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UEFA due to decide on Serbia-Albania match
Geneva - UEFA is due to take today a decision over the match Serbia-Albania, interrupted after the incidents that took place in Belgrade.
Parliament due to dismiss HCJ members Cefa and Lelcaj
Tirana - The MPs are expected to approve the final report of the inquiry commission, which proposes the dismissal because of constitutional and legal violations evidenced in this report.

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UEFA due to decide on Serbia-Albania match
UEFA is due to take today a decision over the match Serbia-Albania, interrupted after the incidents that took place in Belgrade.
 
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Parliament due to dismiss HCJ members Cefa and Lelcaj
The MPs are expected to approve the final report of the inquiry commission, which proposes the dismissal because of constitutional and legal violations evidenced in this report.
 
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US-led strikes kill more than 500 militants in Syria
(AFP) - US-led air strikes in Syria were reported Thursday to have killed more than 500 jihadists in a month, as fighting raged in the embattled border town of Kobane.
 
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Kosovo granted provisional Olympic recognition by IOC
(Reuters) - Kosovo is on track to take part in its first ever Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 after the region in the Balkans was granted provisional recognition by the International Olympic ...
 
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PM Rama won't meet Serbian President Nikolic: Belgrade daily
Serbian media write that Rama Prime Minister during his visit to Belgrade will not have a meeting with the head of state of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic.
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Debtors of energy bills given 5 days time to pay: PM Rama
Debtors of electricity will have five days at their disposal to pay the energy otherwise they will be sentenced to prison.
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Integral package will determine the use of flour in bakeries: Minister
There will be no monopolies in the flour industry in Albania. The government is drafting a new integral package which will determine the criteria for flour and its use.
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Owner of plastic bags factory arrested for lack of documents
Korce Police has arrested a 56-year-old man, owner of a factory manufacturing plastic bags. According to the police, Adriatic Cuka exercised his activity without appropriate documentation.
WHO: Ebola vaccine trials in West Africa in January
(AP) - Tens of thousands of doses of experimental Ebola vaccines could be available for "real-world" testing in West Africa as soon as January as long as they are deemed safe, a top World Health Organization official said Tuesday.
Kerry to meet Merkel in Berlin
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is due to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on October 22, in a visit to mark next month's 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
UN announces Gaza war inquiry
Ban Ki-moon says attacks on UN facilities during Israel's assault on Gaza Strip during July-August will be investigated.

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The Baltics Confront Moscow's Ambitions - Janusz Bugajski
Can NATO protect the Baltic countries against a non-conventional threat from a resurgent Moscow?
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MFA urges Serbian authorities to protect Albanians living in Serbia
Following repeated attacks against Albanian businesses in Serbian cities of Sombor, Stara Pazova and Novi Sad, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued an official response.
FM Bushati calls on Montengro to distance itself form incidents related to Serbia-Albania match
Serbia prepares hero's welcome for Putin
Albanian asylum-seekers remain an EU concern
Another 2560 students to be admitted in public universities
Inquiry Commission approves report that urges the dismissal of Cefa and Lelcaj from HCJ
US official: Violence and intolerance during match was disappointing
MFA strongly condemns the burning of the Albanian flag at the Partizan - Crvena Zvezda match
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