Erico reminisces on early days with record-breaking Egbo as NFF hails Albania’s new champion
Unknown to many, Ndubuisi Egbo, who last week became the first African to lead an European club to a league title, would not have risen to his current heights if he was not brought...
Albania reports first two coronavirus cases
Albania reported its first confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, a man who returned from Italy late last month and his father, the health ministry said.
Donors pledge 1.15 bn euros for Albania quake recovery
International donors on Monday pledged 1.15 billion euros ($1.25 billion) to help Albania recover from a powerful earthquake last year, the EU chief announced
Albania quake exposes scourge of sketchy construction
When a powerful earthquake struck Albania more than two months ago, buildings collapsed like houses of cards atop sleeping families.
Albania quake toll hits 50 as search for survivors ends
The death toll from a powerful Albanian earthquake rose to 50 as the search for survivors was called off, Prime Minister Edi Rama said Saturday.
Albanians hold mass funeral for earthquake victims
Albanian families buried their loved ones on Friday and the country mourned the 49 people known to have died in this week's earthquake, as officials grapple with the destruction left in its wake.
Albania mourns as earthquake search for survivors continues
Albania was in national mourning Wednesday as emergency workers continued to pull bodies from the ruins of buildings gutted by a violent earthquake, with nearly 30 found dead and hundreds injured.
Four dead, several injured as powerful earthquake rocks Albania
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Albania early Tuesday killing four people, according to officials and local media, and sparking panic in the capital Tirana and other cities.
Fugitive ex-Macedonian PM hit with new criminal cases
Macedonia prosecutors filed two new indictments Thursday against fugitive former premier Nikola Gruevski, who said this week he was granted asylum in Hungary after fleeing a two-year jail sentence in his homeland. Gruevski, a former strongman close to Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, fled to Budapest earlier this month after being sentenced in Macedonia for…