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ALBANIA, THAT’S WHY MANY ITALIANS DON’T DESERVE IT AND WHY WE ARE FULL OF IDIOT PREJUDES THAT MAKE US A PEOPLE OF TROGLODITES

We have just returned from 6 days in this wonderful land and we want to give an honest and frank testimony to make those who would like to go or are about to go, understand that they should give up even before leaving. 1) It’s an acerbic country, new to tourism, if you’re looking for the Romagna Riviera or Venetian …

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Statements PRESS RELEASE: American Jewish Congress Stands with Albania in Light of Iran’s Unprecedented Cyber-Attack

New York, NY, September 7, 2022 -The American Jewish Congress stands with the Republic of Albania in light of Iran’s state-sponsored cyber-attack against critical infrastructure in the European nation. We praise the Government of Albania, a U.S. ally and NATO member state, for severing diplomatic ties with the Islamic Republic and call for Tehran’s brutal regime to be held accountable …

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Israel Begs U.S. to Reject New Iran Nuclear Deal

“I commit: With or without an agreement — I will do everything to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons,” former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted on August 24, 2022. (photo: Benjamin Netanyahu, Twitter) “I call on @POTUS Biden & the US administration to refrain, even now at this last minute, from signing the agreement with Iran,” former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett …

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Skulpturë gjigante e bërë nga 350 pemë që qëndron jashtë Pallatit Buckingham

Lajmi English-shqip Giant sculpture made from 350 trees to stand outside Buckingham Palace -Skulpturë gjigante e bërë nga 350 pemë për të qëndruar jashtë Pallatit Buckingham .When Britain marks Queen Elizabeth II’s 70 years on the throne in June, a striking tree-shaped sculpture will stand outside Buckingham Palace, at the very center of the celebrations. Designed by Heatherwick Studio, the …

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Republic of Moldova targeted by Russia

Concerns have grown in Moldova that the country could become the next target of Russian aggression. The staged attacks in the pro-Russian separatist region, Transylvania, are bad signs, Vitalie Ciobanu thinks. The days in which the Republic of Moldova felt relatively secure due to Ukraine’s heroic resistance to Putin’s aggression, including the military victory over the sinking of the Russian Black …

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At a time when there is a war happening in Europe, the election results in Serbia have just raised the stakes for democracy and its advocates.

Our Experts Discuss What Serbia’s Election Results Could Foretell At a time when there is a war happening in Europe, the election results in Serbia have just raised the stakes for democracy and its advocates. By Rafaela Prifti Incumbent Aleksandar Vucic is set to win Serbia’s presidential vote and secure a second term. Reports and post-vote projections indicate that his …

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World Diabetes Day, 3000 new patients a year in Albania

About 3000 people are diagnosed with diabetes every year in our country. On the international day of this disease, endocrinologist Florian Toto, said that Covid 19 has brought an increase in the cases of these patients. This is because taking cortisone for the treatment of the virus, has caused type 1 diabetes in citizens. The Deputy Minister of Health, Mira …

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Why the vending machine is making a comeback

“It was something new, something different,” says Tomás Smyth, without whom Ireland would not have received its first milk vending machine. Mr Smyth’s Milk Shack sells his Wholey Cow brand of milk in half-litre and litre recyclable glass bottles. The adventurous can select from twelve different flavours, from chocolate to banana and salted caramel. The vending machine opened for business …

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ALL WITH EYES FROM HUMAN RIGHTS

On Thursday, a photography exhibition entitled "All Eyes on Human Rights" was organized at the Destil Center in Tirana. 11 photographers, 16 photographs, all with themes that touch our daily lives. The exhibition is intended as a meeting point between young artists who have chosen the art of photography to give voice to their thoughts and heartfelt causes, as well …

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Germany’s Afghanistan veterans struggle with mission’s fate

Since the Taliban seized power, many Bundeswehr soldiers have felt that their deployment in Afghanistan was in vain. Traumatized personnel are suffering particularly hard. Jenni Bruns found the images of the Taliban’s invasion of Kabul hard to bear. “I’m not doing well at all,” the former soldier says on the phone. In 2010 she was deployed to Afghanistan. In an outpost in …

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