Prime minister says country now in recovery mode, vows to legislate mandatory flood insurance.
Affair is latest episode in political feuding over politicians’ alleged links to the massive drug trade.
Robert Elsie, an internationally renowned Albanologist from Vancouver, was buried yesterday in an Albanian village after passing away on 2 October.
In Serbia last week, Turkish leader Erdogan promised to crush Gulenism in the Balkans.
Facing an intransigent parliament, Kosovo leader Thaci sought help from Tirana.
Many countries would be glad to rid themselves of waste, but Prime Minister Rama says the country needs to import the stuff.
Much-needed investment is flowing into the Balkans but the pipeline still requires additional financing.
A wedding shouldn’t be an excuse for Catholics not to attend Mass, the Albanian archbishop behind the ban argues.
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