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The Kosovo Energy Corporation is pumping millions of tons of ash produced by its coal plants each year into a former mining pit, creating a potentially disastrous chemical pond.
For more than three decades, Fahri Musliu was among the only Kosovar voices reporting from Belgrade. After returning to Prizren, he faced another task: fueling a new political alternative.
After years of mismanagement, Kosovo’s largest landfill poses an environmental disaster and may cause irreversible water contamination, researchers warn.
Meet FEMaktiv, a group of young feminists who are challenging traditional gender roles and highlighting struggles that women face everyday in Prizren.