27 July 2001 NDROQ, Albania. Close family said on 21 July they had found the remains of Mehmet Shehu, Albania’s longest serving prime minister. Shehu’s bones were found by his two surviving sons in this village west of Tirana under a bridge in a private farm following the information given to them by the farm […]

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