Stories about North Macedonia from May, 2010
The anthem published by the youth branch of the Socialist Party of Macedonia on YouTube was talk of the town on social networks and beyond as part of ridiculous advertising songs trend.
Several Macedonian bloggers joined the May 9 celebration of victory over fascism in World War II.
Worldwide Facebook statistics – at Facebakers.com: in Central & Eastern Europe, the Czech Republic has most users – 2,634,300 people, the country's overall ranking is #29, penetration is 25.8%. It is followed by Poland (#31), which has 2,604,440 users, with 6.77% penetration. Serbia (#41) is CEE's #3: 1,997,540 users, penetration...
Sleeping With Pengovsky, Balkan Insight (via Balkan Travellers) and Piran Café write about the 30th anniversary of the death of the Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito.
Participants in the conference “Can our country go bankrupt?”, organized by the Open Society Institute-Macedonia on May 5, consider that ‘the Greek scenario’ seems unlikely at this time, but urged for caution, especially in regard to increasing public debt/pressure on the private sector.
A police raid and protest turned into a violent riot occurred in Macedonia during April 2009, initiating controversy about discrimination of the Roma.
Jay Z & Alicia Keys get a Balkan rival singing about New York City, too.