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Phil Mickelson Has Magical Round, if Not Magic Number, at Desert Classic

Mickelson’s 2,077th PGA Tour round was a career-best 12 under, falling one shot shy of 59. He leads by three shots over Adam Long.

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Why Greece’s Road to Elections Runs Through Macedonia

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has a lot riding on resolving a seven-decade naming dispute with his country’s northern neighbor, the Republic of Macedonia. 

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Accused Albanian drug lord surrenders to police

One of Albania's most wanted drug traffickers surrendered to police on Tuesday after almost three years on the run on charges of smuggling narcotics ...

NY Times /
‘What Is Democracy?’ Review: Going Back to Greece, Documentary Asks Who Rules

Like democracy itself, this film assumes such a broad mandate and has such noble intentions that indicating its shortcomings seems almost beside the ...

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Protesting teachers in Greece clash with police for second time in a week

The violence broke out when protesting teachers, who are on a 24-hour strike, tried to break a police cordon next to parliament.

Washinton Post /
Pompeo’s and Bolton’s magical misery tours

Trump's two senior foreign policy officials traveled the Middle East, but they mostly exposed divisions at home.

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Macedonia Parliament gives final approval to name change

Macedonia's Parliament gave its final approval to change the Balkan nation's name in one of the last steps to settle a decades-long dispute with Greece.

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Greece says it has grounds for war reparation claim against Germany

Greece told German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday it had grounds to pursue a legal claim for billions of euros in reparations for the Nazi occupation of the country in World War Two.

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Macedonia parliament agrees to change country's name

Macedonia's parliament passed an amendment to the constitution on Friday to rename the country Republic of North Macedonia, in line with an agreement with Greece to put an end to a 27-year-old dispute.

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Macedonian parliament agrees to change country's name, paving way to EU membership

The former Yugoslav republic will now be named Republic of North Macedonia, a move that formally ...

Fox News /
The magical gaze of 'Mona Lisa' is a myth

It's common knowledge that the woman in Leonardo da Vinci 's most famous painting seems to look back at observers, following them with her eyes no ...

Washinton Post /
The Latest: Macedonia backs name change to North Macedonia

Macedonia’s parliament has approved constitutional changes to rename the country North Macedonia, under a deal with neighboring Greece that will clear the way for Macedonia to join NATO and potentially the European Union.

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Macedonia approves constitutional changes to rename itself North Macedonia, finalizing its part of deal with Greece

Macedonia approves constitutional changes to rename itself North Macedonia, finalizing its part of deal with Greece

USA Today /
These 10 dude ranches make for magical winter vacations

Freshly-fallen snow, sleigh rides and skiing        

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Merkel says Greece entering new era, reforms must continue

German Chancellor Angela Merkel commended Greece on Thursday for entering "a new era" after it exited its third bailout program, and said it must continue pushing ahead with reforms.

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Germany's Merkel says expects Greece to return to markets

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday she expected Greece would be able to return to financial markets after it emerged from a ...

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ATP roundup: Top-seeded Tsitsipas falls in Sydney

Top-seeded and world No. 15 Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece will have more time than he wanted to rest before the Australian Open after falling in three ...

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Police investigate suspicious envelopes sent to Greece from India

Envelopes mailed from India to a dozen Greek universities prompted an anti-terrorism investigation on Thursday after tests found an industrial irritant that triggered an allergic reaction in members of staff.

Washinton Post /
Greece: 9 checked over powder-filled letters to universities

At least nine people have received medical attention after letters containing a white powder described as consisting of “industrial irritants” were sent to 11 university and college offices around Greece

The Guardian /
Hallucinations and $100,000: the poker player who shut himself in a pitch-black room for weeks

Rich Alati had a six-figure sum in his sights. As long as he could survive 30 days in the dark with no human contactThree – or was it four? – days after he shut himself in a pitch-black bathroom, Rich Alati started to hallucinate. He saw little white, bubble-like balls, floating around the room. To calm himself he imagined he was in a magical ...

NY Times /
Greece’s Great Hemorrhaging

Everyone wants to see an end to the crisis — not least the Greek people — but the country is a long way from “normalcy.”

The Guardian /
The Guardian view on Trump and the wall: useful for him, not for the US | Editorial

The promise to ‘build the wall’ worked for Trump as a candidate, and he continues to use it as president. Americans are paying the price with what ...

VoA /
Global Certainty of Future Cyberattacks Growing

Cyberattacks on elections, public infrastructure and national security are increasingly being seen as the new normal, according to a global survey on ...

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WATCH: Lindsay Lohan and co-stars talk highlights, drama of new reality show

Lohan talks about her comeback with her businesses in Greece - and her staff and co-stars of 'Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club' share what fans can expect ...

Washinton Post /
Why Greece’s Road to Elections Runs Through Macedonia

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has a lot riding on resolving a seven-decade naming dispute with his country’s northern neighbor, the Republic of Macedonia. Though the two sides are moving toward finalizing an agreement, the peril for Tsipras isn’t over. That’s because the accord could cost him his government, precipitating a snap election ...

CNET /
At CES 2019, a magical Harry Potter chessboard comes to life - CNET

The SquareOff chessboard is smart enough to play you on its own.

Washinton Post /
Photos: Snow coats ancient monuments in Athens and even dusts some beaches in Greece

Photos revealed a film of snow covering several of Athens' famed landmarks.

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