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Albania Police Find More Surveillance Cameras Erected by Gangsters

Albanian police on Friday said they had found 47 new surveillance cameras erected illegally in the Durres region.

They said the cameras had been put up "to provide information for criminal purposes, as well as to monitor the movements of the police". Eight people are under investigation.

Democracy Digest: Signs, Trains and Espionage in Czechia

Czechia's centre-right government has agreed a "neutral stance' on a controversial bill to enshrine marriage as between a man and a woman in the constitution, Prime Minister Petr Fiala announced on Wednesday. The legislation was proposed in response to the 'threat' posed by the recent submission of a parliamentary bill to legalise gay marriage.

Three years to the day – The report of Katsifas’ murder: “The Albanian police kills Greek in Northern Epirus! (photos) (Upd.)”

Three years after the Albanian police executed him in cold blood the Albanian authorities have not issued the official report on the incident