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After failed election, Macedonia lawmakers to vote on name change

Macedonia's Parliament will vote Friday whether to push ahead with a plan to change its name to settle a decades-long dispute with Greece.

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U.S. Interior Department watchdog faults Zinke's travel practices: Washington Post

Sending a security detail to protect Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and his wife on a vacation to Turkey and Greece cost taxpayers more than $25,000, the U.S. Interior Department's watchdog agency has said, according to the Washington Post.

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The Orthodox Schism and the Spiritual Limits of Politics

A serious rift in the church could have big consequences in Ukraine, Russia and Greece.

The real lesson of Beto O'Rourke's run

Can Beto's magical narrative attract young voters, Latinos and suburban women to his Senate race? The polls are dicey on it, writes James Moore, but ...

Luang Prabang's latest luxury resort is a design fan's dream stay

Designed by Bill Bensley, Rosewood Luang Prabang ups the luxury stakes in one of Laos' most magical destinations. Find out why this Southeast Asian ...

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Greek Leader Takes Over as Foreign Minister, Too

Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday accepted the resignation of Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and announced he will take over his ...

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Military mom pulls off magical homecoming

The two kids thought they were simply seeing a magic show on Military Appreciation Day. Little did they know, the show was for them.        

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Ancient shipwrecks found in Greek waters tell tale of trade routes

Archaeologists in Greece have discovered at least 58 shipwrecks, many laden with antiquities, in what they say may be the largest concentration of ancient wrecks ever found in the Aegean and possibly...

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In Santorini, tourists who weigh more than 220 pounds are now banned from riding donkeys

If you weigh more than 220 pounds and want to ride a donkey in Greece, you may be out of luck. Santorini is putting weight restrictions on rides.        

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Please, doctor, don't call my lost baby a 'product of conception' | Katy Lindemann

The grief of losing a pregnancy can be compounded by language. More openness and sensitivity is needed“There’s your baby’s heartbeat,” said the ...

'Overweight' tourists on Santorini hit with ban

A burden has been lifted from the shoulders of Greece's working donkey population.

'Overweight' tourists hit with ban in Greece

A burden has been lifted from the shoulders of Greece's working donkey population.

Greece bans 'heavy' tourists using donkeys

Authorities in Greece say people wanting to ride donkeys up the steep slopes of Santorini must weigh under 100 kilograms.

Greece bans 'overweight' tourists from riding donkeys

Authorities in Greece say people wanting to ride donkeys up the steep slopes of Santorini must weigh under 100 kilograms.

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Three women found dead near Greece's Evros river border with Turkey

Three women of unknown origin were found dead, presumably murdered, on Wednesday on the Greek side of the river border between Turkey and Greece, police sources said, an area known for illegal migrant crossings.

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Photo tour: The magical island of Santorini, Greece

The coast is lined with black-sand beaches and steep cliffs. Inland, plant life flourishes. But there is more to Santorini than natural ...

Harry Potter descends upon New York

J.K. Rowling's sketches and notes for her Harry Potter series, along with other magical inspiration from around the world are now on display at the ...

Greek strike to close Acropolis, other key sites on Oct. 11

Strike in Greece over privatization fund set to close Acropolis, ancient sites on Oct. 11

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What’s Wrong With Greek Banks and How It Can Be Fixed

Burdened by the highest ratio of bad loans in Europe, Greek banks have no shortage of challenges. And that was before Greece -- the continent’s most indebted state -- decided to end its bailout program in August without requesting a follow-up lifeline backed by European creditors. If doubts about the state of their balance sheets aren’t addressed, ...

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Greece Turns a Corner, But Leaves Its Banks Behind

The euro-zone crisis is over, but investors are still at risk of losses.

Future of Macedonia's name unclear after referendum

A referendum to change Macedonia to North Macedonia aimed to end a dispute with Greece, and pave a path to NATO acceptance

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A Guide to the Bitter Dispute Over the Name ‘Macedonia’

The leaders of Greece and the Republic of Macedonia agreed, at least in principle, to end a dispute that has divided the Balkan neighbors for more ...

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Greece seeking to drop commitment on pension cuts

The Greek government is urging bailout inspectors to drop their insistence that it cuts pension further next year, arguing the country is on target ...

Molinari hails 'perfect week' with Team Europe

Francesco Molinari's "special year" continued with a magical performance at the Ryder Cup.

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Macedonia leader vows to press on with name change despite referendum failure

Macedonia's prime minister pledged on Sunday to press on with a vote in parliament to change the country's name to resolve a decades-old dispute with Greece, despite failing to secure the 50 percent turnout at a referendum required to make it ...

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