efforts to help the scores of migrants and refugees now trapped in the country. Around three-thousand people have
The president of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia spoke with euronews earlier about the migrant crisis. Gjorge Ivanov said the border at