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Albanians are not recognized as a minority in Turkey.
It divides the world into seventy-two languages and three religious categories: Orthodox, half-believers (i.e. The Albanians find their place among the nations of half-believers.
In Western countries, a large and influential Albanian population exists in the United States formed from continuous emigration dating back to the 19th century.
Other Albanians populations due to emigration between the 19th and 21th centuries are located in Australia, Argentina, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Austria, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Greece and Romania. The most common native ethnonym is "Shqiptar", plural "Shqiptarë"; the name "Albanians" (Byzantine Greek: Albanoi/Arbanitai/Arbanites; Latin: Albanenses/Arbanenses) was used in medieval documents, that gradually entered European languages from which other similar derivative names emerged.
The term for a people located in the area of Albania is first encountered in the works of Byzantine historian Michael Attaliates.
He referred to them as "Albanoi" having taken part in a revolt against the Byzantine Empire in 1043 and to the "Arbanitai" as subjects of the Duke of Dyrrachium (modern Durrës).