It seems that the trend of the moment has turned into the issue of spicy shots, which cause a little "noise" in the pink media. The first was singer Alban Ramosaj! Let's take it together that his photo completely naked at the seaside took all the press's attention because it was a bold gesture, at least for a country like Albania.
The heat of this Sunday could not be understood without the beach or say another relaxation finding that makes us even more relaxed this day. And while the instagram today is overflowing with pictures of beaches, and restaurants where VIPs are spending their days, but also those unknown, for Kosovar moderator Liberta Spahiu is another way so calming to go on Sunday. It appears naked, in the bathtub and extremely relaxed.
Although Xhejna said that both her father and her boyfriend liked her new profession, many Albanians still have a different opinion. Dalip Saja, a professor at Tirana university, said he was not glad about that way of life, which was contradictory to Albanian tradition. The younger generations, however, showed a more unconcerned approach towards their most-favoured paper's novelty.
A topless Albanian newsreader who was propelled to global fame for her scantily clad news flashes could soon have a crack at presenting fully naked. Greta Hoxha, from the Albanian capital Tirana, was thrust into the spotlight after delivering the day's TV headlines clad in the skimpiest of waistcoats - and nothing underneath. The year-old could now be jetting to Australia after receiving an offer from a new channel where presenters deliver the bulletins stark naked. The year-old could now be jetting to Australia after receiving an offer to deliver the news completely naked.
Albanian news anchor reading the headlines on the TV channel wears open jackets and nothing underneath though it is an unprecedented sight in the conservative Balkan country, where they first appeared on television and Internet screens last year. Outside the studio, she is studying law and psychology. The fame of Hoxhaj lander her a job offer in Sydney as a presenter for a soon-to-launch Australian TV channel.
Love Bilaj is an Albanian artist who has built his career and life in Kosovo. For years she has been in the music market and this year she has won the "Miss Grand Albania" award. Bilaj has returned to Albania to give a strong message about a matter that has been all the time not only a concern for Albania but also neighboring countries.
Climate change effects have started to be felt since the late s in Albania, more precisely inwhen the winter came with very little or no snow at all. It used to snow a lot on the Albanian highlands, but in it snowed just once and very little, and the whole March and April were hot, and with very little rain. Droughts in summer and sometimes even in fall, and then sudden floods, became a frequent phenomenon.
But the Union of Albanian Journalists says Zjarr TV's tactics did little to help traditional news outlets as they struggle with declining audiences and sales. Wearing open jackets, and nothing underneath, the young women reading the headlines on Zjarr TV are an unprecedented sight in the conservative Balkan country, where they first appeared on television and internet screens last year. Photo by AFP.
Members of a notorious Albanian-run cocaine smuggling gang in London have outraged the UK mass media by flaunting their illegally obtained wealth on Instagram. A similar note of outrage was struck by the Sun and the Daily Mirror. Others show gang members in designer outfits adopting rapper-style poses and giving the middle finger to viewers.