The people of Albania are called Albanians. About 98 percent of the population trace their descent to Albania. There are two ethnic groups—the Ghegs, who live in the northern half of the country, and the Tosks, who live in the south. The remaining 2 percent of the population is made up primarily of Greeks and Macedonians. For information on the Greeks, consult the chapter on Greece in Volume 4. Information on the Macedonians can be found in the chapter on Macedonia in Volume 5.