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  1. May 11, 2022 · Background. Albania declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1912, but was conquered by Italy in 1939 and occupied by Germany in 1943. Communist partisans took over the country in 1944. Albania allied itself first with the USSR (until 1960), and then with China (to 1978). In the early 1990s, Albania ended 46 years of isolated ...

  2. The three largest communities (New York, Michigan and Massachusetts) account for 58% of the total Albanian-American population. Albanian-Americans are on average younger than non-Albanian Americans, having an average age of 33.5 in comparison to the American national average of 37.7. Albanian-Americans also have a higher percentage of males ...

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  3. Mar 01, 2018 · Albania is a small, mountainous country in the Balkan peninsula, with a long Adriatic and Ionian coastline. Along with neighbouring and mainly Albanian-inhabited Kosovo, it has a Muslim majority ...

  4. Aug 01, 2004 · Despite the recent changes, Albania's 3.1 million population is still basically homogenous: approximately 98 percent are Albanians and two percent are ethnic or ethno-linguistic non-Albanian groups. The minority population consists of Greeks, who are the main non-Albanian ethnic group, Macedonians, and Serbian-Montenegrins.

  5. The Albanian legal system is a civil law system. The Albanian constitution provides for the separation of legislative, executive, and judicial branches, thereby supporting the independence of the judiciary. The Civil Procedure Code, enacted in 1996, governs civil procedures in Albania.

  6. The Albanian-American population is currently 113,661 or 0.04% of the US population. Oceania Australia Main article: Albanian Australians Melbourne's first mosque, built by the Albanian community The 2016 Australian census counted 4,041 people born in Albania or Kosovo and 15,901 claimed Albanian ancestry, either alone or with another ancestry.

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    Its population density stands at 259 inhabitants per square kilometre. The overall life expectancy at birth is 78.5 years; 75.8 years for males and 81.4 years for females. The country is the 8th most populous country in the Balkans and ranks as the 137th most populous country in the world.