Hoxha


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Hoxha

(Albanian ˈhodʒa)
n
(Biography) Enver (ˈemver). 1908–85, Albanian statesman: founded the Albanian Communist Party in 1941 and was its first secretary (1954–85)
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But one thing is clear - there is no place in modern Birmingham for the sort of slavery that Hoxha imposed on the women whose money he pocketed after he forced them to work in seedy brothels.
Sentencing Albert Hoxha at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday, the judge Recorder Mr Stephen Linehan QC described him as a man of "cruelty, violence and greed" and said people trafficking was the modern day equivalent of slavery.
Which European country was led by Enver Hoxha from 1946 to 1985?
NO messing with Stalinist dictator Enver Hoxha, who ruled post-war Albania.
Party leader Enva Hoxha (pronounced Hodger) was a Stalinist who took his atheism seriously.
Ismet Hoxha said he had encountered only one Serbian police patrol as he walked from his remote village, Gjonas.
According to Hoxha, Albanians in Macedonia have many enemies.
In the letter, Ms Onwurah states: "I would like to meet with you as soon as possible to discuss the treatment of non-UK residents and particularly Mr Hoxha.
Lorenc Hoxha, 27, was said to have attended hospital on Monday and was kept in overnight in readiness for a non-urgent operation the next day.
Ahmeti told the Kosovo officials that Commander Hoxha was behind the attack even though Hoxha earlier said he had nothing to do with it,' Bota Sot of Prihstina reports.
Of which communist country was Enver Hoxha the effective head of state for nearly 40 years until his death in 1985?
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