25 June 2001 After anarchy almost tore the country apart in 1997, Albania should be given credit for its progress toward democracy. Amid the fuss over Slobodan Milosevic's possible extradition to The Hague and continuing fire fights in Macedonia, few paid attention to the parliamentary elections in Albania this weekend. In a way that's a […]

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