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Death of girl on Albanian beach sparks protests against government
Jonada Avida, 7, died after an off-duty police officer struck her with a jet ski while she was playing at the beach with her father.
EU candidates must 'convince' members they are prepared, says Várhelyi
Albanian and Macedonian PMs Rama and Kovačevski were welcomed to Brussels this week by Commission President Ursula von der Leyen as both countries began accession negotiations. Neighbourhood and Enlargement Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi provides Euronews with his perspective.
Europe's week: EU accession talks begin & Brussels defends sanctions
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'Historic moment': EU negotiations open for Albania, North Macedonia
For North Macedonia, the opening of negotiations is 17 years in the making.
Cyberattack blocks government and public websites in Albania
Officials say the hackers used similar methods to other recent cyberattacks in Europe.
Bulgaria's political turmoil could sink a deal to solve EU veto row
A deal looked in reach but it was suddenly thrown into doubt by Bulgaria's government losing a confidence vote in parliament.
'You are a mess guys': Albania PM angry over EU membership delays
"You are a mess guys, you are a big mess and you are a disgrace."
Serbia, Albania and North Macedonia row back on EU summit snub threat
The trio are frustrated at the lack of progress in joining the EU.
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Summit looks to develop plan for mini Schengen zone in Western Balkans
It comes as countries in the region struggle to get the green light to join the European Union.
Albanian man arrested for inciting terrorism on social media
The suspect allegedly used fake online profiles to call for attacks on state institutions.
Good News: UK’s first queer museum and how coffee grows cucumbers
What’s gone well in the world this week? The UK’s first queer museum, how coffee grows cucumbers and the beginner’s guide to landing a plane.
Five sailors drown after tugboat sinks off Italian coast of Bari
The vessel had been heading for Albania when it sank, according to the Italian coast guard.
Do Western Balkan countries like Macron's idea for a two-tier Europe?
Serbia, Albania, North Macedonia and Montenegro all applied to join the EU more than a decade ago.
Watch: Airbase in Albania's former 'Stalin' town to be used by NATO
The base bad been used to store rusting Soviet and Chinese jets since the collapse of the USSR. It will soon host state-of-the-art NATO fighter jets.
Albania's communist-era airbase gets NATO makeover
The airbase is located 85 kilometres away from the capital Tirana in Kuçova, which used to be called Stalin City during Albania's communist era.
Albania could push for solo EU membership bid, says PM Edi Rama
Joint accession talks involving Albania and North Macedonia have been vetoed by Bulgaria.
NATO to open Balkan airbase in member state Albania
Renovatory work on the Kuçovë base began in January, as military spending in much of Europe has been rising.
Tirana renames Russian embassy street 'Free Ukraine'
The decision was unanimously approved by municipal councillors in Tirana.
Constitutional court overturns impeachment of Albania's president
The court said the evidence against Meta did not amount to “a grave violation of the constitution.”
Court set to rule on the impeachment of Albania's president Ilir Meta
To impeach or not to impeach? Court set to decide president's fate.