The refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece was relatively calm on Monday. Earlier on Sunday, around 3,000 migrants clashed with the Macedonian police while trying to cross the border.
A strong majority in Macedonia has voted to change the country's name, but low turnout has undermined the result. Prime Minister Zoran Zaev is resolved to go ahead with the change regardless. What are the next steps?
The low voter turnout for Macedonia's referendum is a bad starting point for the country's future development. The West's hesitation has also contributed to this outcome, writes Adelheid Feilcke.
On Sunday, citizens of the Republic of Macedonia face a historic vote. Should they change their country's name — and in doing so, continue on the path toward the European Union and NATO?
A narrative of Greek resistance has dominated national historical depictions of WWII, but many Greeks also collaborated with occupying German forces. Now, the long taboo and still controversial topic is open to debate.
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