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Is emigration bleeding the economic life out of Albania?
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The UK vows to clear backlog of asylum-seekers and to return Albanians
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak pledged Tuesday to clear a backlog of asylum-seeker applications as he announced new measures aimed at curbing the number of migrants reaching the U.K. by crossing the English Channel on small boats.
EU accession to be at centre of summit with Western Balkans
Tuesday's gathering in Tirana will be the first time such a summit is taking place in a Western Balkan country.
Pop singer Dua Lipa granted honorary Albanian citizenship
The Levitating singer was born in London to Kosovar parents. The move comes at a time when the UK government has experienced significant criticism for demonising Albanian immigrants to the country.
At least six dead after heavy rain and flooding in western Balkans
Two men were swept away in their car by floodwaters in northwestern Albania.
These are the easiest countries in Europe to learn the language
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Albania breaks diplomatic ties with Iran over major cyberattack
Tirana has accused the Iranian regime of trying to destroy its government's digital infrastructure.
Kosovo pushes ahead with car licensing rule resisted by Serbs
Dozens of U.S. NATO peacekeepers patrolled northern Kosovo on Thursday to preserve calm after Pristina announced that around 50,000 ethnic Serbs in the region would have to switch their car licence plates to local ones within two months.
Four Czechs, two Russians, Ukrainian arrested for espionage in Albania
The seven suspects were apprehended for photographing weapons depots in two separate incidents in Gramsh and Poliçan.