Hoxha


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Hoxha

Enver . 1908--85, Albanian statesman: founded the Albanian Communist Party in 1941 and was its first secretary (1954--85)
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Recorder Mr Stephen Linehan is to be praised for imposing a 12-year prison term that will act as a warning to others that vile, greedy bullies such as Hoxha can expect no mercy when they appear before the courts.
Hoxha (28), of Tyburn Road, Erdington, Birmingham, was found guilty of two charges of trafficking within the UK for sexual exploitation, two of controlling prostitution for gain, trafficking into the UK for sexual exploitation, causing or inciting prostitution for gain and assisting unlawful entry into the UK.
But according to an Associated Press report, Hoxha was much calmer in his final years: 'Albania was governed by a communist regime headed by Enver Hoxha who died in 1985 - after World War II until 1990'.
Hoxha died in 1985 after 40 years of iron rule, but his malign influence lived on.
Patriotism is your strength and obliges you to do the right thing", wrote Hoxha.
According to the BBC, Mr Hoxha had been in the North East for about a month and had been initially diagnosed with a brain tumour at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead.
Second Honors: Engels Ciprian, Sebastien Deveau, Niobe Felix, Attilio Hoxha, Jeremy Leblanc, Jimary Navarro Ortiz, Maria Rodriguez, Veronica Santiago, Eduardo Santos and Konstantinos Tekelis.
Miruse Hoxha from PDSH comments for Dnevnik that the rule of contraries in politics implies that a war conflict is not created to gain power, but to achieve the goal for which the war began in the first place.
Her fear is that the allegation made against them by a man they knew as Agron Hoxha could ruin their chances of taking this life even further.
Sentencing Albert Hoxha at Birmingham Crown Court, Recorder Mr Stephen Linehan QC described him as a man of "cruelty, violence and greed".
Albert Hoxha (27), of Tyburn Road, Erdington, and Sahit Rexhaj (23), of no fixed address, both originally from Albania, have denied charges of trafficking for sexual exploitation and controlling prostitution for gain.
The death was initially reported a suicide, the tragic consequence of a "nervous crisis," but one year later Hoxha accused Shehu of having been a "polyagent" working for a number of foreign secret services.