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How a Name Change Opened the Door to NATO for Macedonia

By UNA HAJDARI

This week, the Balkan nation was formally invited to join the military alliance. A seemingly minor change to its name followed years of confrontation with Greece.

S&D chief urges EPP’s Weber to refresh his memory of Greek economy

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

It’s getting increasingly clearer in the circles of Brussels that Manfred Weber is a pre-election “front man” Spitzenkandidat of the centre-right European People’s Party (EPP), Syriza MEP and Vice-President of the EU Parliament Dimitris Papadimoulis said.  

Greece, Turkey vow to defuse tensions through dialogue

By Georgi Gotev

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras stressed Tuesday (5 February) they planned to resolve disputes between their two countries through dialogue.

Tsipras visits Turkey for talks to ease tensions

By Georgi Gotev

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visits Turkey on Tuesday (5 February), where he will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for talks to ease tensions over bilateral disputes and the long-running Cyprus problem.

5 Places: 5 Places to Visit in Ketchum, Idaho

By CATHERINE M. ALLCHIN

The city, in the shadow of Sun Valley resort, has a rich history of mining and sheep ranching, but it’s also “Wild West Idaho,” says professional skier, Lexi du Pont, a local who shares some of her favorite places.

Tsipras: Portugal, Spain and Greece are left-wing β€˜oases in a political desert’

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

Socialist, green and leftist political parties should learn from governments in Southern Europe and unite against rising right-wing anti-European populism ahead of the EU elections, leftist Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has said.

Greek police fire teargas at Macedonia name protesters, MPs queue to speak before vote

By Georgi Gotev

Greek police fired teargas to disperse crowds gathered outside parliament on Thursday (24 January) to protest against a deal over the name of neighbouring Macedonia, as an at times angry parliamentary debate spilled into a third day.

Tens of thousands rally in Athens to protest against Macedonia name deal

By Georgi Gotev

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.

Tsipras kills three birds with one stone with North Macedonia deal

By Nikolaos Koutsimpogiorgos

With the North Macedonia name change deal recently reached between Athens and Skopje, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has achieved more than improving his international image, by putting pressure on his domestic opponents, writes Nikolaos Koutsimpogiorgos.

Clashes and Tear Gas in Greece as Thousands Protest Macedonia Deal

By NIKI KITSANTONIS

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Athens on Sunday, days before lawmakers vote on whether to ratify an agreement to rename the country’s northern neighbor North Macedonia.

F.D.A. Panel Splits on Whether to Approve New Diabetes Drug

By KATIE THOMAS

The advisory committee voted 8-8 on approving the drug, to be called Zynquista, which would be the first oral medication for people with Type 1 diabetes.

F.D.A. Panel Splits on Whether to Approve New Diabetes Drug

By KATIE THOMAS

The advisory committee voted 8-8 on approving the drug, to be called Zynquista, which would be the first oral medication for people with Type 1 diabetes.

Tsipras wins confidence vote, eyes Prespa agreement ratification

By Georgi Gotev

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday (16 January) survived a confidence vote after a row over a landmark name deal with Macedonia sunk his four-year coalition.

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