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Balkan hopes for EU funds
Bushati: "German initiative started new chapter for the region"
DP will boycott the Parliament again
Basha: "The opposition's decision is still in act"
Preparations for Pope's visit
Buildings demolished and replaced with green spaces
Fewer business loans due to long paperwork and bad loans Fewer business loans due to long paperwork and bad loans
Businesses are taking fewer loans, which has caused a discussion among experts.
Rama met Tsipras at NATO summit Rama met Tsipras at NATO summit
The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, met with the Greek counterpart, Aleksis Tsipras, during the NATO summit that is being held in Brussels.
After "Fiks Fare's" report, National Food Authority tests for dairy products for palm oil
After "Fiks Fare's" report, National Food Authority tests for dairy products for palm oil
Top Channel’s investigative show “Fiks Fare” revealed last night how palm oil is used above its allowed quantities in several dairy products, and it is not even mentioned on the label descriptions.
W.Balkan leaders meet Mogherini, focus on recently increased harsh rhetoric
W.Balkan leaders meet Mogherini, focus on recently increased harsh rhetoric
Six  leaders of Western Balkan countries met in Brussels with the EU High Representative of Foreign Policy, Federica Mogherini.
The Arberesh band in Italy brings back ancient Albanian songs The Arberesh band in Italy brings back ancient Albanian songs
“The DAGGS” is an Arberesh musical band, made of young Arberesh Albanians born in the Piana degli Albanesi town, Italy, the same boys who welcomed the Albanian national team in Italy and made them feel at home.
Rama government and Tirana Municipality co-fund building of 30 new schools Rama government and Tirana Municipality co-fund building of 30 new schools
The government approved a joint-fund with the Tirana Municipality for building 30 new schools.
Albania and Italy during the Cold War Albania and Italy during the Cold War
Common Italians, different from politicians, had less knowledge about Albania during the Cold War. For them we were an unknown, exotic country.
House of Leaves, former Communist spying center turned into museum "House of Leaves", former Communist spying center turned into museum
Engineer Nesti Vako, who supervised the works at the House of Leaves museum, became part of the communist Secret Service in 1969, as Chief of Operative Technology.
Basha: Rama is lying Albanians once again Basha: "Rama is lying Albanians once again"
The Democratic Party leader, Lulzim Basha, accused PM Rama of trying to lie to the Albanian people once again.
Belgrade officials threaten Kosovo Serbs before elections Belgrade officials threaten Kosovo Serbs before elections
Representatives of some Serb parties in Kosovo were quoted by Radio Free Europe that Belgrade was pressuring citizens to vote the Serbian List, while the five other Serbian parties are receiving various forms of threats.
Zaev meets Western Balkan ministers, invited by Mogherini Zaev meets Western Balkan ministers, invited by Mogherini
The EU High Representative of Foreign Policy, Federica Mogherini, invited Zoran Zaev to represent Macedonia as the new Prime Minister of the country, together with the Prime Ministers of Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Rama warned DP: Without Vetting Law, our agreement is over Rama warned DP: "Without Vetting Law, our agreement is over"
The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, warned the Democratic Party about the importance of realizing the vetting process.
2017 expected to be a better year for tourism 2017 expected to be a better year for tourism
Enver Mehmeti, who owns one of the main tourism agencies in Albania, says that our country is expecting a better tourist season this year, with an increased number of bookings from Slovakia, Poland and other countries, while Italians, Slovenians and Germans are also showing more interest.
Media Association: Free electoral advertisement law, robbery of private property Media Association: "Free electoral advertisement law, robbery of private property"
The Electronic Media Association declared that the parties of the new majority amended a law in Parliament which forces private televisions to broadcast electoral advertisements for free.
Macedonia, new government to be created within this week Macedonia, new government to be created within this week
Zoran Zaev says he is happy with the talks for forming the new government. He explained that the discussions with Albanian party leaders are in the phase for dividing ministries, which is the final matter before the government is created.
President Nishani in Mexico for 2017 Global Platform for Disaster Risk President Nishani in Mexico for 2017 Global Platform for Disaster Risk
The Albanian President, Bujar Nishani, traveled to Mexico for the 2017 Global Platform for Disaster Risk.
Vetting Commissions already operational Vetting Commissions already operational
The Verification Commission of the Vetting Law Candidates didn’t lose time after the opposition’s members were voted in Parliament, but started reviewing the 193 applicants who are running for 25 vacancies in the mechanism that will be vetting judges and prosecutors in the future.
Central European Bank evaluates Albania's position, future recommendations Central European Bank evaluates Albania's position, future recommendations
For the European Central Bank and EU countries, Albania is facing a gradual improvement of the economy, which is expected to continue.
Analysts say Kosovo-Serbia dialogue lacks of good will Analysts say Kosovo-Serbia dialogue lacks of good will
The dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia is not expected to start before Autumn. Western representatives lobbied to reduce tensions in the region, but recent events have brought back the old rhetoric.
Prosecutor General verified Socialist Party candidates for June 25th elections Prosecutor General verified Socialist Party candidates for June 25th elections
The Prosecutor General, Adriatik Llalla, said that the final list of the Socialist party for the June 25th elections is clean.
Albanian Parliament voted Vetting Law. Rama: Makes way for EU accession Albanian Parliament voted Vetting Law. Rama: "Makes way for EU accession"
After the Vetting Law passed last night at the Albanian Parliament, Prime Minister Edi Rama said giving some ministries to the opposition was the least he could do to bring Democratic Party back in Parliament and unblock the Vetting Law.
Tirana Municipality, new soft-loan project for young families Tirana Municipality, new soft-loan project for young families
The Municipality of Tirana has recently reopened the applications for soft loans, which helps young families to secure a house mortgage with softer interest rates than the market.
Parliament voted government changes in extraordinary session Parliament voted government changes in extraordinary session
The Parliament of Albania gathered this afternoon  to vote the government changes, based on the Rama-Basha agreement.
Albanian climber in the Himalaya Albanian climber in the Himalaya
Going on top of the Himalaya is not something that anyone could do. It needs a strong will, courage, strength and prepaparation.
14-year-old Albanian lured online for life-threatening Blue Whale challenge 14-year-old Albanian lured online for life-threatening Blue Whale challenge
A 14-year-old Albanian who lives in Kilkiz, Northern Greece, and one of his peers in Katherine, are two victims of the “Blue Whale Challenge” in Greece, while media say there are two other cases in Thessalonikki and Crete.
PM Rama: We made the Democratic Party vote the Vetting Law PM Rama: "We made the Democratic Party vote the Vetting Law"
The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, met with Socialist party supporters in Sauk, where he said that the agreement signed with the opposition leader was in favor of the SP, an agreement which the DP was forced to accept, according to Rama.