Albania protests continued this weekend as demonstrators hurled petrol bombs against the prime minister's office.
It is the 9th protest of its kind since February.
A robber was killed but others escaped with ‘millions of euros’ stolen as the money was being loaded onto an Austrian Airlines flight.
Albanian opposition protesters on Thursday made further attempts to enter the country's parliament by force as they demand the government's resignation and an early election.
Supporters of Albania's opposition tried to storm the country's parliament building on Thursday as part of an ongoing protest against the govenment
Albanian police have fired tear gas and used water cannon in an effort to disperse protesters trying to break into parliament.
Thousands of Albanians took part in a rally demonstrating against alleged corruption by Prime Minister Edi Rama.
The peaceful demonstration culminated in a march led by opposition leader Lulzim Basha, to hand over signed statements by his MPs giving up their parliamentary seats.
Protesters gathered in front of Albania's parliament on Thursday as pressure increased on the government to step down
They are protesting over alleged corruption and calling for the prime minister to quit.
A three-legged bear is among neglected animals set to be evacuated from what’s been dubbed Europe’s worst zoo.
Construction workers building a gas pipeline from Albania to Italy have stumbled upon some 30 ancient sites that contain treasures from as far back as 1100 BC
Albanians are finding out dark secrets of their past in secret police files.
The Bektashi Order is a Sufi Islamic creed with a long mystic tradition in Albania. Espoused by the Janissaries, the elite soldiers of the Ottoman Empire largely recruited from Christian areas of the Balkans. The Sufi faith does not force devotees to observe the basics of traditional Islam.
EU Commission gives green light, now needs OK from member states
Thousands of political prisoners were forced to work to physical exhaustion and even death down the mines at Albania's Spac camp. Adem was one of them recalling the living horror of his almost 20-year incarceration.
The EU and Albania have signed a draft border agreement that would allow European border agency Frontex to deploy to the West Balkan country in case of a sudden surge of migrants into the country.
Smoke bombs in parliament and clashes with police have erupted over how Albania’s new judicial laws have been carried out. With fears of a parliamentary boycott growing – Euronews explains what’s to come for the Balkan state as politicians grapple with the EU and US-backed reforms.
Litter brought to shore from Albania’s rivers washed up hundreds of miles north in the port of Dubrovnik, Croatia—and environmental activists aren't surprised.
Albanian police and demonstrators clashed outside the parliament in Tirana during the election of the new prosecutor.
Hundreds of houses have been destroyed, whilst 127,000 households are without power, after floods which have paralysed the country.
Albanian communist leader Enver Hoxha commissioned the construction of 173,371 bunkers between 1975 and 1983, they are now being used as beach bars, restaurants, storages, dog houses and museums.
Exit polls give PM Edi Rama and his Socialist Party victory in Albania's parliamentary election
Albania is holding parliamentary elections with all major parties set on readying for EU membership
Albanians head to the polls on Sunday in a general election set to gauge the Balkan nation's readiness to join the European Union.
Gay rights organizations in Albania held their annual pride event in the capital, Tirana, on Saturday (13 May) without any disturbances.
Police in Kosovo say they have arrested 19 people on suspicion of having links with ISIL.