Many Greeks believe the name Macedonia implies a territorial claim over their country's own northern region of that name.
- by George Georgiopoulos
Before the family of Kelvin Tinashe Choto knew he had been killed, social media was circulating a photo of his battered body on the counter of a police station.
The shutdown has cut off access to the electronic bank deposits that Zimbabwe's struggling government uses to pay teachers and other public workers, as well as social media services.
- by Farai Mutsake
Organisers of Women's March events across the country say the event has transcended its origins.
- by Mary Ward
The harsh crackdown is in response to protests against dramatic prices for what has become the world's most expensive gasoline.
- by Nqobile Ntshangase & Edith M. Lederer
Protesters surrounded the parliament in Seville where the Popular Party's Juan Manuel Moreno delivered his investiture speech.
Protesters were met with tear gas after barricading roads and burning tyres in response to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's raising of fuel prices and an unfolding economic crisis.
- by MacDonald Dzirutwe
To his allies, Emmanuel Macron's letter to the French launching a national policy debate was an exercise in democracy. To his critics, it was a mere gesture.
- by Richard Lough
Demonstrations first started after thugs beat up an opposition politician in November.
Victoria Police said on Monday they would not pursue costs against Blair Cottrell and Neil Erikson because the event was not 'commercial in nature'.
- by Anthony Colangelo & Melissa Cunningham
In a state that so emphatically rejected race-based campaigning in November's election, why do Neil Erikson and Blair Cottrell garner such attention?
- by Anthony Colangelo