I love Sunday mornings and the same feeling is about national holidays. The city is quieter than normal and people are even more laid back

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Two months have passed since  the 2017 national  election results and the international community is mulling  over its implications.  Newly re-elected Edi Rama may well

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In less time than it takes to fill in a pothole on a major intercity road in Albania, the historic main stadium of Tirana was

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Spring rain is like that, springy and sporadic! However, almost every time it rains here in Tirana a horrifying reality comes to light. I’m talking

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Dear Alan, You ask me why, I, as a successful professional   with a good  job and  a  husband who works for a successful company living

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How a lack of direction has gradually destroyed Albanian’s railway system Let’s start with a dream and a vision. From every corner of  Europe, in

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One of the many characteristics of the  Communist world was the insistence that the ‘ideal’ be  constantly portrayed as ‘reality’ and that reality be relegated

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When I first visited Albania in 2005 I had one overwhelming impression: ‘This country has a lot of potential.’  I saw, as others before and

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