3 September 2021
Skopje – The 2021 Population and Housing Census will start on Sunday, Sept. 5, and end on Sept. 30, at the same time as the online census for the Macedonian diaspora that started on March 1. As of Thursday, 190,890 nationals living abroad have taken part in the census.
Skopje — Cities that have some of the country’s lowest vaccination rates saw the highest numbers of people dying of Covid-19 from July through August, health authorities said.
Kranj — German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas held out the prospect of Berlin resuming development aid to Afghanistan if the new Taliban rulers form a broad-based and inclusive government.
New York — The devastating storm in the north-eastern United States in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida killed at least 36 people, local authorities said on Thursday.
Beirut — Israeli fighter jets hit targets in Syria early on Friday, the official Syrian news agency Sana reported.
London — Abba have announced their first album in 39 years and debuted two new songs.
London — World number one Novak Djokovic insisted he was not acting like a “spoiled brat” after complaining about a noisy spectator during his routine second-round win over Tallon Griekspoor at the US Open.
Rome — AC Milan striker Olivier Giroud has tested positive for the coronavirus, the Serie A side said on Thursday.