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International Court of Justice considers "Macedonia" dispute

The International Court of Justice is currently hearing arguments in a lawsuit linked to one of Europe's most intractable disputes.

For almost two decades, Macedonia has been locked in a row with Greece over its name.

Greece also has a province called Macedonia and says the country cannot use the same name.

The BBC's Mark Lowen travelled to both countries to gauge public opinion.

  • 29 Mar 2011