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Albania to appeal 'travesty' UEFA ruling
Albanian football officials, political leaders and fans have reacted with shock and disbelief to a UEFA ruling that awarded Serbia a 3-0 win in the game between the two countries abandoned due to violence in Belgrade earlier this month.

The Albanian Football Federation said in a press conference the ruling had been “a travesty” and added it would appeal it at all levels.
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PM postpones Belgrade visit following match row
Albania and Serbia prime ministers are now scheduled to meet on Nov. 10, three weeks later than originally scheduled, following a political row after football violence Belgrade match between the two countries.
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Authorities launch drive to curb power theft
Power thieves to face tougher criminal penalties, including prison time, prime minister says, aiming to stop 150 million euro annual drain on state budget.
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New tax hike to make fuel prices among highest in Europe
Government says it plans to increase the circulation tax, currently at 17 lek/litre, by another 10 lek (12 lek VAT included) which would take it to 27 lek litre (Euro 0.19).
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In unison, business community seeks lower taxes ahead of new fiscal package
“The theory of raising taxes in times of crisis is not productive. Policies should target and promote lending, consumption and foreign investments which bring more employment and are the only way leading to economic growth,” says Nikolin Jaka, the chairman of the Tirana Chamber of Commerce.
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