Albania’s president has cancelled upcoming municipal elections, citing the need to reduce political tensions in the country.
Anti-government protesters in Albania have hurled firebombs and flares at riot police standing in front of the main government building.
Albania’s centre-right opposition has continued protests calling for the resignation of the government and for an early parliamentary election.
Thousands of supporters of Albania’s centre-right opposition have protested in the capital Tirana, calling for the left-wing government to resign and for an early parliamentary election.
Three lions rescued from a private zoo in Albania are travelling to their new home in the Netherlands.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie insists he will take nothing for granted, despite finally becoming established in the Scotland set-up.
Gary Mackay-Steven says he is happy at Aberdeen and open to staying with the club.
Mikey Devlin is an injury doubt for Scotland's double header against Albania and Israel in the UEFA Nations League.
Willie Miller: Scotland call-up Devlin having fine season with Aberdeen and was immense against Hibs
Mikey Devlin was outstanding on Friday in the 1-0 win at Pittodrie.
Scotland squad: FOUR Aberdeen players called up for crunch Nations League games with Albania and Israel
Scotland boss Alex McLeish has called four Aberdeen players into his squad for the upcoming crunch UEFA Nations League matches with Albania and Israel.
Scotland's performance against Portugal was an improvement from the 2-1 loss to Israel in Haifa – if it wasn’t we’d have real problems.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish said his side were “perpetrators of their own mistakes” after they lost 3-1 to Portugal at Hampden
Miller, Brown and supporters united on Hampden – Telling SFA it was right choice and how they think it can be improved
Aberdeen's Scotland supporters’ group and national team legends Willie Miller and Craig Brown have welcomed the Scottish FA’s decision to stick with Hampden Park – but want wide-ranging changes.
Scotland's UEFA Nations League opener with Albania was a dream come true for Johnny Russell as he won the start he craved.
The Scottish FA have confirmed a £5 million deal to buy Hampden from Queen's Park and keep the stadium as the home of the national game.
Goal hero Steven Naismith insists he never gave up on playing for Scotland.
Scotland beat Albania 2-0 in their UEFA Nations League opener at Hampden last night.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish felt vindicated in his team selection after the Dark Blues won their UEFA Nations League opener at Hampden.
Scotland made a winning start to their UEFA Nations League campaign with a 2-0 victory over Albania.
Scotland’s UEFA Nations League tie with Albania at Hampden tonight is a “must win”.
Ryan Fraser on McLeish’s new Scotland regime: ‘It doesn’t matter what team you’re with – if you’re playing well, you’ll get call’
Aberdonian Premier League star Ryan Fraser said he never thought he’d be coming up against world class players regularly in his time at Pittodrie and has backed himself to keep getting better.
Centre-back John Souttar knows Scotland’s UEFA Nations League opener with Albania tonight is the “big one” in terms of the current international break.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie deserves his international recognition and hopefully he can earn a fourth cap against Albania tonight.
Scotland boss Alex McLeish has challenged his squad to change the Tartan Army’s negative expectations that the national side is always doomed to failure.
Graeme Shinnie said coming on for Scotland in a 4-0 friendly defeat to Belgium was still “a dream come true”.
After the heaviest home defeat in 45 years boss Alex McLeish remained defiant, insisting Scotland may be down – but they are not out.
World Cup bronze medalists Belgium made light work of Alex McLeish's Scotland in their friendly at Hampden, running out 4-0 winners.
Having played alongside Scott McKenna for Scotland, former Don Charlie Mulgrew says he is good enough to play in the English Premier League.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie admits earning his first Scotland cap in Peru this summer was a huge weight off his shoulders.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie believes being involved with the national team can only help him improve even further at club level.