Students with highest maximal points will not pay for schooling

TIRANA, Sept. 1 – The Ministry of Education and Science has decided that those students who have earned the maximal points will not pay for the university where they register during all the schooling years. Such a tariff is different

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Alarming pollution in Vlora

VLORA, Sept. 5 – Pollution in the city of Vlora is much more than the normal standards, something that would affect the people’s health, environmental officials said Tuesday. Levels of pollution in Vlora are higher than those required in the

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Prisons have a psychologist

TIRANA, Sept. 5 – Head of the prison department of the Justice Ministry Saimir Shehri said that social workers or psychologists would be sent to each prison as part of improving the conditions for Albanian prisoners. That will also serve

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Parliament resumes work prolonging electoral reform committee’s functioning

TIRANA, Sept. 4 – The Albanian parliament on Monday resumed its plenary sessions after the summer vacations with a consensual decision giving a committee more time to draft electoral reforms agreed by the Balkan country’s two main parties to resolve

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Berisha gets ex-U.S. Homeland Security chief Ridge as consultant

TIRANA, Sept. 4 – In a surprise show Monday Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha said that he had hired former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge as a consultant to advise his government on a range of issues including NATO

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Mjaft activists, activities allegedly attacked by government supporters

TIRANA, Sept. 5 – The MJAFT! Movement, or association said that some supporters and bodyguards of Prime Minister Sali Berisha had put away a banner that attacked the premier on his promise of bringing water supply to the population he

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Government to move Top Channel from the pyramid building

TIRANA, Sept. 2 – The government would ‘clean up’ the whole building of Pjeter Arbnori cultural center, or the pyramid as it is known, to use it for the theater, art gallery and other cultural events. That means that many

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National Albanian American Council celebrates 10th anniversary

TIRANA, Sept. 6 – The National Albanian American Council (NAAC) will celebrate Friday, Sept. 8 the 10th anniversary of the Albanian American heritage with a dinner where former U.N. envoy to Kosova Soren Jessen-Petersen and Albanian community activist Bruno Selimaj

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Two Albanians extradited from Italy

TIRANA, Sept. 5 – Two Albanians accused of murder and illegal possession of weapons were extradited from Italy Tuesday after an international arrest warrant was applied from the Italian police. Artan Mu衬 34, from Durr쳠and Simon Leka, 29, from R촨en,

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Berisha denies his daughter has illegal money

TIRANA, Sept. 2 – Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha said Saturday in a news conference that his daughter head earned her money legally together with her spouse working for the United Nations in Kosova, including a loan from a bank.

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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 1 - The Ministry of Education and Science has decided that those students who have earned the maximal points will not pay for the university where they register during all the schooling years. Such a tariff is different for different branches being the highest at those faculties after which graduated students may finds jobs with higher salaries.
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                    [post_content] => VLORA, Sept. 5 - Pollution in the city of Vlora is much more than the normal standards, something that would affect the people's health, environmental officials said Tuesday. Levels of pollution in Vlora are higher than those required in the country and in the European Union, according to Niko Dumani of the regional office of environment. Those levels are double those required in the EU member countries. Those factor affecting such a pollution were construction, remnants they throw away as the main ones. Many of these materials are thrown at the Pylli i Sodes turning it into a big whole that also has its impact on the city. The low quality of cleaning streets was considered as another negative factor. The great number of vehicles in the city and taking into consideration that almost all of them are second-hand, and the level of fuel they use becomes an important factor.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 5 - Head of the prison department of the Justice Ministry Saimir Shehri said that social workers or psychologists would be sent to each prison as part of improving the conditions for Albanian prisoners. That will also serve to improve the relations of the prisoners with those under arrest who often are sheltered at the same building. Social workers normally cover 80-90 prisoners a day, which is a high and hard work for them. Thus the prison department decided to increase the number of these workers with psychologists, who have recently graduated the faculty of social affairs and psychology. They will work six hours a day but it was not made known how much they would be paid for that. The department has chosen 26 social workers and is looking for the possibility to further increase their number in the future.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 4 - The Albanian parliament on Monday resumed its plenary sessions after the summer vacations with a consensual decision giving a committee more time to draft electoral reforms agreed by the Balkan country's two main parties to resolve a dispute that had threatened to delay municipal elections. This committee was set up May 18 to draft electoral reform legislation, but after only four meetings it has held it has made no progress until the end of its mid-August mandate because of disagreements between Prime Minister Sali Berisha's governing Democratic Party and the opposition Socialist Party. 
"This new session will work to formalize the achieved agreement between the majority and the opposition, fruit of the institutional parliamentary cooperation," said Parliament Speaker Jozefina Topalli at the start of the session. "The deal and electoral reforms are only a speedy start. Other big reforms are our joint challenge," she added.
Pandeli Majko f the Socialists and Bamir Topi of the Democrats spoke in the same lines promising cooperation in the electoral reform. Though they did not forget to remind each other of their weak points, according to them. Berisha also offered his government's readiness to cooperate for 'free and fair elections."
In a sign of reconciliation Topi supported Socialists' request to extend the committee's mandate until mid-October instead of end of September as Topalli was insisting at the beginning.
The election reform committee now has until mid-October to draft and present the new legislation based on the agreement to parliament in time for the country of 3.2 million to hold municipal elections between Nov. 20 and Jan. 20.
Last week, Berisha's party and the Socialists agreed to increase the number of central election committee members, extend local officials' terms from three to four years and rule out use of a disputed voters list. They also agreed to add two new members to the National Council of Radio and Television to give more voice to the opposition.
Lawmakers for the opposition, led by Tirana Mayor Edi Rama, had threatened to boycott the municipal elections and call for street protests unless the government agreed to the electoral changes. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and the United States welcomed the Albanian compromise, and urged that it be implemented quickly.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 4 - In a surprise show Monday Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha said that he had hired former U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge as a consultant to advise his government on a range of issues including NATO membership, fighting corruption and tackling organized crime. Berisha said that consulting Albania's government was as much of a challenge as when he was appointed by U.S. President George Bush as head of the Homeland Security. Ridge, 61, met with many Albanian Cabinet ministers.
Under the agreement, Ridge will make occasional visits to Albania, but will primarily work with the government from the United States. Experts employed by Ridge will also provide advice. Berisha said that Ridge would begin work this month. Ridge was expected to sign a contract with the Albanian government but no details of the contract were made available. Ridge comes privately and a sign for that was the absence of the U.S. ambassador at the talks or the news conference. Ridge cut short his second term as Pennsylvania governor when U.S. President George W. Bush appointed him to coordinate homeland security after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. He was named the head of the department a year later and stepped down in February 2005.
Ridge's main priority will be to help Albania meet its goal of joining NATO in 2008, Berisha said. Ridge has also been hired to help Albania attract U.S. investment, fight money laundering and reform its justice system. The former Pennsylvania governor will also help the country develop its agriculture and information technology sectors, Berisha said. "I believe these goals may be achieved and I am looking forward to starting to work together with you on their realization," Ridge was quoted as saying in a statement released by Berisha's office.
The small, predominantly Muslim, Adriatic country is one of the poorest countries in Europe and aspires to join the European Union.

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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 5 - The MJAFT! Movement, or association said that some supporters and bodyguards of Prime Minister Sali Berisha had put away a banner that attacked the premier on his promise of bringing water supply to the population he did in January this year but did not fulfill. The association has started a series of protests in many towns and areas against this pledge denouncing it as irresponsible.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 2 - The government would 'clean up' the whole building of Pjeter Arbnori cultural center, or the pyramid as it is known, to use it for the theater, art gallery and other cultural events. That means that many companies working at the building will have to move. That also includes Top Media group, made up of Top Channel television station, Top Albania Radio and Digitalb TV. The media group immediately reacted saying they have signed a long contract which the government should respect. Berisha was determined to turn the building into an art center, meaning that any company or institution working there should move. The issue may turn into a political hot spot. There were immediate reactions from opposition leaders attacking the government decision.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 6 - The National Albanian American Council (NAAC) will celebrate Friday, Sept. 8 the 10th anniversary of the Albanian American heritage with a dinner where former U.N. envoy to Kosova Soren Jessen-Petersen and Albanian community activist Bruno Selimaj will also be present. Petersen will receive NAAC's "Hands of Hope Award" for his historic role in enhancing the lives of the Albanian people in the Balkans and for his outstanding contribution toward Kosova's independence. While Selimaj will receive the "Lifetime Achievement Award" for his unrelenting dedication toward the Albanian cause. Previous honorees include President Bill Clinton, Secretaries of State James Baker and Madeleine Albright, Senator Bob Dole and other dignitaries.
The reception and the dinner will be held at the prestigious Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City. Some of most celebrated names in the Albanian-American culture are expected to attend and perform; adding greater value to a special program that will take place in commemoration of our theme celebrating the Albanian American heritage. Hollywood star Eliza Dushku will make a special appearance leading a host of other personalities gracing the evening with their appearances and/or performances - including: Valbona Coba, model/actress; Mariza Ikonomi, pop singing sensation; Lindita Lole Mezini, accomplished soprano diva; Eralda Hitaj, Miss Albania and other surprise guests.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 5 - Two Albanians accused of murder and illegal possession of weapons were extradited from Italy Tuesday after an international arrest warrant was applied from the Italian police. Artan Mu衬 34, from Durr쳠and Simon Leka, 29, from R촨en, were extradited and arrived in the country by plane. Muca was sentenced at large with 15 years imprisonment for killing Altin Celmeta in 1995. Leka was sentenced in 2001 for attempt of murder against a policeman.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Sept. 2 - Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha said Saturday in a news conference that his daughter head earned her money legally together with her spouse working for the United Nations in Kosova, including a loan from a bank. Berisha also declined that any member of his close family was shareholder at any flight company as said from the opposition. Berisha also added that his daughter was the only one from all the top politicians in the country who has been transparent and made the property declaration.
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