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Illegal immigrants arraigned for vicious dog attack that killed a Michigan jogger

Illegal immigrants arraigned for vicious dog attack that killed a Michigan jogger

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Interview: Sabahudin Hadzialic, distinguished writer of the Balkans

Interview: Sabahudin Hadzialic, distinguished writer of the Balkans

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Albania has long road towards effecting the inclusion of Roma community

Albania has long road towards effecting the inclusion of Roma community

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Albania has a long road to EU integration

Albania has a long road to EU integration

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Human rights conference is warned that intolerance of Christians is increasing

Human rights conference is warned that intolerance of Christians is increasing

Discrimination and intolerance of Christians in Europe must be combatted as are instances of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia, said Bishop Toso

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Avni Azizi: an Albanian life in literature and politics

Avni Azizi: an Albanian life in literature and politics

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Turkey: Albania's strategic partner in the Balkans

Turkey: Albania's strategic partner in the Balkans

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Canadian atheists resurrect false accusations against Mother Teresa

Canadian atheists resurrect false accusations against Mother Teresa

Bill Donohue comments on an article published by Serge Larivée et al. in a Canadian journal, Studies in Religion, on Mother Teresa.

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Book review: 'Biblical Silence'

Book review: 'Biblical Silence'

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Albania celebrates 100 years of religious tolerance

Albania celebrates 100 years of religious tolerance

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The Balkans' EU aspirations: inclusion, exclusion and faith

The Balkans' EU aspirations: inclusion, exclusion and faith

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Albania To Allow International Probe Into Organ Trafficking

Albania has drafted legislation allowing an EU-led investigation into whether Kosovo Albanian rebels sold prisoners' organs during the 1998-99 Kosovo war.

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On a day like today: Scanderbeg defeats Mahomet II

On a day like today: Scanderbeg defeats Mahomet II

The Ottoman Turks held sway in the Balkans when mighty Scanderberg rose to defeat Mahomet II. He then died at the hour of victory and left Albania an unprotected orphan.

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Albania must boost efforts to protect rights of domestic, foreign migrants - UN expert

A United Nations human rights expert today urged Albania to step up its efforts to protect the rights of its citizens living abroad as well as foreigners arriving to the country who are vulnerable to exploitation.

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