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Shkodër

(Albanian ˈʃkodər)
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(Placename) a market town in NW Albania, on Lake Shkodër: an Illyrian capital in the first millennium bc. Pop: about 90 000 (2003 est). Italian name: Scutari
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Tthese cities are Shkoder, Berat, Elbasan, Tirana, Korce, Tepelene, Gjirokaster Delvine Fier Lezhe, Durres, Pogradec.
The two delegations also acknowledged their results to date with regards to the seizure of narcotics in joint operations with the customs and police services, and the increased success in tackling illegal fishing activities on Shkoder Lake and the Bojana River.
From the 'golden years' (as one conservationist described them) of the 1970s and 1980s, when the pelicans were well established in the park, the war years of the early 1990s saw their numbers plummet to just six nests - the fuel embargo which accompanied the war meant that petrol was traded by boat with Shkoder, across the lake in Albania, and the boats took a route right through the pelican colony.
Department of Business Administration, University of Shkoder, Vol 18, pp 1-24.
JERUSALEM/TIRANA Albania has moved Saturday's World Cup European Group G qualifier with Israel from the northern city of Shkoder to a venue near the capital Tirana due to security concerns, the Israeli Football Association said on Tuesday.
Following the request by the Albanian FA to FIFA to move the match against Israel from Shkoder due to security concerns, FIFA has ruled (that it be moved) … and the Israeli FA has given its consent," an Israeli FA statement said.
Or to quote Primo Shllaku, a poet from the northern Albanian city of Shkoder, a frequent guest at our festival, "Gheg was banned the way free speech was banned.
MOST COUNTRIES VISITED BY BICYCLE IN SEVEN DAYS: The most countries visited by bicycle in seven days is 11 and was achieved by Glen Burmeister (below) from Loughborough who cycled from Breclav, Czech Republic to Shkoder, Albania from April 29 to May 5, 2013.
Protests were also staged in Shkoder as well as in Kosovo's capital of Prishtina, Dnevnik reports.
Municipal governments in Tirana, Shkoder and Fier provided space for the three debates, which took place in April and May and were aired on three television stations.
As part of the Tirex transition towards production, the company will establish a mining office in the municipality of Fushe Arrez, Shkoder County, northern Albania.