A teenager threatened with deportation from the UK after being trafficked from Albania has received his A-level results and will begin work next month.
Albania’s president has cancelled upcoming municipal elections, citing the need to reduce political tensions in the country.
The Albanian communist regime was one of the cruellest in Europe. It executed around 25,000 of its own people and sent tens of thousands to labour camps.
'Make Monday great again' by looking back at Scotland's dominate UEFA Nations League win over Albania.
Ryan Christie urged Scotland to carry the feelgood factor from Shkoder to the south side of Glasgow for tomorrow’s crucial Nations League game against Israel.
Scotland coach James McFadden insists the job of reaching EURO 2020 will be far from done if Alex McLeish’s men can win their UEFA Nations League group.
Scotland defender Kieran Tierney says getting their UEFA Nations League campaign off to a winning start shows no confidence has been lost through adverse results in friendlies.
Charlie Mulgrew insists Scotland are ready to right the wrongs of previous failed qualifying campaigns by taking full advantage of the opportunity handed to them by the UEFA Nations League.
An own goal and a Steven Naismith header ensured Scotland’s Uefa Nations League campaign got off to the perfect start with a 2-0 win over Albania at Hampden.
Alex McLeish defends Scotland managerial record as he puts focus on “building something” with the national team
Scotland boss Alex McLeish bullishly insisted he was trying to “build something” with this team after they recorded the second win of his tenure against Albania.
Scotland opened their UEFA Nations League campaign in winning fashion as Steven Naismith’s double secured a 2-0 triumph over Albania.
Playing a more attractive brand of football will help bring fans back to Scotland games, according to Stuart Armstrong.
Ryan Jack insists the Scotland players will not dwell on their mistakes when their Uefa Nations League campaign starts against Albania on Monday.
Scotland debutant John Souttar admitted he faced the biggest test of his career last night in the 4-0 defeat to Belgium at Hampden Park.
Eastern European gangsters are under investigation for using a steel firm to staff the construction site of the new AECC with illegal workers.
The sun was most definitely over the yardarm as the young Greek waiter guided our small motorboat and its thirsty occupants into a mooring space on the simple wooden jetty.