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26 Nov
International tourism is on track to reach 65 per cent of pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2022, as the sector continues to bounce back from the pandemic.
1 Nov
While one aspect of the parameter believed in multilateralism, Trump believed in unilateralism. While one aspect of the parameter believed in pacta sunt servanda— the sanctity of agreements
9 May 2022
Eleven developing countries, including Nigeria, have submitted detailed information on their greenhouse gas emissions trends and status to the UN Climate Change Secretariat,
15 Jul 2021
European Union member states on Thursday agreed to add Ukraine to a list of countries from which travellers can enter the European Union during the coronavirus pandemic, while Rwanda and Thailand were removed. The EU's eastern neighbour joins a "green list" of only around 20 countries, which also includes the likes of Canada, Japan, New…
27 Apr 2021
Albania's prime minister called on his supporters to celebrate victory on Tuesday, as almost complete election results suggested he had clinched a record third term in office.
26 Apr 2021
Albania's prime minister looked set for a third term in power on Monday, as preliminary election results gave his Socialist Party a commanding lead.
22 Jul 2020
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...
9 Mar 2020
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.
24 Feb 2020
As the climate and commercial threats intensify, health experts are pressing for a radical rethink on child health. The report calls for children to be placed at the centre of the efforts to achieve sustainable development goals
17 Feb 2020
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
7 Feb 2020
When a powerful earthquake struck Albania more than two months ago, buildings collapsed like houses of cards atop sleeping families.
16 Dec 2019
Albania's football federation was fined 5,000 euros by UEFA on Monday after their fans angrily booed the French anthem at a Euro 2020 qualifier


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Midfielder Alex Iwobi says the Super Eagles are eager to redeem their image in their reverse fixture against the Wild Dogs of Guinea Bissau on Monday.
20 mins ago
An explosion at a chocolate factory in the US state of Pennsylvania has killed two people and left nine others missing, according to local media.
47 mins ago
An anonymous emergency telephone call on Friday led authorities to halt a train that contained a group of "suffocating" migrants, two of whom were dead, police in Texas said. The US Border Patrol stopped the train east of Knippa, a small community in southern Texas near the city of San Antonio, police said. "Approximately 15…
53 mins ago
The death toll from retaliatory US strikes on Iran-linked groups in Syria following a deadly drone attack has risen to 19, a war monitor said Saturday, as Washington insisted it is not seeking conflict with Tehran. Further rocket attacks by Iran-backed militias took place late Friday, prompting more strikes by coalition warplanes, the Syrian Observatory…
1 hour ago
Violent pension reform protests in France led to the postponement Friday of King Charles III's trip to the country, highlighting the growing security and political problems faced by President Emmanuel Macron. The French president condemned the latest burst of violence overnight, while a human rights watchdog criticised the "excessive use of force" by police during…