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The Encyclopædia Britannica: Nuk ka asgjë turke te Gjysmëhëna dhe Ylli, tregohet nga monedha e mbishkrime të ketë qenë një simbol i lashtë ilir

Besir Bajrami Nuk ka asgjë të qartë turke në kombinimin e Gjysmëhënës dhe Yllit që shfaqet në standardin kombëtar turk – ky i fundit tregohet nga monedha e mbishkrime, të ketë qenë një simbol i lashtë ilir dhe sigurisht, është ...

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A letter in support of Albin Kurti’s acting government

Intellectuals and academics stand in solidarity with Albin Kurti and the citizens of Kosovo in these difficult times. Frank Ruda, Gabriel Tupinambá & Colleagues 30 March 2020 The first meeting of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo, February 2020. ...

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Review of Xhemil Zeqiri’s latest book on the Albanian Question

Calling the Forbidden Fairy By Shqiptar Oseku Stockholm, Sweden, April 2005 In an old Albanian tale, a shepherd goes astray in the Damned Mountains and finds suddenly the dance lodge of the fairies. The fairest of them falls in love ...

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Parlamentswahl:Kosovo steht vor Regierungswechsel

Die beiden größten Oppositionskräfte haben die Parlamentswahl im Kosovo gewonnen. Sie zeigten sich offen für eine Koalition. Damit ist ein Regierungswechsel möglich. 6. Oktober 2019, 23:34 UhrQuelle: ZEIT ONLINE, Reuters, dpa, AFP, Oppositionspolitiker Albin Kurti, Chef der Linkspartei Vetevendosje (Selbstbestimmung) ...

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Debat: Makedonien: Apartheid imod albanere

( Fra Arkivn ) Et svar til Meri Trajkovska Xhemil Zeqiri, menneskerettighedsaktivist. I Politiken 23.6. juni har Meri Tjajkovska (MT) et debatindlæg. Hendes budskab er, at der ikke findes apart-heid i Makedonien, som jeg påstod i mit debatindlæg ‘Hjælp mod ...

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ALBANIAN LANGUAGE

Albanian (shqip [ʃcip] or gjuha shqipe [ˈɟuha ˈʃcipɛ], meaning Albanian language) is an Indo-European language spoken by approximately 7.6 million people, primarily in Albania, Kosovo, the Republic of Macedonia, and Greece, but also in other areas of Southeastern Europe in which there is an Albanian population, including Montenegro and the Preševo Valley of Serbia. Centuries-old communities speaking Albanian-based dialects can ...

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