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Diplomatic squabbles over Mother Teresa's legacyupdated: Wed May 26 2010 13:22:00

August marks the 100th anniversary of Mother Teresa's birth and few will be prouder than the citizens of her birthplace Skopje.

Marco the child geniusupdated: Tue May 18 2010 08:00:00

CNN's Anna Coren meets a boy from Skopje, Macedonia, who is very unlike other children of his age.

Skopje: Under-explored gem in heart of the Balkansupdated: Mon May 17 2010 06:10:00

Housing over a quarter of the country's population, Skopje is Macedonia's largest and most diverse city. With a long history marked by Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman rule, the region boasts a wealth of ancient sites and intriguing relics.

Country profile: Macedoniaupdated: Tue May 04 2010 21:25:00

Macedonia is a small mountainous, landlocked country bordering Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo and Serbia.

Scots crash to early goal in Macedoniaupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 05:26:00

Ilcho Naumoski's fifth minute goal gave Macedonia a great start to their World Cup qualifying campaign, as they went on to upset Scotland 1-0 in the Group 9 encounter in searing temperatures in Skopje.

Dutch delight coach with Skopje successupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 05:03:00

The Netherlands opened their 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign with a 2-1 victory away to Macedonia on Wednesday night to give new coach Bert van Marwijk his first competitive victory.

Depot explodes in huge cloudupdated: Mon Mar 17 2008 12:54:00

An army ammunition dump explodes in Albania, sending a mushroom cloud soaring over nearby homes.

Vajs given Macedonia squad call-upupdated: Mon Mar 12 2007 13:26:00

Macedonia coach Sreco Katanec has included Rabotnicki Skopje defender Miroslav Vajs in his 19-man squad for the Euro 2008 qualifier against Croatia in Zagreb on March 24.

Croatia defeat Israel in thrillerupdated: Wed Nov 15 2006 14:01:00

Croatia's Brazilian-born striker Eduardo Da Silva hit a hat-trick and Darjo Srna added a penalty as the visitors scored a dramatic 4-3 win over Israel to go top of Euro 2008 qualifying Group E on Wednesday.

Coach McClaren exploring new ideasupdated: Fri Oct 06 2006 09:12:00

Coach Steve McClaren has told his England team he expects a much better performance against Macedonia at Old Trafford on Saturday than in their nervy 1-0 win over them last month in Skopje.

Debrecen appoint Beranek as coachupdated: Sat Aug 12 2006 12:10:00

Hungarian champions Debrecen have named Czech Miroslav Beranek as their new manager until December 2007.

Slovakia to stage Israeli UEFA tieupdated: Thu Aug 03 2006 12:38:00

Lokomotiv Sofia will play their UEFA Cup second qualifying round first leg against Israel's Bnei Yehuda in the Slovakian town of Senec, the Bulgarian club said on Thursday.

Andone resigns as Bucharest coachupdated: Fri Dec 23 2005 11:08:00

Ioan Andone has resigned as Dinamo Bucharest coach - even though his team currently lead the Romanian first division.

Group leaders Romania held to drawupdated: Wed Nov 17 2004 13:01:00

Group One leaders Romania, beset by injuries and suspensions, have been held to a surprise 1-1 draw by Armenia in their World Cup qualifier.

Stratev quits as coach of Vardar updated: Mon Mar 15 2004 09:51:00

Zoran Stratev has resigned as coach of Macedonia champions Vardar Skopje following a recent run of poor results.

Plane-crash president buriedupdated: Fri Mar 05 2004 07:34:00

Government leaders and heads of state have been paying their last respects to Macedonia's late president, Boris Trajkovski, who died last week in a plane crash.

Macedonia leader feared killedupdated: Thu Feb 26 2004 04:30:00

Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski, a moderate credited for helping to unite his ethnically divided country, is feared to have been killed in a plane crash in southeastern Bosnia.

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