ATHENS, Greece –  Greek lawmakers on Friday, January 25, ratified a landmark name change deal with neighboring Macedonia, handing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras a diplomatic triumph and bucking street protests to end one of the world's most stubborn diplomatic disputes . A narrow majority of 153 MPs in the 300-seat ... (Date:01/25/2019 13:57) Read full article >>

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