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1 day ago · in Europe (dark grey) – [Legend] Capital and largest city Skopje Official languages Macedonian [a] Albanian [b] Official regional languages Turkish Romani Serbian Bosnian Aromanian Ethnic groups (2002) 64.2% Macedonians 25.2% Albanians 3.9% Turks 2.7% Romani 1.8% Serbs 0.8% Bosniaks 0.5% Aromanians (including Megleno-Romanians) 0.9% other / unspecified Religion (2011) 70.7% Christianity ...
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16 hours ago · Islam is the second-largest religion in Europe after Christianity. Although the majority of Muslim communities in Western Europe formed recently, there are centuries-old Muslim societies in the Balkans, Southeastern Europe, Caucasus, Crimea, and Volga region, such as Slavic Muslims, Muslim populations of Albanians, Greeks, Romani, Balkan Turks, Pomaks, Yörüks, Volga Tatars, and Crimean Tatars.
16 hours ago · v. t. e. Aleksandar Vučić ( Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Вучић, pronounced [aleksǎːndar ʋǔtʃitɕ]; born 5 March 1970) is a Serbian politician serving as the president of Serbia since 2017 and as the president of the populist Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) since 2012. Vučić served as the Prime Minister of Serbia in two ...
16 hours ago · From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The origin of the Albanians has been the subject of historical, linguistic, archaeological and genetic studies. Albanians continiously first appear in the historical record in Byzantine sources of the 11th century. At this point, they were already fully Christianized.
16 hours ago · Christianity in Turkey has had a long history dating back to the 1st-century AD. In modern times the percentage of Christians in Turkey has declined from 20 to 25 percent in 1914 to 3–5.5 percent in 1927, to 0.3–0.4% today roughly translating to 200,000–320,000 devotees. Exact numbers are difficult to estimate as many Muslim converts to ...