The US says the Iranian ministry is behind the attack, which Tirana says mostly failed and caused no lasting damage.
Iraq's political deadlock continues as cleric Muqtada al Sadr's key demand to dissolve parliament is rejected by the country's Federal Supreme Court.
Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama orders Iranian diplomats and embassy staff to leave within 24 hours following an investigation into a cyberattack in July.
Muqtada al Sadr will always have a place and a role to play in the dysfunctional Iraqi status-quo, which helps Iran weild its influence in Iraq.
Iran equips dozens of its cities and towns with civil defence systems to thwart any possible foreign attack, officials say, amid an escalation of tensions with Israel and US.
Tehran's response, aimed at reviving Tehran's 2015 accord with world powers, was sent to EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, state media report.
More than two million acres of agricultural land have been flooded and government is close to a deal to import vegetables and other edible goods from Iran and Afghanistan, officials say.
Israel opposes a return to the 2015 nuclear deal which imposed curbs on Iran's nuclear weapons programme in exchange for the lifting of US, European Union and United Nations sanctions on Tehran.
Sadr has been an indispensable political player since the US invasion of Iraq. Experts say he was in a dilemma about whether to be a cleric or a politician.
Shia leader Muqtada al Sadr's sudden resignation has plunged the Middle Eastern country into violence and chaos with no clear path out.
The nuclear deal would see sanctions lifted against Iran in exchange for restricting its rapidly advancing nuclear program.
Syrian regime using Russian-made anti-aircraft weapons shot down two missiles and seven guided bombs during Israeli strikes on Masyaf research unit, Russian state-run media report.
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