Police came in for criticism after they used water cannon and tear gas on Friday to disperse protesters calling on the leftwing government to resign.
Local media said between 50,000 to 80,000 people turned out for the protest, including many Romanian expatriates who returned home to show their anger at the graft in one of the EU's most corruption-plagued members.
Alija Izetbegovic's illustrious career was marked by suffering of 1992-1995 Bosnian War
Kucova will serve as a supporting base for NATO's air supply operations, logistics, training and exercises, Rama said, adding that Albanian authorities were also discussing with the United States a "further modernisation of Albanian air capacities."
Croatians celebrate, while Serbs commemorate it as Remembrance Day
Viral video shows small group of people disrespecting the Turkish flag, who stomp on it and set it ablaze
Incident took place at Thursday noon when workers were cleaning turbines in power plant
After losing her husband and 2 young sons in 1995 massacre, Hatidza Mehmedovic dedicated her life to seeking justice
The move comes as Tirana pushed forward with a rocky effort to clean-up its graft-riddled judiciary, a task that Brussels has made a top priority for the country to start accession talks with the European Union.
2,000 skeletal remains found in mass grave excavations could not be identified
Turkish delegation led by Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gul joins funeral of 35 victims
Following last month’s historic name agreement with neighbouring Greece, NATO is expected to invite Macedonia to start accession talks at the Western alliance's Brussels summit which starts on Wednesday.
Identified victims to be laid to rest on 23rd anniversary of Srebrenica genocide in midst of 1992-1995 Bosnian War
Remains of victims of 23-year-old genocide dispatched to cemetery in truck which passed through Bosnian capital
3 cyclists set off for Turkey’s July 15 martyrs from capital Skopje to Istanbul
Saudi Arabia remains one of the main export destinations for weapons from the Balkans, with Afghanistan, Iraq and Algeria emerging as new key destinations, SEESAC report says.
The seven were found guilty of trying to kill ethnic Albanian MP Ziadin Sela, who was hospitalised with severe injuries following the attack.
The earthquake epicenter was 31 km northwest of Tirana.
Greece, Macedonia reached deal on June 17 to end long-standing dispute; parliament can override president's veto
Relatives of Bosnian war victims throw roses into River Drina for each of 3,000 victims from massacres in early 1990s
The parliament's backing of the deal smooths the way for a referendum to be held at a later date.
Bosnia-Herzegovina would not exist today if martyrs did not show courage and give sacrifices: Bosnian leader Izetbegovic