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Orthodox faithful in Macedonia are celebrating Christmas today. Christmas liturgies are underway in all churches across the country.
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Strong wind swept across Skope overnight, toppling a large number of trees, poles and Christmas decorations, the Crisis Management Center told MIA on Saturday.
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Prilep-based Children's Embassy for All Children in the World organizes Saturday the traditional Christmas lunch for 400 children.
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The Arch 'Macedonia', which depicts parts of Macedonian history and tradition, was formally promoted Friday in Skopje.