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Albania Tears Down 19 Greek Homes and Tells Athens to Be Grateful That Acropolis Is Still Standing

A decision by local authorities at the Albanian town of Himara to demolish the homes of 19 ethnic Greek families at a predominantly ethnic Greek seaside resort has angered Athens and caused a diplomatic fued between Greece and Albania....

Greek-Albanian Fistfight Over 'Land Grab' at Himara Village [video]

A new round of friction in relations between Greece and Albania after tension flared at Himara, a village south of Albania, with violence connected to plans to renovate the center of the city that will affect properties in the region....

Albania: Edi Rama Acknowledges Greeks of Himara

Edi Rama became the first prime minister in the history of Albania to recognize and acknowledge the Greek community of Himara. Until recently, Albanian prime minister believed that the city’s population was considered bilingual. During his speech at the latest...

Gkioulekas Visits Greek Schools in Albania

The Deputy Minister of Education, Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports, Konstantinos Gkioulekas, visited a series of Greek schools in Korca, Gjirokastra, Saranda and Himara. During his visit, he met with students and teachers of the Greek diaspora and discussed the...

Unity for Human Rights Blasts Vandalism

The Human Rights Union Party denounced the acts of vandalism against it that took place during the electoral campaign in Albania. For the fourth time, unknown people destroyed billboards with posters which bore the photo of the president of the...

2012 Calendar of Aspasia Sxina to Support Greek Language Tuition Units of Himara

In her new artistic calendar for 2012, professor of Greek language Mrs. Aspasia Sxina is supporting the function of two private tuition units offering Greek language courses to the Greek students of the broader Himara region in Albania. Entitles as...