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· June, 2009

Stories about North Macedonia from June, 2009

Soviet History: Punk Under Totalitarian Rule

26 June 2009

Macedonian blog Panta Rei pointed out to a gallery of Soviet Punks, reminding readers that the totalitarian regime sometimes sent its youth who dressed differently to “re-education” camps.

Macedonia: Real Life Facebook Event

25 June 2009

NGO Youth Educational Forum organized a “real life Facebook event” in Skopje as a creative reaction to the passivity and corruption of the official student organization at the largest state university in Macedonia. The Student Parliament of Sts. Cyril and Methodius University (SPUKM), formerly known as Student Union, was controlled...

Europe: Schengen Visa Regime News

16 June 2009

Belgraded explains why it would be a great thing if in 2010 Serbs, Macedonians and Montenegrins were allowed “to travel as tourists in European/Schengen area without visas.”

Macedonia: Facebook Ads Survey

5 June 2009

GV Author Filip Stojanovski has surveyed some 450 Facebook users from Macedonia on whether they are clicking on the ads placed on Facebook by Macedonian companies and posted the results of the survey on his blog, Razvigor :-).

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