The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity

The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity

TIRANA, March 27- “So far monogamy has the standard configuration of relationships and it is supposed that if you really love, you are not tempted by others. That is why often wise the issue of flirting or cheating can start

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Roaming tariffs to be removed among Balkan countries

Roaming tariffs to be removed among Balkan countries

TIRANA, March 27- Following suit from the news that Albania and Kosovo will be removing their roaming tariffs in May in accordance to EU requests, this move is expected to happen with the rest of the Balkan countries in a

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Euro drop still unjustified

Euro drop still unjustified

TIRANA, March 26- On Dec. 19, 2018, the euro was exchanged by 122.69 lek, reaching the lowest level since August 2008. While the average exchange rate for the whole year was 127.6 lek, 6.5 lek less versus the average of

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The beginnings of Marubi studio

The beginnings of Marubi studio

TIRANA, March 28- It was yard like many others, surrounded by walls, trees and bushes, and from where you could see the house’s door and window, the stairs and a handrail made of twigs. It was a yard also in

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Russian Cuisine Tasted in ‘Summer Day’ in Tirana

Russian Cuisine Tasted in ‘Summer Day’ in Tirana

By Genc Mlloja TIRANA – ‘The Summer Day’ has been celebrated in a different ways in some places in Tirana one of which was the launching of the book entitled “My Grandmother’s Recipes: The Russian Cuisine” on March 14 this

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The Albanian of Arbereshe on risk to disappear

The Albanian of Arbereshe on risk to disappear

TIRANA, March 24- The Albanian language of the Arbereshe in Italy is endangered to go extinct. It has been also added to the UN project for preserving 3000 rare languages, out of 7000 that there are in the world. The

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Economy in Brief

Economy in Brief

Low budget spending on social protection Comparing to EU countries the Albanian government collects and spends less public funds in ratio to its GDP. The highest difference is noticed in spendings for social protection (pensions, economic aid, and persons with

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The tempest in the teacup of Albanian diplomacy

The tempest in the teacup of Albanian diplomacy

The Albanian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gent Cakaj, charged with special delegated ministerial powers by the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Edi Rama, whose second title has been forgotten too soon, stirred up debate again this week

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Case of former IM accused of drug trafficking goes to court

Case of former IM accused of drug trafficking goes to court

TIRANA, Mar. 28 – The Serious Crimes Court announced on Tuesday it will be sending the case of former Interior Minister Saimir Tahiri to court under drug trafficking and participation in a structured criminal group charges, for which he stands

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Seventh opposition protest deepens deadlock

Seventh opposition protest deepens deadlock

TIRANA, Mar. 28 – The opposition’s seventh protest in the course of 40 days began with tensions in front of the parliament, where as in the previous cases hundreds of police forces had surrounded the entire area and all access

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