Kadilli comes up with 8 proposals for PD: Basha must leave, Berisha must not return
Morning Mail / 2 lines: What mattered to the world yesterday
Morning Post / In 2 lines: What mattered yesterday in Albania
Liverpool 'break' United at 'Old Trafford', Salah overshadows Ronaldo
Tomorrow the electricity is disconnected, OSHEE announces the areas of Tirana that will be affected
Elections in Germany / Polls show close race, left over
Germans are voting today for the new chancellor who will succeed Angela Merkel and run the world's fourth largest economy.
Poll forecasts suggest the race was tight, but the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) are ahead of Merkel's center-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
According to CNN , this means that it may be some time before a winning coalition is formed and the final winner is announced.
Those lined up as candidates to replace Merkel are Armin Laschet, a longtime ally of Merkel and leader of the CDU since January; Olaf Scholz, leader of the left-leaning SPD; and Annalena Baerbock of the Greens.
Environmental concerns and economic concerns have emerged as key issues in the campaign, fueled by deadly floods that devastated parts of Germany this summer.