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Albanian Telegraphic Agency (ATA), 97-09-28

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From: The Albanian Telegraphic Agency (ATA) Home Page at <http://www.telpress.it/ata>

Albanian Telegraphic Agency

CONTENTS

  • [01] ZANI, HEAD OF GANG IN VLORE, DETAINED
  • [02] NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS IN BANKS RAISED
  • [03] MATCHES OF THIRD WEEK OF NATIONAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP HELD
  • [04] SOME 252 ALBANIANS RETURNED FROM ITALY OVER LAST TWO DAYS
  • [05] PRESS REVIEW

  • [01] ZANI, HEAD OF GANG IN VLORE, DETAINED

    VLORE, SEPT 28 (ATA) - By H Koci: Myrteza Caushi, known as Zani, the head of gang who operated in the district of Vlore, was detained late on Saturday by local police forces, sources from the Police Directorate in Vlore report.

    The same sources also report that some 14 other persons, members of the armed group which operated for several months in the district of Vlore, have been also detained.

    The action of local police of Vlore has been prepared carefully since three days. Police officers, under the direction of the head of this directorate, Gjon Abazi, for three consecutive days had put under strict observation the "aole" neighbourhood and the residence of Zani.

    Zani was detained in vicinity of his residence and police sources reported that no resistance with fire weapons occurred. It is expected that for security reasons, Zani and many other persons detained by police, be sent to Tirana.

    Zani has been the head of one of the gangs in the district of Vlore which has operated in this town after the turmoil in March of this year.

    After the arrival of special forces of the Interior Ministry by the beginning of August, Zani disappeared.

    The versions of his lurking-places, among which the most believable one, was his escape towards the Italian coasts by a motorboat.

    Other sources had reported that he was in the zone of Himara.

    His detention last night proved the statement of special forces that Zani had not left Albania. /kei/mt/k

    [02] NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS IN BANKS RAISED

    BERAT, SEPT 28 (ATA) - By I Manka: The deposits in the branch of savings' bank in the district of Berat during the last eight months has been increased by 60 per cent compared to the same period last year, sources from this bank report.

    "The lodging of money in Bank is considered the most profitable one for all those who cannot invest their money at present," stresses Foti Kallfa, specialist in the branch of Savings' Bank n Berat.

    Although the interest rates of deposits for three months have been lowered from 37 to 35 per cent since several days, the flux of depositing has increased.

    The reduction of interest rates by 2 per cent, says Kallfa, shows that the bank has become 2 per cent stronger.

    "Even if the interest rates in Bank will continue to lower, I will deposit my money here. What we suffered from pyramid schemes was a sorrowful lesson for our town," says Q Hedo, client of this bank. /kei/mt/k

    [03] MATCHES OF THIRD WEEK OF NATIONAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP HELD

    TIRANA, SEPT 28 (ATA) - By A Keko: Nine matches of the third week of the 59th National Football Championship were held on Saturday.

    The results of the third week are:

    Vllaznia - Flamurtari 1-0 Teuta - Olimpik 2-1 Tomori - Apolonia 1-0 Skenderbeu - Bylis 0-0 Besa - Partizani 0-1 Tirana - Shkumbini 4-2 Lazi - Albpetrol 7-0 Sopoti - Lushnja 1-1 Elbasani - Shqiponja 3-0

    After this week, the classification is as follows:

    Tirana 9 points Sopoti 7 Lazi 6 Elbasani 6 Partizani 6 Teuta 6 Vllaznia 6 Lushnja 5 Shkumbini 4 Bylis 4 Tomori 4 Apolonia 3 Besa 3 Albpetroli 3 Skenderbeu 2 Olimpiku 1 Flamurtari 1 Shqiponja 0

    /A.KE/kei/mt/

    [04] SOME 252 ALBANIANS RETURNED FROM ITALY OVER LAST TWO DAYS

    DURRES, SEPT 28 (ATA) - By G Kabashi: Some 252 Albanian illegal emigrants were deported by the Italian authorities in the port of Durres during the last two days, among whom 129 only on Saturday evening.

    According to sources from the border check point of Durres, they have been detained in different regions of Italy and were returned through the ports of Bari, Brindizi, Ancona and Trieste.

    A group of girls was deported in Albania because of exercising prostitution, but none of them accepted this in the border point of Durres.

    The number of deported from Italy since the beginning of September has reached in more than 2700 persons. /s.s/kei/mt/k

    [05] PRESS REVIEW

    TIRANA, SEPT 28 (ATA) - Zeri i Popullit covers the meeting of Albania's PM Fatos Nano with the U.S. State Secretary, Madeleine Albright, and his speech in the 52d session of the UN General Assembly, under the title "Resolute for the transformation of the country into a trustful partner." Under the headline "The deputy Speaker of parliament, Namik Dokle, returned from Strasbourg," the paper reports "The Council of Europe: DP - return to Parliament!..." The paper carries the news conference of the Director General of Customs, Gezim Bleta, under the title "We will close all the ways to smuggling." The paper reports "Fight against Mafia in Justice."

    Under the headline "The revenge of Nano without mercy on courts and prosecutor's office. The Supreme Council of Meidani starts the political cleansing," Rilindja Demokratike reports "Axe on the justice." The paper carries the editorial "The tragedy of Otranto, appeal for the consciousness of Albanians." The paper reports on the removal from hospital of deputy Azem Hajdari. Reporting that the Director general of Customs is not powerful in front of crime, the paper quotes him in a news conference as saying: "The smuggling will continue." Under the headline "VEFA announces restitution of money on October 1," the paper writes "Vehbi Alimucaj, duel with the state."

    Republika carries the editorial "The Supreme Council of Justice compromises the function." The paper also reports "Nano and Berisha in television debate."

    Under the headline "Sudden action of special forces in the Cole neighbourhood," Koha Jone reports "Zani arrested in Vlore." The paper carries the editorial "The two VAT-s." The paper covers the news conference of DP leader, Sali Berisha, quoting him as saying "Election in December." The paper covers the meetings of PM Nano during his days of visit in New York, and cites Albright "USA, aid in all fields."

    Rilindja covers the meeting of Nano with Albright, reporting "The government responsible for facing the situation.' The paper also reports "Kosova Albanians manifest in Berne."

    Albania paper reports "The tragedy of Otranto. Investigation for Fino. The tracks lead to Nano." The paper publishes the editorial "Three months of smuggling - 300 million dollars," and reports "Police beat Albanians in front of the Italian Embassy." Covering the meeting Nano-Albright, the paper reports "USA worried about the revenge of former communists."

    Gazeta Shqiptare reports "The state does not close VEFA," and "Gjinushi attacks Meidani." Under the headline "Visas, the cause of unrest," the paper reports "Police intervene at the Italian Embassy: 500 persons in revolt." Covering the news conference of DP, the paper writes "Appeal of Berisha: "In the league without Nano."

    Demokracia paper reports "The state against Vefa or Vefa against the state." /kei/mt/


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