Berisha: Now begins the second phase of the revolution, the confrontation with this enemy of the Albanians

13:59 08/12/2022 The leader of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, says that now the second phase of the revolution begins, referring to the political battle with the socialists in power and Prime Minister Edi Rama, whom he considers an “enemy of the citizens”. In his speech at the FRPD Assembly on Freedom Day, December 8, … Read more

Ambassador Guido De Sanctis begins his duties as head of the OSCE Presence in Albania

20:04 01/12/2022 Today, Ambassador Guido De Sanctis began his duties as the head of the OSCE Presence in Albania. Ambassador De Sanctis is a career diplomat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Italy. Before being appointed the head of the OSCE in Albania, he was deputy ambassador at the Italian Embassy … Read more

“Tirana is in charge and the battle begins”, Berisha: The protest is no longer postponed, we will start a rescue movement for Albania

14:25 18/10/2022 The chairman of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, during the Presidency meeting, stated that the protest will no longer be postponed. He warned that the next day he will meet with the heads of Tirana branches to divide the tasks and engage in a multifaceted activity. According to Berisha, the government has crossed … Read more

Britain’s jobs market begins to bounce back amid lockdown easing

Recruiters today reported the strongest month-on-month increase in hiring for permanent jobs for six years amid an employment boom prompted by the easing of lockdown.   The survey, which asked around 400 companies whether they have taken on more staff over the month compared to the one before, also found hiring for temporary positions had expanded … Read more

Deliveroo riders go on strike today as tech firm’s unconditional trading begins

Deliveroo riders have gone on strike today over their rights – as the food transport company’s disastrously performing shares begin unconditional trading. The action by the Independent Workers of Great Britain union could not come as a worse time as stock plummeted after they went on sale last week. Deliveroo’s shares originally estimated the company … Read more

Britain’s Moderna vaccine rollout begins: 5,000 doses will be given out in Wales TODAY

The first doses of the Moderna Covid vaccine will be given to patients in Wales from today. Jabs will be given out at West Wales General Hospital in Carmarthen in what has been hailed as ‘another key milestone’ in the fight against coronavirus.  Five thousand doses of the vaccine were also sent to vaccination centres … Read more

Covid Europe: Italy enters strict three-day lockdown while France begins four week national shutdown

Italy and France entered strict lockdowns today, with both countries struggling to cope with a dramatic rise in Covid-19 cases that has overwhelmed hospitals.  In Italy, the country entered a three-day Easter lockdown to prevent a surge in infections over the bank holiday weekend. The entire country is now in the ‘red zone’ – the … Read more

Johnson & Johnson begins testing its COVID-19 vaccine in children as young as 12 

Johnson & Johnson is now testing its COVID-19 vaccine in children and teenagers between ages 12 and 17.  U.S. regulators have authorized the firm’s one-dose shot for adults 18 and older.   The trial expansion will first test J&J’s shot in teens aged 16 to 17. If the vaccine appears to be safe and prompt an … Read more

NIH begins dosing people with Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine booster shot

NIH begins dosing people with Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine booster shot to see if it protects against the South African variant The NIH has begun clinical trials testing a booster shot of Moderna Inc’s COVID vaccine to see if it will protect against the South African variant Approximately 210 healthy adult volunteers will be enrolled at … Read more