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
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.
The protesters allege that a deal struck between the Social Democrats (SDSM) to govern alongside ethnic Albanian parties, which emerged as kingmakers after an early election in December, would threaten national unity.
Nationalist demonstrators forced their way into the building on Thursday evening and the ensuing riots left scores injured, including Social Democrat (SDSM) leader Zoran Zaev and other MPs.
A NATO member since 2009, Albania is a candidate for EU membership and hopes to open negotiations by the end of the year.
Aleksandar Vucic meets Turkish ambassador ahead of assuming office on May 31
Demonstrators storm parliament after ethnic Albanian is elected speaker
Parliamentary elections are due on June 18, but the opposition has already threatened to boycott them.
Victims' groups call on Bosniak, Croatian representatives to have Visegrad cross removed
The Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, OSCE-ODIHR will ask members to bring 30 long-term observers and 300 short term, to observe the elections in Albania.
Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic, both from the Democratic Front, were charged along with two Russians, nine Serbian citizens and one other Montenegrin, the court in Podgorica announced.
The Balkan conflicts of the 1990s claimed 130,000 lives, 100,000 of them in Bosnia.
Under Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin has long seen the Balkans as within its "sphere of influence".
Trump's approval comes on the eve of his meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House.
Pro-EU candidate Sasa Jankovic, who garnered 16 percent in the April 2 polls compared to 55 percent for Vucic, called for a partial recount of ballots.