Lavderim Tufa sentenced to life imprisonment for killing Miri i Xhikes

TIRANA, Oct. 10 – The Grave Crimes Court sentenced Tuesday to life imprisonment Lavderim Tufa for killing Miri i Xhikes and two others three years ago at Kartodrom 2000 bar in Tirana outskirts. Tufa was accused of being one of

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Mustafaj hails new U.N. Secretary-General

TIRANA, Oct. 10 – Albanian Foreign Minister Besnik Mustafaj held a telephone conversation with the new United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon from South Korea who follows Kofi Annan. The new official confirmed to Mustafaj that Kosova’s status would top

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New Child Helpline in Tirana

TIRANA, Oct. 9 – The Children’s Human Rights Center of Albania (CRCA) said that it had established a new telephone help-line for children in Tirana. It has called it ‘Tirana Child Helpline’ and the project has been funded from the

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Uncle kills nephew for property disagreement

DURRES, Oct. 11 – Agim Kapxhiu, 55, was allegedly killed Wednesday in Ishem by his uncle Rifat Kapxhiu, 70, over a property disagreement, police reported. Rifat was arrested later at the forest of Shkafane. Agim had served as top road

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OSCE launches project on access to information in Albania

TIRANA, Oct. 3 – The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe launched Tuesday a project aimed at helping Albanians be more aware of their rights to access information. The project, funded by the OSCE and the French government, was

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Draftlaw on family violence passed in parliamentary commission

TIRANA, Oct. 2 – The Albanian parliamentary commission debated and passed a draft law on family violence, an initiative of the Citizens Advocacy Office (CAO. It mainly aims at protecting women and children from violence of men in the family.

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Ten persons arrested for drug trafficking

TIRANA, Oct. 4 – Police reported Wednesday they had arrested ten persons in an operation nicknamed Karaburun 2006 and found 93 kilograms of marijuana. First police arrested Blerim Shehaj, 25, in Vranisht village in Vlora and then the other persons

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UNDP and Netherlands support Integrated Planning System in Albania

TIRANA, Sept. 28 – United Nations Development Program and the government of Netherlands signed an agreement to support the implementation from the Albanian government of an Integrated Planning System in the country. That it a broad planning and monitoring framework

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Albania becomes Francophone member

BUCHAREST, Sept. 30 – A delegation headed from the Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha took part at a Bucharest meeting of the World Organization of Francophone where the country received full membership. Albania became the 54th member of the organization.

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Search-and-rescue joint military exercise held in Albania

DURRES, Oct. 4 – Wednesday army troops from Albania, Greece, Croatia and Italy held a joint military exercise codenamed Eagle Sar 06 in the Durres bay in search-and-rescue training. There were also military officers from Germany. Military ships located a

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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 10 - Albanian Foreign Minister Besnik Mustafaj held a telephone conversation with the new United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon from South Korea who follows Kofi Annan. The new official confirmed to Mustafaj that Kosova's status would top his priorities fro the start of his job Jan. 1 next year. Mustafaj assured him of Albania's continues support during his term. "We would especially ask for your attention on joint efforts that the Balkan countries should do to build a region of peace and prosperity for all the peoples," said Mustafaj.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 9 - The Children's Human Rights Center of Albania (CRCA) said that it had established a new telephone help-line for children in Tirana. It has called it 'Tirana Child Helpline' and the project has been funded from the European Commission aiming at assisting children. "I'm pleased that after one year of work Tirana Child Helpline is fully operational and children are calling us to report cases of abuse or other problems they face in their life," said Altin Hazizaj, CRCA head. "Now we are aiming to make the Helpline operational at the national level, meanwhile a set of training courses on child abuse has been provided to all Governmental and non-governmental structures in Tirana." Tirana Child Helpline is the very first professional helpline in Albania and was opened officially in October 2005. During these months the line has been working directly with children and adults, assisting them with advise, consultation and training. The range of services offered by the Helpline includes an 8-hour phone line to children and direct consultation with psychologists, social workers and lawyers of CRCA. The operators of the phone-line are students from Social Sciences University, which have been trained by international experts. Another major activity of Tirana Child Helpline has been the capacity building measures for local institutions in Tirana. Several training courses on child abuse have been provided to people who work with or for children, meanwhile a set of child-care standards is in its final review. The aim is to have common child-protection standards used by all institutions in Tirana.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 3 - The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe launched Tuesday a project aimed at helping Albanians be more aware of their rights to access information. The project, funded by the OSCE and the French government, was launched together with the People's Advocate (Ombudsman). Under the "Know Your Rights" project excerpts from or summaries of Albanian legislation will be displayed on state institution buildings and other visible places throughout the country. So far, over 150 billboards have been posted in the regions of Shkodra, Lezha, Durr쳬 Tirana, Kuk쳬 Fier, Kor衬 Vlora and Gjirokastra. They inform the public about their rights to obtain official documents and information on environmental matters, as well as of the rights of a detained person. In addition, booklets containing longer excerpts or full texts of relevant laws have been produced. "The 'Know Your Rights' project aims at increasing the transparency of state institutions and fostering the implementation of the laws in force," said Ambassador Pavel Vacek, Head of the OSCE Presence. "It further aims at raising the individual citizens' awareness of their rights to seek information and improving their ability to obtain it." According to the People's Advocate, Ermir Dobjani, informing citizens on their right to access official documents remains one of the main priorities of his office, as part of his endeavors to promote rule of law and good governance in Albania. "This is why this project has been initiated under the aegis of the People's Advocate," he said. The project is being carried out in co-operation with the Ministries of Interior, of Justice, of Environment, as well as the Ministries of Public Works, Transport and Telecommunications, the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Health. Additional supporting partners were the Office of the Prosecutor General, the High Council of Justice and regional councils and municipalities. The OSCE also said it was ready to provide further assistance to the Albanian institutions to further the implementation of the current legislation on access to information.
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