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16 September 2021

16 September 2021

Skopje – The governments of North Macedonia and Kosovo on Thursday in Skopje will hold the first-ever joint session, led by prime ministers Zoran Zaev and Albin Kurti.

Bitola – The opening ceremony of the 42nd edition of the International Cinematographers Film Festival “Manaki Brothers” will take place Thursday evening in the National Institute Museum in Bitola with the screening of the Macedonian film Sisterhood.

Zagreb – Some of the protesters, who rallied against the rigorous application of the recovered-vaccinated-tested rule in Ljubljana on Wednesday night, lit torches and threw them at the parliament building, which was why the police responded with tear gas and a water cannon.

At least three people were killed in an earthquake in south-western China, state media reported on Thursday.

A major contract between Australia and a French developer to build a fleet of 12 submarines was scrapped after Canberra joined a trilateral partnership with London and Washington.

Thirty-two Afghan women footballers and their family members have arrived in Pakistan by way of an overland route, officials said on Wednesday, as an exodus of Afghan public figures continues after the Taliban took power last month.

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