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Scandalous textbooks will be emoved from education system: Minister
Tirana - Textbooks in Albanian schools continue to consist of examples containing violence, discrimination, murder or telling students how to perform outrageous acts.
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Security Committee approves report on SIS violations, wiretappings
Tirana - Following a thorough investigation of the documentation produced by the SIS offices and signed by its head Visho Ajazi Lika, SP MPs Pirro Lutaj, Xhemal Qefalia and Pjerin Nderu have found violations committed by the SIS head.
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Pope Francis greets Albanians ahead of his visit scheduled for Sunday
Vatican City - "I greet with affection the Albanian people and I thank them for preparing this visit. I ask everyone to accompany me with prayer, with the intercession of Our Lady of Good Counsel," Pope Francis said in Vatican
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15 arrested in Kosovo on terrorism charges
Pristina - Kosovo Police has carried out a wide operation that resulted in the arrest of fifteen persons suspected for terrorism activity, among them 12 imams.
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Budget review to result in an incerase: PM Rama
The budget review this year will result in an increase. This is the comment of Prime Minister Edi Rama in a press conference, adding that this is the first time in five years.
 
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PM Rama: Vocational education, the way to a more secure job
According to the Prime Minister, vocational education abandoned over the years by the Albanians is now the best way to find a more secure job.
 
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Scandalous textbooks will be emoved from education system: Minister
Textbooks in Albanian schools continue to consist of examples containing violence, discrimination, murder or telling students how to perform outrageous acts.
 
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Politics
Security Committee approves report on SIS violations, wiretappings
Following a thorough investigation of the documentation produced by the SIS offices and signed by its head Visho Ajazi Lika, SP MPs Pirro Lutaj, Xhemal Qefalia and Pjerin Nderu have found violations c...
 
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Fullani in house arrest, but apartment not being guarded
Even though in house arrest, former Governor Ardian Fullani, who left only yesterday his cell at the detention center 302, is not being guarded by any police agent.
 
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Pope Francis greets Albanians ahead of his visit scheduled for Sunday
"I greet with affection the Albanian people and I thank them for preparing this visit. I ask everyone to accompany me with prayer, with the intercession of Our Lady of Good Counsel," Pope Francis said...
 
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15 arrested in Kosovo on terrorism charges
Kosovo Police has carried out a wide operation that resulted in the arrest of fifteen persons suspected for terrorism activity, among them 12 imams.
 
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World
Top U.S. military official says U.S. combat troops could be needed in Iraq
(RFE/RL) The United States' top military officer says President Barack Obama will evaluate each situation individually before deciding if U.S. military advisers will be put into combat roles in Iraq.
 
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UEFA Champions League revenue distribution
UEFA has unveiled its revenue distribution system for the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League and 2014 UEFA Super Cup ? from a total estimated at around ?1.34bn.
 
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World
Russian ruble drops to historic low amid sanctions
(AP) - Russia's currency dropped to an all-time low against the dollar on Tuesday as investors fret about the fallout of economic sanctions.
 
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Kosovo
Jahjaga ready to intervene to resolve political deadlock
If no Assembly Speaker is elected in tomorrow?s session, President Atifete Jahjaga is expected to intervene and try to resolve the deadlock.
 
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Poroshenko due to visit Canada, United States
(RFE/RL) Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is due to depart for North America on September 17.
 
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PM Rama: Vocational education, the way to a more secure job
According to the Prime Minister, vocational education abandoned over the years by the Albanians is now the best way to find a more secure job.
Scandalous textbooks will be emoved from education system: Minister
Textbooks in Albanian schools continue to consist of examples containing violence, discrimination, murder or telling students how to perform outrageous acts.
 VIDEO
15 arrested in Kosovo on terrorism charges
Kosovo Police has carried out a wide operation that resulted in the arrest of fifteen persons suspected for terrorism activity, among them 12 imams.
 VIDEO
Pope Francis greets Albanians ahead of his visit scheduled for Sunday
"I greet with affection the Albanian people and I thank them for preparing this visit. I ask everyone to accompany me with prayer, with the intercession of Our Lady of Good Counsel," Pope Francis said in Vatican
 VIDEO
Security Committee approves report on SIS violations, wiretappings
Following a thorough investigation of the documentation produced by the SIS offices and signed by its head Visho Ajazi Lika, SP MPs Pirro Lutaj, Xhemal Qefalia and Pjerin Nderu have found violations committed by the SIS head.
 VIDEO
Budget review to result in an incerase: PM Rama
The budget review this year will result in an increase. This is the comment of Prime Minister Edi Rama in a press conference, adding that this is the first time in five years.
Fullani in house arrest, but apartment not being guarded
Even though in house arrest, former Governor Ardian Fullani, who left only yesterday his cell at the detention center 302, is not being guarded by any police agent.
Top U.S. military official says U.S. combat troops could be needed in Iraq
(RFE/RL) The United States' top military officer says President Barack Obama will evaluate each situation individually before deciding if U.S. military advisers will be put into combat roles in Iraq.
UEFA Champions League revenue distribution
UEFA has unveiled its revenue distribution system for the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League and 2014 UEFA Super Cup ? from a total estimated at around ?1.34bn.
Jahjaga ready to intervene to resolve political deadlock
If no Assembly Speaker is elected in tomorrow?s session, President Atifete Jahjaga is expected to intervene and try to resolve the deadlock.

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War, not peace
(The Economist) THE war in Ukraine is intensifying, as Russia's incursions into the east of the country become ever more brazen. On August 27th a column of Russian troops and equipment crossed the Russia-Ukraine border in the far south, at Novoazovsk, in
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A Way Out for Ukraine and Russia - ANATOL LIEVEN
Since the rebellion began with Russian backing five months ago, it?s been obvious that the Kremlin would not allow the rebels to be crushed by force.
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List of newly admitted students in public universities to be published on Sept. 16
The newly admitted students in public universities for the academic year 2014-2015 will be announced on September 16.
Nobel School kicks off new school year, President Taçi stresses series of investments
Full agenda for Pope's apostolic trip to Albania
With World Trade site largely rebuilt, New York marks September 11
Colored bread flour found in Albania markets
Fullani's embezzelment: File to include SSA report
PM Rama: Vocational education, the way to a more secure job
Order of Pharmacists publishes list of credits for each pharmacist
Students from closed universities to be accepted at Tirana University
Fullani seeks his release, Appeal Court hearing to be held on Sept. 15
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