Northern Macedonia, officially the Republic of North Macedonia, is a country located in Southeast Europe. It is bordered by Serbia to the north, Bulgaria to the east, Greece to the south, and Albania to the west. Northern Macedonia was formerly part of Yugoslavia before gaining its independence in 1991. The country has a population of about 2.1 million people and is a member of both the United Nations and NATO. The official language is Macedonian and there are two major religions practiced in the country: Orthodox Christianity and Islam. Northern Macedonia is an emerging market economy with an open market system that encourages foreign investment and trade. The economy relies heavily on agriculture, forestry, mining, and tourism as its main sources of income. The government has taken steps to promote economic development including privatization of state-owned companies and fiscal reform. Northern Macedonia has also sought to join the European Union since 2005 but has yet to be admitted due to disputes over its name with Greece. See agooddir for Macedonia Modern History. Northern Macedonia is home to a number of newspapers, most of which are published in either Macedonian or Albanian. The largest newspaper by circulation is the Dnevnik, which was founded in 1995 and has an estimated circulation of over 200,000. It publishes daily and covers both local news as well as national news. Other major newspapers include Utrinski Vesnik, Nova Makedonija, and Vecer. Utrinski Vesnik is a weekly paper that focuses on current events in Northern Macedonia with an estimated circulation of around 100,000. Nova Makedonija is another weekly newspaper that covers political news as well as current events with an estimated circulation of around 50,000. Finally, Vecer is a daily publication that covers politics as well as current events with an estimated circulation of around 20,000. All these newspapers are available online for readers to access from anywhere in the world. Check simplyyellowpages for other media in the country of Macedonia.