Nearly 3.5 million voters will choose from 18 parties to govern the country for the next four years
Morocco may be the leading source of cannabis resin, but mountainous Albania is the main supplier of herbal cannabis trafficked to the European Union, says the bloc's law enforcement agency, Europol.
Cavusoglu's remarks come during joint news conference with his Macedonian counterpart in capital Skopje
The alliance dubbed the "war wing" by Kosovo's media, and led by the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) of President Hashim Thaci, won 35.78 percent of votes, based on a count of nearly 70 percent of ballots.
19 parties, 5 pre-election alliances, 2 civil initiatives competing to be part of new government
Kosovans go to the polls after government collapsed in May amid no-confidence vote
A common market involved in Albania and ex-Yugoslav countries would help prepare for EU membership, says Johannes Hahn
The mine, known as Stari Trg to Serbs, "was never Serbian and never will be," Kurti insists.
Relations are tense between Pristina and Belgrade, which refuses to recognise the independence of Kosovo -- its former province populated mostly by ethnic Albanians.
The Parliament of Macedonia approved the new government with Zoran Zaev as Prime Minister.
Vucic was elected with 55.08 percent of the vote on April 2
The UN mission in Kosovo was set up at the end of the war in 1999 and helped govern it until Kosovo's 2008 independence.
Balkan state to join alliance at Thursday's summit amid Russian criticisms
Prosecutor General Adriatik Llalla says investigation will be carried out in accordance with Albanian law
Forum to set the scene for exchanges between government officials, business figures in region and beyond
New report says Belgrade should also 'actively implement' policies to punish those guilty of war crimes
Schools form the backbone of Fetullah Terrorist Organization's presence in Albania: Hidayet Bayraktar
Hundreds of people had been living in abandoned buildings near city's railway station
With two faculties, 420 students and nearly 50 academics, the Canadian Technology Institute located in Albania signed a partnership agreement with the Turkish Maarif Foundation.
The 1998-1999 conflict between ethnic Albanian rebels and Serbian forces was the last of the wars that tore apart the former Yugoslavia.
Turkish President Recep Taip Erdogan sent a congratulatory message to Ilir Meta after he was voted new President of Albania.