Sali Berisha

thumbnailEuropeans outraged over Syria chemical attack
2013-08-29Hundreds of people, many women and children, were killed by a chemical attack in Damascus on August 21st.
thumbnailAlbania officials: EU focus could slow nationalism
2013-08-12Nationalistic political rhetoric in Albania can be slowed by looking towards a European future, analysts and officials say.
thumbnailAlbania makes progress in tackling corruption
2013-08-06A recent report lauds the success of Albania's anti-corruption efforts.
thumbnailExperts refute nationalist party in Albania
2013-05-29The new party is accused of damaging relations between Albania and EU and undermining minority rights.
thumbnailTurkey lifts customs restrictions for Bulgaria
2013-05-22The two-day strike by Bulgarian truck drivers at the border ended with the restrictions being lifted. Also in business news: Greece's economy is expected to register positive growth next year.
thumbnailGreece's National Bank buys out rival Eurobank
2013-02-20The merger creates the largest bank group in the country. Also in business news: Romania narrowly misses a recession and foreign investment in Turkey dropped in 2012.
thumbnailMacedonia and Albania to open new border crossing
2013-02-18Citizens at the border area in Trebeniste-Dzepiste look forward to improved cross-border communication and trade.
thumbnailExperts: Democracy can overcome nationalist rhetoric
2013-02-11Citizens and media must not accept nationalism as a substitute from politicians for better services and functioning institutions.
thumbnailRemoval of memorial sparks protests, incidents
2013-01-22The removal of the memorial for fighters of the Liberation Army for Presevo, Medvedjo and Bujanovac has prompted calls to the international community to prevent discrimination.
thumbnailAlbania protests report of massive corruption
2013-01-03The opposition said a recent report on money that was transferred out of Albania through illegal activities proves that the government is corrupt.
thumbnailNew 'digital highway' connects Kosovo, Albania
2012-12-03An additional fiber optic network helps broaden Kosovo's telecommunications infrastructure.
thumbnailAlbanians celebrate 100 years of independence
2012-11-30Albania's 100th anniversary was observed across the country and in Kosovo.
thumbnailGovernment, opposition cast blame in protester's death
2012-11-08Lirak Bejko was one of 20 people protesting the lack of government payments former political prisoners are entitled to under a 2007 law.
thumbnailAegean relaunches attempt to acquire Olympic Air
2012-10-24Aegean Airlines says the two companies' names and logos will remain. Also in business news: Kosovo and Macedonia signed a 1.2 million-euro financing agreement on the Cross-Border Co-operation Programme IPA 2011.
thumbnailAlbania candidacy hinges on reforms, elections
2012-10-12The European Commission recommended giving Albania EU candidate country status, but with the condition that the country achieve progress in several sectors.
thumbnailEU urging immunity reform in Albania
2012-09-13Failure to pass legislation on immunity reform for MPs will seriously set back the country's EU accession.
thumbnailDebate over new Albanian head of secret service
2012-08-16The removal of Albania's secret service chief caused a stir among the country's political top.
thumbnailAlbania, Kosovo experts urge better quality education
2012-08-11Professors and students said the low standard in higher education in some regional countries will have dire consequences.
thumbnailSocialists boycott Albania president vote
2012-06-12The ruling Democratic Party elevated Interior Minister Bujar Nishani to president over the objections of the Socialist Party.
thumbnailTourism plan may bring euros to Albania
2012-06-11As the summer season kicks off, the town is getting ready to welcome tourists.
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