Lithuanian crime gangs with ‘ready access to firearms’ are also a growing threat, according to the report, which says that heroin smuggling is dominated by Turkish and Pakistani groups.
God may save all of you'He told Radio 4’s Today programme: ‘It doesn’t take time for somebody to be hurt.‘Often it’s the criminals themselves, but obviously we are concerned there are innocent bystanders obviously in this.’The Daily Mail has also highlighted the cases of three Albanian murderers living freely in Britain.
One, double killer Avni Metra, 54, was extradited to his native country earlier this year after living here for nearly two decades, but two others are still fighting deportation.
If a married Kosovar couple visits another couple in their village, it usually goes as follows: the men sit next to each other and speak loudly; the wives sit together and whisper.
If the daughter of the married couple has a boyfriend, she has most probably to keep it secret from her father.
Lushe responds to the mayor by saying: “it is even worse, when men behave like women.” The teacher does not become sexist in this scene, but rather alludes to Uka’s cowardice – he knows that Lushe did not lie, because his own wife was also raped.
In the film, Uka does not act “burrërisht”; he does anything to hide the truth.
is set in the Kosovar village of Gur, where Lushe, a teacher, does the unthinkable in the context of a Kosovar village society dominated by men: she tells a journalist that three women of Gur and herself have been raped by Serbian armed forces during the Kosovo War.
Nobody in this peripheric place in Kosovo really shows solidarity to Lushe as a rape survivor.
The village shop of the film looks like village shops in reality.