Thimi Samarxhiu - THINK ABOUT IT http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/index.php/think3/post TH!NK ABOUT IT #3 en krennie1@gmail.com Copyright 2012 2012-03-07T23:11:51+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Works of Mother Teresa, the anthem of love and compassion http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/works_of_mother_teresa_the_anthem_of_love_and_compassion/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/works_of_mother_teresa_the_anthem_of_love_and_compassion/#When:12:50:27Z Speaker of the Assembly and associated professor Iris Kraja, close family in Albania, Mother Teresa expressed specific emotions and pleasure to open this exhibition, the tens of continuous activities, which are held within the Year of Mother Teresa. Human Rights 2010-08-31T12:50:27+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - The start of the school in Albania http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/the_start_of_the_school_albania/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/the_start_of_the_school_albania/#When:12:46:52Z New school year in Albania Education 2010-08-31T12:46:52+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Daul:  Albania is a European country, and it must work in Europe’s direction http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/daul_albania_is_a_european_country_and_it_must_work_in_europes_direction/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/daul_albania_is_a_european_country_and_it_must_work_in_europes_direction/#When:16:31:01Z Interview with the President of EPP Joseph Daul Politics 2010-08-30T16:31:01+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Albania, the country who don’t know the freedom of young media http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/albania_the_country_who_dont_know_the_freedom_of_young_media/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/albania_the_country_who_dont_know_the_freedom_of_young_media/#When:16:15:01Z Here a lot of politician and criminals can call you all the time in phone and threat you for the article you wrote for they. My country has not a culture to respect e freedom of young media, because of 50 years of communism where wasn’t any free media and any free journalist. Media 2010-08-30T16:15:01+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Berlin, where the love tear down every wall http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/berlin_where_the_love_tear_down_every_wall/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/berlin_where_the_love_tear_down_every_wall/#When:16:11:14Z Many things come to mind, as mentioned Berlin: communism, the division between East and West, his wall, bars with music until the early hours of the morning, Nazism, Jews, architecture fascinate, homosexuality, walks with bicycles, and a myriad things, for which Berlin known as one of the most attractive cities for visitors. Tourism 2010-08-30T16:11:14+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Fajon: It wouldn’t be fair to punish the citizens http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/fajon_it_wouldnt_be_fair_to_punish_the_citizens/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/fajon_it_wouldnt_be_fair_to_punish_the_citizens/#When:16:02:46Z Interview with EP depute, Tanja Fajon. Politics 2010-08-30T16:02:46+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Anderlecht, Molenbeek, Schaarbeek: spot the crime in Brussels http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/anderlecht_molenbeek_schaarbeek_spot_the_crime_in_brussels/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/anderlecht_molenbeek_schaarbeek_spot_the_crime_in_brussels/#When:15:51:08Z Petty crime and unemployment rates (17.6%) are high in inner city Brussels, which registers a low violent crime rate in Europe. Nevertheless, police arrested 12 Belgian Albanians linked to a crime gang on 15 February*, whilst certain districts remain dangerous. Is this down to the crisis? Crisis 2010-08-30T15:51:08+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Serious diseases of Pediatrics, medicines from the pockets of parents http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/serious_diseases_of_pediatrics_medicines_from_the_pockets_of_parents/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/serious_diseases_of_pediatrics_medicines_from_the_pockets_of_parents/#When:11:58:16Z Some stories end badly. Others, fortunately, have a happy ending. All of course go through a hospital room, with high hopes and sleepless nights, with a common question: "Mom, when we return home?" This is the recurring question, the first and most persistent of all children but in fact it is the aspiration of every adult, who is forced to stay in a bed that is not his. For cases where the diagnosis is a serious disease, should stay for a long period in hospital, in the remote town. Away "a normal house, friends, school and family. Health 2010-06-21T11:58:16+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - When the history live with the massacre http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/when_the_history_live_with_the_massacre/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/when_the_history_live_with_the_massacre/#When:19:44:10Z The Greeks massacred 3.242 civilian, people in whole Cameria from June 1944 to march 1945; 2900 of them were old people or young men, 214 women and 96 children. In addition, 745 women were raped, 76 women abducted, 32 babies younger than 3 years were massacred, 68 villages were destroyed, 5.800 houses and sanctuaries, including mosques were burned down and destroyed and the houses were pillaged. Human Rights 2010-03-31T19:44:10+00:00 Thimi Samarxhiu - Come in Albania to explore a new mediterranean LOVE http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/come_in_albania_to_explore_a_new_mediterranean_love/ http://development.thinkaboutit.eu/think3/post/come_in_albania_to_explore_a_new_mediterranean_love/#When:14:13:05Z In the heart of the Mediterranean, on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, Albania is fast becoming one of the world's most interesting getaways. Still relatively unspoiled by globalization, tourists will notice an inspiring mixture of civilizations and cultures - making this European country truly unique. Nestled in between Greece, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Montenegro, and across the Adriatic from Italy, Albania boasts blue and turquoise seas, beautiful beaches, snow peaked mountains, rivers, lakes, and forests. As well as stunning nature, Albanians themselves are famous for their hospitality, and tourists are welcomed with heart-warming generosity Albanian history and culture is fascinating. Butrint, one of the world's archeological wonders - and a UNESCO World Heritage site - in the south of Albania provides a glimpse of Mediterranean civilization from the Bronze Age through the Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Venetian and Ottoman periods - all atop a cliff overlooking Corfu. It's not to be missed! Home of both Mother Theresa and the great 15th Century hero Skanderbeg, Albania today offers not only beach and mountain holidays, but also a vibrant city life, a relaxing outdoor cafe culture and you will see that it's quickly evolving in a myriad of directions. Tourism 2010-03-28T14:13:05+00:00