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Albanian opposition protesters accuse government of corruption

In Albania thousands of Albanian opposition supporters have scuffled with police during an anti-government protest in the capital Tirana.They threw

In Albania thousands of Albanian opposition supporters have scuffled with police during an anti-government protest in the capital Tirana.They threw

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Saimir Tahiri: "Albania is a safe country"

Euronews met the Albanian Minister of Interior Affairs in the capital Tirana. Why so many Albanians leave the country for Germany? Saimir Tahiri

Euronews met the Albanian Minister of Interior Affairs in the capital Tirana. Why so many Albanians leave the country for Germany? Saimir Tahiri

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Albania-Serbia nationalist tensions rise

Several small businesses owned by Albanians in the Serbian cities of Novy Sad and Vrsac were attacked on Thursday night by unknown assailants. This

Several small businesses owned by Albanians in the Serbian cities of Novy Sad and Vrsac were attacked on Thursday night by unknown assailants. This

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Albania PM eyes EU membership within 10 years

Albania should join the European Union “within the next ten years”, PM Edi Rama said in an interview broadcast on euronews on Wednesday. Rama was

Albania should join the European Union “within the next ten years”, PM Edi Rama said in an interview broadcast on euronews on Wednesday. Rama was

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Albania's opposition claims landslide victory

Albania’s opposition leader Edi Rama has claimed a landslide election victory. With ballots counted from 94 percent of polling stations, his

Albania’s opposition leader Edi Rama has claimed a landslide election victory. With ballots counted from 94 percent of polling stations, his

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Rival sides both claim victory in Albania's election

Albania’s two main political factions are both claiming victory in the country’s tense parliamentary elections. With around ten percent of the

Albania’s two main political factions are both claiming victory in the country’s tense parliamentary elections. With around ten percent of the