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Gov't asks opposition to offer evidence on "Army's drugs trafficking"
The alleged transportation of drugs from the army, charges articulated since last Thursday by the right-wing opposition, has put on hold any other development in Parliament.
ARMO employees in Ballsh and Fier strike over unpaid salaries
Employees of ARMO oil processing plants in Ballsh and Fier have protested for about 60 minutes this Thursday asking from company executives to meet the conditions of the collective contract, so that salaries are paid on due time.
SP-SMI MPs unblock territorial reform
The reform will now be drafted by 9 SP and SMI MPs, one more from the number that the parliament had initially agreed upon.
"Army's drugs trafficking" - PG expecting evidence from SIS and other sources
Prosecutor General Adriatik Llalla has declared that he will request information from the State Intelligence Service of the Army Intelligence in connection with allegations that military infrastructure is being used for drug trafficking.
Argentina rescues girl kept for nine years in garage
Police in Argentina say they have rescued a 15-year-old girl who had been starved, beaten and kept in a garage for nine years by her foster parents.
US deeply concerned by corruption in the judiciary: Ambassador Arvizu
US Ambassador Alexander Arvizu stresses that the fight against corruption in the judiciary should be the focus of the Albanian government.
Divers struggle in search for South Korean ferry survivors
Rescuers struggled with strong waves and murky waters on Thursday as they searched for hundreds of people, most of them teenagers from the same school, still missing after a South Korean ferry capsized 36 hours ago.
EU Ambassador Sequi's term in Albania draws to a close
Speaking after the meeting with Ambassador Sequi, Minister Bushati expressed his deep regret that Ambassador Sequi's mandate in Albania drew to a close, but praised his job over the recent years in the country.
New York City police disbands unit that watched Muslim communities
The New York Police Department has disbanded a controversial surveillance unit that targeted and monitored Muslim communities after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, a police statement said.
Egypt court jails 120 Morsi backers
More than 100 supporters of Egypt's deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi have been sentenced over clashes which killed 24 people last year.

Opinion / Editorial
The cost of Putin's adventurism in Ukraine - David Ignatius
As President Obama looks at the Ukraine crisis, he sees an asymmetry of interests: Simply put, the future of Ukraine means more to Vladimir Putin's Russia than it does to the United States or Europe.
Playing to Putin's end game - Nicholas Burns
Our allies, as well as Putin, are looking to see if Washington will display confidence, toughness, and leadership in the most serious security crisis in Europe since the Cold War's end.
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Minister Tahiri testifies before Inquiry Commission on State Police
Interior Minister Saimir Tahiri has stated that the reform and appointments and dismissals in the state police were necessary, because the new government found this structure in a degraded state.
Frroku used to threaten Lamaj that he would kill his daughter and sister: Lamaj's sister
Gov't asks opposition to offer evidence on "Army's drugs trafficking"
Time of politics through a key hole has long gone: Meta on Tahiri's SMS
Street protests to oppose unilateral territorial reform: DP's Basha
Drug trafficking was carried out even during speedboats moratorium: Minister Tahiri
Kodheli urges Llalla to investigate DP allegations that Army is smuggling narcotics
3 dead, 5 wounded in road accident in Tepelena
Parliament is excluding HCJ from reform in the judiciary: HCJ's Cefa
US urges Albania to increase army budget to meet NATO commitments
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