Fires burn small areas around the country

TIRANA, Aug 8 – Fires in many areas in the country have damaged small areas of forest or mountains, authorities have reported. In Saranda on Sunday firefighters managed to block a fire in the olive tree area in Bistrica village.

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Opposition threatens boycott of parliament

Tirana, Aug. 10 – Albanian leftist Socialist Party-led opposition threatened a boycott of parliament unless the ruling majority accepts the terms of electoral reform currently presented by them. The opposition claims that there should be consensual electoral reform and the

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Albanian abolishes visas for Macedonian citizens

TIRANA, Albania נThe government endorsed a decision Wednesday (9 August) abolishing visa requirements for citizens of neighbouring Macedonia. They will, however, still have to pay an entry fee. The move will take effect after it is promulgated in the State

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President decrees three new CEC members

TIRANA, Aug. 4 – Albanian President Alfred Moisiu decreed Friday three new members of the Central Election Commission among a political heated dispute between the country’s two main political groupings. Arben Ristani, Flamur ȡto and Fatmir Kumbaro will complete the

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Moratorium on Moratorium

TIRANA, Aug. 9 – The Albanian Government decided the exclusion of the government and the president from the moratorium of prohibiting the use of speedboats during the next three years. Certain categories of speedboats will be prohibited. The moratorium was

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Quakes shake southern Albania, causing no damage

TIRANA, Aug. 8 – A series of tremors up to 5.5 on the Richter scale shook southern Albania over the weekend and first days of this week claiming no victims and only slight material damage, according to the Seismological Institute.

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Agreement with the Islamic Bank for Development

The government approved an agreement with the Islamic Bank for Development on a 6 million Islamic dinars credit for the rehabilitation of the Buna bridge in Shkodra.

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Police ask foreigners to register themselves

TIRANA, Aug. 8 – Albanian police in the capital Tirana appealed Tuesday to all foreign residents in the country to go to their offices and renew their residence permits. Police checks have been time and again repeated in the last

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A new National Agency for Natural Resources

The executive created the National Agency for Natural Resources that will take care of the monitoring of minerals, hydrocarbons and hydro energy resources. It will consult, suggest and collaborate with the proper government institutions for policies in such spheres. It

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Sea waters polluted more than normal

TIRANA, Aug. 8 – Besides many attempts to increase tourist resources there have been noted some shortcomings for which authorities should pay a considerable higher attention to resolve. The Institute of Public Health has concluded that sea waters alongside the

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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug 8 - Fires in many areas in the country have damaged small areas of forest or mountains, authorities have reported.
In Saranda on Sunday firefighters managed to block a fire in the olive tree area in Bistrica village. Fire burnt two hectares of olive trees and also threatened the hydropower station and a fuel station nearby. Some passers-by going from Saranda to Gjirokastra let police know about the fire. Some four hectares of land and 500 olive trees were burnt, according to Mesopotami commune head Themistokli Kaishi. The firefighter service said that the cause of the fire was the lack of care by the shepherds. This is the first fire case in Saranda during this summer season.
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                    [post_content] => Tirana, Aug. 10 - Albanian leftist Socialist Party-led opposition threatened a boycott of parliament unless the ruling majority accepts the terms of electoral reform currently presented by them. The opposition claims that there should be consensual electoral reform and the parliament should resume work towards that goal. As already known, their main concerns are the voters' list and the make up of the Central Electoral Commission. They always say that the temporary voters' list should not be operational for the upcoming local government elections, expected early next year, claiming that the government may use the list to their unfair advantage. They are also against the election of a CEC member from the parliament that is a Democratic Party member.
 Last Tuesday Socialist leader Edi Rama gathered main leaders of the other four allies expressing their determination not to move from their position. A day earlier Hubert Petit, acting head of the European Commission Delegation in Tirana, had issued a strong warning that was directed to them, though not mentioned specifically. "The EU integration process requires joint efforts of all Albanian political forces. Successful efforts in the field of economic reform should be carried out in a sounder political environment, which is more conducive to progress. The latest events in Parliament have unfortunately showed a lack of political maturity. A more constructive stance and shared responsibility are crucial features in this context. It is also important to intensify efforts to build consensus on reforms through dialogue between all forces and stakeholders of the Albanian society and to avoid an unnecessary confrontational political climate," said Petit at a ceremony where the EU was offering a financial help to the country.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Albania נThe government endorsed a decision Wednesday  (9 August) abolishing visa requirements for citizens of neighbouring Macedonia. They will, however, still have to pay an entry fee. The move will take effect after it is promulgated in the State Gazette
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 4 - Albanian President Alfred Moisiu decreed Friday three new members of the Central Election Commission among a political heated dispute between the country's two main political groupings. Arben Ristani, Flamur ȡto and Fatmir Kumbaro will complete the 7-member CEC team. Arben Ristani was elected from the Democratic Party at the parliament, something that caused serious troubles, almost to the point of physical violence, from the leftist Socialist Movement for Integration of Ilir Meta that claimed they deserved that post. Flamur Cato elected previously from the High Council of Justice had also sparked anger from the Democrats. The opposition now currently says that the new session of the parliament in September should resume before the election of Ristani, something that is completely opposed by the Democrats. After wishing them  success in their work of "organizing, holding, and verifying elections", Moisiu told the CEC members that "It is in your moral, constitutional and legal consciousness Što stay loyal to your duty. It is important that through your stand and cooperation you bring out a position that brings cooperation and not havoc at the political forces."
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 9 - The Albanian Government  decided the exclusion of the government and the president from the moratorium of prohibiting the use of speedboats during the next three years. Certain categories of speedboats will be prohibited.  
The moratorium was opposed not only by the opposition but also from many fishermen and non-governmental organizations, saying that human trafficking should be stopped on land and that their businesses will be damaged by the decision. 
The last decision puts the government in a more difficult position because it tells Albanians they are privileged and may use them for personal purposes during their vacations in summer.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 8 - A series of tremors up to 5.5 on the Richter scale shook southern Albania over the weekend and first days of this week claiming no victims and only slight material damage, according to the Seismological Institute. The center of the quake has been identified in the Ionaian sea between Albania and the Greek island of Corfu. It was also felt in neighboring Tepelena, Gjirokastra, Himara and Memaliaj. But it frightened people on vacation in the Albanian Riviera who packed their clothes and left the area. On Sunday there were two tremors in Himara with their epicenter in the sea. Himara mayor Vasil Bollano said that local residents and people on holiday there were concerned about the shakes but have not reported any victims or material damage. An emergency group was created to check seven surrounding villages. The same quake was also felt in Saranda with no damage.

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                    [post_content] => The government approved an agreement with the Islamic Bank for Development on a 6 million Islamic dinars credit for the rehabilitation of the Buna bridge in Shkodra.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 8 - Albanian police in the capital Tirana appealed Tuesday to all foreign residents in the country to go to their offices and renew their residence permits. Police checks have been time and again repeated in the last years after the terrorist attacks around the world. There are a considerable number of foreigners who mainly work with international institutions or foreign companies operating in the country. Police authorities have prepared a plan to check the existing permits and also to find foreign persons who do not have them. Foreigners may be issued permits of residence in Albania from three months to five years. The plan has been distributed to all police stations and their agents will evaluate the presence of each foreigner. It is believed that a considerable number of foreigner live in Tirana without permits. 
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Aug. 8 - Besides many attempts to increase tourist resources there have been noted some shortcomings for which authorities should pay a considerable higher attention to resolve.
The Institute of Public Health has concluded that sea waters alongside the Albanian shores overcome the hygienic levels set from the World Health Organization. The study checked waters in Durres, Vlora and Saranda showing that black waters have significantly polluted their waters. 
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