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Tirana Observer is an Albanian language newspaper published in Tirana, Albania. Tirana Observer is a politically unaffiliated daily newspaper.
The newspaper is organised in three sections, including the magazine.
Tirana Observer has had a web presence since 2007. Accessing articles requires no registration.
The paper's price is 30 Leke and could by bought by local shops. The newspaper is for subscribers available in Albania.
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