Al Jazeera World – Women of Krusha

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AACL Delegation to Kosova with DioGuardi and Lantos 05-27-1990

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Al Jazeera World – Women of Krusha

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Thaci: No division and no Republika Srpska in Kosovo

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Serbian president’s praise of Milosevic triggers outrage

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Category Archives: Culture

The First Film Footage of Albanians, Albanians in Novi Pazar | 1904


The following film footage, dating from 1904, is probably the first ever to show Albanians. It is part of a longer documentary film made by the British political figure Arnold Muir Wilson (1857-1909) from Sheffield in Yorkshire, and the early British cinema director Frank Mottershaw (1850-1932), also from Sheffield.

The Albanian language


Geographical location

The Albanian language (shqip) is spoken by over six million people in the southwestern Balkans, primarily in the Republic of Albania and in the neighbouring countries which once formed part of the Yugoslav federation (Kosova, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia).