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Kosovo, Albanian Police Detain Border Officers Suspected of Bribery
Albanian Women in Politics Still Suffering Violence, Study Finds
Iranian Citizen Faces Terrorism Charges in Albania
Albania Special Prosecutors Office in Tirana
If found guilty, Pooladrag faces up to 10 years for the first charge and up to 15 for the second. He is suspected of working for the Iranian secret services and of eavesdropping on The People's Mujahedin of Iran, MEK, an exiled Iranian opposition group many of whose members moved to Albania in 2013 on the advice of the US.
Albania Unveils Sanctions on Russia Over Attack on Ukraine
In Albanian City Once Named ‘Stalin’, a Base for NATO
Marija Kaleta, Albanian Nun Who Risked Her Life Under Communism
EU answer to W Balkan issues, Pahor tells Munich conference
Albania Urged to Ban Glorification of Communist Regime
Albania Urged to Redouble Efforts against Online Extremist Propaganda
Albania President Wins Constitutional Battle to Stay in Office
Albania's President, Ilir Meta, will end his mandate in office after winning a Constitutional Court battle with the ruling Socialist Party, which dismissed him via a vote in parliament nine months ago.
In a verdict on Wednesday, the Court said the accusations made against Meta "do not constitute serious violation of the constitution".
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Albanian Film Tells Stories of Suffering Under Communist Rule
German Diplomat Criticises Renovation of Nazi Ally’s House in Kosovo
The German ambassador to Pristina, Joern Rohde, said on Monday that he is "very concerned" about the renovation of the former house of "known Nazi collaborator" Xhafer Devi in the northern Kosovo town of Mitrovica.
"No history whitewashing! Don't distort the truth about the Holocaust or war crimes committed by the Nazis and local collaborators," Rohde wrote on Twitter.